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Emotional eating 'learned by children not inherited'
Children who eat more or less when stressed or upset have learned the behavior rather than inherited it, a study suggested.
Doctors group warns of health risks for migrant children separated from parents
Medical experts are cautioning that there are long-term health risks for migrant children who are separated from their parents, including ‘irreplaceable harm’ to those children's lifelong development.
Fathers, speak positively with children about race
“Father knows best” — a saying so popular that a mid-century television sitcom was named for it — means something different today.
French border police regularly abused refugee children
Children as young as 12 and other vulnerable refugees and migrants have been physically and verbally abused by French border guards, international human rights organization Oxfam said.
Poverty forces Syrian refugee children into work
When 13-year-old Mounir fled Syria for Lebanon with his family after surviving a rocket strike that nearly killed them, he thought he would be safe. In fact, he had swapped one form of danger for another.
1,358 children reportedly been ripped from families at US border
Since last October, an estimated 1,358 children have been ripped away from their parents at the US-Mexico border — a cruel practice that has become increasingly common in the past month, as the Trump administration attempts to deter families from crossing.
Toward a lively school environment
By Seyyed Mohammad Bat'haei*
Don’t force your children to study for long. Here’s a science-backed reason
Good news for all children. Findings of a new study suggests that spending more years in full-time education leads to greater risk of developing short-sightedness, or myopia.
UN calls on US to stop separating migrant children from parents
The United Nations has called on the administration of US President Donald Trump to "immediately halt" its controversial practice of separating Central American immigrant children from their parents at the southern border.
Study: Phone app that screens for autism in children is beneficial
An iPhone app that screens for signs of autism in young children was found to be scientifically reliable, easy to use and supported by caregivers, according to a study.
Half of world's children at risk of war, poverty, discrimination
"More than half the world's children start their lives held back because they are a girl, because they are poor or because they are growing up in a warzone," the report said.
UK Children in care being 'pinged' around schools, homes
Thousands of ‘pinball kids’ in the UK are being shifted around the care system and between schools, putting them at risk of being excluded, groomed and recruited into gangs, the children’s commissioner for England has said.
One in 25 children aged 10 or 11 'severely obese'
One in 25 children in England aged 10 or 11 are severely obese, new analysis has found.
US lost track of 1,500 immigrant children
The federal government has placed thousands of unaccompanied immigrant children in the homes of sponsors, but last year it couldn't account for nearly 1,500 of them.

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