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US: One-fourth of children with autism are undiagnosed
12-01-2020
The findings show that despite growing awareness about autism, it is still under-diagnosed, particularly in black and Hispanic people.
 

UK government urged to reunite child refugees with families
12-01-2020
The UK government is “deliberately and destructively” preventing child refugees from being with their families, instead leaving them in the care of local authorities, according to a report.
 

Dowry - A contract for marriage
12-01-2020
One of the most heart wrenching concerns that needs to be addressed properly is the traditionally accustomed rituals of providing dowry to the groom’s family.
 

UK Children’s care system ‘in crisis’
12-01-2020
Ministers are urged to launch an independent review after the number of children in care soars by more than a quarter in 10 years.
 

More parents in Sweden suspected of child sickness benefit fraud
12-01-2020
The number of parents required to pay back child sickness benefit increased significantly last year, with some parents asked to pay back hundreds of thousands of kronor to the state.
 

Do you really ‘see’ your child?
09-01-2020
Helicopter parenting has become the norm in many places, but it may not be the best way to connect with our kids.
 

India: finally, number one
09-01-2020
By 2030, India will be the world’s most populous country with most of its population still in rural areas.
 

If America is great, why aren’t there more Americans?
09-01-2020
America’s hidden strength, the one that powers all those more visible capabilities, has been its demography. Until Now.
 

Parenting parents when they don’t want help
09-01-2020
When understanding and support are needed the most, families find themselves feuding and riven by feelings of resentment and distress.
 

Neglected children end up with ‘smaller brains’
09-01-2020
The researchers at King’s College London were following adopted children who spent time in Romanian orphanages. They grew up with brains 8.6% smaller than other adoptees.
 
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