#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Europe adopts laws to stop abusive online posts

Japan plans to crack down on cyber-bullying after a reality show star who received hundreds of abusive messages on social media apparently took her own life. Some European countries have legislation to oblige social media platform operators to delete harmful content. A German law introduced two years ago requires operators…

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Creates Specialized Unit To Treat Children With Illness Linked To COVID-19 – CBS Miami | #covid19 | #kids | #childern

ttps://miami.cbslocal.com/”http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/loose.dtd”> MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Nicklaus Children’s Hospital has created a highly specialized unit for treating children with multisystem inflammatory syndrome, known as MIS-C, related to COVID-19. CBS4’s Steve Goldstein spoke with Dr. Michael Leoncio, who’s with the pediatric ICU at the hospital. “The total unit is a 40-bed unit,” Dr….

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Alexa Bliss Tells Followers To ‘Be Kind’ As Podcaster Receives Death Threats

Alexa Bliss has been the target of attacks from popular podcaster JDFromNY206, and her followers are … [+] not taking it lightly. Credit: WWE.com The predictably messy fallout stemming from the tragic death of Hana Kimura—who lost a heartbreaking battle with cyberbullying—has turned into an all-out circus in the tension-filled…

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Concerns about 2nd wave of coronavirus, related syndrome in kids | #coronavirus | #kids. | #children

WASHINGTON (CNN) More open beaches and parks this holiday weekend made things seem just a little more normal. But there are concerns about a possible resurgence in cases and about an apparent coronavirus-related syndrome showing up in more children. Americans felt better about getting back on airplanes for Memorial Day…

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#parent | #kids | ‘The Noblest Tale’ | Circle Round 100

When’s the last time you did a good deed? Story continues below Subscribe to the podcast Maybe you donated books to your local library, or you said something nice to a sibling. Perhaps you just cleaned your room when your grown-up asked you to! In today’s story, we’ll meet some…

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COVID-19: Fewer children getting vaccinated during pandemic | #covid19 | #kids | #childern

Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli at the May 26 debriefing.COURTESY TYGER WILLIAMS BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERSwinters@montclairlocal.news While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to slow across the state and the state remains mostly shutdown, state officials are concerned with a decrease in the pediatric vaccination rate, calling it a serious children’s health care…

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Court Rules Families Can Seek Damages for Child Abuse Inflicted by School Van Driver | #childabuse | #children | #kids

The law firm of Stark & Stark announced that a judge has overruled CATCH, Inc.’s motion to dismiss punitive damages against them for failing to protect pre-school children from abuse by their bus driver and aides during fall 2018. A Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge ruled this week that families…

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#collegesafety | New Jersey To Allow High School, College Graduation Ceremonies Starting On July 6 – CBS New York

TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Pomp and Circumstance marches will be heard after all in New Jersey as the state said Tuesday that outdoor graduation ceremonies will be allowed starting in July. Gov. Phil Murphy announced the change in policy via Twitter, along with reopening news that professional sports teams’ training…

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#childsafety | 4 Tips On Taking Thirst Traps While At Home In Quarantine

There’s a specific kind of selfie circulating online these days — one that would normally be considered a “thirst trap” in any other situation, but now it’s something far bigger. “People are responding to being absolutely isolated, and that involves taking sexual photos and wanting human connection,” says Ziwe Fumudoh,…

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Live Coronavirus Updates and News | #coronavirus | #kids. | #children

The program, Pandemic-EBT, aims to compensate for the declining reach of school meals by placing their value on electronic cards that families can use in grocery stores. But collecting lunch lists from thousands of school districts, transferring them to often outdated state computers and issuing specialized cards has proved much…

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