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‘Tis me, fellow Scrubs, back with another batch of reviews for things I been needed to review.
So let’s begin with the beginning. Around December of last year I said that I wanted to read more books, but I’m not the type that can just get through books in a matter of days, so I chose a route that would let me read about a book a month. 949 more words
Yesterday the news was announced that Babs Windsor had been diagnosed with Alzheimers 4 years ago by her hubby Scott.
It’s always sad when anyone gets diagnosed but someone in the media eye always brings it to the forefront in the publics eye too. 1,059 more words
This week in Mutare, Zimbabwe, First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa launched the National Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programme. The vaccine is to be given to over 800,000 girls between the ages of 10 to 14 in an attempt to alleviate the country’s growing cervical cancer rate. 819 more words
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This post continues our blog series regarding racial/ethnic socialization practices, programs, and approaches. APA is putting together a clearinghouse of resources to help parents/caregivers to protect youth of color and themselves from the psychological damage of discrimination and racism.
I had traumatic weekend of decision making on something else and was always going to end up hurting soemone and was sad when the decision was made, but yesterday I found myself having to put that behind me and heading down to London for another surreal WOW moment since writing my book with Anna. 759 more words