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Pediatrics Group: Academic, Mental And Physical Benefits Of In-Person School Outweigh Coronavirus Risks

(CNN) — As states grapple with how to safely start the upcoming school year, the American Academy of Pediatrics is pushing for students to be physically present in classrooms rather than continue in remote learning for the sake of their well-being. The group, which represents and guides pediatricians across the country, updated its back-to-school recommendations to say evidence shows the academic, mental and physical benefits of in-person learning outweigh the risks from the coronavirus. “The AA...
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Coronavirus live news: China reports most cases since April as Chile minister resigns

Australian state of Victoria to allow 50 people in pubs and eateries; Egypt sees record daily infections and deaths; Lebanese protesters call for government to resign. Follow the latest updatesChief nurse dropped from No 10 briefing ‘for not backing Cummings’Brazil overtakes UK with world’s second-highest Covid-19 death tollSee all our coronavirus coverageBeijing reimposes lockdown measures after new Covid-19 outbreak 3.27am BST Australian Trade Minister Simon Birmingham hopes China agrees t...
Tags: UK, Australia, Mexico, China, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Egypt, Infectious Diseases, Chile, Brazil, Victoria, Birmingham, Cummings, AAP


‘Drowning Is Quick And It’s Silent’: 9 Out Of 10 Drowning Deaths Happen While Child Is Supervised

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — For some, it may be hard to imagine how a child can drown when they are surrounded by family and friends, but data shows it’s all too common. The American Academy of Pediatrics issued a warning last week about an increased risk of drownings amid COVID-19 as kids are spending more time at home with parents and caregivers distracted by work and other responsibilities. Drowning is the leading cause of death for kids younger than five, and the third leading cause of death for ki...
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Australia coronavirus live: national death toll reaches 52 as police warn people to stay at home – latest updates

Pressure on the New South Wales government over Don Harwin after he was fined $1,000 for visiting holiday house. Follow the latest updates 2.35am BST If you haven’t already watched Scottish sports broadcaster Andrew Cotter’s commentary of his two labradors, Olive and Mabel, and their quiet battle over an orange rubber bone, I need to strongly insist you do so right now. It is, I assure you, an absolute tonic. My colleague Steph Harmon has written about it: Related: Coronavirus stars: BBC s...
Tags: Australia, Australia news, Bbc, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Qantas, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia, Mabel, AAP, Steph Harmon, Andrew Cotter, Gold Coast Airport


Coronavirus live updates: stock markets plunge on global recession fears

With cases spiking sharply across Europe and emergency measures in place from California to Saudi Arabia, investors have sent shares tumbling. Follow all the developments live. Leaked coronavirus plan to quarantine 16m sparks chaos in ItalyQuarter of Italy’s population put in quarantineVoices from the frontline against Covid-19Trump’s immigration policies ‘may put people at risk’Can a face mask stop it spreading? Coronavirus facts checked 11.28pm GMT Australian Unions will ask the federal go...
Tags: Europe, Business, California, France, Saudi Arabia, China, Economics, Australia news, Asia Pacific, Global Economy, Italy, Sydney, Australian economy, AAP, St Patrick, NSW Health


Australian news agency AAP to close, losing online media battle

Australian Associated Press (AAP) will close its news production and sub-editing businesses from June after losing its battle to compete with free online publishers, the 85-year old wire-service said on Tuesday.
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Smith ramps up pressure on Reed: "I don't have any sympathy for anyone that cheats"

Patrick Reed’s second practice swing brushed more sand away from the back of his ball Patrick Reed insists he will not allow fierce criticism of his actions in the Hero World Challenge to "derail" him in this week's Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne.But he is sure to face a difficult week Down Under after Australian Cameron Smith, a member of Ernie Els’ International team, brutall...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Henrik Stenson, Sergio Garcia, Pga Tour, European Tour, Patrick Reed, Jamie Donaldson, Smith, Bahamas, Pat, Donaldson, Reed, AAP, Cameron Smith, Eddie Pepperell


Study Reveals Explosive Growth In Screen Time By Toddlers

(CBS Local) — Toddlers are getting way too much screen time, according to research by the National Institutes of Health. Daily use of television, computers and mobile devices by children increased from 53 minutes at age 12 months to more than 150 minutes at 3 years old. Children of first-time mothers and children who were in home-based child care were found to have the most excessive screen use by age 8, the study found. Researchers also found that boys and twins were more likely to belong to th...
Tags: Health, New York, News, United States, Offbeat, AAP, Local TV, American Academy of Pediatrics, Yeung, Talkers, CBS Local Toddlers, National Institutes of Health Daily, Edwina Yeung


