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Mental health pilot program expands to more primary schools

A pilot mental health program successfully trialled in Victorian primary schools will be expanded to a total of 26 schools in 2021.

Separating primary school children in preparation for SATs could be ‘damaging’

A fear of poor SATs results is driving headteachers to separate pupils by ability despite the impact on children’s self-esteem and confidence, according to a study by UCL researchers.

National mental health research centre guided by lived experience for better outcomes

The University of Melbourne has welcomed $10 million to establish a national research translation centre to improve health outcomes for Australians with mental illness and reduce the individual...

Stanford-led study highlights the importance of letting kids take the lead

Parents today often look for teachable moments – and opportunities abound. When reading a book with a child, for example, it might mean discussing story plots with him.

Brazil cases shed more light on COVID-19 reinfection risk

Researchers believe reinfection with SARS-CoV-2 may be more common than previously thought, after an analysis of people contracting COVID-19 twice.

Single dose of Pfizer BioNTech vaccine reduces asymptomatic infections and potential for SARS-CoV-2 transmission

New data from Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge suggests that a single dose of the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine can reduce by 75% the number of asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections.

​NTU Singapore scientists develop device to ‘communicate’ with plants using electrical signals

A team of scientists led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a device that can deliver electrical signals to and from plants...

Financial stress and mental distress growing despite signs of economic upturn; satisfaction with government...

Australians are experiencing higher levels of financial stress and mental distress, which has risen to its highest level since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic...

Scientists show drought-tolerant crops need skin in the game

The Holy Grail of crops that can survive long heat waves and drought may be a step closer with scientists finding a way to precisely measure a plant's water loss through its skin.

Big names set to launch Third Age Learning Lakehead in Thunder Bay

Canadian activist and author Maude Barlow, the Toronto Star’s Linda McQuaig, and Lakehead University professor Dr. Charles Levkoe are just a few of the speakers set to present...
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