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Family mental health crisis: Parental depression, anxiety during COVID-19 will affect kids too

Leslie E. Roos, University of Manitoba and Lianne Tomfohr-Madsen, University of Calgary For most parents, to say the the COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful would be a dramatic understatement....

Las relaciones de pareja tras el confinamiento por la COVID-19

María Pilar Berzosa Grande, UNIR - Universidad Internacional de La Rioja La vida familiar ha experimentado grandes cambios en el siglo XXI. Cambios que van desde lo social a...

Schools after coronavirus: Seize ‘teachable moments’ about racism and inequities

Ardavan Eizadirad, Wilfrid Laurier University and Steve Sider, Wilfrid Laurier University Equity issues in education are in the spotlight as we envision what opening schools might look like in...

How we rely on older adults, especially during the coronavirus pandemic

Sally Chivers, Trent University “Unprecedented” might be the word of the COVID-19 pandemic. But for many, especially older adults, life has taken many abrupt turns. Maybe it’s their first...

The coronavirus exposes the perils of profit in seniors’ housing

Martine August, University of Waterloo In May 2020, Orchard Villa, a long-term care home in Pickering, Ont., made headlines for a bad COVID-19 outbreak. Just two months into Ontario’s...

La estructura más compleja del universo pesa menos de dos kilogramos

Alino Martínez Marcos, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Alicia Flores Cuadrado, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Daniel Saiz Sánchez, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Isabel Úbeda Bañón, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Melania González Rodríguez, Universidad...

Separar a un niño de sus padres puede modificarle el cerebro

Jacek Debiec, University of Michigan Cuando nacemos, el cerebro es el órgano más inmaduro de nuestro cuerpo y hasta bien entrada la década de los veinte años no madura...

Así le pasa factura el estrés a nuestro cerebro (y más en pandemia)

Carmen Pedraza Benítez, Universidad de Málaga y Margarita Pérez Martín, Universidad de Málaga ¿Es el estrés perjudicial? Aunque la contestación pudiera parece obvia, no es tan simple. De hecho,...

Canadian dads are doing more at home than before the coronavirus pandemic

Kevin Shafer, Brigham Young University; Casey Scheibling, McMaster University, and Melissa Milkie, University of Toronto Over the past few months, everyday housework, like cooking and washing dishes, has multiplied...

Ending ‘streaming’ is only the first step to dismantling systemic racism in Ontario schools

Carl James, York University, Canada Last week, the Ontario government announced its plan to end streaming in Grade 9, something Education Minister Stephen Lecce acknowledged is a “racist, discriminatory”...
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