Home > Parenting > News News All sections in Parenting » Child » Pregnancy Why you should teach kids about sex abuse Children who learn about sex abuse in school more often report abuse in their own lives than do kids who are not taught about it, shows a new research review. TALK Parenting forum » ASK The Paediatrician » Follow Health24 on Facebook » Quiz Are you ready for a baby? » Tasting a lemon for the first time Watch the first ever MRI video of a child being born What makes teenagers run away to join ISIS? CyberShrink explores what may make teenagers (usually girls from western countries) want to join the ranks of ISIS. The almost impossible grade 8 maths question answer The answer to the maths problem from a Singapore that nobody can solve, even though it's meant for 14-year olds. Can you solve this grade 8 maths problem? The world is gripped by a maths question from a Singapore school exam that most adults can't answer. Can you? Divorce harder for kids from wealthy homes Divorce in wealthy homes is likely to lead to more behavioural problems in kids than in lower-income homes. Mother Kelly Smith-Miller posts about her son Brayden's overdose on Facebook Kelly Smith-Miller of St Louis in Missouri is the mother of a teenage boy who overdosed on heroin and Xanax on 12 March. She wrote an emotional Facebook post to warn other parents and teenagers about the dangers of drug addiction in our teens and the post has gone viral. Australian study calls homeopathy 'useless' After an extensive review of available research, the The National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia concluded that homeopathy was ineffective. This 'pregnant' dad has a message for South African men Three men who wanted to know what it feels like to be pregnant speak to Health24 about their experience walking around with a 9-month belly. Campaigners urge UK to allow 'three-parent' babies Britain may become the first in the world to allow three-way fertility treatments to avoid passing on incurable diseases. “ Latest comment on Health24 Nazeem Davids says... Don't be silly they aren't running away to join the catholic church. What makes teenagers run away to join ISIS? ” Internet co-parenting can lower divorce conflict Most U.S. states require separated couples with kids to take a co-parenting course before divorcing, and even online programmes can be helpful. Foetal Alcohol Syndrome highest in SA World Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Day is held each year at nine minutes past nine on the ninth day of the ninth month (09:09am on the 09th day of the 09 month) and apparently SA has the most FAS babies. Cape Town baby has huge tumour removed successfully It is a miracle that this baby has been discharged from hospital after having "one of the largest tumours of its kind" removed, say experts. Hospital sends miscarried babies to laundry by mistake Hospital officials are trying to determine how two miscarried babies wrapped in linen were inadvertently sent to a medical laundry company. Fear of 'designer babies' as UK allows creation of 'three-parent' babies The UK is the first country to allow the creation of human embryos from three people to avoid passing on diseases to children, but there are fears of "designer babies". load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Taking charge of your health Man, take care of your health! Live healthier Marriage matters » Why marriages fail Divorce harder for kids from wealthy homes Why a curvaceous booty drives men wild "Should we get divorced?" After six years of marriage the spark is gone and this couple can't even have a conversation. Do you have a sweet tooth? » What’s SA’s most sugary drink? Craving sugar? Blame your brain WHO says we're eating too much sugar 10 foods with hidden sugar Even if you don't have a sweet tooth, you might still be eating far more sugar than you think.