Hundreds of children are being abducted and forced to serve as fighters for the shadowy Lord's Resistance Army in Central Africa. Anneke Van Woudenberg, a senior Africa researcher at Human Rights Watch, speaks with anchor Jeb Sharp.
Vietnamese immigrants in California have hired a white American man to teach Buddhism to their kids because they think they will relate to the teacher and to his English. Lisa Napoli reports from Long Beach.
Environmental journalist Fred Pearce says women all over the world are consciously chosing to have fewer kids, including Iran. Now Iran has a plan to boost its population. Anchor Marco Werman has details.
Summer camp has been a tradition for generations of American kids. Camps can also be therapeutic. Six years ago, a non -profit organization started overnight camps designed for the children of U.S. service members. The World's Katy Clark takes us to one.
Genetic tests can tell people whether they and their children are at risk of getting certain diseases. But that knowledge can come at a price. Anchor David Baron speaks with Brazilian genetic counselor, Mayana Zatz.
Midwives have helped the women of rural Mexico to give birth. But that's a tradition that's dying out, as more women deliver their babies in hospitals. Reporter Monica Ortiz Uribe found one clinic where Mexican women can still learn to become midwives.
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