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Police: 13 siblings held captive in filthy California home
A couple was arrested after police discovered that their 13 children had been held captive in their California home in filthy conditions, some shackled to beds with chains and padlocks, officials said Monday.
Turpin: Shackled siblings found in Perris, California home
Two parents have been arrested in California after police found they allegedly kept their 13 children captive at home, some "shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks".
Parents struggling to spot signs that their children are overweight
A worrying number of parents of overweight children in England think that their youngsters are a healthy weight, a new survey has found.
Nearly half of UK parents are failing to monitor children's online chats
Only half of parents who bought their children an Internet connected gadget for Christmas will check who their children are speaking to online, new research claims.
Parents should check children’s WhatsApp chats, Spanish court rules
A Spanish court has cleared a divorced father accused of breaching his daughter’s right to privacy after he read WhatsApp messages between the nine-year-old girl and her mother.
Police spread Christmas joy to children with incarcerated parents
It is certainly the season of giving, but for some Central Arkansas families, they've already given up a lot this year.
74% of parents help adult children with finances
Seventy-four percent of US parents help pay for their adult children’s living expenses, according to a new CreditCards.com and BankRate survey.
Parents need to monitor kids’ cellphone use
Most teenagers, and some kids younger than 10, have smartphones, and the police say that parents should strictly monitor their children’s phone usage for safety risks.
Millions of children fare worse than parents
Around 180 million children are more likely to live in extreme poverty, be out of school or suffer a violent death than their parents, according to UNICEF. The World Children's Day report suggested things could get worse.
Why youngest siblings are most likely to be parents' favorite
In the battle of the siblings, fighting for their parents’ attention, it is often presumed that the first-born is the favorite. How can you compete with their very first child, after all?
Parents shouldn't pay their kids for chores
Eighty-three percent of parents who give their kids an allowance believe they should earn it by doing chores, according to an annual T. Rowe Price survey.
Parents hear warnings of what teens face today
The average teenager sends 3,741 texts per month. Two billion people, or one in three people worldwide, are on Facebook. And 700 million people post photos to Instagram each month.
Parents, take note! Don’t confuse immaturity with ADHD in kids youngest in their year
A study published on October 9 in The Lancet Psychiatry warns of the risks of over diagnosing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in school-age children who are the youngest in the year. Such children can be several months younger than peers in the same class.
Parents spend 6 days a year trying to get kids to go to bed
Parents spend 140 hours a year getting their child to brush their teeth and get ready for bed, according to new research.
Rohingya children recall horror of losing parents (video)
About 1,400 Rohingya children have crossed the Myanmar border to Bangladesh without their parents, many of them orphans.

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