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    ABSTRACT: Eating habits may be formed at a young age and once entrenched, tend to track across childhood and beyond (Tsuji et al, 2012). Although parents have a significant role in the development of their child's dietary intake (Clarke et al, 2007), Harris (2010) argues that the diets and feeding habits of young children are now no longer the sole responsibility of parents but other childcare professionals, including nannies and nursery staff. The aim of this article is to provide parents and professionals with guidance to help encourage parents, and other members of the multidisciplinary team, to provide children with a healthy diet.
    Community practitioner: the journal of the Community Practitioners' & Health Visitors' Association 08/2012; 85(8):33-6.
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    ABSTRACT: Ensuring patients are adequately hydrated is an essential part of nursing care, yet a recent report from the Care Quality Commission found "appalling" levels of care in some NHS hospitals, with health professionals failing to manage dehydration. This article discusses the importance of hydration, and the health implications of dehydration and overhydration. It also provides an overview of fluid balance, including how and why it should be measured, and discusses the importance of accurate fluid balance measurements.
    Nursing times 107(28):12-6.

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