Brain & Behavior Research Foundation eNews, www.bbrfoundation.org, June 4, 2020
Women who develop a COVID-19 infection during the early months of pregnancy have more to worry about than their own health. They must also worry about whether or how their infection will affect the fetus as it develops in the womb.
In such situations, any impact will depend on numerous factors, among which are the timing of the infection and the mother’s nutrition.
COVID-19 is usually not transmitted directly to the fetus.more » Read More
Childmind.org, Supporting your children during scary times
With protests over the violent deaths of black Americans dominating the news, it’s understandable that many kids are feeling scared, confused or angry about the situation. How can parents, many of whom are struggling themselves, help children process what they’re seeing and manage their feelings?
There’s no one right answer. That said, there are a few guidelines parents can keep in mind to help kids deal with troubling news about race and violence.more » Read More
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Week 2: Team captain with most money raised: $50.00 Gift Card to Starbucks and Panera Bread Certificate 1 Free salad a month for a full year
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The New York Times, By Kelly DiNardo, Illustrations by Todd Detwiler, May 23, 2020Whether you are hunched over a laptop in a makeshift work space or slouched on the couch binge-watching TV, you know — and can feel — that sitting for long periods can sabotage your health. From head to toe, these simple exercises can provide relief, more » Read More