Child Weekly

Incredibles 2

June 30, 2018

Everyone’s favourite family of superheroes is back in “Incredibles 2” – but this time Helen is in the spotlight, leaving Bob at home with Violet and Dash to navigate the day-to-day heroics of “normal” life. 

A Japanese study suggests that an unborn baby exposed to tobacco smoke in the womb and in infancy could double the loss of developing hearing loss.

Australian researchers have found that when removing a child's tonsils they are 3 times as likely to develop common colds and respiratory infections and be more susceptible to infectious diseases.

According to experts, there are three ways children can get Vitamin D that they need through sunlight exposure, diet and supplements.

A six-year-old child from Indianapolis was shopping in Ikea with their family, where the child found a handgun and fired it into a sofa cushion, after playing with it for a few minutes.

A 4-year-old boy from Pingtung City, Taiwan, was left unsupervised where he got onto the balcony, caught between the steel grates and was left dangling by his head.

Heather Clare, from New York, was going down a slide with her one-year-old daughter Meadow on her lap, causing the little girl's leg to break when her foot got caught.

Melissa Booth, a 5-year-old of Chaddesden Derbyshire, attending Cherry Tree Hill Primary School, has come home with chopped hair 6 times in the past 8 months.

A toddler went missing for about 4 hours from a Michigan family home in the early morning.

Father Jacques Lacroix, 89, slapped and shouted at a two-year-old boy during a baptism ceremony at Collegiate Church in Champeaux, near Melun, in the south-eastern suburbs of Paris.

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