Air pollution causes you to gasp and wheeze. Smog puts strain on your heart and inflames your lungs. Could dirty air also be costing you your brain health? Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com A trio of new studies finds that air quality appears linked to a risk of thinking declines and dementia, and bad air might … Continue reading Does a clean environment prevent Alzheimer’s?
Kanye West barely said a word during his album listening session Thursday night, but the mercurial rapper still had most attendees standing on their feet while hanging on every word of his new project. Kanye West West unveiled his 10th studio album, “Donda” in front of a packed crowd at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. … Continue reading Risk Ross, Kim and Khloe Kardashian spotted at Kanye’s album launch
1. Introduction Whistleblowing is central to achieving good corporate governance within a political system. This explains why countries need reliable mechanisms for identifying and correcting unethical and unlawful practices in organisations. But every action is open to a reaction so it is a common occurrence for organisations to retaliate against whistleblowers. Evidence-based reports from Whistleblower … Continue reading Whistleblower Protection in the UK and USA on COVID-19
Planning a holiday in France? Looking for holiday deals in L’Hexagone (a nickname for France, which refers to the hexagon shape of France)? Don’t know where to start? Well, we’ll try to help you out with a few of our top recommended destinations for your next vacation in France. France is practically filled with countless … Continue reading Planning a holiday in France? Try these amazing locations
Alisa Yu first became intrigued with emotional acknowledgment while interviewing nurses working in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford. The nurses told her that verbally acknowledging their young patients’ fears and stress created trust, which enabled them to do their jobs more effectively. “From then on, I began to see … Continue reading Recognizing your colleagues’ feelings at work. Does it build trust?
You may have seen an Icelandic horse looking so fearless, small and rugged. But there’s a lot more about the plucky animals; they have a long history and are highly regarded by equestrians all over the world due to their intelligence, loyalty, strength and rare beauty. Icelandic horses got their peculiar name because they were … Continue reading Fun facts you should know about Icelandic horses
An Israeli doctor says: "In Israel, medicine is so advanced that we cut off a man's liver put them on another man, and in 6 weeks, he is looking for work." The German doctor says: "That's nothing,in Germany we take part of a brain, put it in another man, and in 4 weeks he is … Continue reading Nigerians are great people
Without Christ, you have nothing. John 15:5. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com If you don't have Christ and think you have wealth, don't you know that the wealth can fly away in a fleeting moment and you will have nothing? Think about it. If you don't have Christ and you say you have health, you … Continue reading Without Christ, you have nothing!
Philippine police have a won a battle for the bulge after the force dropped a requirement for officers seeking promotion to meet body fat targets, an official document showed Tuesday. Expanding waistlines have been a hefty problem among police in the Southeast Asian country for years. A 2019 study showed almost 35 percent of personnel … Continue reading Philippine scraps law mandating police officers to lose weight before promotion
France’s competition regulator on Tuesday slapped Google with a 500-million-euro ($593-million) fine for failing to negotiate “in good faith” with media companies over the use of their content under EU copyright rules. It is “the biggest ever fine” imposed by the Competition Authority for a company’s failure to adhere to one of its rulings, the … Continue reading France demands €500m Euros from Google