Mental health problems aren’t uncommon in the UK. In England alone, one in four people experiences a mental health concern every year. In addition, one in six English people report undergoing a common mental health condition in any given week. We often associate these problems with young people, especially working adults. But the elderly are
Taking online classes for any subject can be challenging, but for music classes, distance learning presents a new set of unique challenges. For one, taking music classes online means that your teacher can’t physically guide your fingers to the right note or easily show you how to hold your instrument properly. Moreover, there is a
2021 is the year to rethink your company culture. The pandemic has efficiently put society on reset, and your company values are likely to need updating, especially if you’ve been around for longer than a decade. Unfortunately, there’s no detailed guideline on how you can revamp your company culture to fit the times. After all,
Sportsmanship is an important trait that children must learn at an early age. In the context of sport, it refers to treating others fairly and with respect, especially competitors. This quality should be demonstrated to everyone regardless of age, position in life, beliefs, and other factors. It can be argued that humans are naturally competitive.
When we think about air pollutants, we often refer to the quality of air found outside our homes. However, if we’re not paying attention, the air inside our homes can be just as bad as the ones outside. Breathing safe and healthy indoor air is vital for you and your family’s overall wellness. If we let dangerous
Many parents have always been in a quandary on what their kids can do over the summer. And with summer around a month away, they may be looking for activities their kids can do safely, especially with the pandemic still not yet over. While the authorities already administered more than 230 million doses of the
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