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  • 'Football through storytelling is perfect to get kids engaged'

    When former England international Karen Carney was at school, she would shy away from football out of fears that she would be bullied.

    The Telegraph
  • THL: Most kids in Finland don't get chickenpox anymore

    Most school-aged children in Finland today are protected from chickenpox, reports public health watchdog THL.

    Yle Uutiset
  • Activist Greta Thunberg to get BBC reality show

    Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg will emphasize the “reality” of climate change on her own BBC docu-series. BBC Studios said the series will document the 17-year-old Swede’s “international crusade” on the environment and follow her as she visits the “most extraordinary places on Earth” and meets with “leading scientists

    nypost.com
  • Activist Greta Thunberg to get BBC reality show

    Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg will emphasize the “reality” of climate change on her own BBC docu-series. BBC Studios said the series will document the 17-year-old Swede’s “international crusade” on the environment and follow her as she visits the “most extraordinary places on Earth” and meets with “leading scientists

    New York Post
  • Using D&D in therapy to get kids to open up

    Ever since reading Gary Fine's Shared Fantasy: Role-Playing Games as Social Worlds, in 1983, I have been keen on the idea of using RPGs as a learning tool, for sandboxing social interactions for the socially challenged, and as a potential therapeutic tool. This idea seems to really be gaining traction during the current D&D/RPG explosion that we are in the midst of. In this article on Kotaku, Cecilia D'Anastasio looks at several therapy groups employing D&D: Adam Davis, co-founder of the...

    Boing Boing
  • SPORTS AGENDA: Shrewsbury's chairman suffers an identity crisis

    MIKE KEEGAN - SPORTS AGENDA: Sports Agenda can reveal that Liverpool decided to hand their share of the gate receipts from the drawn FA Cup tie at Shrewsbury to the League One club.

    Mail Online
  • Amber Rose gets her kids' names tattooed ON HER FOREHEAD

    Amber Rose has paid homage to both her children by getting their names tattooed on her forehead, in images first seen on social media on Friday.

    Mail Online