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When you're constipated, you have hard or lumpy stools that are difficult to pass. Most people have experienced being blocked up from time to time, whether it’s while travelling, after taking painkillers, or when you’ve let your diet go. But some people will experience constipation more often, and for longer periods. Chronic constipation is generally defined as a problem that has persisted for six months or more. It can mean you have hard or lumpy stools that you’re straining to pass, or are passing fewer than three stools per week – or both. Constipation is sometimes r…
13 hours ago · From The_Conversation_Australia
This is the last article in our series on homeschooling in Australia. The series answers common questions including why homeschooling is on the rise and how outcomes of homeschooled children compare with those who attend formal schooling. A successful homeschooling experience happens when children and parents know the expectations, set targets and enjoy it. In some families, one child can be home schooled while another attends a mainstream school – if those options suit the individual chil…
4 days ago · From The_Conversation_Australia
The Australian continent has a remarkable history — a story of isolation, desiccation and resilience on an ark at the edge of the world. It is a story of survival, ingenuity, and awe-inspiring achievements over many years. Shortly after the dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago, Australia was torn from the supercontinent of Gondwana by immense tectonic forces and began its long, lonely, journey north towards the equator. The lush temperate forests of Gondwana slowly disappeared as the Australian landmass pushed…
4 days ago · From The_Conversation_Australia
Pierre Bayle said all peoples’ beliefs and rituals should be tolerated out of respect for their fundamental humanity. It is telling that the greatest early modern philosophical defender of tolerance was a refugee. Pierre Bayle, a Protestant, fled his native France in 1681. He would lose several family members in the persecution of the Huguenots after Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in 1685. Largely forgotten, Bayle’s writings were among the most widely read of the 18th century. In the wake of the tragic attack in Christchurch, and the wider rise of anti-li…
5 days ago · From The_Conversation_Australia