1 in every 1000 babies in the UK is born with Down’s syndrome. 90% of women in the UK choose to terminate the pregnancy based on knowledge of this condition and the new highly accurate diagnostic test , which will be made available on the NHS from this year, could lead to even more terminations. […]
A Somerset mum has taken to Twitter with the hashtag #FindBlueTed in a bid to find her son’s teddy that was lost during a weekend visit to Bournemouth. Shelley Marsh was on a trip to Bournemouth last week with three-year-old Sonny when Blue Ted went missing. The teddy, which also belonged to Mrs Marsh’s husband beforehand, is now […]
Frequently asked questions: Co-parenting Co-parenting can be quite daunting if you don’t know who can help or where to go to start your journey in finding the perfect parenting partner. To help, we’ve put together the most frequently asked questions. What is co-parenting? This describes a parenting situation where the man and women are […]
Child abuse charities in Dorset are calling on internet search engines to restrict access to online pornography. The Butterfly Foundation and Dorset Action on Abuse both told Buzz News they’re in support of a campaign for sites like Google to crack down on illegal and legal porn images. It comes after a court heard Mark Bridger, […]
A schoolgirl has taken one step further towards raising money for disadvantaged children in Kenya.
Elyshia Neal, of Wyke Regis, Weymouth, organised an evening of dance in the hope of raising more than £200 to support orphaned children.
Ask any mother up a school, at a ballet class, at a football game, they will all reply – “I want my child, to STAY a child, for as long as they will.” Celebrities on the other hand may as well log on and tweet “anyone know of any billion pound medication to make my […]