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Maternal diabetes increases obesity risk in children by age 10, study finds
Children born to mothers with type 1 or type 2 diabetes have up to 10% higher body weight by age 10 than those whose mothers did not have the disease, a study published by the journal Pediatric Obesity found.
Mother throws children to safety from burning building in Istanbul
A woman rescued her four children from a burning building in Istanbul by throwing them out of a third-floor window.
Men need to do their share in education
Fathers’ involvement in their children’s education is consistently shown to result in better educational outcomes for young people, as well as leading to more positive attitudes, greater enjoyment, better behavior and – critically – a reduced risk of exclusion (Women doing more home schooling during lockdown than men).
5m Yemenis ‘one step away from famine’
Malnutrition rates in Yemen are at “record highs” as the country is “speeding towards the worst famine the world has seen in decades”, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator told the Security Council citing newly released data.
Some parents think it’s time children go back to school
Some parents in Borneo welcome the reopening of schools next month as they think face-to-face lessons are more effective.
Lives, futures of 3m children at risk in DR Congo: UNICEF
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) highlighted the dire situation of some three million displaced children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) who face brutal militia violence and extreme hunger.
‘Children are not pets, society has to help parents bring them up’
Parents have had to become teachers, a footballer has helped expose the plight of deprived families, and local groups across the country have been on the frontline in providing emergency advice and supplies.
EU, UNICEF, UNHCR join efforts to protect children on the move in Central America, Mexico, Southern Africa
The European Union (EU), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency announced the launch of the new EU Global Promotion of Best Practices for Children in Migration program to strengthen child protection systems and provide alternatives to immigration detention.
Vulnerable children in UK most at risk from online harm: Report
Britain’s two million most vulnerable children are seven times more likely to come to harm online than their peers, according to a study by Internet Matters, the online safety body.
Study: Children who use touchscreens more easily distracted than peers
Young children who use touchscreens extensively are more easily distracted than peers who engage less with the technology, a study published by Scientific Reports found.
Some 9,000 children died in church-run mother and baby homes: Irish report
Some 9,000 children died in Ireland's church-run homes for unwed mothers, a government report found. This is equivalent to 15 percent of all children who were born or lived in the 18 institutions investigated over nearly 80 years.
Starving children don’t cry
By Nicholas Kristof*
Pope: Faces of children in Syria, Iraq, Yemen should touch all consciences
Pope Francis in his Christmas message on Friday highlighted the plight of children caught up in war, singling out victims in Syria, Yemen and Iraq.

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