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Many youths experience post-traumatic stress after natural disasters, study finds

March 02, 2021 1 min read Source/Disclosures Disclosures: Lai reports holding the position of Buehler Sesquicentennial Assistant Professor Chair at Boston College during the conduct of the study. Please see the study for all other authors’ relevant financial disclosures. ADD TOPIC TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles…

‘It was a shocker’: Front-line health-care worker’s family hit by COVID-19

When Anissa Khan’s father starting feeling sick, she immediately told him to go get tested for COVID-19.Khan had already tested positive herself, and her mother was quite ill with the virus too.“He said that he felt like he’s coming down with something … I had originally tested positive before him and I told him go get tested because mine…

A mechanism by which cells build ‘mini-muscles’ underneath their nucleus identified

Research groups at the University of Helsinki uncovered how motor protein myosin, which is responsible for contraction of skeletal muscles, functions also in non-muscle cells to build contractile structures at the inner face of the cell membrane. This is the first time when such ‘mini-muscles’, also known as stress fibers, have been seen to emerge…

Explosive site names hundreds of schools

Parents are pulling their kids out of schools as an explosive new website names hundreds of institutions where students say there’s a disturbing problem.WARNING: DistressingThousands of students from across every part of Australia have spoken out about a chilling culture of normalised rape and sexual assault in our schools – as horrified parents…

NKF launches patient network, first national registry for all stages of kidney disease

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Stressed and Distracted, Kids and Their Teachers Say Virtual Learning Isn’t Working

TUESDAY, March 2, 2021 — For Morgan Compton, 7, who has attended school remotely for nearly a year, the stress of the pandemic manifests itself in meltdowns.On one particular day, Morgan “threw a fit and decided to go upstairs,” said her mother, Tracy Compton. Hearing the sound of his daughter’s tears, Compton’s husband, John, who also works…

High fat diets may over-activate destructive heart disease protein

Consumption of a high fat diet may be activating a response in the heart that is causing destructive growth and lead to greater risk of heart attacks, according to new research.In a paper published in Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, researchers looked at the effect of feeding mice a high fat diet on oxidative stress levels on heart…

Sick culture exposed at Aussie schools

Parents are pulling their kids out of schools as an explosive new website names hundreds of institutions where students say there is a disturbing problem.WARNING: DistressingThousands of students from across every part of Australia have spoken out about a chilling culture of normalised rape and sexual assault in our schools – as horrified parents…

1/3 of young people are addicted to their phones – here’s how to break up with your device

How many times a day do you find yourself mindlessly picking up your phone? If you regularly get the uncontrollable itch to check your notifications when you should be doing something else, you’re not alone.A new study has found that a third of young people, aged 18-30, have reported symptoms of smartphone addiction – and researchers say that the…

Why a Halifax psychologist says more guidance is needed for Canadian parents during COVID-19

A psychologist and associate professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax says public health departments across the country could be doing more to support parents by providing them with guidance around keeping their kids healthy during the pandemic.Her comments come as COVID-19 in many parts of Canada hits the one-year mark.“For some parents, it’s…

Weekend lockdown in Paris would be ‘inhumane’, says mayor

The mayor of Paris has described as “inhumane” plans to force the city into weekend lockdowns to combat the continuing spread of Covid-19.Anne Hidalgo has vehemently opposed government plans to shut down the city and its suburbs at the end of the week, saying its residents, most of whom live in apartments with no outside space, “need a horizon”…

‘It has been difficult’: classical musicians on their Covid delivery jobs

The arts have been one of the industries hardest hit by the pandemic, with many livelihoods largely destroyed the moment the prime minister advised people to stay away from venues in mid-March last year. The scale of the problem was underlined when it emerged at the weekend that Richard Harrington, an actor known for roles in Poldark, Hinterland and…

How to use aromatherapy to boost your mood in lockdown

Lighting a scented candle or positioning a reed diffuser to fill your home with a pleasant fragrance is a regular occurrence for many of us, but did you know scents can have a powerful effect on your emotions?From energising in the morning to calming at night, essential oils can help modulate your mood, which is particularly useful at the moment with…

‘I don’t have money for food’: millions of unemployed in US left without benefits

Before the pandemic hit Stephanie Gaither worked as a driver for Uber and Lyft in Indianapolis, Indiana, making around $600 to $900 weekly. Now she is facing eviction and has her utilities shut off.Like millions of other Americans who have seen their work dry up as the virus has spread, Gaither has fallen through the huge holes in the US’s unemployment…

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