Reporter : Henry Tyler

Julia Gillard Announces Increase In Medicare Levy

Wellness  20 January '17

6 Mental Health Workers Lose Jobs Amid NDIS Funding Changes

NDIS has recently made some great interchange in their funds, leading to some significant changes in their plans.

Nation Goes To The Polls In Contentious Presidential Election Between Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump

Baby  20 January '17

Can Brain Mapping Help Prevent Childhood Disabilities Among Prematurely Born Babies?

Brain mapping can be quite useful when it comes to preventing disabilities in premature babies as it reduces the risk of disorders.

Trump's Selection For Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Testifies During Her Senate Confirmation Hearing.

Education  20 January '17

Louisiana Teachers Have Divided Opinions Over Nominated Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

Educators in Louisiana had a disagreement on the newly nominated education secretary which ended up in a clash between them.

New Study Links Coffee Consumption To Reduction In Liver Disease

Wellness  20 January '17

Can Coffee Help Fight Against Inflammation And Cardiovascular Diseases?

Coffee is well-loved by most people around the globe and a recent study showed it can help you in fighting against diseases.

Berlin UKB Hospital Is Among Germany's Most Modern

SPED Kids  20 January '17

UK Criminal Justice System Failing To Understand How People With Autism Should Be Treated?

Britain's criminal justice system is yet to figure out a way to handle people with autism as they require special handling and care.

Siberian Teens At Internet Cafe

Teen  19 January '17

Social Media Overuse: The Reason Why Teenagers Are Not Getting The Right Amount Of Sleep

With the development of technology and introduction of smartphones, studies suggest some teens are losing sleep because of spending too much time on social media.

Todd Starnes: Ban unsupervised minors from malls

Teen  19 January '17

US Malls Banning Unaccompanied Minors Due Amid Unruly Disturbances, Gatherings Ignited On Social Media

Westfield shopping mall in Culver City has started a new trend that is now being followed by other malls across the country, which is banning the teenagers after they created chaos and mistreated employees

Video games

Teen  18 January '17

How Strong Friendship Bonds Can Prevent Depression And Addiction Caused My Excessive Video Gaming Among Teenagers

Video games are a great way to spend free time, however, spending too many hours playing these games can lead to depression.

Berlin School Year Begins

Big Kid  16 January '17

Post-Election Parenting: How To Ensure A Child's Best Behavior After The 2016 US Election Fiasco

Every parent has a desire to raise their children in the best possible way, which brings us to a number of things to keep in mind before raising children.

Asylum Applicants With Uncertain Chance Of Approval Receive Orientation Course

Education  16 January '17

The Effects Of Tution-Free College Education In The US

The U.S. government is providing tuition-free higher education opportunities for middle and low-income families in the country.

Key Economic And Social Issues To Be Addressed In New Zealand Budget

Education  16 January '17

Why These Learning Ideas Do Not Improve Education Despite What Majority Believes

These five Ideas regarding schooling have been causing misconceptions among people as they keep believing it has a positive effect but a study suggested it has an opposite impact.

Barack Obama Celebrates His Birthday

Family Life  15 January '17

Why Parenting At The White House Discourages Limitless Tech Use

Outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama and wife Michelle have limited the use of gadgets for their kids despite the fact they can afford everything.

David Davis Goes Back To School

Education  11 January '17

Donald Trump's New Education Plan Might Cripple Around 1,200 Public Schools In New York

Trump's new policy that cuts down the spending on Public schools is likely to damage around 1,200 schools, according to a recent study.

19th Biennale Of Sydney - Media Preview

SPED Kids  11 January '17

Painting: A Unique Way For People With Autism To Communicate?

According to an Arizona-based Autistic Artist, art is a unique way to communicate, especially among those who can't express their feelings verbally.

Sniper Suspect Decides Not To Represent Himself

Teen  10 January '17

Can Mothers Save Teenagers From Committing Juvenile Crimes Again?

New study suggests that the involvement of mothers in the legal process can help control teens from committing the same crime again.

Big Kid  10 January '17

Family To Seek Justice As 9-Year-Old Girl Dies Due To Tonsillectomy

A 9-year-old girl has recently died due to tonsillectomy.

Children's Hospital Class Aims To Help Youth With Obesity Issues

Teen  10 January '17

Surgery To Cure Obesity In Teens? Study Reveals Long-Term Benefits

Gastric surgery has long-term benefits for obese teens that surpass its adverse impacts.

Hong Kong Marks Handover Anniversary

Pregnancy  10 January '17

Researchers Dig Into The Credibility Of Morning Sickness Pills

New research and studies are subjected towards finding out whether morning sickness pills are indeed effective.

Mom Says Delta Asked Her to Leave First Class Seat Because Her 9-Month Old Baby Was Crying

Baby  7 January '17

Should There Be A Separate Class For Babies In Airplanes?

A fashion blogger was told to leave the first class cabin of an airplane and move to economy class as she couldn't control her crying child.

Lifestyle During Pregnancy

Pregnancy  7 January '17

Can Pregnant Women Sleep Better At Night?

Pregnancy is a challenge and it can cause a complete change in woman's routine. However, few simple steps can help achieve a peaceful sleep.

Peanut Butter Prices Set To Rise Up To 30 Percent

Baby  7 January '17

Peanuts Can Prevent Allergies In Children

Peanuts, along with delicious taste, have a positive health impact and help prevent allergies in babies.

Grazia Magazine Produces Issue From New Shopping Centre

Family Life  6 January '17

New Research Reveals Gender Pay Gap Is Reduced To 5% But Parenting Penalty Continues

In a comparative environment, gender equality in terms of work is still a challenge, wherein gender wages gap has been recently reduced to a small extent.

Fight Between Parents and Students Broke Out After the Lexington - Wooster Basketball Game!

Education  6 January '17

Shocking Student-Parent Brawl Breaks Out At High School Basketball Game In Ohio

Just when the Generals-Lexington Minutemen basketball game was about to end, a fight broke out in the stands and the trouble mongers were none other than the parents.

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