Research published recently has revealed that the academic development of British children is being significantly affected by dangerously low levels of sleep.
Lack of sleep damaging academic development of children
International experts warned on Tuesday about security shortcomings at French and Belgian nuclear plants that make them vulnerable to attack, in a report commissioned by the Greenpeace group.
Greenpeace: French, Belgian nuclear plants vulnerable to attack
Director general of World Health Organization (WHO) lauded the Iranian community-based programs, and said that other countries of the world, including Pakistan, should benefit from Iran’s experience by using the same model.
WHO lauds Iran's community-based programs
People in Afghanistan are set for greater access to the Internet and free information, thanks to a new partnership between a local telecommunications company and the Wikimedia Foundation.
Afghans to get free access to Wikipedia on their phones
A survey conducted by The Hoxby Collective has found that 33 percent of workers said they’d suffered from mental health issues as a direct result of working rigid hours.
Presenteeism linked to mental health issues in the workplace
More than half of the 2.3 million Londoners living in poverty are members of households in which someone is earning money, research has found.
More than half of Londoners in poverty are in working families
One of the latest victims of the cholera epidemic that has killed more than 2,000 people in Yemen had yet to even take her first breath.
Cholera epidemic spreads Yemen misery
For the first time, researchers have evidence of exactly what dads are doing while moms are taking care of housework or tending to their child.
Study first to show how couples spend time
One in three South Koreans have borrowed money to buy houses and they took larger amount of loans than other debtors, becoming one of the main reasons behind the ballooning household debt in Asia's fourth-largest economy, a report showed.
One in three S. Koreans in debt as they borrowed by to buy houses
Population growth, increasing urbanization, modern technologies, and climate change are transforming the world at a fast pace. But what direction are these transformations headed in? Are they benefiting the poor and the food insecure? And will the food systems of the future be able to feed and employ the millions of young people poised to enter labor markets in the decades to come?
How to eradicate rural poverty

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