Следователи возбудили уголовное дело в отношении 22-летней девушки, племянница которой погибла на спуске горнолыжной трассы в Новосибирске. Об этом сообщается на сайте регионального следственного управления СК.
По данным следствия, днем 1 января девушка вместе с малолетней племянницей находились на спуске горнолыжной трассы комплекса «Корел-Иня» в Новосибирске. Подозреваемая отпустила из рук ледянку, на которой находилась девочка, ребенок начал скатываться с горы и столкнулся с металлической опорой канатной дороги. От полученных травм девочка скончалась на месте.
В отношении тети ребенка возбудили дело по ч. 1 ст. 109 УК (причинение смерти по неосторожности). Следователи устанавливают обстоятельство произошедшего.
Ранее «Вести-Новосибирск» со ссылкой на пресс-службу СК сообщали, что погибшей девочке было девять лет. В сообщении группы «Новосибирская служба эвакуации АСТ-54» во «ВКонтакте» говорилось, что ребенок катался в не предназначенном для этого месте, на склоне горнолыжного комплекса.
Sleep for new parents doesn't return to pre-pregnancy levels for up to six years after the birth of their first baby, with mum getting less sleep than dad, study confirms.
Whether it's comforting a baby or breastfeeding, mothers appear to do a lot more of the night time parenting work than fathers, McGill University researchers found.
A total of 111 parents had their sleep patterns studied for two weeks shortly after their babies were born to understand how this varies from parent to parent.
Surprisingly, they found that mums who are raising their first child are more likely to have better sleep than mothers who are on their second or third.
Mothers with one baby reported having less interrupted and better-quality sleep than mums with more than one child to take care of, they discovered.
The total amount of sleep did not differ depending on the number of children.
No difference was noted in fathers sleep, the study found, suggesting that dads get the same sleep whether it it is their first, second or third baby.
Parents sleep disruption is often due to infants typically sleeping in short periods of three to four hours - although some may begin to sleep all night by six months.
Dr Marie-Hélène Pennestri, study author, said experienced mothers perceive they have more fragmented sleep than first time mums.
'Tension in the marital relationship may transpire if childcare is one-sided and not discussed collaboratively,' warned Pennestri.
The extra sleep reported by dads compared to their partners could be due to the fact 96 per cent of fathers in the study were working during the research period.
'Thus, couples may have decided that mothers, instead of fathers, would wake up during the night to care for the infant,' the researcher said.
'Whether this situation was acknowledged and discussed by both parents, or if it occurred naturally, remains to be investigated.'
She added: 'In addition, it is possible that second, third or fourth-time mothers reported more sleep disruption than first-time mothers not only to feed and care for their infant, but to care for their older children as well.'
Researchers say interventions developed by healthcare providers targeting an equal distribution of daytime and night time childcare tasks could be helpful.
These interventions should be tailored to each family member, depending on their situation - taking into account other commitments including childcare and work.
The study was published in the Journal of Sleep Research.
Jessica Chastain has landed the January/February 2021 cover of Shape Magazine.
The 43-year-old redheaded bombshell spoke to the women's health magazine about her approach to fitness and food, and paving the way for women in Hollywood by fighting for fair pay.
Posing in vibrant neon colors, the Zero Dark Thirty actress opened up about her mission to use her platform for good as she said, 'For me, it's about the action of doing.'
An industry vet who boasts two Academy Award nominations, Chastain reveals she is more than a pretty face as she talks about putting in the work to make a change in Hollywood.
'You can talk about something; you can wish it to happen. But at a certain point, what can you do that actually shifts the conversation?,' she purports.
'I want to use whatever platform I'm given to amplify someone who doesn't have a platform. I've always felt it was irresponsible to allow another person to be ignored, bullied, or unheard. I don't want to live in a world where something like that is okay.'
Founding her own production company, Freckle Films, she has made it her mission to make movies that champion feminine strength both on and off camera.
'I'm trying to put images out there that challenge a preconceived notion or system or a stereotype of what a woman is.'
'Boys and men should be comfortable seeing women in these roles. Otherwise, we're denying them the realization that the feminine is powerful and strong,' she added.
Speaking about her 2022 film, The 355 - which she also produced - she spoke about her forward-thinking business approach when it came to ensuring the women in the project got the fair pay they deserve.
'A lot of times, our names are used to sell movies, and that's how the money is raised for them. So I thought, if our names are being sold, then we need to be the owners of the film.'
Starring alongside Lupita Nyong'o, Penelope Cruz, Diane Kruger and Fan Bingbing in the movie about female spies, Chastain opted for a fiercely unconventional approach to the film as she made all her co-stars partial owners of the film's rights.
Pitching the concept to her co-stars she told them: 'We're going to sell the distribution rights to raise the budget for the film, and then everyone owns a portion of the box office,' adding that the right's sold very quickly.
Realizing the magnitude of what she pulled off as a way to ensure fair pay for all the actresses involved she said:
'I don't know if anything like this has been done before, and honestly, I'm a bit shocked I got away with it...but hopefully it creates a new model in which artists can own their work.'
Her championing of women stems in large from the strong ladies in her life as she spoke about the blessing of being in lockdown alongside her mother and grandmother.
Speaking about her quarantine fitness regimen, the Interstellar actress said that even her 80-year-old grandma, Marilyn Herst, got in on the fun.
'I did Isaac Boots' Torch'd workouts with my grandmother, who is in her 80s. It was such a breath of sanity during that time to do it every morning with my grandma. And she really helped me be accountable.'
Though she said at times getting herself to workout was hard, the 'confidence' she felt afterwards kept her going.
'It's the sense of being proud of myself...once I finish, I immediately feel like a superhero.'
A trained chef, Chastain has been vegan for 14 years after she found her body was 'wrecked' from quickly gaining and losing weight for various film roles, prompting her friend to suggest a two week raw detox diet.
'The first week, I was so miserable. But by the second week, I had so much energy. When the two weeks were over, I was like, "I'm done!" I went to a restaurant and ordered risotto and fish. And that night, I felt sick again. I decided that my body was clearly telling me the way it wanted me to eat.'
A fierce go-getter when it comes to listening to her body and ensuring the projects she signs on to are 'socially responsible' she chalks it all up to 'the action of doing.'
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По данным Всемирной организации здравоохранения (ВОЗ), число зараженных коронавирусом в мире превысило 94,1 млн человек, из них более 2 млн умерли. Согласно данным Университета Джонса Хопкинса, в мире заразились более 96,1 млн человек, более 2 млн скончались.