Tag Archives: long

Paid parental leave is long overdue

Recently, President Biden introduced legislation that would provide federal funding for paid parental leave for all parents for up to 12 weeks. As a pediatrician and hopeful soon-to-be parent, I am ecstatic. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has long advocated for a minimum of 12 weeks of parental leave to promote the health and… Read More »

How Long Can Baby Sleep In a Bassinet?

How Long Can Baby Sleep In a Bassinet? How Long Can Baby Sleep In a Bassinet? For many parents, especially young, their baby’s sleep patterns can is an obsession. Either your baby is not sleeping enough or too much. Every new change gets you worried whether if things are going down the right path or not,… Read More »

Rehabilitation Across Europe For COVID-19 Effects to Human in Long Term

Although the peak of COVID-19 effects has already surpassed for much of Europe, researches continues to show the diverse effects of the pandemic on the human body. These adverse effects include harm to the lungs, liver, kidney, brain, nervous system, heart, cardiovascular system, infection in the skin and the gastrointestinal tract. However, what the communities… Read More »

Best life long diet plan for men

Subscribe to BBC Good Food magazine and get triple-tested recipes delivered to your door, every month. Find out how much carbohydrate, protein and fat you should be eating and when. Choose wisely for a healthy diet that keeps you full around the clock. But that’s not the whole story. Read on for our guide to… Read More »

Why a data security sting lurks in COVID-19’s long tail

The word ‘unprecedented’ seems to have been used on a daily basis during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly when it comes to the impact of the virus on patients, clinicians, resources and care delivery. But it has resonated equally strongly with hospital chief information security officers (CISOs), with its power to either stiffen resolve or ratchet… Read More »