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Parents' mental health issues may spoil children's friendships
Parenting styles and a parent’s mental health problems, particularly depression, play a role in a child’s ability to keep friends in elementary school, suggested a recent study in Finland.
Study finds growing wealth gap between US seniors and families with children
The wealth gap between households of US seniors and those with children has ballooned since 1989, a new study found.
Separating children from parents at the border is torture
In two speeches last week in the border states of Arizona and California, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that as a matter of enforcement, if an unauthorized migrant brings a child across the US-Mexico border without documentation, “we will prosecute you, and that child will be separated from you as required by law. If you don’t like that, then don’t smuggle children over our border.”
Pregnant women drinking three cups of tea raise risk of overweight children
Drinking three cups of tea a day during pregnancy increases the risk of having overweight children, according to a study of more than 50,000 mothers.
Deaf children losing out as English councils cut support
More than a third of councils in England are cutting educational support totaling £4 million for deaf children, according to figures obtained by the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS).
UNICEF: 400,000 children on 'verge' of death in DRC
The UN's children's agency calls for $88 million of aid to address the ongoing crisis in Congo's Kasai region.
‘Shocking sham' sees junk food ads targeted at children on Facebook
Advertising has no impact on obesity, UK industry chiefs have claimed, as they were accused of presiding over a ‘shocking sham’ which fails to protect children from ads on Facebook.
UK MPs seek to guarantee grandparents' rights to see children
The right of a grandparent to see their grandchildren after a divorce should be enshrined within law, MPs have said.
42% of southwest Alaska's children live in poverty
Forty-two percent of children in Southwestern Alaska live below the federal poverty line. That’s according to a new study by the Alaska Children’s Trust, a non-profit organization focused on preventing child abuse and neglect.
Let children run around in class
Children should be encouraged to run around classrooms in lessons to get them fit, the National Association of Headteachers annual conference in Liverpool will be told.
Children dealing Xanax in schools, investigation claims
Anxiety drug Xanax is being used by children as young as 11 with charities claiming some youngsters are dealing it on school premises, an investigation alleged.
Over 60% of Syrian children attend school in Turkey
More than 60 percent of Syrian children in Turkey are attending school, an education ministry official said.
Autism prevalence rises to 1 in 59 children
The prevalence of autism has been raised to 1 in 59 children by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in tracking of 11 communities across the country.

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