Posts Tagged ‘Young women’

I was a McAuley High School student. It was no ‘joke’.

Thursday, May 26th, 2022
McAuley High School

Over the weekend, as Australia elected a new prime minister and Beauden Barrett landed a drop goal to secure the Blues a win against the Brumbies, a clip from an Australian podcast went viral on TikTok. On the latest episode of Jordan Simi’s Grouse & A Few Reds podcast, released on May 20, the topic Read more

Young women of faith less aware of cervical cancer risk

Thursday, August 31st, 2017

A University of Utah Huntsman Cancer Institute survey has found women who practise a religion are less likely to know about the human papillomavirus (HPV) than women without a religion. Among a host of other diseases, HPV immunisation aims to protect young people from HPV infection and the risk of developing cervical cancer. Women who Read more

Marist College preparing students for the digital age

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
digital age

Marist College, a girls’ Catholic secondary school in Mt Albert, endeavours to equip its students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be successful in the digital age. It wants the students to have the confidence to select the areas in which their interests lie; and with the skills required to take their learning further Read more

Body image in a digital age — selfie esteem

Friday, September 5th, 2014

With young adults constantly facing the camera, schools and parents need to find creative ways to instill the value of self-worth to the selfie generation. On a recent Monday morning, Clare Harper’s cousin sent her a picture of herself for “Selfie Monday” via Snapchat, a texting and image-sharing service that deletes pictures soon after they Read more

Young women less likely to get common cold

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

While young men think they’re invincible, according to an Australian study Man Flu is real and young men are more susceptible to the common cold than young women. Researchers in the University of Queensland’s School of Medicine at Princess Alexandra Hospital have found that age and sex plays a significant role in how the immune Read more