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Aurelio Romano
Italian wife & mother of 3, PhD molecular biology, science teacher, catholic, blogger
Italian wife & mother of 3, PhD molecular biology, science teacher, catholic, blogger
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«The question “Are you happy?” resulted in a consistent “Yes” response from the four people, repeated over weeks of questioning.
... “We were initially surprised at the positive responses when we questioned the four completely locked-in participants about their quality of life. ... What we observed was as long as they received satisfactory care at home, they found their quality of life acceptable. It is for this reason, if we could make this technique widely clinically available, it would have a huge impact on the day-to-day life of people with complete locked-in syndrome”.»

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«The facility’s operator, Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco), said atmospheric readings as high as 530 sieverts an hour had been recorded inside the containment vessel of reactor No 2 (...).

The extraordinary radiation readings highlight the scale of the task confronting thousands of workers, as pressure builds on Tepco to begin decommissioning the plant – a process that is expected to take about four decades.»


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« "The research has been clear for years that the impacts of bullying are profound and varied," said Hill, noting that bullying influences depression, suicide-related behaviors, and a range of other mental health outcomes.

"Bullying doesn't just impact a handful of students," Hill said. Adding up the numbers, he noted that "more than 40% of children" have their academic performance impacted by bullying. »

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"The spike in students falling into homelessness comes as the city’s housing prices skyrocket, pushing more families onto the streets, the Herald reported last summer.

Marques said the district will work with school leaders to connect community resources and services to students and provide principals with a “menu” of options to consider - which could include food pantries or household items like toothpaste and soap to help kids.

BPS also will provide more teacher training particularly for the homeless liaisons at schools to know how to better recognize kids struggling in poverty and get them resources."
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