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How to say no at work when you don't have kids
Despite a boom in flexible working, many singles say they’re still picking up the slack from colleagues with families. Career coaches are advising them to say no.
Music therapy may not lead to big benefits for autistic kids
Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) don't benefit from the addition of music therapy on top of their usual treatments, according to results from a large international clinical trial.
Ways parents can get kids excited about writing
Whether you’re writing an email or a novel, it’s vital these days to understand the craft of telling a story and telling it well. For kids, writing well helps not only at school but with many off-the-page skills, from confidence to creative problem-solving.
Kids need structure more than warmth from their parents
Children need both affection and structure in order to develop into secure, happy adults.
Second-born kids more likely to be delinquent
First-borns have a new study to lord over their siblings. A study has found that second-born children, especially boys, are more likely to get in trouble.
Kids Adventure Games gives children an opportunity they can’t find at home
BIG SKY — it may not be American Ninja Warrior, but children got to test out their racing skills at the Kids Adventure Games.
Quitting work to stay home with kids can cost you millions
While there's plenty of data revealing how pricey childcare can be, there's never been a way to calculate exactly how much potential income parents stand to lose over a lifetime if they choose to leave the workforce. Until now.
Kids watching terror attacks on social media could suffer PTSD
Children who viewed the recent terror attacks on social media could be at risk of post-traumatic stress (PTSD), health officials are warning.
Smoking around your kids can put them at increased risk of arthritis
Exposure to passive smoking in childhood significantly increased the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis in adult smokers, a study has showed.
Tips to help limit kids’ screen time
You’ve heard it before: Parents should set limits on how much time their kids spend in front of screens. But what looks like harmless fun could be dangerous. A recently published study found that 18 percent of 9 to 10 year olds who spent more than 3 hours a day on screens could be at higher risk of type 2 diabetes.
City kids more likely to have psychotic experiences
Kids growing up in the city are significantly more likely than those raised in the country to have psychotic experiences, such as hearing voices and experiencing intense paranoia.
Climate change predictions can be scary for kids
Predictions for a planet affected by climate change can sound like they're ripped from a doomsday novel: Stronger hurricanes, intense heat waves, rising sea levels and the disappearance of ice in the Arctic.
How some kids escape poverty
More than one in 10 American children spend more than half their childhood in poverty — that’s a whopping nine million kids. Most of these children, the majority of whom are African American, are trapped in a cycle of deprivation: As young adults, they’re unlikely to be in school or working, and their children will likely follow a similar path. But a small percentage manage to escape their circumstances and become economically successful.
300,000 unaccompanied kids passed through international borders last year
The United Nations children's agency has reported a spike in the number of unaccompanied children crossing international borders.
App helps protect kids from cyberbullying and suicide
Can a mobile application that uses artificial intelligence become a useful tool in the fight against online bullying?

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