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Presented by Susana Cruylles Susana Cruylles is an International Trainer Susana is originally from Spain. She is a Clinical Psychologist, Family Therapist and International Partnership Professor at Stanford University, Susana holds a Masters in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (King´s College, London) and is a Mindful Educator. She has been working in both the Spanish and British public and private mental health systems and is the former coordinator of the Parenting and Child Trauma Programs in public hospitals in Madrid, Spain. Susana is an active collaborator in Spanish national newspapers, as well as in the International NGO’s mental health teams.
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Un profesor ha pronosticado correctamente todas las elecciones de EE.UU. desde 1984: ahora dice que Trump perderá

Por Allison Gordon (CNN) –– El profesor de historia Allan Lichtman está acostumbrado a tener siempre la razón. Ha pronosticado correctamente el ganador de cada contienda presidencial desde que Ronald Reagan logró la reelección en 1984, a través de su sistema de «13 llaves». (Es importante mencionar que en 2000, Lichtman predijo que Al Gore triunfaría en las elecciones. Aunque Gore ganó el voto popular, finalmente perdió la presidencia ante George W. Bush después de que la Corte Suprema dictaminara detener el recuento de los votos electorales de Florida. Lichtman mantiene la validez de su predicción). Ahora, Lichtman y sus «13 claves»…
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Pure Edge INC te invita a Participar del Seminario Auto Cuidados y Aprendizaje Socioemocional

Pure Edge is a dedicated team from diverse backgrounds supporting one mission. Pure Edge, Inc. endeavors to provide strategies to help educators and learners achieve success through focus against environmental influences of social media, peer pressure, and personal and community stressors.
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Statement from Board of Regents Chancellor Betty A. Rosa and Interim Commissioner Shannon Tahoe on Decision to Reopen Schools

“The COVID-19 pandemic created an unprecedented crisis, impacting New York’s students physically, emotionally and psychologically. Indeed, this has been one of, if not the most, challenging periods for education in our history. New York’s educators have heroically risen to the occasion, dedicating themselves to ensuring that students continued to learn as they also provided the level of care and compassion that our students need on a social-emotional level. “Districts and schools are now putting their reopening procedures into action, planning for teaching and learning whether that will be in-person, remote or a combination of both. The health crisis of COVID-19…
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California sobrepasa el medio millón de infectados por coronavirus

Según las autoridades, el virus ahora circula hasta en la zona más remota del estado y los funcionarios están preocupados por aumentos de casos en comunidades agrícolas, donde hay gran presencia de latinos. Por Verónica Villafañe LOS ANGELES, - El coronavirus sigue avanzando en California, los casos de personas contagiadas ahora suman  y, además, se han registrado  muertes, alcanzando hasta las zonas más remotas del estado, en donde hay grandes comunidades agrícolas. El condado de Modoc, por ejemplo, en la frontera con Oregón, que se había mantenido libre casos de COVID-19, acaba de registrar sus primeros contagios, luego que una pareja regresara de…
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Trump Orders Government to Buy ‘Essential’ Drugs From US Firms

By VOA News With coronavirus cases in the United States rising and states struggling to combat the outbreak, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday mandating that the government buy what he called “essential drugs” from manufacturers instead of foreign companies. “The United States must protect our citizens, critical infrastructure, military forces and economy against outbreaks of emerging infectious diseases and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats,” the president's order said. “It is critical that we reduce our dependence on foreign manufacturers for essential medicines, medical countermeasures and critical inputs … to minimize potential shortages, and to mobilize our nation's…
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US Approaches 4.9 Million Coronavirus Cases

By VOA News The number of COVID-19 cases around the world continues its steady climb with more than million infections, according to Johns Hopkins ; The continues to have more cases than any place else with nearly million, followed by Brazil with million and India with two to Johns Hopkins University, there were more than 2,000 COVID-19 deaths in the United States over the past 24 hours as of Thursday night – the highest one-day number since early May. Vaccine prospectsThe top infectious disease expert says the world will never be able to eradicate the coronavirus, but he is hopeful hundreds of millions of doses of vaccine could…
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Saugus Police Investigating After Three Officers Stabbed

SAUGUS — Chief Michael Ricciardelli reports that three Saugus Police Officers were stabbed this morning when investigating a report of a stolen motor vehicle. Police responded to a residence on Tuttle Street on Thursday at approximately 7:20 to investigate a report of a stolen U-Haul rental vehicle that had not been returned. STEVEN SOSSONG, AGE 43, OF SAUGUS, has been charged with: Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, Four CountsAssault and Battery on a Police Officer, Four Counts SOSSONG declined to exit the residence upon police arrival. Police made entry into the home following an initial investigation, and an altercation ensued…
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FDA Warns Consumers to Avoid Low-Concentrate Hand Sanitizers

Sanitizers with less than 60% ethanol are ineffective by Peter Urban, AARP The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is cautioning consumers to avoid hand sanitizers that do not contain at least 60 percent ethanol, saying these “subpotent” products are not effective in stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus associated with COVID-19 disease. The warning comes as the FDA recommends that three Mexican manufacturers recall hand sanitizers after testing revealed some of their products do not contain the recommended level of ethyl alcohol or other disinfecting chemicals: Healthy Foods & Nutrition Lab de Mexico, manufacturer of Medicare Alcohol Antiseptic Topical SolutionQuimica Magna de Mexico,…
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LANE SPLIT COMING FOR ROUTE 4 IN NORTH KINGSTOWN

As part of an ongoing bridge preservation project for the structurally deficient Stony Lane Bridge in North Kingstown, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) will put a lane split in place in both directions on Route 4 starting Friday, August 14. The lane split will be located between Exit 3 (Route 102/Wickford) and Exit 5 (Route 2/South County Trail) where Route 4 passes over Stony Lane. All lanes go through. Motorists should reduce their speed in the work zone but not stop or change lanes at the split. This configuration will be in place for approximately two months.  In mid…
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