The girl was attacked when a group of youngsters were sleeping over at the home of a young mum. A drunk year-old boy sexually abused a sleeping year-old girl after getting into her bed during a sleep-over. The boy, from Coventry, persuaded the mum that he was allowed to drink cider at home, so she told him he could have two cans of Strongbow. During the evening, the year-old girl, who was to share a double bed with a ten-year-old, went to bed early, the Coventry Telegraph reported. That girl recalled waking to find the boy next to her in the bed and, as she was lying face-down, he was sexually abusing her. The younger girl told their host something was going on — and as she went to check the boy fled to the bathroom, leaving his victim so distraught that it took 40 minutes to calm her down.
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Slightly more than a quarter of school-aged children and 45 percent of teens do not sleep enough. Maria M. Wong, a professor in the department of psychology at the university. According to data from , one in 10 eighth graders and more than a third of 12th graders used alcohol in the past month. The figures for illicit drug use may be lower but still alarming to parents: Eight percent of eighth graders and a quarter of 12th graders reported using one or more illicit drugs during the last 30 days.
Enter keyword s to search for the articles,events,business listing and community content. You can use letters:a-z,A-Z and numbers The year-old girl was drifting to sleep on her Alaska Airlines flight from Portland to Anchorage Tuesday when she felt a hand that wasn't hers grab her thigh.
If you're a student, you know finals are looming over the skies and the forecast calls for endless all-nighters. For those lucky enough to be in the "real world," tomorrow will be just another day where most of us sacrifice sleep for getting our work done. After countless nights of little to no sleep, and the circus of our personal responsibilities, we seldom stop to think about how much sleep deprivation is actually affecting us and our environment. We've heard what we now consider the basics : lack of sleep puts you in a bad mood, makes you think slower, could have long-term side-effects, etc. But, here's a real wake-up call: sleeplessness and driving is a combination as serious as driving under the influence of alcohol.