21 more cases of dengue fever surface in Ludhiana

No less than 21 new cases of dengue were detected in Ludhiana on Tuesday, of which 20 were reported in urban areas. The day before, the district had registered seven cases. According to the health department, the majority of cases have been reported in the upscale neighborhoods of Mall Enclave, …

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Where to get a personal loan with bad credit

LOS ANGELES – October 5, 2021 – (Newswire.com) iQuanti: If you need the cash but your credit rating is bad or fair, you might not know that getting a personal loan is an option. Fortunately, there are many personal loans that do not require you to have good credit. These …

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Advance America: How to Apply for a Signature Loan

LOS ANGELES – October 5, 2021 – (Newswire.com) Signature loans, also known as “good faith” loans, are a good option when borrowers need cash quickly. These loans often only require the name, income, credit history and signature of the borrower to apply and get approval. If a borrower is looking …

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Remarks by UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore at the high-level event on “Action to support the prevention and end of famine now” – World

As prepared NEW YORK, October 4, 2021– “Excellencies and colleagues, on behalf of UNICEF, it is a pleasure to be here with you today. Thank you to the governments of the Dominican Republic, Ireland, Norway and Sweden, as well as our partner United Nations agencies for convening this important meeting …

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Fight dengue – Journal – DAWN.COM

The Met Department recently warned of a spike in dengue fever cases in the country, saying post-monsoon weather conditions are conducive to the spread of the vector-borne disease. He mentioned eight major cities – Karachi, Hyderabad, Peshawar, Islamabad, Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad and Rawalpindi – as likely hot spots that will …

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Buy now, pay later loans put pressure on traditional consumer finance

Posted: October 4, 2021 at 5:36 p.m. EDT|Update: 5 hours ago ROCKVILLE, Maryland., October 4, 2021 / PRNewswire / – For finance companies and traditional banks, Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) or Point-of-Sale Install Loan (POSIL) financing requires adopting a next-generation mindset by innovation. Competition with fintechs for installment loan …

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The stress-free family meal plan

As a mother of four boys, two dogs and a fledgling anxiety disorder, I know how difficult it can be to provide your family with nutritious dinners that are equally tasty, eco-friendly, worthy. ‘a cookbook and affordable. But because of the misogyny embedded in the very fabric of our society, …

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Mona Charen: What we lost when the GOP got lost

In the congressional scam typhoon we witnessed last week, one detail caught my eye that could easily have been lost in the gales. A group of 35 Republican senators signed a letter to Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden about an aspect of the House reconciliation …

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UNICEF trains schoolgirls in Adamawa in digital skills

As part of the activities to mark International Day of the Girl 2021, the Adamawa State Government, with support from UNICEF, organized an intensive three-day digital training for 50 selected schoolgirls. Speaking at the launch of the training in Yola on Saturday, UNICEF education consultant Mr. Joel Jutum said ten …

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Police come to the aid of the Adivasis in Cherla

Kothagudem: Police in Cherla came to the rescue of Adivasis suffering from viral fevers in a remote tribal hamlet, Veerapuram of Cherla mandal in the district. It was learned that children and adults in nearly 34 Adivasi families, infected with viral fevers, were troubled by the lack of access to …

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Yes, you can buy fashion now, pay later. But should you?

Go away. Credit card. Installment loans. We have adopted “buy now, pay later” practices for decades. The latest model actually bears the title. Dubbed the hottest thing in fintech, start-ups like Affirm Holdings Inc., Klarna, Afterpay Ltd, and even well-known names like PayPal Holdings Inc. are offering customers the ability …

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UNICEF and Adamawa government train 50 girls in digital innovation

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in collaboration with the Adamawa State Council for Universal Basic Education (ADSUBEB) started a three-day training exercise for 50 girls on innovation digital. The exercise is designed to prepare girls for the national competition as part of the activities marking the International Day of …

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Yes, you can buy now and pay later, but should you?

