Tag : U.K.

An 18-Year-Old Girl Got Seriously Injured After Participating On The Blue Whale Suicide Game

Children  30 April '17

18-Year-Old Girl Throws Self Off The Bridge After Playing The 'Blue Whale' Suicide Game

Another teenager got seriously injured after joining the Blue Whale suicide game.

Lawmakers, Customs & Border Control Call For Law To Combat Human Trafficking

School Age  17 November '16

Fighting The Menace Of Child Trafficking

High rate of trafficked kids and unaccompanied child asylum are disappearing from United Kingdom care homes.

2016 Library Lions Gala

School  16 November '16

Why UK Government Investigates Gradual Closures Of School Libraries

Current laureate warns that school efforts to encourage reading is being undermined through lack of economic and intellectual investment.

Bloomberg's Ban On Large Sodas Debated In Court, As New Report Details Diabetes Deaths In City At A High

Health  14 October '16

Fat Parents Are A Huge Liability To Their Children

Obesity is indeed a curse to parents and their children. Babies of obese parents are highly prone to dangerous health issues.

The Championships - Wimbledon 2012: Day Thirteen

Dads  29 July '16

Pippa Middleton Does Not Want Kate Middleton On Her Wedding? Sisters In Feud After Pippa's Engagement

According to reports, Kate Middleton and Pippa are in feud following the latter's engagement. However, other sources claimed that the feud is not true and that the Middletons are just okay.

Multiple Identical Siblings Hold Gathering In Washington

Parenting  15 April '16

Parents Prefer Boys, Sex-Selection Abortion Targets Girls [Study]

A new study revealed that parents usually prefer boys. Sex-selection abortion targets girls.

Rare black and white twin sisters.

Toddler  26 February '16

These Rare Twins, One Black and One White, are a First in the U.K.

Twin sisters Amelia and Jasmine came from a single egg. But one of them is black and the other is white.

Breast Feeding Mothers Protest Outside Primark Store In Madrid

Parenting  29 October '15

Postpartum Depression Linked To Breastfeeding Pain, Difficulties

According to a new U.K. study, women who quit breastfeeding due to pain or difficulty in getting their babies to nurse are at higher odds of developing postpartum depression compared to other moms who stop nursing for other reasons.

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