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Finding Inspiration in Face of Alzheimer’s: ‘A Caregiver’s Journey’ Looks at Life With Disease
Congratulations to ACFF grants recipient 2022
Canada Learning Bond
How toddler-mother attachment impacts adolescent brain and behavior
Childhood trauma and genetics linked to increased obesity risk
Challenge attitudes, help to break biases on International Women’s Day
Researchers Explore Role of Black Female Principal in Schools
Study Suggests New Method for Measuring Quality of Life in Children with Severe Epilepsies
Five ways women can champion their own health
Pandemic-Related School Closings Likely to Have Far-Reaching Effects on Child Well-Being
Effects of pediatric critical illness on absenteeism
With no options left, patient feels lucky to be living thanks to VAD
Pandemic family stress leads to sleep problems for boys
NTPS General Enterprise Agreement Approved
‘Disability reminds us that there is no such thing as normal’
Researcher envisions Siri-like assistants and VR travel for older people and their caregivers
Westpac New Zealand announces solid financial result
Westpac NZ gives staff extra five days of leave for wellbeing
Children orphaned due to Covid continues to surge during pandemic
New assessment tool finds 1 in 3 kids with food allergies say they’ve been bullied because of their condition
Is hybrid work model inclusive? Not necessarily
Youngest youngsters least willing to get Covid jab
Ministers Issue Statement on Women’s Economic Empowerment Post-Covid 28 September
LEGO Foundation becomes single largest private sector contributor to UNICEF’s COVID response with $70 million donation
Proclamation on National Grandparents Day, 2021
As dementia’s toll rises, new study reveals major gaps in who gets care that could help them remain at home
Few US workers aware of COVID sick leave protections
FACT SHEET: Build Back Better Investments in Care Will Boost Economic Growth and Help Businesses Thrive
Black students disproportionately disciplined with suspensions and detentions in elementary school
17-year study of children associates poverty with smaller, slower-growing subcortical regions
Non-recommended milk being provided to young children
City of Hope researchers develop miniature brain models to study causes of Alzheimer’s and to test drugs
Global study estimates 1.5 million children have lost caregiver from COVID-19
Virtual schooling exposes digital challenges for Black families, University of Missouri study finds
NSW Government expands parental leave
Latinas were more likely than other groups to drop out of workforce during pandemic, UCLA study finds
Intravenous passport improves experience of sick children
WFP feeds more than one million in Tigray, but needs support to reach more
Parents abused as children may pass on emotional issues
Comprehensive NICU discharge planning essential for at-home readiness
Without access to vaccines, COVID will continue widening inequality everywhere
As many as 43,000 U.S. children have lost a parent to COVID-19
Programs can reduce impact of racism on Black youth
114 million children still out of classroom in Latin America and Caribbean
$5M Mastercard grant funds diversity at Weill Cornell
Stanford-led study highlights importance of letting kids take lead
UNDP calls for temporary basic income to help world’s poorest women cope with effects of COVID-19 pandemic
Latter-day Saint Charities commits US$20 million in support of UNICEF’s global COVID-19 response