Reporter : Maureen Bongat

Germany Debates Expanding Parental Leave

Parenting  29 February '16

Jamaica's 'Parent's Place' Teaches Parents How to Become a Better Stewards of Their Children

There is now a place specifically for parents established in Jamaica where parents learn how to become a better parent.

2014 MTV Video Music Awards - Show

null  29 February '16

Beyonce's Adorable Blue Ivy Had A Blast In A Party Amid Parent's Divorce Rumors

Blue Ivy still managed to have a blast at a friend’s birthday party despite parents’ having problems regarding marital issues.

Portrait Of Run-DMC At Grammy Awards

News  28 February '16

Rap Music Can Affect Adolescents' Mindset Towards Sex

According to a study, there is something in rap music that parents must be concerned about.

Travelers Embark On Holiday Travel Day Before Thanksgiving

Toddler  28 February '16

Passengers Emotionally Tortured Kid After Having Allergic Reaction To Pets

A boy has been emotionally tortured over allergic reaction to the dog on board. Find the full story here.

Liberia Battles Spreading Ebola Epidemic

Health/Nutrition  27 February '16

Ebola Virus Nightmare Continues, Survivors Struggle With Long-Term Health Effects

The Ebola nightmare continues even the outbreak has officially ended, as to the recent study.

Spanish Jamon Iberico Industry Prepares For Busy Christmas Period

Health/Nutrition  27 February '16

High Body Mass Index Can Impair Man's Episodic Memory, Experts Say

There's another healthy reason why the body needs to lose weight -- being linked to poor memory.

Major Drought Impacts California Flower Industry

Food  27 February '16

Pollinator Species Population Declining, Threatening the World’s Global Food Supply

Pollinator species' population is at risk thus creating a greater problem regarding the world's livelihood, culture and human nutrition.

Migrants At Greece-Macedonia Border

Parenting  27 February '16

Covering Negative Emotions With a ‘Happy Face’ Can Negatively Affect Parent’s Mental State

Hiding your negative emotions and acting as if everything's alright will only bring more harm, a new research says.

Vang Family Living In The U.S.A

Toddler  26 February '16

How To Teach Children To Be Responsible? Teach Them Do the House Chores

Experts say that by teaching your kids do the house chores, you are also helping them become more responsible.

Peanut Butter Prices Set To Rise Up To 30 Percent

Food  26 February '16

Uncle Bucks And Cabela's Classic Candies Maple Nut Candies Recalled For Undeclared Peanuts

An allergic reaction was reported by a customer due to peanuts after consuming a serving of this candy.

Dogs And Owners Gather For 2012 Crufts Dog Show

Parenting  26 February '16

Eastpointe’s Dog Abuse Case Update: Meatball Is Expected To Recover Soon

After Meatball’s video went viral, the abused dog is now in the protective custody of Eastpointe Police Department.

Researchers In Genetic Surgery At Temple University Develop Technique To Eliminate HIV In Human Cells

Health/Nutrition  26 February '16

Researchers Transform Ordinary Skin Cells Into Stem Cells Which Can Treat Brain Tumors

Researchers from the University of North Carolina were able to create a breakthrough in stem-cell research and cancer treatment.

Thousands Of San Francisco Area Restaurants Turn Food Waste Into Fertilizer

Food  26 February '16

The First Ever ‘Waste Supermarket’ Opens to Help Combat the World’s Food and Waste Problems

A newly opened “waste supermarket” is reoffering expired and damaged food to the market. Find out the reason why.

Chinese Families Under 'One Child Policy'

Parenting  26 February '16

Parents Appeals To The Chinese Government To Alter The Punishments Based On The Newly Revoked Family Planning Policy

Chinese parents are still punished for bearing two children. They want change and their job back.

Six People Murdered On Chicago's South Side As City's Homicides Rise

Infant  25 February '16

Babysitter Used Drugs Before Killing, Sexually Abusing 16-Month Old Infant

16-month-old Anthony Delgado's killer still insists she's not guilty saying: 'I don't know... I don't know what happened."

Cannabis Legally Cultivated in Netherlands

Health/Nutrition  25 February '16

New Medicinal Marijuana Vaginal Suppository Could Provide Comfort For Menstrual Cramps

A newly released medicinal vaginal suppository which is made from marijuana can help ease painful menstrual cramps and it's already available in the market for $44.

Melbourne Racing

Parenting  25 February '16

Parents, Children And Divorce: Three Things You Have To Avoid

Getting into divorce is hard, but it would always be harder for the kids. Help them not to breakdown. Here are the things you have to avoid.

Deli For Dogs And Cats Opens In Berlin

Fun & Games  25 February '16

Abducted Labrador Dog Finally Returns Home With An Apology Note Attached To Its Collar

QiaoQiao, the recent abducted guide dog, is finally home 35 hours after she was snatched from its owner with a note attached to its collar.

Violence and Grief Define Life In Honduran Capital

Toddler  25 February '16

Child Porn Case: Deonte Carraway Could Face Life in Prison

Deonte Carraway, former choir director and school aide, has now been charged with eight federal child pornography charges.

Israel Pioneers Use Of Medical Marijuana

Health/Nutrition  24 February '16

FDA To Begin Food Testing For The World’s Most Used Agricultural Chemical

After experiencing some labor and cost restrictions, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has finally decided to conduct food tests for any glyphosate residue which allegedly can cause cancer.

Death Of A Pet

Parenting  24 February '16

Pet's Death: How To Move On From Your Grief

Losing a pet is never easy but it will always be possible. With these tips, you can surely learn to live your life again.

China Daily Life - Pollution

Health/Nutrition  24 February '16

Diabetes, Obesity Risk Increases As People Gets More Exposed To Air Pollution

A recent study says, air pollution doesn't just cause lung problems but can also increase the risk of diabetes and obesity.

Sydney Prepares For Valentine's Day

Food  24 February '16

Chocolates Can Improve Brain Function: Concentration, Memory And Problem Solving Skills

The sweet luscious mouth-watering 'chocolatey' treat is not just good for the heart and fetal growth. The University of South Australia says it's also good for brain development.

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