Month: December 2021

Although the cleaning routine is one of the most tedious activities, today we can make this moment something easy and fast. Prevent dirt from accumulating and keep shiny all the corners and smallest places in your living room. Use these cleaning ideas to save time and become a total cleaning expert. We even have many
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The current coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), has resulted in approximately 5.42 million deaths and over 286 million confirmed cases. The first instances of COVID-19 were reported in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, in December 2019, with the majority of those affected having worked in a seafood and animal
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Image: iStock The first date, the first kiss, first red rose. Teenage is about so many firsts. Isn’t it? Teenage romance is vulnerable, innocent, and uber-cute. If violins are playing in your head when you are around your crush or special someone, there are fair chances you are hit by the cupid. And if you
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Michael Berman via Getty Images If the pizza brings you joy, just eat it. Those vague and lofty New Year’s resolutions — “Eat better” or “Be healthy” — often don’t last past January. Why not keep it simple this year? We talked to nutritionists nationwide for their suggestions on smart, doable resolutions to take nourishing
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If some unexpected guests come to your Christmas dinner and you don’t have a gift for them, don’t worry. Do not lose your calm, we’ll teach you the best tricks to give last minute gifts in seconds. Prepare to transform anything into a beautiful detail to make your family happy. With these DIY holiday crafts,
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Image: iStock Are you boarding a flight with your little one? As the plane takes off, children may amuse themselves by observing the sky, moving clouds, and exploring the front pockets (1). However, if it is a long-haul flight, they may get restless. Limited legroom, cramped spaces, and limited mobility make children fussy. It may
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Researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health found marked decreases in orphanhood particularly double orphanhood, among adolescents in Rakai, Uganda, corresponding with the availability of antiretroviral therapy (ART) beginning in 2004 and of male medical circumcision in 2007. Until now, little had been known about the contribution of HIV combination prevention including ART
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Children and staff who repeatedly test negative for COVID-19 after contact with someone who has the illness can safely remain in school if universal masking programs are in place, according to a new “test-to-stay” study report from the ABC Science Collaborative. The finding provides a safe alternative to quarantining people who have been exposed to
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Image: iSock IN THIS ARTICLE Babies start experiencing gas a few days or weeks after birth. It usually resolves by itself at six to seven months but may last for longer. A common cause of gassiness in babies is air swallowed while feeding or crying. For breastfed babies, the mother’s diet may also cause gassiness
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Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE Problem-solving preschool activities are an essential part of learning, leading to the development of the most crucial skills for your child. Your child’s journey between realizing a problem and finding a solution involves efforts, thinking, and patience. What comes in between realization and solution is important to understand, as it
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There are many different ways to do your part in making the world a bit greener. One of them is recycling and reusing as much as you can! You might be wondering how to start, and that’s where this video comes in. Today we’re going to show you a bunch of hacks and DIYs that
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As of December 28, 2021, over 282 million people have been infected with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) worldwide, of which over 5.4 million have died. In children, SARS-CoV-2 infection is usually asymptomatic or mild, which is in contrast to older individuals, who are associated with a greater risk of hospitalization and
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Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE Hiccups are the repeated contractions of the diaphragm (1). These contractions cause the vocal cords to shut, creating the characteristic ‘hic’ sound. Newborns get hiccups frequently, and it is usually not a cause for concern until your baby is a year old. However, if the hiccups seem odd or are
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