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Children feared among dead in upstate NY fire

Authorities say children are feared to be among the victims of a house fire that killed several people in a village in upstate New York. Full story

No link seen between cell phone towers, cancer

Children who live close to a mobile phone tower don't appear to be at any higher risk of cancer than those who don't live in the neighborhood, a new study says. Full story

No link between cell towers, kids' cancer risk

Children whose mothers lived close to a mobile phone tower while pregnant did not appear to be at any higher risk of cancer than children whose mothers lived farther away, a new study finds. Full story

Mead Johnson extends supply agreement with Martek

Children's formula maker Mead Johnson Nutrition Co. said Monday it extended an agreement with Martek Biosciences to be a global supplier of ingredients in its children's formula. Full story

SC technical schools, ETV, surviving budget vetoes

Children's immunizations, technical colleges, and forest firefighters were among items spared the budget ax Wednesday as South Carolina legislators considered 107 vetoes. Full story

Mead Johnson discontinues chocolate drink for tots

Children's formula maker Mead Johnson Nutrition Co. said Wednesday it will discontinue its Enfagrow Premium chocolate toddler drink due to what it called "misunderstanding and mischaracterization" over the product's intended use. Full story

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Guns kill as many kids in rural areas as cities

Shadows may distract autistic children

Depressed kids earn less when they grow up

Kids want friends who talk like them

Sharp drop seen in children’s bullying

Snacks mean kids engage in ‘constant eating’

Preterm babies show higher autism risk

Ambidextrous kids more prone to mental issues

Longer nursing may aid kids’ mental health

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