By Erin Lowry / Bloomberg Opinion Go away. Credit card. Installment loans. We have adopted “buy now, pay later” practices for decades. The latest model actually bears the title. Dubbed the hottest thing in fintech, startups like Affirm Holdings Inc, Klarna, Afterpay Ltd and even household names including PayPal Holdings …

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UN says Sudan, South Sudan ravaged by seasonal flooding

GENEVA – Seasonal flooding in Sudan and South Sudan devastated entire communities, where homes were destroyed and farmland and livelihoods washed away, according to the United Nations. The rains came early this year, starting in South Sudan in late April instead of June. The accumulation of massive amounts of rainwater …

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Child tax credit offers a boost

Distressed families received a lifeline this summer and unless Congress acts quickly, it will be gone. The child tax credit has been in the tax code for decades and was recently extended by the latest COVID rescue bill: the American Rescue Plan Act, which became law in March. The credit …

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NITI Aayog, in Joint Effort with IFPRI, IIPS, UNICEF and IEG, Launches “State Nutrient Profiles” for 19 States and Union Territories | Odisha News | Latest Odisha News

New Delhi: NITI Aayog, as part of a joint effort with the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), the Indian Institute of Population Sciences (IIPS), UNICEF and the Institute of Economic Growth (IEG) launched “State Nutrient Profiles” for 19 States and Union Territories on September 30, 2021. State Nutrient Profiles …

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Modernize the arsenal against malaria

Consider the humble mosquito. Compared to some of the world’s most notorious and vicious predators, this may not sound like much. And yet he has killed more people in history than any other creature. As the vector of some of the world’s deadliest diseases, including malaria, yellow fever, Zika virus, …

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£ 500million in new grants to help poorest households

Mother holding young boy’s hand The government has announced £ 500million in grants to help families struggling with the cost of living as other support programs are cut. Rising prices – including skyrocketing energy bills – make it harder for low-income people to make ends meet. The end of the …

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Public reluctance, conspiracies to block COVID-19 vaccination – UNICEF

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has lamented that public reluctance, reluctance and plots against the COVID-19 vaccine make government and partner efforts to immunize Nigerians difficult. Dr Olufemi Adeyemi, UNICEF health specialist and head of the Enugu field office, told Enugu yesterday during a national media dialogue with selected …

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Driving change for children together

It has been 30 years since the Republic of Korea joined the United Nations on September 17, 1991, and over the past three decades the country has become a central partner in international development cooperation and humanitarian assistance. The country’s relationship with the United Nations Children’s Fund dates back to …

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Must-have: NoMo is the answer to mosquito bites

There is nothing more annoying than being attacked by these creatures called mosquitoes while trying to water your garden at night or while walking your dog. They are a nuisance and can even be very dangerous. West Nile virus is one of the most common mosquito diseases in the United …

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Research sheds light on what makes children difficult

Europe is grappling with a pandemic: childhood obesity. According to the WHO, one in three 11-year-olds in the European region is overweight or obese. Infant nutrition can influence lifelong health outcomes, influencing physical growth, cognitive development, immune maturation, digestive system development, and development of healthy eating habits. Poor nutrition early …

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1 stock I bought that could produce 10X returns

Consumer loans have been transformed by fintech companies over the past decade and investors have taken notice. Start with Holdings reached, whose impressive revenue growth has pushed its stock up more than 1,000% since its IPO in December. While Upstart is a solid company making huge strides, investors who buy …

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Dyersburg Police Chief Says 11 Referrals Made to DCS Regarding Children Living in “Deplorable” Conditions

DYERSBURG, Tennessee – The Dyersburg Police Chief and his neighbors say the system has failed three young children removed from “appalling” conditions at home on Brayton Avenue. Two arrested, three children removed from Dyersburg home deemed unlivable Dyersburg Police Department said a probation and parole officer checking the children’s mother …

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Feast of the city of Argao, the land of my birth

WHAT MATTERS MOST – Atty. Josephus B. Jimenez – The Free Man September 29, 2021 | 00h00 COVID or not COVID, pandemic or not pandemic, today the whole city of Argao celebrates the solemnity of the annual feast in honor of our patron saint, Saint Michael the Archangel. Argao is …

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Letters, Sept. 28 – Winnipeg Free Press

We know how to reduce poverty D: Poverty is the biggest threat to children (Opinion of 25 Sept.) The John Wiens Chronicle has struck several nails on the head. First, it is clear that poverty is the greatest threat to children’s educational outcomes. Second, we have a very clear understanding, …

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Why these 8th graders build stoves

Jean Baptise, 17, speaks of a “rocket stove”. The new improved stove is changing lives in Rutana province, Burundi. But what’s so special about him? In Burundi, 90 percent of the population lives in rural areas. Many families still cook over open fires, which consumes a lot of firewood and …

