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    • 28TH JUNE 2022
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    Green light to the ‘trans law’: allowing sex change without medical report

    Green light to the ‘trans law’: allowing sex change without medical report

    The ruling prohibits conversion, aversion or counterconditioning therapies and consolidates LGTBI rights The Council of Ministers has given the green light this Monday, the eve of the International LGTBI Pride Day, to the bill for the real and effective equality of trans people and to guarantee the rights of LGTBI people, which aims to depathologize

    • 20TH JUNE 2022
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    What are autism spectrum disorders?

    What are autism spectrum disorders?

    Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are developmental disabilities caused by differences in the brain. Some people with ASD have a known difference, such as a genetic condition. Other causes are not yet known. Scientists believe that ASDs have multiple causes that, acting together, change the ways that people develop. We still have a lot to learn

    • 14TH JUNE 2022
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    Temperatures set to rise to above 40ºC

    Temperatures set to rise to above 40ºC

    Drink lots of water or avoid dark colors, tips to survive the ‘heat wave’ that is devastating Spain An episode of high temperatures will raise thermometers to 42 degrees for the next few days   – Keep spaces well ventilated. – Eat light and regular meals, rich in water and mineral salts, such as fruits

    • 13TH JUNE 2022
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    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    All children may experience very stressful situations that affect the way they think and feel. Most of the time, children recover quickly. However, sometimes children who experience intense stress—such as in cases of injury, death or possible death of a family member or close friend, or violence—will be affected in the long run. The child

    • 31ST MAY 2022
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    Suicide Helpline 024

    Suicide Helpline 024

    The suicide helpline 024 was recently created in May 2022 and forms part of a wider strategy to combat the ongoing effects of COVID on mental health According to the ministry of health, the objective of this action plan is to contribute to the improvement of mental health by promoting support and healthier coping skills

    • 9TH MAY 2022
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    Anger Management

    Anger Management

    Anger Management Anger is an emotion and, like all emotions, it helps us adapt to different situations, especially those that require a response to having our goals or objectives frustrated. Experiencing an adaptive anger reaction helps us overcome danger or aggression from our surroundings or environment. But when left unchecked, it ceases to be adaptive

    • 29TH APRIL 2022
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    Spanish Ministry of Health outsource management of the homologation process for European healthcare professionals

    Spanish Ministry of Health outsource management of the homologation process for European healthcare professionals

    The ministerial body will allocate 322,011.46 euros for the recognition of degrees obtained in the European Union The Ministry of Health has commissioned the company Tragsatec to carry out technical and administrative support in managing the recognition of titles obtained in the European Union for access to and exercise of regulated health profession in Spain.

    • 19TH APRIL 2022
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    COVID 19: End of Mandatory Facemask Use

    COVID 19: End of Mandatory Facemask Use

    Today will be the last day of mandatory mask use indoors. A measure that has proven effective in containing the spread of Covid-19 and that will be maintained on public transport and centers with vulnerable populations. Specifically, according to the Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, the royal decree that the Congress will approve on Tuesday

    • 22ND MARCH 2022
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    Are emotions a biological reality or a social construction?

    Are emotions a biological reality or a social construction?

    Emotions seem primal. We all release them from within us in a similar way. They accompany us from birth. They are peculiar and recognizable phenomena of our interior world. When something happens in the world, be it a gunshot or a seductive look, our emotions engage automatically, as if someone had flipped a switch. We

    • 15TH MARCH 2022
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    Metacognition and Self-regulation in the Classroom

    Metacognition and Self-regulation in the Classroom

    Metacognition and self-regulation approaches (sometimes known as “learning to learn”) seek to help students learn about their learning in a more explicit way. This is done by teaching specific strategies for setting goals, monitoring and evaluation of their own academic performance. Self-regulation means managing personal motivation towards learning. The idea is that thestudents have strategies