Unusual cancers of childhood are cancers rarely seen in children.
Cancer in children and teenagers is rare. Since 1975, the number of new cases of childhood cancer has slowly increased. Since 1975, the number of deaths from childhood cancer has decreased by more than half.
Unusual cancers are so rare that most children's hospitals might see less than a handful of some types in several years. Because the unusual cancers are so rare, there is not a lot of information about what treatment works best...
"You may not realize it, but you're serving as a role model when you
grocery shop with kids, especially when you stop to chat with them about
healthy foods," says Jennifer Shu, MD, author of Food Fights: Winning
the Nutritional Challenges of Parenthood Armed with Insight, Humor, and a
Bottle of Ketchup.
And getting young ones started on the road to healthy eating is just one of
several benefits. Take your children grocery shopping and you:
Teach them what you expect from them in public.
Get little ones moving, boosting their motor skills. Tots can help push the
cart, select non-breakable items, and unload groceries in the checkout