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WHO: “Children 0-4 Should Learn to Masturbate & About Gender Identities!”

The World Health Organization, despite seemingly being lapdogs for communist China, has somehow attracted further ire as their Regional Office for Europe and Federal Centre for Health Education released a document suggesting that children aged 0-4 should learn “enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body, early childhood masturbation” and gain “the right to explore […]
Tags: Europe, Politics, Education, Children, Law, Sex, China, Lgbt, International, Who, World Health Organization, Anime, Federal Centre for Health Education


Responding to medical students’ concerns and anxieties during these unprecedented times

Everyone is in the same situation across the country in these unprecedented times. What a statement. A statement that every medical student has undoubtedly heard in utter multitude during these times of virtual medical curricula in place of clinical curricula — of canceled steps, levels, CKs, PE, and CS. It has no doubt been challenging […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Education, Infectious Disease, Medical School, PA NP, CRNA, COVID-19 Coronavirus


4 Ways to Help Those in Need — From Home

Spend your money where it counts the most!
Tags: Shopping, College, Slow Fashion, Remote, Shopping Guide, Ethical Fashion


Mind hack: 7 secrets to learn any new language

Canadian polyglot Steve Kaufmann has learned parts of 20 languages. He's come up with seven tips to help anyone attempting to learn a new language in their spare time. First, you must commit the time and keep motivated. If you don't enjoy the process of learning a language, you probably won't get very far. Maintaining a positive attitude is key. The sense of achievement in mastering a language is a profoundly positive experience. Focusing, at first, on vocabulary rather than grammar will help yo...
Tags: Travel, Motivation, Technology, Learning, Education, Identity, Writing, Memory, Success, Communication, Intelligence, Hack, Teaching, Brain, Language, Grammar


'I feel I've come home': can forest schools help heal refugee children?

They have a middle-class reputation, but one outdoor school near Nottingham is reconnecting disadvantaged 10-year-olds with nature and a sense of freedomWhen Kate Milman was 21, she paused her English degree at the University of East Anglia to join protests against the Newbury bypass. It was 1996, and the road was being carved out through idyllic wooded countryside in Berkshire. She took up residence in a treehouse, in the path of the bulldozers, and lived there for months. It was a revelation. ...
Tags: Family, Education, Children, Environment, Life and style, Society, Trees and forests, Schools, Nottingham, Parents and parenting, University of East Anglia, Newbury, School funding, Kate Milman


The Coronavirus Is Widening the Class Divide in Education

Some private schools provide online luxury learning during the pandemic. As many public schools struggle to adjust, the nation’s educational gaps widen.
Tags: News, Education, E-learning, Chicago (Ill, Education (K-12, Shutdowns (Institutional, Philadelphia (Pa, Private and Sectarian Schools, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Spruance Elementary


Building Your Resilience: Finding Meaning in Adversity–Take a Free & Timely Course Online

The Great Courses has made available a free and rather timely course--Building Your Resilience: Finding Meaning in Adversity. Divided into 24 lectures and taught by Molly Birkholm, the course gets introduced with the following text: Recent research shows that we grow into our best and most joyful selves not when we avoid our problems but when we embrace them, confident that we are resilient enough to work through them to an appropriate resolution. Our problems are an important part of our path. ...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Google, Facebook, College, Online Courses, Facebook Twitter, Robert Wright, Free Online Version of Yale, Elizabeth Gilbert Jack Kornfield Susan David, Molly Birkholm, Birkholm, Harvard University What Are the Keys


Building Your Resilience: Finding Meaning in Adversity–A Free 24-Lecture Course

The Great Courses has made available a free and rather timely course--Building Your Resilience: Finding Meaning in Adversity. Divided into 24 lectures and taught by Molly Birkholm, the course gets introduced with the following text: Recent research shows that we grow into our best and most joyful selves not when we avoid our problems but when we embrace them, confident that we are resilient enough to work through them to an appropriate resolution. Our problems are an important part of our path. ...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Google, Facebook, College, Online Courses, Facebook Twitter, Robert Wright, Free Online Version of Yale, Elizabeth Gilbert Jack Kornfield Susan David, Molly Birkholm, Birkholm, Harvard University What Are the Keys



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