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15.000 padres adolescentes sin diploma y sin empleo

 07/16/2014 - 17:30
15.000 padres adolescentes sin diploma y sin empleo

Un nuevo estudio local evidenció que los padres adolescentes que residen en Filadelfia enfrentan barreras al tratar de accesar servicios médicos para sus hijos.
El último informe enfocado en esta problemática publicado por la organización ‘Public Citizens for Children and Youth’ (PCCY), y se titula “How Does Access to Childcare Affect High School Completion in Philadelphia’s Multiple Pathways to Graduation Programs?”.

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No diploma and no jobs for 15,000 teen parents

 07/16/2014 - 17:26
No diploma and no jobs for 15,000 teen parents

A new local report found that teen parents trying to earn their diploma face long wait times and major barriers to access child care.
Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY) released the study “How Does Access to Childcare Affect High School Completion in Philadelphia’s Multiple Pathways to Graduation Programs?”
“Of all students, teen parents face the greatest need to earn a diploma and get a job, but they are getting shortchanged by the state,” said Donna Cooper, Executive Director of PCCY.

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¿Un pedo saludable?

 07/15/2014 - 14:24
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Estamos leyendo por doquier en la web que el olor de la flatulencia puede reducir su probabilidad de desarrollar cáncer. Incluso puede ayudar a prevenir los accidentes cerebrovasculares y la demencia. Bueno, eso es si usted puede creer lo que redacta el Mail Online, el tabloide británico con una reputación dudosa. 

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A healthy fart?

 07/15/2014 - 14:18
By Libertinus Yomango (originally posted to Flickr as Shame) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

We’re reading all over the web that the smell of flatulence can reduce your chance of developing cancer. It may even help prevent strokes and dementia. Well, that’s if you can believe reports from the Mail Online, a British online tabloid with a bit of a dicey reputation.

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