Start Teaching Your Kids to Swim at Age 1, According to the AAP

The American Academy of Pediatrics wants parents of kids of all ages to be vigilant about water safety, particularly toddlers and teenagers, who are at the greatest risk for drowning. But it may have also identified the sweet spot for when parents should begin swimming lessons for their kids—right at the child’s first…Read more...
Tags: Parenting, Safety, Lifehacks, Swimming, AAP, American Academy of Pediatrics, Drowning


Outdoor Updates: Grandmother moves into tree in an attempt to stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline

Grandmother moves into tree in an attempt to stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline A 44-year-old grandmother in Montgomery County, Va has taken up residence in a tree near Elliston, Va to protest the Mountain Valley Pipeline. The tree sits in the path of the pipeline, which will run 303 miles from northwestern West Virginia to southern Virginia. Crystal Jean Mello, a mother of two and grandmother of one, climbed the tree last Saturday. She says she has lived in Southwest Virginia for most of her ...
Tags: News, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Sport, Cycling, Epa, Trump, Chesapeake Bay, Nana, Southwest Virginia, AAP, Mountain Valley, Mountain Valley Pipeline, Newswire, Mello


Stop Letting Your Baby Sleep in a Car Seat Outside the Car

It may seem convenient to let your sleeping baby continue snoozing in their car seat after you’ve reached your destination, but this could be putting them at risk, says a new study published in the American Academy of Pediatrics journal.Read more...
Tags: Safety, Babies, Lifehacks, Infants, AAP, American Academy of Pediatrics, Car Seats


Pediatricians Urge Social Networks To Stop The Spread Of Anti-Vax Lies

"Our worst fears are being realized as measles outbreaks spread across the country," the AAP said.
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Western Sydney Wanderers boss Markus Babbel ready to control his emotions after one-match ban

Sydney FC recorded a 2-0 win in a derby where Wanderers coach Markus Babbel received a red card for dissent after a controversial VAR call went against his side. Tony Popovic started off his tenure as Perth boss with a well contested 1 - 1 draw with Western Sydney Wanderers at the nib Stadium. Western Sydney coach Markus Babbel insists he'll learn to control his emotions better but won't lose them after being suspended just two games into his A-League career. Babbel will be r...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, Sydney, Espn, Perth, Wellington, Western Sydney Wanderers, Sydney FC, Matildas, Australian A-League, Babbel, Wanderers, AAP, Tony Popovic, Markus Babbel


Australia, Germany, U.S., lobbying FIFA to allow referees to explain VAR decisions in-game

A penalty awarded after a VAR consultation proved the deciding factor in Mark Rudan's first game in charge of the Wellington Phoenix. Tony Popovic started off his tenure as Perth boss with a well contested 1 - 1 draw with Western Sydney Wanderers at the nib Stadium. Brisbane Roar wasted a host of chances against Central Coast Mariners on Sunday, having to eventually settle for a 1 - 1 draw. Melbourne City overcame local rivals Melbourne Victory after a contentious...
Tags: Australia, Football, Sport, Story, Fifa, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane Roar, Western Sydney Wanderers, Central Coast Mariners, Sydney FC, Australian A-League, Melbourne City, Wellington Phoenix, Blog - Fifa, Greg


A-League boss expects Usain Bolt to decide on contract offer 'in a matter of days or weeks'

Usain Bolt reviews his two-goal performance in a friendly win for Central Coast Mariners and his progress during his trial. Players from across the league share their thoughts on Usain Bolt's pursuit of a contract with the Central Coast Mariners. The head of the A-League Greg O'Rourke says Usain Bolt could decide within days whether to accept a contract offer from Central Coast Mariners. "I think it will be played out in a matter of days or weeks," O'Rourke told AAP on W...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, Espn, Bolt, Usain Bolt, Central Coast Mariners, Australian A-League, Greg, Rourke, AAP


How to Help Trans Children, According to Pediatricians

The American Academy of Pediatrics recently released a new policy statement about how to support children and teens who identify as transgender or who fall under an umbrella they call “gender diverse.”Read more...
Tags: Gender, Kids, Parenting, Children, Mental Health, Health Care, Lifehacks, AAP, Academy of Pediatrics


'I am not sure that is completely figured out yet': Amazon wants to streamline its sprawling ad business but buyers say navigating the e-commerce giant is still tough

