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Clinical and genetic characteristics in the neonatal diabetes cohort similar to previous data

Previous data has reported a high incidence rate of neonatal diabetes mellitus (NDM), a rare form of monogenic diabetes, in Middle Eastern countries, at a rate of 1 in 21,000 – 29,000 live births. As a result, researchers led by Revital Nimri, MD, The Jesse Z. and Sara Lea Shafer Institute for Endocrinology and Diabetes, […]

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Stories for Good: Family & Children’s Center Continues Legacy of Caring for Area Families | Local

By Ellen Hongerholt for the Daily News The history of the Family & Children’s Center (FCC) in Minnesota dates back to the 1880s with the Margaret Simpson Home in Winona, which served orphaned children. In 2006, the care legacy grew with the merger of Family Service of Winona. In 1999, FCC provided its first service […]

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This little girl who holds a bindi and takes a picture of her now has the votes of men … find someone!

The use of social media has increased in recent times. There is no shortage of entertainment here. From photos to videos … Tollywood heroine The use of social media has increased in recent times. There is no shortage of entertainment here. From photos to videos … to movie updates to crazy pictures of their favorite […]

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6 special Christmas activities for children not to be missed

Christmas is the most magical time of the year, especially for the young believers in the house. As families around the world welcome the holiday season, kids and adults alike can enjoy timeless Christmas classics. Grab a hot chocolate, don pajamas, and prepare for many cozy nights by the fire with these must-have Christmas entertainments […]

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Oakridge Bachupally students have a big impact on World Children’s Day – ThePrint

Text size: A- A + Hyderabad / Bachupally (Telangana) [India], Nov. 27 (ANI / NewsView): On World Children’s Day, students at Oakridge International School, Bachupally, along with more than 68,000 students from 31 countries in the North Anglia family, came together to celebrate know the rights of the child. On this occasion, these students took […]

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Childhood adversity is associated with narcissistic tendencies and, in turn, an elevated immune response to stress

According to a study published in Personality and individual differences, adults with more difficult childhoods have higher white blood cell counts, and the effect is partly explained by higher levels of narcissism. The study’s authors suggest that an unstable upbringing sets the stage for the development of narcissistic traits, which then lead to risky behaviors, […]

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11 myths about COPD

COPD is an umbrella term for a group of progressive respiratory conditions, all of which lead to difficulty breathing. Two of the most common forms of COPD are chronic bronchitis and emphysema. The most common symptoms of COPD are shortness of breath and coughing. Over time, even everyday activities, like getting dressed, can become difficult. […]

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Researchers study gender perception from children’s voices

The perception of gender in children’s voices is of particular interest to researchers, as the voices of young boys and girls are very similar before the age of puberty. Adult male and female voices are often acoustically very different, making gender identification quite easy. Gender perception is much more complicated in children because gender differences […]

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For the second time, rapper 21 Savage and Chime unite to offer $ 100,000 in scholarships

Rapper 21 Savage is once again doing its part to help young people manage their money better. According to Yahoo News, it is teaming up with financial technology company Chime for the second year of its financial education campaign on bank accounts. The Atlanta rapper and his Foundation Leading by Example reunited with Chime to […]

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Some ask GFPS to remove the mask policy; the school board maintains a policy

Several members of the public attended the Great Falls Public School Board meeting on November 22 and asked them to comment on the board’s policy regarding health protocols for COVID, particularly masks. The board voted at its Nov. 8 meeting to revise the policy, removing specific case rates and positivity rates and giving the superintendent […]