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NSPCC Welcomes Medical Intervention
Lisa Harker from the NSPCC says they welcome new measures to try to help nurses and doctors spot children suffering from abuse.
December 27, 2012
Medical Marijuana: What Illinois Can Learn...
In January, medical marijuana is coming to Illinois with the most tightly regulated plan in the nation. But with two months to go, details are lacking...
November 05, 2013
Medical Conference Attendees Asked to Stay...
New Orleans is preparing to welcome thousands of medical experts and researchers for a conference being hosted in town next week. However, state healt...
October 30, 2014
What to Expect Week 30: Setting Up a Birth...
This is a good time to start thinking about the delivery. You might have heard people talk about making a "birth plan". Learn what a birth plan is and...
July 19, 2012
NSPCC Reports Cases of Emotional Abuse Up ...
The number of emotional abuse cases that the NSPCC has referred to the police and authorities has gone up by 50 percent.
May 30, 2014
Online Pornography is a Serious Problem Sa...
The NSPCC are warning about the dangers of online pornography as research reveals more than one in ten 12 to 13-year-olds have made, or been a part of...
March 31, 2015
Sky News UK
NSPCC Chief to Lead Child Abuse Probe
The review by Peter Wanless, which will take eight to 10 weeks, will look at the Home Office's investigation but also how the police and prosecutors h...
July 07, 2014
Rolf Harris Branded a Hypocrite for Anti-A...
Rolf Harris has been branded a hypocrite for making an anti-abuse video called Kids Can Say No! almost 30 years ago. John Cameron from the NSPCC says,...
July 01, 2014
No Evidence of Child Abuse Cover-Up
NSPCC Chief Executive Paul Wanless says a review has found there is no evidence of organised attempts by the Home Office to conceal child abuse.
November 11, 2014
NSPCC Report: Jimmy Savile's Victims Were ...
Many of Jimmy Savile's victims were ignored or laughed at when they revealed at the time that he had sexually abused them, a report has found.
February 24, 2014
Report Reveals Scale of Abuse on Children,...
The NSPCC says more than 8,000 under-18s have been accused of sexual offences against other children.
July 08, 2014
Channel 4 News
NSPCC Sees 50% Rise in Calls Since Rolf H...
John Cameron from the NSPCC says there has been a 50 per cent increase in calls to their helpline since Rolf Harris' conviction for indecent assault y...
July 01, 2014
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