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  1. ... Unlike other forms of inflicted head trauma, abusive head trauma results ... age of victims is between 3 and 8 months, although these injuries can be ...
  2. Brain and Spinal Tumors: Hope through Research From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)  
    ... Radiation therapy in young children, particularly those children age three or younger, can cause problems with learning, processing information, thinking, ...
  3. Acute cerebellar ataxia in children, especially younger than age 3, may occur several weeks after an illness caused by a virus. Viral infections that may cause this include chickenpox , Coxsackie disease, Epstein- ...
  4. ... San Francisco, analyzed the medical records of 1.3 million people younger than 50 who were treated for head and neck injuries in emergency trauma departments. They found that 145 ( ...
  5. Choking: What to Do for an Infant (American College of Emergency Physicians)  
    ... thirds of children who choke to death are three years of age or younger. Most of these deaths can be avoided. The ...
  6. Child Health USA 2011 (Health Resources and Services Administration) - PDF  
    ... 3 percent of births, respectively, were to females younger than 20 years of age, compared to 7.3 percent of births to non-Hispanic White females. ... and infections. In 2009, an estimated 166 children younger than 13 years of age were ... of diagnosed cases, but represented only 15 ...
  7. Frequently Asked Questions about Health Reform (Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation)  
    ... adults (e.g., in their sixties) up to three times the premium they would charge younger adults (e.g., in their early twenties). This limit on age rating applies to all non-group and small- ...
  8. Healthy Heart Handbook for Women From the National Institutes of Health (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute) - PDF  
    ... and other medical disorders. When: At least every 3 years, beginning at age 45. If you have risk factors for diabetes, you should be tested at a younger age and more often. Body Mass Index (BMI) ...
  9. Lifetime of Good Health: Your Guide to Staying Healthy (Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health) - PDF  
    ... older, every 3 years. Every 3 years Every 3 years Discuss with your doctor or nurse. Pelvic exam Yearly beginning at age 21. Younger than 21 and sexually active, discuss with your ...
  10. ... of cancer diagnoses in Hispanics are in those younger than 50 years of age, compared to only 12% in nonHispanic whites. Overall, about 1 in 2 Hispanic men and 1 in 3 Hispanic women will be diagnosed with cancer in ...
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