Mental health staff in the UK are working in a ‘powder keg’ environment, as assaults by patients soar, a BBC investigation has revealed.
Assaults on mental health staff up 25% in UK
University lecturers are topping up their earnings by helping students cheat in their degree, a UK government-backed review will suggest.
University lecturers topping up earnings by helping students cheat
The EU has ruled out penalties on single-use plastic products, in favor of raising public awareness of the damage consumer plastics are doing to the world’s oceans.
EU rules out tax on plastic products to reduce waste
The Center on Global Poverty and Development will join students and faculty from across the university and connect them with policymakers and business leaders committed to fighting poverty.
University launches research center on global poverty
Parents spend 140 hours a year getting their child to brush their teeth and get ready for bed, according to new research.
Parents spend 6 days a year trying to get kids to go to bed
As Americans in their 50s move toward retirement age, many are in worse overall health than their peers in prior generations, researchers warned.
Middle-age Americans in 2017 are less healthy than prior generations (video)
New research co-led by a Victoria University of Wellington researcher shows that encouraging interpersonal interactions to reduce prejudice — a key strategy used around the world — might not be as effective as previously thought.
Study reveals prejudice strongly influenced by inequality
Homelessness, poverty and poor mental health are on the rise in England’s hidden pockets of immense poverty, especially in areas perceived to be relatively wealthy.
Poverty, homelessness rising in England
Indian musician Gladson Peter strums the ukulele while blowing into a harmonica and smashing a cymbal using his foot as children from one of Asia's biggest slums clap and cheer.
Indian one-man band blows, strums and sings against smoking

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