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Could ‘young’ blood stop us getting old?
In the early 2000s a group of scientists at Stanford University, California, revived a grisly procedure used in the 1950s known as parabiosis.
One in four young people with mental health referral 'rejected'
One in four children and young people referred to mental health services in England last year were not accepted for treatment, according to data, raising concerns that many are still failing to get vital support at an early stage.
Girls and young women call for UK to reduce single-use plastic
Hundreds of thousands of girls and young women are calling for the UK to make a promise to reduce single-use plastic.
Milwaukee officials urge residents to stop vaping immediately
In what may be a sign of a health emergency with national implications, the city of Milwaukee Health Department is now urging all residents to stop vaping. Special concern is now focused on the young.
Young Norwegians call time on oil industry
When Norway’s largest political party decided that the Lofoten Islands in the north should not be opened up to oil exploration, a chill ran down the spine of the energy industry.
Young palestinian killed by Israeli forces in northern Quds
Israeli forces killed a young Palestinian overnight Monday in a raid on northern Quds, reports said.
Survey: Young Chinese more aware of elderly care issues
Young people in China are more aware of the issues regarding elderly care and more of them are making early preparations, according to a survey by China Youth Daily.
Young people in Northern Ireland keeping dying trades alive
The digital age is transforming the working world but some young people in Northern Ireland are shunning high-tech careers to follow their ancestors' ancient trades.
Young highly skeptical of UK social mobility
Young people in the UK are highly skeptical about advancement being a reality, according to a survey from the relaunched Social Mobility Commission.
Fewer British young people in treatment for drugs yet more admit to use
The number of young people in treatment for drug abuse in England has fallen for the ninth successive year, despite a rise in the proportion who admit to using drugs.
Young Irish pupils get a taste of third-level science with fast-track tech study
Post-primary Irish pupils will study modules from third-level technology degree programs under a groundbreaking careers initiative being piloted in three schools in the Irish capital of Dublin.
Young people anxious from terror coverage
Media coverage of terror attacks and extremism can leave young people anxious and with an exaggerated fear of becoming victims, said researchers.

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