We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent developments and occurrences in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news we speak about Sri Lankan president's call for a program that should eliminate ragging at universities, pontentially 4,500 fake degrees from 60 Pakistani universities and a warning to the Scottish universities to be aware of possible organized crime threats.
Man shot in the chest in suspected road rage killing, Man grabbed boy by throat in Kingston, Ont. road rage incident, A wild road rage altercation has ended with a man's foot trapped under the wheel of a car after it was run over during an dispute in Melbourne yesterday, Pasig cop yields after Marikina road rage; 1 killed, 1 hurt. June 01, 2018 ... Not fiction, these are actual headlines from the news about road rage incidents. Such headlines appear all over the world with disturbing regularity. So what makes some 'perfectly normal' people react like monsters once they get behind the wheel and how should one react if one is a victim of what is commonly known as road rage?
Portugal, after innumerable invasions until the 16th century went on to establish its own empire. After setbacks in the later centuries, the country progressed to distinguish itself on many fronts. It is one of the most pleasant countries to visit or to live in. While the 'more advanced' countries, the latest example being Ireland, took their own time legalising even abortion, Portugal went ahead and legalised not just abortion but also gay marriages and even decriminalised drugs which eventually showed a better impact on the health system. This probably is a reflection of the mindset of the people who are fun loving, tolerant and offer a great atmosphere. The country teems with smiling hospitable people.
Breastfeeding, its relationship to IQ and attainment. Professor Bernardo Horta and his team set out to establish the association through their research. We have this opportunity to interview Professor Horta.
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We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent developments and occurrences in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news we speak about crypto company Ripple giving $50 million to different universities such as Princeton and MIT, staff cuts that dragged New Zealand universities down in world rankings and concerns over India's full online degree programs.