Several nonprofits offering free COVID-19 vaccines

As the COVID-19 vaccine becomes more widely available, families are still striving to get back to normal – not only through vaccinations, but also food security, financial stability and maintenance of mental health. Cy-Fair’s nonprofit and community organizations, such as Northwest Assistance Ministries and Cypress Assistance Ministries, work to fill …

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Three BES staff retire with over 40 each

BROWNSTOWN While majoring in different areas of education, three staff at Brownstown Elementary School shared one thing in common: they were able to work with many children for over a year at school. Carolyn Ira taught special education, Cindy Koop was a special education resource teacher in English and mathematics, …

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Babies of the spectrum: childhood autism

When people hear the word “autism” they probably can’t imagine babies. After all, most aren’t diagnosed until they’re toddlers or even older. But ASD does exist in infants, and detecting it early can make a difference to your child’s behavioral development and functioning in the future.

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NCHR Comments on the Distance Education Experience

Tuesday, a document prepared by the National Center for Human Rights (NCHR), in cooperation and coordination with the project “New consultative approach to support human rights”, implemented by the Center for the Defense of Freedom of Journalists (CDFJ), clarified that the distance Education experience in Jordan, which was imposed by …

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Compare causes, symptoms and treatments

Immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) are disorders that affect platelets. They can have similar symptoms, but there are differences in the causes, complications, and treatments for the disorders. ITP is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system inappropriately destroys platelets, the cells responsible for blood clotting …

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