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(NC) With a new school year in full swing, it's a good idea for parents to stay vigilant against online problems kids can face. Cyberbullying is one concern many parents have, and with good reason — it's becoming a more common and threatening event.
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(NC) These days, your children spend more time on social media than ever. As a parent, that makes it difficult to know what they're up to. If your child is being cyberbullied, you may not even know it. Here are three ways to help if they are being victimized.
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(NC) Did you know that 20 per cent of Canadian teens have experienced cyberbullying directly, while many more have witnessed it? While your children may never become cyberbullies or victims, they will most likely witness this type of behaviour and remaining silent or joining in can make matters worse. These tips can help guide their actions in these situations.
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(NC) Many people are settling into school routines, jobs and internships this time of year, but managing a busy schedule can be particularly challenging for the one-in-20 school-aged children and four per cent of adults diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Furthermore, recent data suggests that stigma and confusion still persist around ADHD: a new poll by Purdue Pharma (Canada) showing that close to one third of Canadians surveyed mistakenly identified ADHD as a mental health condition.“ADHD is actually a neurodevelopmental disorder that has been clinically observed for more than 100 years,” says Dr. Annick Vincent, a psychiatrist and ADHD specialist. “It's a chronic condition characterized as a deficit of the nervous system resulting in inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity and often emotional hyper-reactivity. Science has shown that genetic and biologic factors can be involved in the development of this disorder.”
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(NC) The transition from high school to post-secondary education is a significant adjustment for many. With fewer daily reminders to complete homework, eat lunch and exercise – plus increased freedom and responsibility – it can be more difficult to stay focused.
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(NC) Women are still underrepresented in science and technology in most countries across the globe. Nonetheless, there are women who persist and become pioneers in their chosen field. This year, in honour of National Science and Tech Week, you can celebrate women around the world who break barriers in STEM fields.