Amazon is consolidating its ad business into one platform. The move is aimed at streamlining how advertisers work across different teams at Amazon, but agencies say that the platform is hard to navigate. Amazon's ad business sprawls across multiple groups that often overlap. As Amazon's advertising ambitions continue to swell, the company is revamping its advertising business to consolidate multiple advertising products. But some agencies say that there is still a lot of confusion about how a...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Trends, Merkle, Amg, Bowman, AAP, Amazon Amazon, Heller, Previously Amazon, Amazon Advertising, AMS, Amazon Media Group AMG, Amazon Marketing Services AMS, Eric Heller


Smartphones horrified me as a new parent — here's why I stopped worrying and learned to embrace kids' tech-filled futures

Smartphones and tablets are irresistible to children, but many parents aren't sure how to responsibly manage their use. Plus, scientists don't really know how using interactive screens influences brain development. Meanwhile, screen-time guidelines have struggled to keep pace. The good news: Experts are beginning to discover some potential benefits for kids from interactive media. This is an installment of Business Insider's "Your Brain on Apps" series that investigates how addictive apps can ...
Tags: Google, UK, Steve Jobs, US, Trends, World Health Organization, Ferguson, Silicon Valley, Pbs, Rogers, Elp, Don, Georgetown, Baby Einstein, Georgetown University, AAP


I was terrified that smartphones would harm my toddler, but the latest research suggests there are benefits

Smartphones and tablets are irresistible to children, but many parents aren't sure how to responsibly manage their use. Plus, scientists don't really know how using interactive screens influences brain development. Meanwhile, screen-time guidelines have struggled to keep pace. The good news: Experts are beginning to discover some potential benefits for kids from interactive media. This is an installment of Business Insider's "Your Brain on Apps" series that investigates how addictive apps can ...
Tags: Google, UK, Steve Jobs, US, Trends, World Health Organization, Ferguson, Silicon Valley, Pbs, Rogers, Elp, Don, Georgetown, Baby Einstein, Georgetown University, AAP


FFA needs to fix governance issues before hiring new coach - Kosmina

The FC crew aren't sure what to make of Ange Postecoglou's decision to quit as coach of Australia. Ange Postecoglou explains his demeanour over the past year after announcing his resignation as Australia head coach. After guiding Australia to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Ange Postecoglou announces his resignation as coach of the Socceroos. Australian football needs to let the dust settle on chaotic times before choosing a new national team coach, ex-Socceroos captain John...
Tags: Australia, Football, Sport, Story, Fifa, Sydney, Australian A-League, Ange Postecoglou, FFA, Socceroos, AAP, Graham Arnold, Kosmina, John Kosmina


3 Embarrassingly Low Dividend Stocks

Dividend stocks are a great way to build wealth in the long run, but only if you pick the right stocks. Some well-known companies, for instance, pay out only a measly portion of their profits to shareholders in dividends, while others have embarrassingly low yields that hardly match up to inflation -- let alone manage to supplement your income. Three such popular names that could do their shareholders a favor by being a little more generous with their dividend policies are Sherwin-Williams (NYS...
Tags: Energy, Finance, Materials, AAP, Sherwin Williams, V, and Utilities, Neha Chamaria, SHW, 2345519a-8f38-11e7-92e0-0050569d4be0


Pushing school start times to 8:30 a.m. could add $9 billion a year to the US economy

A study from the RAND Corporation and RAND Europe found delayed start times could add $83 billion to the US economy by 2027. The increases would come from improved high school graduation rates leading to better jobs and fewer costs associated with sleep-related car crashes, obesity, and mental illness. Schools may need to make short-term investments, but the long-term upsides could be worth it. A new study has discovered a simple way to add billions of dollars to the US economy: delay school ...
Tags: Europe, Cdc, US, America, Trends, Thailand, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Business Insider, American Medical Association, AAP, Rand Corporation, American Academy of Pediatrics AAP, Hafner, Judith Owens, Marco Hafner


2 Beaten Up Dividend Aristocrats: Are They Bargains?

Income-seeking investors love buying dividend aristocrats -- stocks that have increased their dividends for more than years -- so when their stock prices fall it's a good idea to look at buying them. As you can see below, automotive and industrial replacement parts distributor Genuine Parts Company (NYSE: GPC) and industrial supply company WW Grainger Inc (NYSE: GWW) have significantly underperformed the S & P 500 so far in 2017, with Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) playing a big role in both de...
Tags: Amazon, Finance, GPC, AAP, Orly, Genuine Parts Company NYSE, AMZN, AZO, Fast, Industrials, Lee Samaha, GWW, 444fddc8-8cdc-11e7-a5fb-0050569d4be0, WW Grainger Inc NYSE


