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Published on February 24, 2014

Author: professorjcc

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Ages 6 - 11

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• Highest rate of child mortality • Wars • Disease • Famine • 1 in 8 die before 5th birthday 5

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• Death • SIDS: • Infants • Accidents: • 2,000 toddlers, under age of 2 die per yr • Accidents related to culture? • Accidents related to SES? 7

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• Leading cause of death •2-5yrs.: • Motor vehicle • Why? 9

• Why? • 70% improper car restraints • Running into the street • Climbing to unsafe heights • Exploring toxic substances •Walking to school • Riding bicycles 10

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• 2007 65,000 emergency room visits • Serious injuries, lack of proper sports equipment • Are helmets cool? • http://www.kvue.com/news/Neurosurgeons-areseeing-more-severe-skateboarding-injuries121750639.html • "Almost 50 percent of skateboarding injuries have at least some component of head injuries to them," said Dr. Michael Webb, the Executive Director of the NeuroTexas Institute 12

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• Leading cause of death among 17 & younger • 2nd most common 1- 4 yr. olds • 2007, 844 toddlers died • Near drowning • Mild to severe brain injury • Many end up vegetated state 14

• Adolescents • Drowning in lakes and oceans • Midjudge levels of risk 15

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• Homicide • 2nd leading cause of death, 1 yr. olds. • 10% 17

• “A child abuse case turns into a murder investigation after an infant dies of her injuries. Jeffrey Locker is now charged with murder. Detectives say 1-year-old Brooklyn Saechao died Thursday. Brooklyn was living with her mother, Jamie Saechao & her boyfriend, Jeffrey Locker, 22. Officials say it was Locker who called 911 & reported Brooklyn had fallen & hit her head. She was found with severe head injuries and was unconscious when she was rushed to Legacy Emanuel.” 18

• Teens • 2nd leading cause of death • 85% due to firearms • African Americans • Leading cause of death • Suicide • More common that homicide • Risk factor depression 19

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• Prevention strategies best • Safety equipment • Minimize risky behaviors • Seat belts and car seats • Proper adult supervision •Teach children how to cross the street

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• 75% common cold • May cause ear infections • More frequent in infants & toddlers • Lower SES • More likely, health problems • Birth • More asthma, diabetes • Hospitalized more • Miss more school • Suffer consequences of less education 23

• Asthma • Most common chronic disease in childhood • 10 million children in US under 18 • Rising recent decades • Higher rate in wealthier countries • Higher death rate in developing countries • Born in US Mexican children higher rate than those born in Mexico 24

• Asthma • African Americans • Highest prevalence in US • More severe • Less out patient treatment • More trips to ER and hospitalizations • Appears more common in athletes who train outdoors • Genetic & environmental variables • Tobacco, air pollution, respiratory infections, stress, etc. 25

• Asthma • Affect cognitive development • Medication side effects • Sleep disrupted • Concentration • Strict diet, medical regime • Frustration & anxiety 26

• Asthma • Affect psychosocial development? • Missed school days • Lost social opportunities • Unable to participate in team sports • Embarrassed to use inhalers or take medication • Stress • Direct link between degree of stress and psychiatric conditions • Depression 27

• Diabetes • Risen • 2 main types • Type 1 (Juvenile diabetes) • Type 2 (Adult) • 95% of all cases • Preventable • Increasingly earlier ages • Overweight • Lack of physical activity 28

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• • • • Pair up with a classmate You are parents of a 5 yr. old Discuss putting TV in your child's bedroom Discuss putting a computer in your child’s bedroom • When child, teen? • Why or why not? • Write down main points of the discussion. 30

• 2/3 of children under 2 watch TV daily • Under 2 should not watch TV • Why? • TV in bedrooms? • Computer in bedrooms? •Sleep affected? • Light from screen may affect melatonin 31

• All types of media overexposure • Weight gain • Drug use • Smoking • Eating disorders • Less connection with parents? 32

• Problems with kids being on the Internet unsupervised? • Problems with being on too long? 33

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• How do you encourage a healthy lifestyle? 35

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