Janelle Red Dog

Montana Woman Suspected In 13-Month-Old Girl's Death Set To Change Plea

A Montana woman is set to plead guilty in the death of a 13-month-old girl found in a dumpster.

by Claire Parker

Hope Academy For Teen Addiction

Teen Addiction: How This Indianapolis Special School Helps Teenagers Recover From Substance Abuse

Hope Academy is a special tuition-free recovery school for teenagers overcoming substance abuse problems.

by Amanda Moore

Sibling Death

Sibling Death: Kids Grieving Dead Siblings Increase Their Risk For Early Death, Study Says

Children who lose a brother or sister suffer immense grief that could likely increase their risk of early death as well.

by Amanda Moore

Artificial Womb For Premature Babies

Hope For Premature Babies: Artificial Womb Technology To Save Preemies? Scientists Succeeds In Lamb Test

Have scientists from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia found the answer to helping premature babies develop normally in this artificial womb experiment?

by Amanda Moore

Florida Teen Graces Prom In A Black Lives Matter-Inspired Dress

Florida Teen Graces Prom In A Black Lives Matter-Inspired Dress

Designer Terrance Torrence created a gown, ornamented with the faces of 15 black people whose lives ended unfairly, for senior student Milan Bolden-Morris.

by Olivia Etienne

13 Reasons Why

'13 Reasons Why' Tackles Teen Suicide; Kate Walsh Recommends School Viewing

The new Netflix series titled "13 Reasons Why" tackles teen suicide.

by Claire Parker

Nebraska Lawmakers Fail To Push Bill Allowing Physical Force Against Violent Students

Nebraska Lawmakers Fail To Push Bill Allowing Physical Force Against Violent Students

Senator Mike Groene proposed the bill allowing school authorities to use physical restraint or removal from class against disruptive students, yet support for the provision lacked.

by Olivia Etienne

12-Year-Boy Loves Makeup And Singing

Boy Wearing Makeup Inspires; 12-Year-Old Reuben De Maid Reveals What Being Bullied Taught Him

Reuben De Maid, 12, impressed Steve Harvey and Ellen DeGeneres for both his singing talent and his love for makeup.

by Amanda Moore

Cherokee Nation sues drug distributors for the opioid overdose epidemic.

Cherokee Nation Sues Drug Distributors As Opioid Epidemic Affects Children And Teenagers

Cherokee Nation blames big pharma for the opioid overdose epidemic.

by Abbie Kraft

Riley Hancey

Utah Man Refused Of Lung Transplant Dies Over The Weekend

A Utah man did not get a new set of lungs in his home state and when he got one in Pennsylvania, things did not turn out well leading to his death.

by Claire Parker

Pros & Cons Of Pacifier: Why Binky Usage Should Not Be An Issue At All

Pros & Cons Of Pacifier: Why Binky Usage Should Not Be An Issue At All

Nancy Williams, a coordinator of professional education at UNC Asheville, shared that parents should not be afraid to use pacifiers, provided they know when to stop the kids from using them.

by Olivia Etienne

Sexual predators pose as famous characters and celebrities to lure innocent fans.

Experts Warn Parents As Fake Celebrity Accounts Are Made To Target Children

Authorities raised the alarm for parents as sexual assault predators linger online using different aliases.

by Abbie Kraft

Three-year-old, Madeleine McCann's photo.

Experts Suggest Madeleine McCann Was Abducted And Sold Following 2007 Disappearance

Investigators suggest that three-year-old Madeleine McCann was abducted and sold to rich families.

by Abbie Kraft

Ethan Roser

Wheaton College Student Dies After Hammer Throw Accident At Track Meet

A Wheaton freshman student died after he was accidentally struck by a hammer at a track meet.

by Claire Parker

Swaddling Babies

Swaddling Babies: Doctors Warn Of Risk As Baby Develops Hip Dysplasia

Doctors noticed an increase in hip dysplasia cases due to swaddling. Many parents from the U.S., the U.K. and Australia do this with their newborns but some do it improperly.

by Amanda Moore

17-Year-Old Cannot Process Food Due To Rumination

Teen Unable To Digest Food For 6 Years Gets Free Treatment For Rumination - What Is It?

Mya, 17, feeds thru a tube as she vomits any food she takes due to a condition called rumination. Find out what it is in this story.

by Amanda Moore

Social media sites are becoming a platform for live steaming heinous crimes.

The Looming Dangers Of Live Streaming On Social Media

Live stream on social media negatively impacts a child's mental health.

by Abbie Kraft

Rats

San Diego Jury Favors Petco Animal Supplies Over 10-Year-Old Boy's Death From Rat-Bite Fever

A San Diego jury favored the Petco Animal Supplies over the death of a 10-year-old boy who died from a rat bite.

by Claire Parker

Elizabeth Thomas and Tad Cummins

Authorities Find Teacher And Abducted Student In CA After Six Harrowing Weeks

The authorities had captured the Tennessee teacher who abducted a student he reportedly had an affair with.

by Claire Parker

Teen opened up about anorexia

17-Year-Old Model Opens Up Why Anorexia Almost Killed Her

Phoebe Combes opens up about her anorexia and how it caused her skin to rip apart.

by Abbie Kraft

Pot Smoking Pregnant Teens

Pot Smoking Among Pregnant Teens More Common Than Non-Pregnant Girls

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health conducted a survey on pot smoking and pregnancy among 410,000 women.

by Amanda Moore

Hijab In Muslim Women

Muslim Teen And Her Dad's Heartfelt Text Exchange Corrects Wrong Notions On Hijab-Wearing Women

Laamya, 17, told her dad she wants to take off her hijab and he replied in manner most people with wrong notions about Muslim women did not expect.

by Amanda Moore

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