Month: March 2022

Learn how to play dreidel, the classic Hanukkah game, in four easy steps. Bonus: The reason we play dreidel in the first place! Playing dreidel is a traditional game for kids and adults to play at Hanukkah, an annual holiday celebrated by Jewish people in late November or December (but please, don’t call it Jewish
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Today we want to prove to you that fun comes in any size. That’s why we decided to pay our utmost attention to detail and create miniature DIY projects. So is. Create beautiful sculptures and landscapes using little ones. These ideas are great if you’re a stickler for detail and like building and craft challenges.
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In a recent study posted to the Research Square* preprint server, researchers evaluated the association between breastmilk feeding and the time of maternal severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection during pregnancy and the rooming-in status during the hospitalization for delivery. Study: Breastmilk feeding of infants at birth among people with confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection
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Soy molasses and kudzu roots contain isoflavonoids with high antioxidant and cytotoxic activity, scientists have discovered. Substances can help fight cancer, especially when chemotherapy or surgery to remove metastases can be dangerous. A description of the study was published in the journal Plants. The isoflavonoids in soy molasses and kudzu roots are phytoestrogens that mimic
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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine has been recognized as one of the best medical schools in the nation, ranking 17th among research-oriented institutions, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, released today. These year’s U.S. News rankings include several institutions with ties: Feinberg was ranked immediately after a three-way tie for
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PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!! http://bit.ly/2hxBhU7 and turn on Post Notifications 🙂 #handsanitizer #coronavirus Disclaimer: This is not medical advice. I just couldn’t find any antibacterial hand sanitizer since it was sold out at stores due to the coronavirus. So I wanted to make my own. 1 Cup 91-Percent Isopropyl Alcohol 1/2 Cup Aloe Vera 15-Drops of Tea
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Wylie James Prescott, 3, had to wait more than a year after his autism diagnosis to begin behavioral therapy, even though research shows early treatment of autism can be crucial for children’s long-term development. His mother, Brandie Kurtz, said his therapy wasn’t approved through Georgia’s Medicaid program until recently, despite her continued requests. “I know
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Use of disinfectants by pregnant women may be a risk factor for asthma and eczema in their children, finds a population study, published online in Occupational & Environmental Medicine. Disinfectants are used frequently in hospitals and other medical facilities, and the covid-19 pandemic has led to an increase in their use in medical settings and
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Shake off the winter blues and try any of these fun, spring activities that will have you and the kiddos enjoying the fresh air. Photo Gallery 50 fun, free spring activities 1 / 50 Photo: iStockphoto 1. Blow bubbles Stay in touch Subscribe to Today’s Parent’s daily newsletter for our best parenting news, tips, essays
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Image: Shutterstock Brownies, cookies, cakes, and pizzas are favorites for most children. But one thing that they enjoy more than eating is baking. Baking recipes for kids can encourage their creativity and imagination. To help along, we bring you some irresistibly delicious and sweet baking recipes that need fewer ingredients and easy baking. Delicious Baking
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