Home Pregnancy parenting Baby Baby lekhaka-Shatavisha Chakravorty By Shatavisha Chakravorty on September 28, 2018 Can Vaccination Be Given If Your Baby Has Cold Or Cough? | Boldsky Every parent wants that his or her little one should be well immune to deal with the challenges of life. The most common challenge that affect almost everyone (from the cradle to the deathbed) is that of illness. Thus, as parents, it is our first and foremost duty to ensure that our children are physically and mentally prepared to deal with the same. Now, while inculcating healthy lifestyle habits and consumption of a balanced meal goes a long way in keeping diseases at bay, the fact remains that vaccinations are given equal importance to (if not more). From the moment your child is born, the pediatrician hands out to you a list of vaccinations that are to be given to your little one at appropriate intervals of time. It is obvious that in your efforts to take care of your little one, you do … [Read more...] about Can Vaccination Be Given If Your Baby Has Cold Or Cough?
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Source: Simon & Schuster Madison Rutherford was an American financial advisor. In July 1998, he told people he was going to Mexico to acquire a rare breed of dog. He didn’t come back. An unfortunate accident had apparently claimed his life: He struck an embankment while driving his rental car, dying in the car fire. Nothing was left of him but a collection of bone fragments. But because he had taken out a hefty life insurance policy, the Kemper Life Insurance Company sent investigators. Dr. Bill Bass, the renowned forensic anthropologist who founded the Forensic Anthropology Center, a.k.a., the Body Farm, was hired for the job. Bass and his colleagues had made painstaking efforts to learn what happens to flesh and bone during a fire. He was the man for the job. I’ve seen Bass present this case: Amid charred debris on the floor of the crushed car, he discovered the top of a skull. He thought its position there was odd, even for a crash. In addition, the fire seemed … [Read more...] about Pseudocide: The Art of Faking Your Death
Source: 2 Photo Pots/ Unsplash This year’s wonderful books offer new and uplifting perspectives, deep insights to current problems, and inspiration for positive action in 2020. Here are my favorites. 1. Permission to Feel by Marc Brackett A professor in Yale University’s Child Study Center and founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence presents an evidence-based approach to managing our emotions. Brackett makes a persuasive case that our feelings aren’t impediments but provide important information that can change the quality of our lives for the better – when we give ourselves permission to feel. His prescription for healthy children (as well as their parents, teachers, and schools) is a system with the acronym of RULER. The unpacked acronym: Recognizing emotions in oneself and others. Understanding the causes and consequences of emotion. Labeling emotions with precise words. Expressing emotions, taking context and culture into … [Read more...] about My Favorite Psychology Books of 2019
Source: Wikimedia Commons Jeffrey Epstein was put on suicide watch last month. Then he was taken off, and found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York. It wasn’t the first time a sexual predator has been put on suicide watch. And it won't be the last. Epstein’s contact list was full of the rich and famous. It included President Clinton, who flew on the Lolita Express. It included Prince Andrew, and President Trump. It included Ronald Perelman of Revlon, Tom Pritzker of Hyatt, Mort Zuckerman of US News & World Report, Nathan Myhrvold of Microsoft. It included Stephen Hawking! It included the Nobelists Gerard 't Hooft, Frank Wilczek, Murray Gell-Mann, and David Gross. It included the AI pioneer Marvin Minsky, and the theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss. Epstein had a number of contacts at Harvard. Alan … [Read more...] about Jeffrey Epstein & Friends
Source: @Envato Elements/halfpoint Stress. Teens and young adults today are more stressed, anxious, depressed and lonely than ever – at least in the United States. At first glance, it’s hard to wrap your head around this fact. No one really knows the root cause, but it seems to be a perfect storm of several factors. While many experts have pointed to digital and social media, the data just don’t support this as the sole or even most important source of the problem. Additional forces plaguing Gen Z and college-age Millennials include worries about their future, from climate change to economic and job uncertainty; concerns about image; academic pressures to meet or exceed perfection; and being over-scheduled with demands to “do it all” – school, community service, sports, arts, family, and religious activities, etc. Others are lured by the endless array of compelling on-demand TV series to binge watch, or video games to play – often alone. … [Read more...] about 11 Self-Care Tips for Teens and Young Adults