Why are children more vulnerable to disease?

Answer Their immune systems aren't fully developed yet and they haven't had enough exposure to different pathogens to develop immunity to various strains of viruses.

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I work in a day nursery with young children how can the setting support vulnerable children and families?

Well, bullying can be as simple as lightly teasing someone to make other people laugh. Have you done that before?

How to Be More Vulnerable in Relationships?

You often mask your true self in a relationship. You have trouble expressing your fears and weaknesses, or making a long-term commitment, because it will make you emotionally vulnerable. If this so... Read More »

How can teachers help vulnerable children?

Vulnerable children are at risk for being bullied, failing school and engaging in delinquent behaviors. There are a number of ways that educators can help these children cope with their life situat... Read More »

Is Windows inherently more vulnerable to malware attacks than OS X?

A 2009 ESET survey found that Mac and PC users report an equal vulnerability to cyber attacks from malware. Unlike hacking attempts, malware requires trickery on the part of the malicious coder--wh... Read More »