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The benefits of inclusive education are numerous for both students with and without disabilities

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However relative this problem might be, everyone needing urgent medical attention will benefit from faster response times. Tackling this issue, the is a small flying robot capable of getting – e.g. a defibrillator – to a patient within a 12 square kilometre (4.6 square miles) radius within just one minute, increasing the chance of survival from 8% to 80%.

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Every year, 800,000 people suffer a cardiac arrest in Europe and only 8% survive. The main reason for this is the response time of emergency services – around 10 minutes on average – while brain death and fatalities occur with four to six minutes. Europe’s response time, however, pales when looking at the African continent where response times can take as long as four hours – if the ambulance shows up at all.

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Despite the financial stress that Karaka and I experienced during our time away from work, we know we were tremendously lucky. Even though our leave was largely unpaid, we were financially stable enough to absorb the hit to our bank account and still make rent, pay for food, and even enjoy the occasional dinner out … once we were confident Will wouldn’t scream at the top of his lungs throughout the meal.

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Because FMLA only guarantees unpaid leave from work, not everyone can afford to take time away from their job to care for their newborn children. It breaks my heart that so many new mothers and fathers are forced to leave their children so soon after they’re born. It’s truly a crushing thought, and a harsh reality of life.

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…paid parental leave can reduce infant mortality by as much as 10%, and increases the likelihood of infants getting well-baby care visits and vaccinations. Paid parental leave can also increase the rate and duration of breast-feeding. A 2011 study in California found that women who had paid leave breast-fed twice as long as women who did not take leave. Babies who are breast-fed, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, are less likely to get a variety of infections and are also at lower risk for asthma, obesity and sudden infant death syndrome. There are benefits to mothers, too, as women who breast-feed are less likely to get breast cancer, ovarian cancer, type 2 diabetes and heart disease, according to the CDC.

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In America, where we live, the , guarantees parents of newborn children “up to 12 workweeks of unpaid, job-protected leave a year, and requires group health benefits to be maintained during the leave as if employees continued to work instead of taking leave.” (It’s important to note that FMLA maternity leave policies don’t apply to all workers; the law only applies to employees who have worked for at least 12 months at a company with at least 50 employees, and there are various other restrictions.)

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That night, I reset my expectations. I realized the only realistic goal for the next four weeks would be keeping our newborn fed, clean, and safe. From that moment, my every waking moment was doing just that. I showered while Will napped, poking my head out from behind the shower curtain every five seconds or so to make sure he was OK. I ate when I could, which wasn’t regularly; I vividly remember a morning when I shoveled down a huge bowl of leftover spaghetti Bolognese at about 7 a.m., knowing it might be my only opportunity to eat until Karaka came home from work.