Month: November 2020

UniSA researchers are evaluating a new vaccination education initiative – the COVID-19 Peer Hub – to help immunization and public health professionals to tackle the emerging dangers of vaccine hesitancy amid the pandemic. From March to April 2020, more than 50 per cent of immunization programs around the world have reported significant disruptions to their
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Toddlers between the ages of one and three years need 11 to 14 hours of sleep (1). The sleeping hours are distributed between their daytime naps and nighttime sleep. However, the bulk of their sleep consists of nighttime sleep, thus making it essential to maintain a bedtime routine for toddlers
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Tidy up! Your bedroom is your sanctuary. It’s the place where you sleep, rest, study, get ready. As an important part of your life, you should always keep it organized and clean, and it should reflect your personality. You don’t have to be an interior decorator to make a room look pretty. We’ll show you
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Image: Shutterstock Hungarians, also known as Magyars, are the indigenous people of Hungary, which is called Magyarorszag by the Hungarians. Their official language is Hungarian —the most widely spoken Uralic language in the world. Most Hungarian names come from this language. The Hungarian names have family names first. Some surnames or family names are derived
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Ah, it’s finally time for a sweet video filled with scrumptious desserts. Do you have a sweet tooth? If you do, you’ll be very happy after watching this video! Today we bring you tons of delicious and creative ideas to try in the kitchen. These desserts aren’t just tasty, they’re also so unique! To begin,
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Nov 27 2020 A Monash University project will look at reducing the long-term risk of adolescent mental health problems by enhancing parents’ ability to support their children throughout the pandemic. A digital mental health project led by researchers from the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences and the Faculty of Information Technology, received a
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Decreases in hospital attendances and admissions amid fears of COVID-19 may result in avoidable harm for under 16s say researchers, who warn against the “unintended consequences of pandemic control measures”. Research led by Dr Rachel Isba from Lancaster University, Dr Rachel Jenner from Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, and Dr Marc Auerbach from Yale University analyzed
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WINNER: JOHN TALBOT – Please email us at TheParentingChannel305@gmail to confirm your email address .. This video shows you how to enter our next Monster Tail Giveaway. A Monster Tail Kit and 2 bags of bands. 1) Go to http://www.theparentingchannel.net/ Scroll down to the Contest Entry. 2) Follow the entry steps. 3) We’d love you
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Tibet is known for its high altitudes and rich cultural history. The Tibetans are an ethnic group native to Tibet, an East-Asian region. The Tibetan diaspora is found in parts of China, Nepal, Bhutan, India, Pakistan, and western countries, such as the United States. Sherpa is one of the Tibetan
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Eating disorders are mental health problems that affect people across ages. They often develop during teenage and early adulthood and are common among adolescents (1). An eating disorder is usually marked by erratic eating habits and unhealthy behavior towards food. Early identification and prompt treatment of eating disorders could prevent
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