The Washington Post reports.

In previous research, found blunder that most injuries to young children are not the result of physical abuse, but are rather unintentional injuries including suffocation, burned, ingestion of harmful substances. Resulting from inadequate supervision It encourages awareness of health care, social workers and others families families to identify children at interventions interventions to help parents reduce injuries. What we know is that child injuries can be prevented is, Schnitzer said. The importance of intervention is huge, recognizing at-risk families – can help providers take you consider Public suitable measures healthcare, social workers and other professionals who can advise parents to services and, – those with low income and education, and young or single parents.

The study in in Injury Prevention, was from Theresa Covington, director of the National Center for Child Death Review at the Michigan Public Health Institute, and Robin Kruse, research associate professor in the MU Department of Family and Community Medicine coauthor.Despite the scale of decline in the bone turnover correlate with estrogen dose maintain even lower than standard-dose preparations a positive impact to the bones indices of in most of the female. Based on updated knowledge of effectiveness of, long-term effects and security, HT is an appropriate first-line therapy in postmenopausal women with an increased risk of fractures, especially those beneath the age 60 and for the preventing bone loss in women with early menopause. The protective effects of HT on the bone mineral density of leans after cessation of treatment for of an unforeseeable rates, While degree breakage protection remain after the end of HT.. Postmenopausal OsteoporosisHT has be effective in preventing of bone loss associated with menopause and significantly reduces the incidence all osteoporosis-related fractures, including vertebral and hip, also in patients with low risk.