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Netherlands 'hosts most child sex abuse images'
Almost half of the child sexual abuse images reported to the Internet Watch Foundation last year were hosted in the Netherlands, the organization said.
Child multivitamins ‘misleading’ parents by providing less than recommended vitamin D, experts warn
Children’s multivitamins on sale in Tesco, Boots and other major stores are ‘misleading’ parents, experts have warned, after research found the vast majority fail to provide enough vitamin D
A child's heart health begins with their parents
Children who are active have a much smaller chance of having cardiac problems as those that eat a high fat diet and are not active.
New project to tackle child poverty in Scotland as 230,000 struggle to feed families
By Sandra Dick*
Child soldiers from Sudan's Darfur fight in frontline of Saudi war on Yemen: Report
Child soldiers from Sudan's Darfur have reportedly been fighting on behalf of Saudi Arabia and its allies in the frontline of the deadly war on Yemen, with money being their only motive.
Everyone should be outraged by child poverty in Britain, US
By Mary O'Hara*
Immigrant child's death reignites criticism of Trump policy
The death of an immigrant child, who died in custody in the United States, has reignited criticism of US President Donald Trump's anti-immigration polices.
UK’s child prisons are beyond reform – it's time to stop jailing young people
By Carolyne Willow*
Nine signs your child could have mental health disorder
Thousands of kids as young as two are now said to be living with mental disorders, the National Health Service (NHS) warns.
Mother’s weight determines child’s BMI: Study
Parents have a major impact on their children's health and lifestyle. Behaviors that lead to obesity are easily transferred from parent to child, say reports.
Why it costs £73,000 to educate a child
The amount spent on schools in the UK is a source of frequent controversy. So, where does all the money for educating the country's children go?
UN child rights panel urges Saudi Arabia to halt strikes against civilian targets
The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child has strongly urged Saudi Arabia to stop its ceaseless deadly airstrikes against civilian targets in impoverished Yemen.
Child mental health referrals up 26 percent in five years
The number of referrals to child and adolescent mental health services in England has increased by 26 percent over the past five years, Education Policy Institute (EPI) research suggested.
Pope expels Chilean priest over child sex abuse
Pope Francis on expelled a Chilean priest under investigation in a case involving the sexual abuse of children, according to a report by local media, amid a growing global abuse scandal that has shaken the Roman Catholic Church.
Child passive smoking 'increases chronic lung risk'
Nonsmoking adults have a higher risk of dying from serious lung disease if they grew up with parents who smoked, according to US research.
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