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British parents unite to fight the ‘farming out’ of children to distant care homes
A group of British parents are planning legal action to ensure their children are housed in residential care homes close to where they live.
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.
US parents worried about risks, still think opioids are best for kids' pain relief
Headlines filled with frightening news of opioid abuse, overdoses and reports that 90 percent of addictions start in the teen years could make any parent worry. Yet parents remain conflicted about opioids: While more than half express concern their child may be at risk for opioid addiction, nearly two-thirds believe opioids are more effective at managing their child's pain after surgery or a broken bone than non-prescription medication or other alternatives, according to a nationwide survey commissioned by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA).
At least half of parents try non-evidence-based cold prevention methods for kids
Vitamin C to keep the germs away. Never go outside with wet hair. Stay inside.
Parents often don't know when teens have suicidal thoughts
Three in four parents are unaware when their teens have recurrent thoughts about suicide, and a big part of the problem may be that adolescents often deny feeling this way, a US study suggested.
Kidnapped American teen found alive months after parents' murder
A 21-year-old man has been charged with murdering the parents of an American teen as part of a calculated plot to kidnap her, police said on Friday, after 13-year-old Jayme Closs was found alive following three months in captivity.
Australian parents raising children vegan despite diet being bad for kids’ bones
Vegan parents opting to raise their children on the same restrictive diet are facing backlash for ignoring mainstream medical advice.
KidsAbility Christmas party fun for kids and break for parents
Crafts and cookies, songs and Santa – what more could a child ask for in the weeks leading up to Christmas?
Ofsted: British parents 'must not abdicate duties' to teachers
British parents should not expect schools to police children's eating and exercise, or toilet train pupils, the boss of the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted), Amanda Spielman, will say this week.
Half of parents say their preschooler fears doctor's visits
A trip to the pediatrician's office can be a nerve-wracking experience for both children and their parents, especially when efforts to calm young patients down dominate the visit.
Parents in High Court battle with Surrey Council over special needs funding cuts
A legal battle between parents and Surrey County Council over its plans to cut its special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) budget by more than £20 million has opened at the High Court in London.
JUUL’s e-cigarettes dominate market; parents expressing concern
In just three years, electronic cigarette maker JUUL has come to dominate the American market with its vaping devices that look like thumb drives, a business success that has brought a public health dilemma for authorities in the US, and elsewhere.
Searching for deported parents in Guatemala, while children wait in US
A rumpled New York lawyer in khakis and a pin-stripe shirt is standing incongruously in the shaded plaza central of Chimaltenango, Guatemala.
Parents have fretted through the ages about kids' fascination with technology
When Stephen Dennis was raising his two sons in the 1980s, he never heard the phrase ‘screen time’, nor did he worry much about the hours his kids spent with technology.
Depression in children under-recognized by parents, teachers
Parents and teachers may find it difficult to detect depression in young children that can affect their social skills and academics, a new study showed.

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