The UK government’s newly-released statistics for its signature anti-terror scheme, known as Prevent, shows how the policy continues to increasingly target and focus security on children, according to an advocacy group.
In a review of registry data for more than 5,300 liver transplants performed in children nationwide, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers identify the type of patient who is most likely to survive a split liver transplant – receiving only part of a donor's liver – with no additional long-term health risks, which could allow for an increase in the availability of organs.
A new study published in the Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease finds that mothers' stress levels at the moment they conceive their children are linked to the way children respond to life challenges at age 11. SFU health sciences professor Pablo Nepomnaschy led an interdisciplinary research team on this first cohort study.
Sleep hygiene, which includes practices like providing a cool and quiet sleeping environment or reading before bed time to help kids unwind, is increasingly popular among parents looking to ensure their children get a good night's rest. But are these practices all they're cracked up to be? University of British Columbia sleep expert and nursing professor Wendy Hall recently led a review of the latest studies to find out.
A record number of children in the UK are being excluded for racist bullying, a Guardian analysis found, prompting calls for an urgent government intervention to tackle bigotry and prejudice in schools across Britain.