When Will Coronavirus be Over?
On today’s show we spoke with Professor Paul Moynagh, Head of the Biology Department in Maynooth University, Ireland about Coronavirus to find out just when Coronavirus will be over and life can go back to Normal?!
Buster and Buddy also found out loads more about Coronavirus started, how vaccines work…and most importantly, when they can get to hug their Grandparents again!
Listen to the show to find hear what Professor Paul told us, to hear kids talking about Coronavirus…as well as telling us their Jokes of the Day!
And remember to Stay Healthy, Stay Happy and Stay Well!
Michelle and her team have a collective 50years experience working with kids as teachers, entertainers and parents!
GUEST OF THE DAY
Professor Paul Moynagh
Prof. Paul Moynagh has been the Head of the Department of Biology in NUI Maynooth since 2006. He has published extensively in the area of immunology-related research.
Prof. Moynagh obtained his B.A (Mod) and PhD from Trinity College Dublin. After postdoctoral fellowships he took up a lectureship in UCD Department of Pharmacology in 1995 before becoming founding Head of the UCD School of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science. In 2009 he was awarded the NUI Centennials Prize for Academic Publishing in Medical and Health Sciences and is the recipient of the 2014 Irish Area Section Biochemical Society (IASBS) Medal. He is also Director of the Human Health Research Institute in NUI Maynooth.
MINI MINDFULNESS MOMENTS
Louise Shanagher is a children’s therapist, mindfulness teacher and trainer. Louise has a BA and MSc in Psychology and further qualifications in Play Therapy and Mindfulness.
She is the creator of the “Creative Mindfulness Kids” method and has trained hundreds of people to be children’s mindfulness teachers.
She is the author of six books: The “Mindfully Me” series, Ireland’s first series of mindfulness books for children and the “Kindfully Me” series and the co-author of Ireland’s first mindfulness curriculum the “Mindful Heart” curriculum.
Louise is passionate about promoting positive mental health for children and young people. She believes that all children should get the opportunity to learn how to practice mindfulness and self-compassion and believes that these practices will help children lead happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives.