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New Contraceptive With Less Side Effects
by CG News Desk - November 21, 2002

A new oral contraceptive, recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and available by prescription, can actually improve moderate acne and help maintain clearer skin. The ORTHO TRI-CYLCLEN LO tablets are an important new birth control option because they offer a dose of hormones that contain smaller amounts of estrogen; and a progestin derivative, called norgestimate, which has been associated with low rates of such side effects as weight gain, acne and facial hair growth.

Building strong bones
by CG News Desk - November 21, 2002

The Body Composition Unit at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center's Obesity Research Center is currently seeking children ages 6-16 to participate in its Bone Mineral Density in Childhood Study.

Alarming bicycle thieves
by CG News Desk - November 21, 2002

According to recent statistics, there are over 1.5 million bicycle thefts in the U.S. each year. As high as it is, the number isn't really surprising, given the fact that a bicycle is a pretty easy thing to steal.

Recalls: Baby walkers, Brio pull toys
by CG News Desk - November 21, 2002

Personalized kids' music
by CG News Desk - October 21, 2002

Ingrid Harding is a teacher and a mom who finally got fed up with the limited selection of children's music available at local stores and major online retailers. But after networking with a number of artists' organizations, Harding, a K-12 teacher, put together a host of children's recording artists to serve as the backbone of her own online personalized children's music website, PlayhouseRadio.com.

The finger, the door, and the shield
by CG News Desk - October 21, 2002

A child's scream from another room raises the hair on the neck of any parent. To protect young fingers and hands from one of the most common of all childhood household accidents β€” getting caught in the hinge side of the door β€” parents (and grandparents) can now hook up The Shield Finger Guard.

Recalls: Radio Flyer cars, mountain bikes
by CG News Desk - August 21, 2002

Breastfeeding Awareness
by CG News Desk - August 21, 2002

Help at a difficult time
by CG News Desk - August 21, 2002

News from the American Academy of Pediatrics:
by CG News Desk - September 21, 2002

Tics are more common in children than previously thought.

The state of schools in Queens
by CG News Desk - September 21, 2002

Hemphill says that most of the borough's schools limit enrollment to those children living within their zone, and that school choice tends to be "very limited" β€” although a few schools do permit the enrollment of children from anywhere in their district, and sometimes from anywhere within the borough itself.

News from the American Academy of Pediatrics:Babies feel pain
by CG News Desk - September 21, 2002

It’s not the size that counts, but the pressure.

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