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Rocks premiered at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival and was released in the United Kingdom on 18 September 2020. The film received acclaim from critics, and was nominated for seven awards at the 74th British Academy Film Awards, including Outstanding British Film and Best Actress in a Leading Role for Bakray, making her one of the youngest nominees for the award. Nineteen-year-old Bukky Bakray also received BAFTA Rising Star Award, becoming the youngest winner in the category.
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Certain movements, such as coughing, swallowing, weight lifting, going to the bathroom, or even hair-grooming may stretch or press on sensitive nerve endings. This trigger is rare and usually affects teens; with the vast majority outgrowing it.
Postural orthostasis tachycardia syndrome (POTS). This condition affects an estimated 1 in 100 teens who get a rapid heartbeat and lightheadedness or fainting when standing, especially after lying down. Episodes often start after viral illness, trauma, or major surgery.
Medications may be prescribed in certain cases. Some types of steroids, beta blockers, and anti-arrhythmic drugs and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) anti-depressants may help some patients. More research is needed to determine the effectiveness of these medications in children and teens.
Most children and teens who faint recover quickly and without any lasting harm. Knowing how to help prevent fainting spells, like getting plenty of fluids, can help avoid the scary experience of passing out. Any time your child does faint, be sure to tell your pediatrician.
The number of FTEs has fallen for both boys and girls over the last decade, with the larger percentage decrease seen in girls. The number of FTEs who are girls has fallen by 90% (from around 12,900 to around 1,300) over the last ten years. This compares to a decrease of 77% for FTEs who are boys over the same period (from around 32,900 to around 7,400). In the latest year, there was a 33% fall in FTEs who are girls compared to an 18% decrease in boys (Supplementary Table 2.6).
In the year ending March 2021, around 2,100 girls and around 13,600 boys received a caution or sentence, a decrease of 25% and 16% respectively. The number of girls as a proportion of the total number of children who received a caution or sentence fell to its lowest level (13%), with a decrease of two percentage points compared with the previous year. Compared with the year ending March 2011, the numbers of girls and boys receiving a caution or sentence have fallen by 89% and 79% respectively.
As with the number of RPIs, the average monthly rate of RPIs per 100 children and young adults in the youth secure estate has also decreased for the first time in the last five years. In the latest year, the average monthly rate of RPIs per 100 children and young adults in the youth secure estate was 55.0, a decrease from the previous year (72.4). As shown in Figure 8.2, decreases in the rate of RPIs were seen in all demographic groups except for girls, which saw a minor increase.
As shown in Figure 9.3, the reoffending rate for boys has been higher than for girls in each of the last ten years. In the latest year, the reoffending rate for boys was 35.8%, compared to 25.1% for girls. The reoffending rates for both sexes has followed a similar trend, decreasing each year since the year ending March 2015, except for the year ending March 2019 when the reoffending rate for girls increased by 0.8 percentage points. However, the most recent year showed the largest falls in the time series for both boys and girls (falling by 3.7 percentage points and 3.0 percentage points respectively).
Supplementary Table 9.2 shows that the average number of reoffences per reoffender (frequency rate) fell for boys in the last year but rose for girls, causing the frequency rate for girls to be higher than that for boys for the first time in the time series (4.31 and 3.57 respectively).
Although there is still much to learn about the impact Instagram has on teen girls, here are a few key takeaways from Facebook's internal research findings, reported by The Wall Street Journal earlier this week:
While there is much political debate on if/how Facebook should be regulated, there is not much attention on helping teen girls understand how their mental health is being impacted and equipping them with the skills needed to advocate for and create the changes they wish to see from Instagram. According to the Journal, many of the teens they interviewed for their article said they didn't want Instagram to disappear.
Joy Lindsay is the Founder & CEO of Butterfly Dreamz, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that helps girls develop into women who achieve their dreams and fill the roles of leadership in this nation and world. Through mentorship, scholarships, and youth-led community action, Butterfly Dreamz equips girls to be confident leaders who disrupt the status quo. 041b061a72