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Right-to-die case fails

Right-to-die case fails | Health Education | Scoop.it
The High Court has rejected a bid by Lecretia Seales to end her life, on the day she died from her illness.
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Ten Reasons Why Voluntary Euthanasia Should Not Be | The Life Resources Charitable Trust


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How much is your child costing you? - National - NZ Herald News

How much is your child costing you? - National - NZ Herald News | Health Education | Scoop.it
Raising a child to the age of 18 will cost the average parents almost $250,000. - New Zealand Herald
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Question to answer - Which task does this article help you with and if a child cost so much how would young people with a lack of education be able to pay for a child?

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Joshua Hooks's comment, March 18, 2015 2:16 AM
This article could help me with task 2. If a parent or parents wished to raise a child to 18 with close numbers to the almost average of $250,000 with lack of education, they may need to think outside of the box and earn income through work that is not reliant of academic qualifications and several hours of the day e.g. entrepreneur, artistry (musical and/or visual) and various agriculture. If raising a child came with the intention of spending far less than $250,000, then the parent/s may need to look into cheaper alternatives for everyday needs of the child e.g. efficient water heating for showers, wholesale foods, low energy lighting and pre-owned clothing. If the parent or parents are not capable of earning enough to avoid seeking cheaper alternatives, the child may undergo many obstacles that can leave them behind other children socially, physically and academically; no matter what, in the end, a life is the most precious gift.
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Sex education: have we got it wrong? - National - NZ Herald News

Sex education: have we got it wrong? - National - NZ Herald News | Health Education | Scoop.it
It all started with a 12-year-old boy who came home from school very upset. His teacher had told his class that anal and oral sex were alternatives to intercourse and that it was okay - New Zealand Herald

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Q- Should sex education be taught in schools as a prevention measure for teenage pregnancy? (why/why not)

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Lani Sitagata's comment, March 9, 2015 3:42 AM
I think that yes it should be taught in schools, but the content that is chosen to be taught to the students should be more age appropriate. For example twelve year old's do not need such explicit ideas implanted in their heads about sex which they'd never even considered before. I don't think it should be taught as a prevention method, but rather just as a way that teenagers deserve to be educated about something that will potentially affect them.
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Homophobia a big challenge

Homophobia a big challenge | Health Education | Scoop.it
Will the first All Black to out himself as gay be the bravest man in sport in this country, asks Phil Gifford.
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Getting Better: 200 Years of Medicine

Getting Better is a short documentary that explores three remarkable stories of medical progress: Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Surgery. The film looks at the role of re...

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Rachael Dixon's curator insight, March 16, 2013 3:30 PM

44 minutes long - I wonder how useful this is for an understanding of the development of Westenr Medicine over the past 200 years?

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Euthanasia: A Utilitarian Perspective

Euthanasia: A Utilitarian Perspective | Health Education | Scoop.it
There are many bioethical issues to discuss but I'd rather choose the Euthanasia to relate to our moral theory, the famous utilitarianism. The utilitarianism is complete and integrated and is one o...

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Teen parent overview - Kiwi Families

Teen parent overview - Kiwi Families | Health Education | Scoop.it
New Zealand has one of the highest teenage pregnancy rates in the developed world, with about 50 teenage girls in every 1,000 falling pregnant. Of these pr
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Question to answer - Which task does this article help you with and what area of pregnancy would be your biggest issue and why

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Hannah Littlewood's comment, March 19, 2015 3:17 AM
task 2 and the biggest issue is they girls mum also had her in her teenage years. like lani said we need to stop the cycle so it dosent carry on
Sarah Clark's comment, March 19, 2015 5:42 PM
will use this for task 2
Asha Chandra's comment, March 24, 2015 3:49 PM
Task 2 because children that were born to a teenage parent are most likely to be a teenage parent themselves because they think its the right thing to do. It effects their life in a bad way. This cycle must be stopped because the rate of teenage pregnancies is increasing.
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Condoms given out at school

Condoms given out at school | Health Education | Scoop.it
A high school handed out condoms to girls as young as 15 after a dozen girls returned from summer holidays pregnant.

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Kayla Bacon's comment, March 17, 2015 5:28 PM
giving out free condoms at school is encouraging as well as promoting safe sex it should not be seen as an influence but for safety
Kayla Bacon's comment, March 17, 2015 5:28 PM
giving out free condoms at school is encouraging as well as promoting safe sex it should not be seen as an influence but for safety
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British Olympian comes out

British Olympian comes out | Health Education | Scoop.it
High profile British Olympic diver Tom Daley has been hailed a role model after his emotional announcement that he is in a relationship with a man.
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