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Enrich your shower routine by switching from bottled products to more traditional bars of soap! Sustainable hair care and beauty products companies have begun to produce shampoo, conditioner, and shower soap all in bar form. If you wash your hair three or four times a week, over a year, that adds up to 24 bottles, and over 10 years it's 240 – a lot of plastic waste!  
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Score: 1031976.3 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...er-armenia-lets-make-it-happen
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3 fun ways to practice problem solving | UNICEF Parenting Skip to main content Parenting Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Parenting QUICK LINKS About COVID-19 guide for parents Developmental milestones Mini parenting master classes Parenting inspiration Partners Sign up Main navigation Child Development Child Care Health Food and nutrition Search area has closed. (...) How does it feel on your hair, or your skin? 2. Take a piece of card or a leaf, close your eyes and blow it using wind power. 3. (...) Learn how playing independently can benefit your child’s development Visit the page Article Indoor play ideas to stimulate young children Safe fun and learning during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak Read the story Video Building babies’ brains through play A Harvard professor's tips on how to boost your baby's brain development Watch now Footer UNICEF Parenting Child development Developmental milestones Child care Food and nutrition Health COVID-19 guide for parents About UNICEF Parenting Discover more about UNICEF Where we work Take action for children Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1029758.9 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...-ways-practice-problem-solving
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But it can also involve kicking, shaking or throwing children, scratching, pinching, biting, pulling hair, forcing children to stay in uncomfortable positions, burning, scalding or forced ingestion. (...) These include within the home and family, in all forms of alternative care, schools and other educational institutions and justice systems - both as a sentence of the courts and as a punishment within penal and other institutions - in situations of child labour, and in the community. (...) It may require specific provisions in sectoral laws covering education, justice and alternative care. But it should be made explicitly clear that the criminal law on assault also covers all corporal punishment, guaranteeing children equal protection under the law.
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Score: 1029758.9 - https://violenceagainstchildre...n.org/content/forms-punishment
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But it can also involve kicking, shaking or throwing children, scratching, pinching, biting, pulling hair, forcing children to stay in uncomfortable positions, burning, scalding or forced ingestion. (...) These include within the home and family, in all forms of alternative care, schools and other educational institutions and justice systems - both as a sentence of the courts and as a punishment within penal and other institutions - in situations of child labour, and in the community. (...) It may require specific provisions in sectoral laws covering education, justice and alternative care. But it should be made explicitly clear that the criminal law on assault also covers all corporal punishment, guaranteeing children equal protection under the law.
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Score: 1029758.9 - https://violenceagainstchildren.un.org/node/3684
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София, България UNICEF Bulgaria/2019/Yotova Available in: Български English 19 July 2019 Imagine a child, a girl with short loose hair. She is happy, truly happy. She’s playing in a garden, sort of like the Secret Garden. (...) Cool breeze playing with your hair, your hectic life left downstairs… you are in a place of complete serenity. (...) STORIES Related topics Voices of Youth Youth Youth engagement Youth media Bulgaria More to explore Article Youth participation in the pilot project EU Child Guarantee See what the young people from Burgas, Sliven and Stara Zagora found on the topics they have researched in the field of healthcare Read the story Article What is the reason for children not receiving health care? See results from a new U-Report survey anong youth Read the story Press release 02 June 2021 UNICEF's Innovative Digital Platform will Help Teens Protect themselves from Cyber Attacks and Online Bullying Visit the page Press release 24 May 2021 UNICEF launches campaign on digital literacy of teenagers and online safety Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports News and stories Take action About UNICEF Situation of the children in Bulgaria Ambassadors Champions for the children Child rights Partners Campaigns Шампиони за децата Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1027911.7 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgaria/en/stories/imagine
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Always consult your health-care provider about exercise during pregnancy. Continue eating a variety of foods to make sure that you are getting adequate energy, protein, vitamins and minerals. (...) If you think you are in labour, contact your health-care provider.   UNICEF How your baby is growing During this final stage of development, your little one is getting ready to leave the womb. (...) When should I meet with my health-care provider? During your third trimester, you should have five appointments with your health-care provider: at 30 weeks, 34 weeks, 36 weeks, 38 weeks and 40 weeks.
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Score: 1027411.9 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...ncy-milestones/third-trimester
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS BY PERSONS WITH ALBINISM : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
In tyrosinase negative albinism, there is little or no production of melanin; it is often characterized by white hair and opaque or transparent irises. In tyrosinase positive albinism, which is the more prevalent subtype, particularly in African countries, some melanin is produced; it is characterized by yellow-blonde or sandy- coloured hair and grey to light brown irises. (...) A/HRC/37/57 6 of such care, financial constraints and limited accessibility, notably regarding transportation due to the uneven spatial distribution of services.9 18. (...) Furthermore, States parties shall require health professionals to provide care of the same quality to persons with albinism as is available to others; prohibit discrimination against persons with albinism in the provision of health services; and prevent discriminatory denial of health care or health services on the basis of disability or colour. 24.
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Score: 1019491.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/37/57&Lang=E
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Always consult your health-care provider about exercise during pregnancy. Continue eating a variety of foods to make sure that you are getting adequate energy, protein, vitamins and minerals.   (...) If you think you are in labour, contact your health-care provider. UNICEF How your baby is growing During this final stage of development, your little one is getting ready to leave the womb. (...) When should I meet with my health-care provider? During your third trimester, you should have five appointments with your health-care provider: at 30 weeks, 34 weeks, 36 weeks, 38 weeks and 40 weeks.
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Score: 1019118.8 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto...ies/your-third-trimester-guide
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She lost her appetite and hair – and her sense of taste. Moreover, the costs of therapy were tremendous – full treatment was ¥2 million (US$ 18 000) a year. (...) Five years later, patient management was strengthened by the establishment of the community hepatitis care network which links primary care physicians with specialised regional centres to jointly co-manage liver disease. (...) Subsidised costs for hepatitis care means that people like Sachiko can access the best possible treatment using DAA medicines to cure hepatitis C.
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Score: 1017827.1 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...disease-and-financial-hardship
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 13 DECEMBER 2013 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Five of them had been immediately taken to Martyr Yusuf Al Azmah Hospital to receive emergency care. III. Chronology of the activities of the United Nations Mission 27. (...) Those affected had been given symptomatic treatment with a few patients requiring intensive care. 54. The Syrian report of 20 August 2013 further stated that some of the blood tests conducted had found cholinesterase activity to be reduced. (...) One of the patients was unconscious and was transferred to the intensive care unit. The medical records state, however, that the patients were conscious and responsive with restricted pupils and bronchial spasms at the time of admission to the emergency room.
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Score: 1013096.6 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...SF/GET?OPEN&DS=A/68/663&LANG=E
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