Children This section contains news on all matters specially concerning children, covering education and childhood health issues around the world. Find releases relating to developmental and educational research, and reports on children’s social issues, such as bullying, learning disabilities, poverty, and behavioural issues. Also included are stories on anti-smoking, alcohol and drug campaigns aimed at children and youth, and legislation regarding child welfare and protection.

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IJM Ghana Aftercare Director Benson Shamala sits on a boat with some of the boys rescued from slavery in Lake Volta's fishing industry during a joint operation with Ghana law enforcement.
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Gospel singer Erica Campbell (left) and celebrity radio host Yolanda Adams (right) helped lift the spirits of three-year-old St. Jude patient Bella (center) during the eighth annual Radio Cares for St. Jude Kids national broadcast event, which successfully raised more than $1.4 million to support the life-saving mission of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital(R). Bella received treatment for, neuroblastoma, a rare cancerous tumor, and her family shared her emotional story on The Yolanda Adams Morning Show.
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Nathan's Famous representatives presented the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Houston with an H-E-B gift card worth $1,000 towards the purchase of groceries, courtesy of Nathan's Famous.
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Building Drops team with Lauren Book
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Echoes and Reflections Marks 10 Years as a Leader in Holocaust Education

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Dr. Erin Cockrell, a pediatric hematologist-oncologist at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital in Tampa, prepares to have her finger pricked by 6-year-old Ian Herrygers during the hospital's annual "Doctors for a Day" activity March 25, 2015.

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Colief(R) Infant Digestive Aid is a gluten-free dietary supplement for the reduction of colic-associated crying resulting from temporary lactose intolerance (TLI) in infants. Different from other colic solutions, Colief(R) Infant Digestive Aid is not given directly to the baby, but added to the formula or breast milk before each feeding, making it easier for them to digest the milk by breaking down most of the lactose.  Visit www.ColiefUSA.com or www.facebook.com/ColiefInfantDrops to find out more.

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