It’s good for children to see their parents reading and for parents to read to their children.
Educating children in the 21st century is about teaching them to appreciate the human condition in all its diversity. Holiday reading can contribute to this.
Young children are rolling up their sleeves to get vaccinated, protecting themselves against COVID-19 and helping to curb the pandemic.
The participation of five-to-11-year-old children in vaccination programs will make 90 per cent of the population eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
A priority given to beer and bubbly shows the strong link between Christmas and alcohol.
While shelves empty and the “booze trains” run, humanity’s ancient festival dream of equality and justice awaits.
Keeping an eye on what children are watching or playing is crucial to ensure that they’re being exposed to age-appropriate content.
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Every small change to promote healthy levels of screen time is a step in the right direction for the health, wellbeing and development of children.
A Jewish woman lights a candle for the festival of Hanukkah at the Western Wall Plaza in Jerusalem.
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The Jewish festival of Hanukkah, which in 2022 begins on the evening of Dec. 18, focuses on the story of the male Maccabees. But women are also heroes in histories from that era, including Judith and Hannah.
Train journeys have been embraced as climate-friendly travel.
Swedish views on holidays are shifting towards reducing air travel, media analysis shows.
Negotiation concepts can be used not only to get what you need or want but also to make your family life happier overall.
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Negotiation does not have to be win-lose; it can and should be win-win.
Experts give trick-or-treating the green light this year.
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There’s no need to pull out the candy catapult this year, but a few reasonable precautions can keep COVID-19 transmissions in check.
Despite international travel restrictions, the pandemic hasn’t raised levels of domestic tourism. But it has changed what people do in the UK.
The expansion of railways meant more people could travel around the country for seaside getaways.
Expanding railways and changes in labour practices meant that the Victorians had time for a proper holiday and many took to the British coast.
Good information and appropriate facilities are in short supply.
After lockdowns and bans on flying, tourists will have high expectations and demands.
Memories of past holidays shape this one and ones years in the future.
Our work is often so closely tied to our sense of who we are, many of us struggle to switch off on holidays. But it’s never too late to hide the laptop.
A colorful vintage cartoon greeting card depicts a caricature of a soldier receiving a message from the ‘Pigeon Express’.
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A professor of comedy examines holiday cards in times of struggles. They aren’t all sad.
Many older adults are learning new digital skills to help them socialize virtually.
Older adults – despite their awareness of increased risk of COVID-19 – are not reporting more feelings of anxiety, anger or stress than younger age groups.
AirBNB IPO share price as at December 10, 2020.
Airbnb is taking a very bold step by issuing a multi billion dollar IPO during a global economic slowdown – something that was unthinkable a few years ago.
Getting the portions right can be tricky.
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People worried about gaining weight over the holidays may try to estimate how many calories are in the foods they put on their plates. But it’s not as easy as it looks.
Some movie fans who await Christmas Day movie openings will be stuck in the middle of cinema closures due to COVID-19 and streaming restrictions. Here, a still from ‘Wonder Woman 1984.’
Canadians won’t be able to stream ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ when it launches Christmas Day. Surfing streaming menus and reviews for what to watch and where may become a new Christmas movie tradition.
In lieu of in-person gatherings, holiday and end-of-year celebrations will be virtual because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The second (and third) wave of the pandemic continues as the end-of-year holiday season approaches. Here are strategies to fight Zoom fatigue while staying virtually close to your loved ones.