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Adults see medical marijuana differently when it comes to kids. Latest NPCH Report recap: http://ow.ly/Mi55K. #medicalmarijuana
Adults across the country share their views on medical marijuana use by adults and by children. 80 percent say adults should not use it around kids.
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We're celebrating 100 NPCH Reports! 8 years. 100 reports. Only the beginning. http://mottnpch.org/100/
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Do parents “oversharent” on social media? We asked. That's the subject of our next NPCH report, publishing next week: http://ow.ly/KgjV8
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Too tired to learn? Experts recommend later school start times for teens. What do parents think? Upcoming NPCH report http://ow.ly/J3JLx
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This week, we'll be publishing updated data on 1 of our most popular NPCH topics: the cost of school sports. Preview: http://ow.ly/HAxqZ
Is the cost of school sports still keeping some kids on the bench? We asked.
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Many parents still missing the message on rear-facing car seat safety.
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Our latest NPCH Report is out! Nearly two-thirds of adults agree that their state should allow medical #marijuana for adults, but only about one-third say #medicalmarijuana  should be allowed for kids. 
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“#Sharenting” trends: Do parents share too much about their kids on social media? http://ow.ly/KnIHk
Can parents be guilty of "over-sharenting" Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE */ – sharing too much about their kids online?
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#Measles outbreak raises questions about vaccine waivers in schools & daycares. http://ow.ly/Jl0JP #vaccines
Most parents of children age 0-5 agree that all children in daycare centers should be vaccinated.
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The Great Vaccination Conversation: Fears persist in light of more disease outbreaks. What sources of information do parents trust about #vaccines

http://mottnpch.org/blog/2015-01-28/great-vaccination-conversation-fears-persist-light-more-disease-outbreaks
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Screens over sleep? How screen time impacts sleep time for kids: http://mottnpch.org/blog/2015-01-08/screens-over-sleep-how-screen-time-impacts-sleep-time-kids
As children’s access to entertainment media devices grows, concerns about the impact of screen time on their health grows too. Experts worry that too much screen time may lead to obesity, ADHD, and other problems for young children.
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Almost three-quarters of parents turn #carseats to face forward too early. New study published today with NPCH data http://ow.ly/GXw58
Using a rear-facing car seat until a child is age two reduces  risk of serious injury, but close to one-quarter of parents report they turned the seat around before their child was even one year old, according to a new University of Michigan study.
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University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health
Introduction
The C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health measures current national public opinion, perceptions and priorities regarding major health care issues and trends for U.S. children and people in their communities. Located within the Child Health Evaluation and Research (CHEAR) Unit of the University of Michigan Health System Division of General Pediatrics, the National Poll on Children’s Health is a non-partisan, dependable source of the timeliest information about public perceptions of children’s health and health policy.