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Skin Care Tips after Menopause

Menopause is a stage in a woman’s life characterized by marked changes in their physiology which may also be accompanied by changes in health conditions, including psychological and physical state of the skin.Hormones play a good deal of functions for the maintenance of several body processes. The loss of which therefore brings about higher risks […]

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English bulldogs: Call for Help for the Dying Breed

Most English bulldogs suffer from many genetic diseases and die an early death, and this may get even worse if not given early intervention, a new study suggests.   According to the research, the bulldog’s genome has been severely altered it caused “significant loss of genetic diversity in the region of the genome that contains […]

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7 Ways A Post-Workout Nap Can Help You Recover

We as humans often make remarks about how great it would be to lead the life of a cat or a dog. While there’s something we could all do on a daily basis to become a little more ‘cat-like’ most of us are turning down the opportunity do so something that, according to PetMD, most […]

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Seven Epic Health and Safety Fails

Health and safety doesn’t have the best reputation. It is generally associated with a tedious lecture you’re forced to endure whenever you start a new job. Rules and regulations differ from company to company so while it might seem like a waste of time, health and safety could ultimately keep you from harm. To illustrate […]

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How A Little Time Outdoors Can Change Your Outlook On Life

How much time do you usually spend outside, in nature, actually enjoying it? Not just walking from your car to your office, or taking the dog outside for a quick bathroom break, but actually time spent outside, breathing the air and looking around? There are many reasons that you should be getting outside.     […]

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Toilet Etiquette – What not to do when you’re in the loo

Far from being ‘restrooms’, shared toilets, whether in a public space, in a restaurant or a workplace environment, can be treacherous places. Sure, we all need to go and answer nature’s call, but wouldn’t it be nice if everyone had the same idea of what’s just plain good behaviour when it comes to communal lavatorial […]

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Labelling the Workplace – Avoiding Potential Hazards

Hazards in the workplace would be oblivious to us if we didn’t have the appropriate labelling in place. Anything that goes unlabelled could be mistaken for something different or viewed as having no potential threat to our health and safety. Labels play an essential role in the workplace. We can use them to learn and […]

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Morning Person

How to Become a Morning Person

“The early bird catches the worm” Anna Wintour, Richard Branson, Tim Cook they are all incredibly well known, successful and inspirational – but apart from these 3 things, what else do they have in common? They are all morning people, and start their day before 6am. Harnessing the power of early mornings will raise you […]

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White pepper oil

The Difference Between Black and White Pepper Oil, and Their Therapeutic Benefits

Most people associate pepper with the black spice frequently used in everyday cooking, but there are more forms than simply grinding it and sprinkling on your favorite dishes – and it’s not always black. In fact, due to the many therapeutic properties, there is a growing, worldwide market for both black and white pepper oil. […]

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Helping Student with Special Needs

Top Tips for Helping Pupils With SEN

The population of children with SEN is growing and this has led to an increasing number of teachers, coaches, instructors and adults in general adopting new methods of communication with children who have special needs. Teachers are likely to experience teaching a child with special needs at some stage which further increases the necessity for […]

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