23.Nov 23 November 2021 On November 21, more than 2 million university students attended the first day of the Enem, the national examination of the Brazilian high school. However, those 2 million represented only 74% of students enrolled – the lowest number in over 15 years, mainly due to educational inequalities exacerbated by the pandemic. …

Hundreds of patients a year will benefit from a new procedure that uses glue instead of open brain surgery for the treatment of head trauma. The procedure, which was first performed in Ireland at Beaumont Hospital, will particularly benefit elderly patients with brain hemorrhages from low falls or other forms of trauma. Rather than requiring …

Various partners in the education sector are currently organizing a first national Kinyarwanda reading competition for students, aiming, among other things, to promote reading and writing for local language content, as well as to identify authoring talents. among young people. Organized by the Federation of Writers of Rwanda (RWF) in collaboration with the Ministry of …

The rapid home antigen test will be used to reduce the disruption positive COVID-19 cases have on schools and student learning. NSW government expands use of rapid home antigen testing (RAHT) to reduce the time students and staff spend away from school if they are in close contact with a case positive. According to advice …

Surgeons at WVU Medicine performed West Virginia’s first liver explant for tumor resection and autologous liver transplantation – a very rare procedure that requires a multidisciplinary team of heart and liver transplant surgeons to care for a patient. The procedure is only available at a small number of academic medical centers in the United States. …

November is the month I lost both of my parents. Granted, it was 18 years apart, but it’s still a different month for me. Last week I tried to tell you about my father, my hero. And I hope I had some success. Now I want to tell you about my mother, also my hero, …

The Pan African Students Union along with a coalition of local and international civil society organizations and development partners interested in education petitioned Parliament on the need to increase investment in education from public base to improve quality. The petition submitted on November 17 to the Special Parliamentary Committee on Education is part of a …

Are you worried about something today? If you’re like most people, you’re probably worried about your weight. It might not be at the top of your list, but according to a survey by Beneden Health in the UK, it’s the # 1 concern for most people. Here are the top ten concerns according to this …

These two notable additions can be explained by relatively minor issues. The president’s persistent cough and throat clearing were “more frequent and severe,” according to the report. He attributed the change to gastroesophageal reflux disease. The report also states that the president’s approach is “significantly more rigid and less fluid” than it was last year. …