The 5th of September is known as the International day of Charity. In 2012, the day was proposed by Hungary, with the goal being to create a universal platform for awareness about the importance of charitable giving.
There are a series of medical test which women should start taking when they reach their 20s and 30s. It’s important. To not ignore or forget about these tests as early detection can save your life.
Heart Disease is one of the most common diseases faced by males. It was found that more than one in three adult men have some form of heart disease. These diseases are in the list below:
International Left-handers day is celebrated on the 13th of August every year. It is a day to bring awareness of how many left-handed people there out there. It is also to see how many things in the world we live in that are designed for right-handed individuals. Take a look at some facts about left-handed individuals:
Staying healthy and active during winter can be challenging. Don’t Stress! If you struggled this winter, spring is soon upon us, and it’s not too late to start small- get outside as the weather improves- even if it’s just for a stroll around the block.
World Hepatitis Day takes place every year on the 28th of July. It is aimed at bringing the world together to raise awareness of viral hepatitis and the impact it has. The theme for this year is “Eliminate Hepatitis.”
Stressful lives are something many of us face on a daily bases. The more stress we have, the more try adjust to it, but we tend to put our bodies under pressure while doing this. Consistent stress can plant seeds in our bodies that may lead to serious long-term illnesses.