'Don't just consult Dr Google' for a child's worrying behaviour

'Don't just consult Dr Google' for a child's worrying behaviour

Posted July 04, 2017 09:48:52 As a parent, it is normal to worry about your child. But some behaviours can be more worrying than others, and it is hard to know when to call on professional help. Psychologist and neuroscientist Charlotte Keating said it was understandable that parents were sometimes reticent to take their child to see a therapist. “There’s that fear that you’ll make it a bigger problem if you treat it as a problem,” she told ABC Radio Melbourne‘s Clare Bowditch. “Parents think, ‘Hang on, I should be…

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Macron seeks to cut number of MPs by a third

Macron seeks to cut number of MPs by a third

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMacron said France had “taken the wrong path” in the past.French President Emmanuel Macron has proposed a radical overhaul of the country’s government. Speaking at the historic Palace of Versailles, he said he planned to cut the number of lawmakers by a third. Doing so would produce a more efficient government and put France on a “radically new path”, said Mr Macron. The French president says he has a broad mandate after sweeping wins in presidential and parliamentary elections this year. If…

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Boston: Injuries after vehicle hits pedestrians

Boston: Injuries after vehicle hits pedestrians

Story highlights All the injured people are fellow cab drivers, police say Incident being treated as an accident, two law enforcement sources say Two law enforcement sources told CNN the incident is being treated as an accident, not an act of terrorism. The driver told authorities at the scene he accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake, according to both sources. There was a large law enforcement response to the 1:40 p.m. ET incident at Porter Street and Tomahawk Drive near the Logan International Airport taxi pool. The area…

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Trump offers to help terminally ill British baby Charlie Gard

Trump offers to help terminally ill British baby Charlie Gard

Posted July 04, 2017 06:51:14 Photo: Charlie Gard has been at the centre of a legal battle between his parents and medical specialists. (Facebook: Charlie Gard) Related Story: Court orders brain-damaged baby kept alive amid legal wrangle over experimental treatment US President Donald Trump has offered to help a terminally ill British baby, saying on Twitter: “If we can help little #CharlieGard, as per our friends in the UK and the Pope, we would be delighted to do so.” The baby, 10-month-old Charlie Gard, has been at the centre of…

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Germany bus crash: Multiple deaths, dozens injured in Bavaria

Germany bus crash: Multiple deaths, dozens injured in Bavaria

Berlin: Numerous people have died when a coach burst into flames after colliding with a truck in the German state of Bavaria on Monday, a spokesman for the German government has confirmed. Thirty-one people have been injured, many of them seriously, following the early morning collision on the A9 motorway near the town of Muenchberg. Play VideoDon’t Play Up Next Indian PM plays Darth Vadar theme at corruption speech Play VideoDon’t Play More World News Videos Previous slideNext slide German bus crash: Multiple deaths, dozens … German bus crash: Multiple deaths, dozens injured…

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