Tag Archives: كوربيديا للاخبار

More parks and waterways in cities could prevent premature deaths, study finds

Urban parks and waterways are crucial to the wellbeing of city residents. Yanapi Senaud | unsplash, FAL Razieh Zandieh, University of Manchester and Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Australian Catholic University For city dwellers, having access to green space is generally touted as a guardian of good health. Research shows that spending time in parks and urban woodlands, green streets and gardens contributes …

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Curious Kids: why do we have a drought?

The heat makes the drought even worse, because it makes the plants more thirsty so they have to drink more. Tim J Keegan/flickr, CC BY-SA Albert Van Dijk, Australian National University Curious Kids is a series for children. Send your question to curiouskids@theconversation.edu.au. You might also like the podcast Imagine This, a co-production between ABC KIDS listen and The Conversation, …

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Los trastornos sin diagnosticar que están detrás del fracaso escolar

Shutterstock / MIA Studio Lidia Arroyo Navajas, Universidad Internacional de Valencia Uno de los problemas con los que habitualmente se encuentran los docentes y los padres son los Trastornos del Neurodesarrollo. Niños sin afectación neurológica o sensorial detectable, con una inteligencia dentro de los límites de la normalidad, que sin embargo no logran alcanzar los objetivos que para su edad …

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A scientist explores the mysteries of the gut-brain connection

Sacha Vega/iStock The brain in your head and the one in your gut are always exchanging info. But how do they do it? Neuroscientist Diego Bohórquez is trying to find out the answers. If you were asked where the human body’s nervous system is located, you’d probably answer “the brain” or “the spinal cord.” But besides the central nervous system, …

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A dangerous parasite could be used to treat cancer – new research in mice

Not all tumours can be detected by the body’s immune system. Peddalanka Ramesh Babu/ Shutterstock Hany Elsheikha, University of Nottingham A parasite commonly found in cats’ faeces might one day help treat cancer. My colleagues and I have discovered that the parasite that causes toxoplasmosis – a condition that can be harmful to pregnant women and those with a suppressed …

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Curious Kids: what causes the northern lights?

A magical sight. Ronel Reyes/Flickr., CC BY-NC-ND Paul O’Mahoney, University of Dundee Curious Kids is a series by The Conversation, which gives children of all ages the chance to have their questions about the world answered by experts. All questions are welcome: find out how to enter at the bottom of this article. What causes the northern lights? – Ffion, …

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Belarus: border crisis with Poland loses sight of the people trapped in the middle

Nando Sigona, University of Birmingham Tensions at the border between Poland and Belarus continue to rise, with thousands of vulnerable migrants stranded in a standoff between the two countries and the geopolitical blocs to which they belong. About 4,000 men, women and children are caught along the border between the two countries, having been reportedly escorted to the border by …

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La importancia de la etapa de 3 a 6 años en el futuro rendimiento académico

Shutterstock / Oksana Kuzmina Esperanza Bausela, Universidad Pública de Navarra La Educación Infantil es la base del sistema educativo y debe ser considerada como tal. Estas son las palabras con las que la Asociación Mundial de Educadores Infantiles (AMEI-WAECE) reclama la importancia de la Educación Infantil y más concretamente el primer ciclo de Educación Infantil. Objetivos en Educación Infantil La …

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