Pushing school start times to 8:30 a.m. could add billions to the US economy

A study from the RAND Corporation and RAND Europe found delayed start times could add $83 billion to the US economy by 2027. The increases would come from improved high school graduation rates leading to better jobs and fewer costs associated with sleep-related car crashes, obesity, and mental illness. Schools may need to make short-term investments, but the long-term upsides could be worth it. A new study has discovered a simple way to add billions of dollars to the US economy: delay school ...
Tags: Europe, Cdc, US, America, Trends, Thailand, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Business Insider, American Medical Association, AAP, Rand Corporation, American Academy of Pediatrics AAP, Hafner, Judith Owens, Marco Hafner


Why American Eagle Outfitters, Advance Auto Parts, and Freeport-McMoRan Jumped Today

Wednesday was another relatively calm day for the stock market, although the business world had to deal with contentious news that involved several key industry leaders. Politics in Washington remained in turmoil as two business advisory councils to the White House came to an abrupt end amid controversy surrounding President Trump's response to the violence in Charlottesville over the weekend. With earnings season drawing to a close, the market continued to look relatively directionless, but new...
Tags: Washington, Finance, White House, Charlottesville, American Eagle, Consumer Goods, Trump, AAP, FCX, Dan Caplinger, AEO, Freeport McMoRan NYSE, American Eagle Outfitters NYSE, Freeport McMoRan Jumped Today, 54ad6332-82b6-11e7-8827-0050569d4be0, Shares of American Eagle Outfitters


What Happened in the Stock Market Today

After enjoying the biggest single-day gains of the summer on Monday, stocks waffled between positive and negative territory for most of Tuesday's trading. When all was said and done, the Dow Jones Industrial Average  (DJINDICES: ^DJI)  managed to eke out a tiny gain, while the S&P 500  (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC)  and Nasdaq Composite  (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC)  indexes incurred modest declines.Data source: Yahoo! Finance.Image source: Getty Images.Continue reading [Author: [email protected] (Steve Symingt...
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Why Advance Auto Parts Shares Are Spiraling 22% Lower

Shares of Advance Auto Parts (NYSE: AAP) , one of the industry's leading retailers of aftermarket automotive parts, tools, and accessories for the do-it-yourself (DIY) consumer, are spiraling 22% lower as of 10:45 a.m. EDT after the company released second-quarter results that had investors jumping ship.Considering Advance Auto Parts' 22% plunge Tuesday morning, you might expect a more drastic top and bottom-line decline than what's been reported. Advance's top-line revenue checked in at $2.26 ...
Tags: Finance, Consumer Goods, Daniel Miller, AAP, AMZN, 10% Promise, Advance Auto Parts NYSE, D99f5082-81cb-11e7-bf81-0050569d32b9


3 Billionaire Stocks for Retirees

One shortcut to finding great stock ideas is to simply mimic the masters. That's why we Fools regularly scour through Securities and Exchange Commission filings to see what our favorite billionaire investors have been buying and selling as of late.So which stocks have we uncovered that could be an ideal choice for an investor in their golden years? We posed that question to our team and they picked Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) , Advance Auto Parts (NYSE: AAP) , and Kroger (NYSE: KR) . Image ...
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Australian Gun Culture Part 12: Amnesty of 2017 Halfway Through

By Dean Weingarten Dean Weingarten Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- Australia is undergoing a gun “amnesty”, the first general one since 1996, when some of the most restrictive gun laws in the world were imposed on Australia.The federal guidelines were fast tracked by the hoplophobic Prime Minister, John Howard, with substantial aid by the anti-gun Australian media, during the emotional effect of the Port Arthur massacre.From sbs.com.au:Since being declared a month ago, 1700 rifles, 460 shotguns and ...
Tags: Guns, Australia, Department Of Defense, Paris, Farmers, Arizona, New South Wales, Pacific, John Howard, Amnesty, Tamworth, AAP, Wayne Hoffman, Gun Rights News, Firearm News, Dean Weingarten


FFA boss Steven Lowy meets with FIFA in bid to resolve governance issues

Football Federation Australia chairman Steven Lowy has held talks with FIFA officials in Zurich. Steven Lowy has met with FIFA ahead of the world governing body's intervention to sort out the stand-off over Australian football's governance. The Football Federation Australia chairman, who has been in Europe on business, jetted into Zurich the week before last and had talks with FIFA officials. AAP understands Lowy met with chief member associations officer Joyce Cook, soon after FIFA&ap...
Tags: Europe, Australia, Story, Soccer, Fifa, Zurich, Australian A-League, Blog - Fifa, FFA, AAP, Football Federation Australia, Lowy, Steven Lowy, Joyce Cook