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“Gone In 60 Seconds” – 19 Children In North Carolina Steal 46 Cars From Dealerships 

Crime has increased during every recession since the 1950s. As people lose their jobs, they sometimes resort to theft and robbery to compensate for lost income. As a depression unfolds across America, a group of 19 kids, ages 19 to 16, have been accused by law enforcement for stealing over a million dollars in vehicles from dealerships under the…

Coronavirus Poll: 9 in 10 Children Experiencing ‘Enjoyment,’ ‘Happiness’ at Home with Family

Children may be benefiting from the stay-at-home orders many states have in place during the coronavirus outbreak in the United States. According to a Gallup poll, a large majority of children report “enjoyment” and “happiness” while spending their days with their families. Gallup reported on its survey of 1,039 U.S. adults who are parents of…

Delayed Weekly Flu Report: Death Toll 22,000, Including 144 Children

For the first time since the week ending February 29, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released its Weekly U.S. Influenza Surveillance Report, which shows that the death toll from the seasonal flu has reached 22,000, including 144 children. The CDC website notes the tardiness of the report.  “The COVID-19 outbreak unfolding…

Study: US Children’s Poor Sleep Schedule Linked to Depression, Anxiety

School, screen time contributing to lack of sleep Depression, anxiety, impulsive behavior and poor cognitive performance in children is effected by the amount of sleep they have researchers from the University of Warwick have found.Sleep states are active processes that support reorganization of brain circuitry. This makes sleep especially important for children, whose brains are…

Soda Companies Now Pushing Transgenderism Mutilations of Children

The same soda companies that are right now pushing the transgenderism indoctrination and mutilation of children used to run full-page ads promoting sugary-laden soft drinks for infants in cribs.As part of an investigation into the deceptive, harmful marketing practices of soda companies, Natural News acquired a 1968 LIFE Magazine issue. Inside, a full-page ad urged…

Children Receiving Unnecessary Medical Care Regardless of Insurance Type – Study

Children with public insurance are slightly more likely to receive medical services that they don’t need than those with private insurance, a new study finds.One in nine publicly insured and one in 11 privately insured children received low-value care in 2014, according to the findings published in journal Pediatrics.Researchers evaluated data for 8.6 million children…

NHS, hostage to the Mentally Ill

NHS psychologists are over-prescribing sex change treatment for children. They call it “treatment,” but in fact it’s not proven to treat anything. It’s just a baseless procedure. Allegedly, these psychologists fear being called transphobic if they don’t comply. In the last three years, 35 psychologists in London have been pressured to resign over this issue of…

Children Worldwide ‘At High Risk’ of Drop in Physical Activity

Boys, girls of all ages covered in study Emphasis on particular groups hinders efforts to address the problem of declining physical activity in children, according to a study led at the University of Strathclyde.A review of more than 50 published studies, covering a total of 22,000 children, found that children of all ages around the…

Research: 87% of Children Exceed Recommended Screen Time

Children of first-time mothers, those in home-based childcare log most screen time Children’s average daily time spent watching television or using a computer or mobile device increased from 53 minutes at age 12 months to more than 150 minutes at 3 years, according to an analysis by researchers at the National Institutes of Health, the…

Kentucky Family Adopts Three Young Siblings to Keep Them Together

WLWT A family of four in northern Kentucky recently adopted three siblings to make sure they stayed together. Jeannine Ruck and her husband, Jack, of Fort Thomas, legally adopted Will, 7; his brother, Eli, 6; and their sister, Anna Mae, 2, during an adoption ceremony at the Campbell County Court on Thursday morning, according to WLWT.…
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