nhadmin

When Chrystia Freeland revealed the Liberal government’s 2021 budget, which included an ambitious five-year plan for improving child care costs and access across the country, it was met with equal parts excitement and skepticism. After all, Canadians have heard this before, especially those of us who pay exorbitant daycare fees in cities like Toronto and Vancouver.
0 Comments
While the earlier waves of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic relatively spared children, some of the affected children have developed a systemic inflammatory condition, with occasionally fatal outcomes. Called multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), its pathogenesis and risk factors are the subject of a new study on the medRxiv* preprint server. MIS-C MIS-C
0 Comments
May 21 2021 Researchers from The University of Western Australia have discovered children can successfully comprehend and create novel human communication systems. Image Credit: The University of Western Australia The study, published in Child Development, could help shed light on how new languages are created. Related Stories A team from UWA’s School of Psychological Science
0 Comments
Studies have shown that children can experience post-viral syndromes after a severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection. However, the extent to which children are affected by this long COVID syndrome in which symptoms can continue for over 12 weeks is unclear. Currently available evidence is limited to selective clinical populations with no control
0 Comments
Mistrust in local and national governments is slowing down child vaccination progress in Africa, which has half of the world’s unvaccinated and undervaccinated children, a study shows. According to World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, vaccination prevents two to three million deaths annually worldwide from diseases such as tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), influenza and measles but
0 Comments
HuffPostThose caring for colicky babies need mental health support, whether they’re grappling with full-blown postpartum depression or just struggling to find their footing emotionally. May is Maternal Mental Health Month, so HuffPost Parenting and Wellness are shining a light on postpartum well-being. From how new moms handle those early days as parents while struggling with
0 Comments
cottonbro/Pexels After seeing your positive pregnancy test, you probably have lots of questions and even more feelings. There’s no doubt about it ’ taking a pregnancy test can be scary. Not like someone jumping out at you when you least expect it scary, but anxiety-inducing scary. If you’ve been trying to conceive, you’re undoubtedly keeping
0 Comments
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt has launched a study to determine the impact of a predictive model for identifying pediatric patients at risk for developing blood clots or venous thromboembolisms (VTEs). The study uses advanced predictive analytics to inform medical teams of patients at risk for blood clots before they happen. Hospital-associated blood
0 Comments
Amy Sussman via Getty ImagesMindy Kaling is mom to 8-month-old Spencer and 3-year-old Katherine.  Mindy Kaling understands the frustrating obstinacy of toddlers, especially at mealtime. While her son Spencer is only 8 months old, her daughter Katherine is a full-on “threenager.” “She’s 3, and she’s really flexing right now,” the actor and writer told HuffPost
0 Comments
Wearing masks and quarantining while sick has helped mitigate the spread of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). An indirect benefit of these efforts appears to be a decrease in flu cases and other respiratory infections. New research led by Lisa G. Winston of the University of California, San Francisco, confirmed COVID-19 public
0 Comments
It’s hard to describe what it’s like to have a sister to those who lack the experience. But the funny folks of Twitter have come pretty close. We’ve rounded up 30 funny and relatable tweets about life with sisters. Enjoy! My sister asked if I stole her cream sweater. Uh, yeah. Who else would’ve stolen
0 Comments