Month: October 2021

Image: Shutterstock Your teen’s bedroom can reveal a lot about their personality. Thus, the room must reflect their true nature and complement their personality. Furthermore, its style should be easily adaptable to accommodate your teen’s changing needs as they grow. Do these seem like a huge task? Bid goodbye to your worries as we share
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Since March 2020, parents, educators, and politicians have debated whether to send children to school in person during the COVID-19 pandemic. New research suggests that in most regions, with the exception of the South, opening schools for in-person learning was not associated with an increase in COVID-19 case rates in the community. The results of
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Andrew C. Glatz, MD, an internationally recognized expert in pediatric interventional cardiology, has been selected to lead the Division of Pediatric Cardiology in the Department of Pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He also will become the Louis Larrick Ward Professor of Pediatrics and treat patients at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
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New research addresses the misconception that children are less susceptible to infection with the new coronavirus. According to a recent report in JAMA Pediatrics, children and adults have similar risks of becoming infected with SARS-CoV-2, but a much larger proportion of infected children do not show symptoms of COVID-19. When one household member is infected,
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Image: iStock Eating habits change during adolescence and often become erratic. It’s because teens tend to eat most of their meals outside the home, where their food choices are driven by convenience and peer influence(1). Also, most teens choose foods based on appearance and taste rather than their nutritional value. In such scenarios, merely instructing
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Public health message designed to reduce parents’ purchases of sugar-sweetened beverages marketed as fruit drinks or children – convinced a significant percentage of parents to avoid those drinks, according to a study by researchers at the University of Washington and the University of Pennsylvania. The UW-led study set out to assess the effect of culturally
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According to ARRS’ American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), radiologists need to be cognizant of the association between coronavirus disease (COVID-19) mRNA vaccination and myocarditis, as well as the role of cardiac MRI for assessing suspected myocarditis postvaccination. “In this small case series, all patients with myocarditis after COVID-19 vaccination were adolescent males and had a
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Cleaning your home is not always a fun task, but you can indeed use some cleaning ideas to save time and finish your cleaning routine faster. If you want to discover how to make cleaning a quick activity, stay and watch this video. Go prepare your cleaning products and tools. And if you like these
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Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE Toddlers feel excited for birthdays, due to all the special treatment, balloons, cake, and other celebrations on their big day. Birthday parties develop their socializing skills while letting them have fun. Keeping toddlers engaged in any one activity for long is impossible, as their attention span is quite short. Toddlers
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Image: Shutterstock The largest Caribbean Island, Cuba, is situated in the north of the Caribbean Sea. A beautiful island country with Havana as its capital city, Cuba is known for its picturesque beaches, architectural marvels, rum, cigars, and people. Cuba is proud of having a blend of people with surnames whose roots can be traced
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Once the border opens on Nov. 8, fully vaccinated Canadians—including those with mixed vaccines—will be allowed entry. This article was published on October 27. As the border situation is always evolving, please check with Canadian and U.S authorities’ sites for the latest information before travelling. On Nov. 8, the U.S. reopens its land border, welcoming
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When given cash with no strings attached, low- and middle-income parents increased their spending on their children, according to Washington State University research. The study, published in the journal Social Forces, also found that the additional funding had little impact on child-related expenditures of high-income parents. For the study, WSU sociologist Mariana Amorim analyzed spending
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What’s Halloween without spooky fun spent with monsters, pumpkins and one particularly famous friendly ghost? Here are a few flicks the whole family can enjoy together! [embedded content] 1. Goosebumps (2015) Starring: Jack Black, Dylan Minnette and Odeya RushSummary: When the famous Goosebumps monsters are accidentally unleashed from their fictitious tales, it’s up to two
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The exciting months leading up to your baby’s arrival are a whirlwind of planning and preparation. From choosing a name to creating a baby registry, there are so many exciting choices to make! And let’s not forget all the options when it comes to decorating the nursery. Instagram is full of ideas and Pinterest is
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