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Health headlines: Art helps, crutches can hurt and your child’s frown may be more serious than ‘baby blues’

A small study showed that kids with asthma who did art therapy felt less anxious about their condition that kids with asthma who didn’t engage in a creative, therapeutic outlet.

Children and teenagers living in the most-rural parts of the U.S. are equally as likely to die by gun violence as those in big cities, a new study shows. The rates on the type of death tend differ with each area (i.e. accident, suicide or homicide) but the overall numbers of children who loose their lives to guns are almost exactly the same regardless of an urban or rural surrounding.

The number of young people hurt by their walking aides— crutches, wheelchairs or walkers— is on the rise.

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