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At cupids Health we cover topics like…
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Dr Laura Hill: Motivation to Change in Anorexia Recovery [Podcast]

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In this podcast Tabitha talks to Dr Laura Hill about motivation to change in anorexia recovery. But this time we’re talking about motivation to change on the side of the clinician, rather than the patient. Link to Dr Laura Hill’s book, “A Brain-Based Approach to Eating Disorder Treatment” –> About Dr Laura Hill Dr. Laura Hill is the President & CEO of The

Apple Snacking Tips – Healthy Little Foodies

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Posted: Sep 3, 2018 Updated: Feb 12, 2021 Apples make the best snack at any time of the day. Keep your apple snacks varied and interesting by following these Apple Snacking Tips Disclosure: I have been compensated for my time spent on this post from Aussie Apples , but as always my thoughts and opinions are honest and are my own. 1. Make Your Apples Lunchbox Friendly Whole apples are a perfect ad

“I Am the Teacher”: how male educators conceptualize their impact on the early childhood classroom: Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education: Vol 0, No 0

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ABSTRACT According to recent statistics, fewer than 3% of early childhood educators are self-identified men. Thus, at a time when young children are constructing their identities and exploring gender roles and boundaries, opportunities for them to engage in authentic and meaningful learning experiences with both male and female teachers are scarce. The aim of this paper is to demonstrate how self

The Surprising Reason Scientists Haven’t Been Able to Clone a Bird Yet

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One current project aims to use new technology to create domestic chickens with the gonads of Greater Prairie-Chickens, giving the barnyard birds the ability to produce prairie-chicken eggs. Photo: Ravi Hirekatur/Audubon Photography Awards Earlier this year, scientists announced that they had successfully cloned an endangered North American species for the first time. Elizabeth Ann the black-foot

EKUcast 07: EKU Environmental Health Science

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An interview with Worley Johnson and a look at the EKU Environmental Health Science Department. source

Faculty ambassador program aims to support agriculture innovators

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Christian Butzke, a food science professor and wine industry entrepreneur, has been selected as the first innovation and entrepreneurship fellow. (Image provided) WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A new campuswide faculty innovation and entrepreneurship program will help connect Purdue University innovators with novel paths for entrepreneurship and commercialization. To kick off the program, the College of

Video on Climate emergency in food and agriculture systems

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This video discusses the climate emergency and food and agriculture systems and the role research can play. Four sub-topics relating to climate change are … source

Jann Arden performs "Sleepless" | Stronger Together | CBC Music

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“What an amazing time in history to be able to hit the pause button.” Jann Arden takes a moment to reflect with Canadians before performing part of “Sleepless” … source

LET GO of Worries [Insomnia – Anxiety] "Moonlight Serenade" Binaural Beats Sleep Music

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Letting go of worries, stress and anxiety can make a huge difference when dealing with insomnia. I have composed “The Moonlight Serenade” ambient sleep … source

Adult Speech and Language Therapy- Vocal Function Exercises

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Exercises to strengthen and balance muscles of the voice and improve the relationship between airflow, vocal fold vibration and tone. source


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