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Britons, their unborn children at risk due to government inaction over toxic chemicals in everyday use, MPs warn
Ministers are ignoring a ‘cocktail of toxic chemicals’ in furniture, food packaging and children’s prams which could harm the health of Britons, even before they’re born, MPs have warned.
150 films from 44 countries to vie at Iran’s children’s festival
A total of 158 titles, including feature and short films, short animations, web series and special shows, from 44 countries will compete at the 32nd International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Isfahan, according to the festival’s director Alireza Tabesh.
UN: Conditions improve for world's poorest but children bear greatest burden
The United Nation’s key global poverty index has identified that conditions for the world’s poorest 40 percent are improving more quickly than for those just above them.
Vaccination rate for Australian children hits record high
Data released by the Australian government for the first quarter this year revealed that 94.78 percent of all Australian five-year-olds have been immunized, up from 94.67 percent in the last quarter of 2018.
UK children’s lives could be cut short by air pollution
Air pollution could shorten a child’s life by up to seven months, a study on one of the largest UK cities has suggested.
Texas migrant children moved from 'horrific cells' after outcry
Some 250 migrant children were moved from an overcrowded border station in Texas, the US, where they had been held for weeks.
Majority of UK parents don’t know how much exercise children need
More than two thirds of parents don’t know how much exercise their child needs to do to stay healthy, new research has revealed.
Migrant children describe neglect at Texas border facility
A two-year-old boy locked in detention wants to be held all the time. A few girls, ages 10 to 15, say they’ve been doing their best to feed and soothe the clingy toddler who was handed to them by a guard days ago. Lawyers warn that kids are taking care of kids, and there’s inadequate food, water and sanitation for the 250 infants, children and teens at the Border Patrol station.
Yemeni children paying price of Saudi war
The Saudi-led war on Yemen is having a devastating toll on the country’s children. A UNICEF report says a mother and six children die every two hours during pregnancy or childbirth. Yemen’s basic public services are currently on the brink of collapse.
Iraq hands over 188 Turkish children of Daesh Takfiri terrorists
Iraq has handed over nearly 200 Turkish children, whose parents are being held over membership in the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group and other militant outfits, to Turkey to fly home.
Too many children in UK mental health hospitals, says report
Too many children in England are being admitted to mental health hospitals unnecessarily, according to a report.
Parliament gives citizenship right to children born to Iranian mothers
Iran’s Parliament overwhelmingly passed a bill on Sunday to grant citizenship right to children born to an Iranian mother and foreign father.
Social media boycott 'may be only way to protect children'
A public boycott of social media may be the only way to force companies to protect children from abuse, the UK’s leading child protection police officer said.
Children may be their parent’s best climate change teachers, find scientists
Teenagers in the US coastal state of North Carolina who were schooled in the basics of man-made climate change saw their parents grow more concerned about the issue, scientists say in the first study of its kind.
Study: Obesity, depression closely linked in British children
Obese seven-year-olds are at greater risk of suffering emotional problems, such as anxiety and low mood, when they reach 11, a large UK study suggests.

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