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Is TV really bad for your child?

I remember as a child, my parents would warn me that ‘watching too much TV fries your brain cells’. I used to wake up early to watch the kids shows before school and race back home after school to watch the afterschool kids shows. I watched a lot of TV but still managed to get […]

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10 Ways to Improve Your Finances

We all like to have money in our accounts or spare cash to splash on the thigs we want. Sometimes, it can be hard to get to the stage where we have a healthy account or the ability to buy what we want. It can be very difficult, but not impossible. Here are our top […]

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Benefits of Having a Mentor

We spend years of our lives studying and completing tasks in the hopes of one day getting the right job for us. Most of the successful people that I have spoken to say that they had a mentor who guided them. A mentor can be a person who is in the job that you one […]

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Conflict Resolution

Conflict is never easy. Some people shout and some give the silent treatment. Some people insult and some cry. One thing that we can all agree on, is that conflict has to be resolved. You will experience conflict in your life, whether it’s with your partner, colleagues, friends or even strangers. Here are ways to […]

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Black History: African American Pioneers and Influencers in Education

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today”  Malcolm X Black History Month is a month of celebrating black achievements. The word ‘black’ tends to have negative connotations but in this month, we celebrate all the positivity in the black culture.We are taught from an early […]

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Poetry and Wellbeing

Poems come in all shapes and sizes. Some are long, some are short. Some leave you feeling happy, some leave you in tears. Poetry is an amazing art form and expression. Not only does it have the power to invoke emotion, there is evidence that suggests that poetry has healing properties. Poetry can be used […]

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When you think of teenager, you may think of acne. But it’s not just teenagers that suffer from acne. It can pop up at any age and may be a result of a number of factors. Acne can cause: Oily Skin Spots Warm and painful skin Tips for dealing with acne: Hygiene– keep your skin […]

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Hay Fever Hell

Dare I mention that word hay fever without causing some sort of negative reaction. Whatever the case, it affects many of us whether we like it or not.
Hay fever occurs amongst those who are allergic to pollen and fungal spores. The immune system rejects these allergens causing sneezing, coughing, runny nose, itchy eyes and throat. House dust mite, pet hair and moulds are also other allergens that we can react to.

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