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Kids start brushing too late, use too much toothpaste
Most children are using too much toothpaste, don’t brush often enough and don’t start brushing their teeth at a young enough age, according to a U.S. survey.
Diabetes does not appear to affect children's test scores
Kids living with type 1 diabetes are no different from their peers in their reading and math test scores, a Danish study suggests. The less common form of diabetes, known as type 1...
Soaring number of suspected slaves in UK sparks alarm over support
At least 7,000 suspected victims of modern slavery were uncovered in Britain last year, up a third on 2017, according to data that campaigners said on Friday raised concerns about...
U.N. urges full rights for Syria's displaced children
A U.N. watchdog urged Syria on Thursday to grant full rights to its displaced children, adding that thousands had been killed, tortured or enslaved during the country’s civil war.
U.N. urges Japan to let children be children
The U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child on Thursday urged Japan to do more to let children be children, free of excessive pressures or corporal punishment in school or at home...
U.N. sees poverty hope in African uptake of child welfare payments
The spread of state welfare for children around Africa has the potential to make a major dent in global poverty, the United Nations said on Wednesday. Children account for the...
40 percent of children are using more fluoride-containing toothpaste than recommended
When struggling to put a child to bed on time each night, one of the last things on a parent's mind is the amount of toothpaste smeared across their toothbrush. However, a recent...
Palestinian children’s education deeply impacted by ‘interference’ around West Bank schools, UN warns
Alarmed by a high number of reported incidents of interference in or near Palestinian schools in the West Bank since the beginning of the school year in September, the UN called on...
The world’s invisible children: Why registering births matters
A name, an official identity, and a nationality recognized by everyone: most of us take these things for granted. Yet, for nearly a quarter-billion children around the world,...
How widespread is female genital mutilation in Britain?
A London mother became the first person in Britain to be convicted of female genital mutilation on Friday - more than 30 years after the practice was outlawed. The Ugandan mother...
Suicide-risk screening might cut deaths among incarcerated youth
Teens and young men in correctional facilities are at increased risk of dying by suicide, but they are otherwise fairly similar to unincarcerated youth who take their own lives, a U...
Doctors describe treatment options for adolescent depression
When a teen is diagnosed with depression, it’s normal for parents to feel overwhelmed and to search for information about which treatment options are best, doctors write in a new...
Parents who don't buckle up often skip seatbelts for their kids
Drivers who don’t wear seatbelts are more likely to skip seatbelts and car seats for their kids, an analysis of U.S. crash data suggests.
Physical punishment of kids tied to antisocial behavior in adulthood
Children who are spanked, slapped, shoved or otherwise physically punished may be more prone to antisocial behavior as adults, a U.S. study suggests.
Most U.S. kids not meeting sleep, exercise and screen time targets
Just one in 20 U.S. children and teens gets the amount of sleep, exercise and screen time that doctors recommend for optimal health, a new study suggests.
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