London Mayor Sadiq Khan is considering introducing more car-free days to London in a bid to reduce deadly emissions from vehicles and encourage greater levels of cycling and walking.
London considering car-free days
Dangerous challenges on social media are becoming much more common among teens.
Dangerous social media challenges could leave behind lifelong injuries
Aging Baby Boomers have taken a variety of approaches to keep their cognitive abilities sharp, from meditation to specially designed games to (my personal favorite) eating chocolate.
Poverty may be bad for brain
Child labor has been substantially reduced in Latin America, but 5.7 million children below the legal minimum age are still working and a large proportion of them work in precarious, high-risk conditions or are unpaid, which constitute new forms of slave labor.
Child slavery refuses to disappear in Latin America
New research from York University suggested that minority children as young as six years old show an implicit pro-White racial bias when exposed to images of both White and Black children. But how ingrained these biases become and whether they persist into late childhood and adulthood might depend on their social environment.
Minority children develop implicit racial bias in early childhood
Three in four Britons have been so stressed at least once over the last year that they have felt overwhelmed or unable to cope, according to the biggest survey into the impact of stress.
Three in four Britons felt overwhelmed by stress
Sitting in a regional western Australian classroom the last thing you would expect to hear is the hustle and bustle of the lively streets of Beijing.
Schools tackle teacher shortages with online language classes from overseas
The Zimbabwe Association of Pension Funds (ZAPF) have been accused of fueling poverty by failing to remit contributions.
80 percent of Zimbabweans to be condemned to poverty on retirement
The number of children referred by their schools for mental health treatment has spiked by a third in the past three years.
UK Children needing specialist mental health treatment up by a third
More than a third of councils in England are cutting educational support totaling £4 million for deaf children, according to figures obtained by the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS).
Deaf children losing out as English councils cut support

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