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In Lesbos’s Moria Camp, I see what happens when a child loses all hope
By Dr. Jules Montague*
UNICEF hails Iran's efforts to lower child mortality rate
The United Nations’ Children's Fund (UNICEF) praised Iran’s achievements in reducing child mortality rate.
UK Child obesity drive 'stalled by Brexit'
The drive to tackle child obesity in UK has stalled with a raft of measures stuck in Brexit backlog, it is being claimed.
Study finds personal care products send a child to the emergency room every two hours
In homes across the country, there are dangerous products hidden in plain sight on bathroom counters and bedroom dressers.
No end in sight to fatal child abuse in Japan
Tragic cases of child abuse continue despite revamped efforts by parties concerned to stop such acts.
Child loses leg in landmine blast in northwestern Iran
An Iranian child living in rural areas of the northwestern city of Sardasht lost his leg after stepping on a landmine planted by the Iraqi regime during the imposed war on Iran, said Sardasht’s Governor Naser Yousefi.
Signs, treatment, prevention tips for dehydrated child
As the weather warms up, it’s important for parents to ensure that children get plenty of fluids and water to stay healthy, active and well-hydrated.
Mums-to-be 'should avoid eating crisps to protect their unborn child'
Eating too many crisps during pregnancy could have a negative effect on the development of the baby, a study suggests.
Fifth Guatemalan child dies in US immigration custody
A 16-year-old boy died on Monday at a Border Patrol station in Texas, becoming the fifth child from Guatemala to die since December after being apprehended by US border patrol agents.
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*
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