Virtual adoption spreads across the world

February 13, 2007 ?? – You might not be ready to adopt a child from a third world country like Angelina or Madonna, but a new organization can put you in touch with such an orphan, at least via the Internet. With the increasing use of internet video conferencing technology, …

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Becoming a parent during the COVID-19 pandemic

Proposed by Whatcom County Health Department Adjusting to parenthood is difficult at the best of times, let alone a global pandemic. The need to stay away from others and hear daily information about the COVID-19 epidemic can increase feelings of anxiety and depression in new parents. Due to COVID-19, new …

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Harry Maguire missed for Manchester United is epic

To be fair, Harry Maguire is a center-back, not tasked with scoring. To be unfair, let’s clown the all-time howler he just unleashed on the world. The Manchester United defender had the mother of all Europa League tap-in opportunities against AC Milan on Thursday, and, well, it happened: Still images …

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Nutley Public Library Events for April 2021

April 1 – 30 – Spring into Reading Challenge – Nutley Public Library challenges patrons to read for at least 600 minutes (20 minutes / day) in April! Topy readers of each age group will win a gift card to a local business and be honored with a bookplate in …

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Students try to deal with pandemic straining mental health

* Sarah, Washington, DC. * Hudson, California. Kelly Davis, associate vice president of peer and youth advocacy, Mental Health America, Alexandria, VA. Jane Cooley Fruehwirth, Associate Professor, Department of Economics; faculty member, Carolina Population Center, UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. Laura S. Gray, PhD, clinical psychologist, Children’s National Hospital, Washington, …

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