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Physical activity in Canadian early childhood education and care

Regular physical activity and movement enhances fitness, fosters growth and development, and helps teach children about their bodies and world, with enormous benefits for children's bodies and minds.

What do mealtimes and food mean in early childhood programs?

Food preparation facilities should be available on the premises and nutritional and culturally appropriate food should be provided.

- Quality target 33. Quality targets in services for young children, European Commission Childcare Network, 1996 (the full list of 40 targets have been re-published with permission as a CRRU BRIEFing NOTE).

Child care and health in America

Author: 
National Public Radio; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation & Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Publication Date: 
1 Oct 2016
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19 Oct 2016

Erin Chalmers: A 13-month-old with a skull fracture and no one can explain why?

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Chalmers, Erin
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28 Jun 2016
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6 Jul 2016

Early-life exposure to income inequality and adolescent health and well-being

Author: 
Elgar, Frank J. & Currie, Candace
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1 Mar 2016
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6 Jul 2016

Families shouldn’t have to choose between child care and enough food to eat

Author: 
Kennedy, Thomas
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22 Jun 2016
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29 Jun 2016

Day care infections may mean fewer sick days later

Author: 
Klass, Perri
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31 May 2016
Entered Date: 
1 Jun 2016

Social determinants of health: Canadian perspectives

Author: 
Raphael, Dennis (Editor)
Publication Date: 
1 May 2016
Entered Date: 
3 May 2016

First-year daycare and incidence of acute gastroenteritis

Author: 
Hullegie, Saskia; Bruijning-Verhagen, Patricia; Uiterwaal, Cuno S.P.M.; van der Ent, Cornelis K; Smit, Henriette A. & de Hoog, Marieke L.A.
Publication Date: 
21 Apr 2016
Entered Date: 
3 May 2016
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