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UNICEF congratulates Ayade on new teachers’ institute – The Sun Nigeria

The The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) joined other international organizations in congratulating Cross River State Governor Prof. Ben Ayade, for construction The world-class continuing education institute for teachers in the local government area of ​​Biase. Speaking to reporters during a four-day training of young volunteers on real-time monitoring for …

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UNICEF official urges world to help Afghan children

(MENAFN- Afghanistan Times) Abdul Rahman Habibzui KABUL: Officials from the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have called Afghanistan the worst place for children, calling on the world to provide urgent aid to Afghan children. “The world cannot and must not close its eyes and forget to help those who need …

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New storybook to help kids stay hopeful during COVID-19

GENEVA / NEW YORK, September 24, 2021 – A new book released today aims to help children stay hopeful and positive during the COVID-19 pandemic. The story is the continuation of My Hero is You: How Kids Can Fight COVID-19!, published in April 2020. Both books were published by a …

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Affirm, Afterpay and Zip announce new features and investments

Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) Players Affirm, Afterpay and Zip announced new features and investments. BNPL’s offerings are extremely popular, but profitability and regulatory challenges remain pervasive. Insider Intelligence publishes hundreds of information, charts and forecasts on the payments and commerce industry. Learn more about how to become a customer. …

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Qatar guarantees safe maternal and newborn care (data from UNICEF)

In Qatar, deliveries are attended by 100% trained health personnel, which is crucial in reducing maternal and child deaths, according to recent data released by Unicef. According to data since 2012, all deliveries have been attended by skilled health personnel in the country. The proportion of births attended by skilled …

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Mosquito-borne viruses detected in Peel region

PIC: File The Department of Health has warned residents of the Peel region to avoid getting bitten by mosquitoes after recent detections of Ross River (RRV) and Barmah Forest (BFV) viruses in the area. Department of Health management scientist Dr Abbey Potter said spring and summer are the peak seasons …

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Synchrony to Report Third Quarter 2021 Financial Results on October 19, 2021 | national news

STAMFORD, Connecticut., September 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Synchrony (NYSE: SYF) expects to release its third quarter 2021 results on Tuesday, October 19, 2021. Publication of results and presentation materials should be published and published in the Investor Relations section of the Company’s website, www.investors.synchronyfinancial.com, around 6:00 a.m. Eastern …

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Preventing West Nile virus after a wet monsoon in 2021

PHOENIX – The 2021 monsoon brought more rain to the state than we’ve seen in recent years. But, with all the rain comes more mosquitoes. Arizona health officials are warning residents of a record high season for West Nile virus after the wetter monsoon. RELATED: Scottsdale Man Dies After Suffering …

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Saudi Arabia promotes healthy eating for children

In an effort to promote healthy lifestyles for all ages, Saudi government agencies have launched an initiative with businesses to promote the marketing of healthy food products to children. According to the Saudi Gazette, the campaign aims to discourage the sale of products containing large amounts of sugar, salt and …

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The health center gets its supplies – Post Courier

September 22, 2021 BY ROMULUS MASIU Bougainville still has a care center welcoming 706 people from the Konnou district of Bougainville Sud. About 706 people from Upper Konnou villages – Parero, Piriraro, Tabago and Luirau – have been living at the Sinkaitai health center along the Buin-Arawa highway since 2019. …

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Detection of dengue variant puts Kollam on high alert

Symptoms include headache, fever, muscle pain, back pain, etc. The health ministry has sounded a high alert in the district and urged the public to remain vigilant after the discovery of dengue variant DENV-2 in three locations, including Kollam Corporation. Depending on the department, recurrence of dengue can be extremely …

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EU, UNICEF: more than 300,000 dead in the conflict in the north-east

* 5.129 receive mental health treatment in Borno Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja The European Union (EU) and the United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have estimated that more than 300,000 children have lost their lives in the troubled northeastern region of the country. The two international organizations said they were …

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Self-Injury in Children and Adolescents by Ethnicity: An Observational Cohort Study from the England Multicenter Self-Injury Study

Background Studies report an increasing incidence of self-harm in children and adolescents, but the extent to which this is observed in different ethnic groups is unclear. Our objective was to study the rates of emergency department referrals for self-harm among children and adolescents by ethnicity, as well as to examine …

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