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Mornings are a busy time for families trying to get out the door to school, but don't forget to make time for a healthy breakfast. In tonight's Health Watch, Susan Hendricks tells us how to prepare quick, nutritious meals for your child to give him a leg up on the day.
Concerned parents have worried for years over their sleepy teens and with some justification, with many stumbling out of bed most schooldays at the crack of dawn, then staying up late due to homework, jobs or school activities. Now there are suggestions that lack of sleep could have much deeper health implications.
In this digital age, we need to keep track of a lot of numbers: log-ins, ATM pins, social security ID, but there are some important figures a lot of us don't know: our cholesterol numbers. As Paul Chambers reports in tonight's Health Watch, knowing these numbers is one of the best ways to keep your heart healthy.
Children, and particularly infants, are often at the receiving end of adult frustration and impatience and when the environment in which they live is pushed to the limit, incidences of child abuse often rise. In tonight's Health Watch, Dr. Timothy Johnson takes a look at a new study that links years of recession to child abuse.