Suicide of a Syrian Kid Raises Questions About Racism Against Refugees in Turkey
The death of a 9-year-old Syrian boy, who committed suicide after being bullied for being a refugee, raised concerns toward increasing assaults on immigrants in Turkey. The boy had fled his war-torn country with his family and later committed suicide by hanging himself in Turkey’s northwestern province of Kocaeli after being harassed... Read more
Autistic Dad Shares His Struggles With Being A Parent
Becoming a parent for the first time is a life-changing moment for anyone but it can pose extra challenges when you have autism. Jude Morrow has Asperger’s syndrome, a type of autism spectrum disorder, and he struggled with becoming a father when his son Ethan was born. The Londonderry... Read more
Harry and Meghan Posted A Compilation Of Photos From Their Wedding To Mark Their First Anniversary
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have released new photos from their wedding to mark their first anniversary. Harry and Meghan posted a compilation of 14 images, including some unseen pictures, on Instagram. The photo montage is accompanied by the song This Little Light Of Mine, which played as... Read more
Alabama Lawmakers Passes A Bill To Outlaw Abortion
Alabama lawmakers have passed a bill to outlaw abortion outright in the state, set to be the strictest such US law. The state Senate approved the law, rejecting an amendment to allow exemptions for cases of rape or incest. It will now go to Republican Governor Kay Ivey. She... Read more
Sea and Sand Park at Souq Al Wakrah Proves to be the Perfect Destination for Qatar Families
Arabiaday.com recently took a visit to Souq Al Wakrah to experience Sea and Sand Park. As a short introduction, I am Zara-Ivani and I’m 12 years old, from Hollywood, California, USA. I’ve lived in Doha for 11 years, so I know Qatar well. To sum up our visit: I... Read more
Why UK child poverty targets won’t be met
Twenty years ago, then Prime Minister Tony Blair pledged to end child poverty in a generation, at a speech in central London. He called it a “20-year mission”. Two decades and three prime ministers later, BBC Reality Check looks at what has happened to child poverty. What counts as... Read more
Risk of miscarriage rises by five-fold in older woman amid soaring rates of over-40s having babies
The dangers of being an older mother: Risk of a miscarriage spikes to 54% for over-45s amid soaring rates of women focusing on their careers A BMJ study found the lowest rates of miscarriage are in 25-29 year olds at 10%  Results show a strong pattern of recurrence, rising... Read more
Divorce Billboard Turning Drivers’ Attention Away From Road
What to Know An Albany billboard appears to feature a giant raised middle finger, but it’s actually a ring finger The advertisement is for We the People’s divorce services The billboard is a part of We the People’s series of provocative ads Don’t worry, that billboard you sped past... Read more
20 Things Your Babysitter Secretly Wants You to Know
When a toddler is having a tantrum… Kamelia Ilieva/Shutterstock …my favorite trick is to stay calm, get down at their level, and start talking really softly. They’ll quiet down just so they can hear what I’m saying. Check out these 11 more ways to stop toddler tantrums in their... Read more
Medical News Today: How to treat eye discharge in newborns
Eye discharge is common in newborns and is commonly due to a blocked tear duct. A person can often treat an infant with a blocked tear duct at home. However, discharge that occurs alongside other symptoms in the eye area, such as redness, swelling, or tenderness, may be a... Read more