I’ve got some bad news for those who want to eliminate screens, especially during the COVID-19 quarantine: they are not going away. I want to share five reasons why your kids need screen time. This isn’t to say that once the pandemic has passed, we should give up on having device-free meals, not insist that our kids go outside and play with their friends rather than their screens, or not expect our family, friends, and co-workers pay more attention to us than their phones. But a reasonable and realistic approach requires that we look for ways to balance the power of screens and technology with other healthy activities. … [Read more...] about 5 Ways Kids Need Screens If You’re Not a Silicon Valley Exec
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But there’s another condition that adds to our story. Another (also rare) mutation results in the adrenal glands, which normally don’t secrete much testosterone, producing a very large amount. This happens in the womb, though later than the normal surge of testosterone. Boys are unaffected, though they may need treatment to compensate for their abnormal adrenal glands. Females, however, may have male-like genitals, but to a varying degree. These can be altered surgically if necessary. What happens when they grow up? Interestingly, a proportion (more than would be expected) are uncertain about their gender identity, and this is more marked in those who have more male-like genitals. There is also an increased likelihood of their being gay. It looks as if early testosterone has affected their sexuality. Some investigators think that scanning can detect gender differences in the brain, but this is not the case. So there is no information on their brains. … [Read more...] about Sex Differences in the Brain: Do They Exist or Matter?
Sarala Devi Chaudhurani, born on 9 September as Sarala Ghosal was the founder of Bharat Stree Mahamandal, the first women's organisation in India. The organisation was founded in 1910 in Allahabad with a goal of promoting women's education in India. Eventually, the organisation was opened in many other Indian cities as well such as Delhi, Kanpur, Hyderabad, Bankura, Hazaribagh, Karachi (part of undivided India), Amritsar, Midnapore and Kolkata (then Calcutta). … [Read more...] about Sarala Devi Chaudhurani’s Birth Anniversary: Founder Of First Women’s Organisation In India
When we talk about Hindi literature and theatre, we just can't ignore the name of Bharatendu Harishchandra. Born on 9 September 1850, he was a renowned poet and writer of his time. In fact, it would be no wrong to say that he is still one of the greatest Hindi writers of modern India. … [Read more...] about Bharatendu Harishchandra’s Birth Anniversary: Know About The Father Of Hindi Literature And Theatre
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