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1) Too much indoors and a lack of stimulation leads to a decrease in blood flow and a sluggish scalp, thereby creating a scale-like build-up, leading to hair loss if left unchecked:
May is not only dedicated to Mother’s Day but to awareness of women’s eye health issues. According to the World Health Organization, women can face more vision-related problems than men. Two main factors are general lifespan and hormones. Age is a vital risk factor for many vision problems so more women tend to have eye diseases since women generally live longer than men. Hormones can also play a part to increase the risk of eye disease. Women with changing hormones during pregnancy or menopause are more likely to develop certain eye conditions including refractive changes.
We are living in unprecedented and usual times, with the recent closure of schools, social isolation and partial lockdown, with the temporary removal of a number of social activities outdoors. Added to this, there are repeated updates and almost constant news reports on coronavirus worldwide. In these times, children and young people may feel anxious or concerned, or be dealing with big emotions like anger, fear or frustration. So how do we deal with these issues? Here are some tips:
The Irresistible Mr Cooper is the 15th book authored by Roslyn Carrington. The main story revolves around the relationship between Jenessa Sterling, the sophisticated, successful corporate communications manager of Bianchi’s frozen foods and Mitchell Cooper, the new head of maintenance.
A total of 20,000 Always® pads will be donated to the non-profit organisation, Kids in Need of Direction (KIND) as part of a hamper donation drive to families currently affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In commemoration of Indian Heritage Month, celebrated during this month of May, the National Library and Information System Authority’s (Nalis), Heritage Library will be featuring segments on its Facebook page highlighting the various aspects of East Indian history and culture here in T&T.
Soca diva Patrice Roberts during a 45 minutes Instagram live party attracted thousands of viewers on May 1. The Toco soca diva commanded the attention as many; locally, regionally, and internationally, supported the segment themed “Patrice Online Party.” This was the first for a soca artiste to use a social media platform to bridge the gap in the absence of not being able to tour and reach familiar shores during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the non-stop bombardment of grim news about the toll of the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the world, stories about the kindness of strangers and individuals who have sacrificed for others and the triumph of the human spirit over adversity are also emerging. In countries all over the world like Spain, Italy, England, USA and China musicians and citizens are singing and playing to honour and praise the coronavirus heroes who are on the front line such as the doctors, health care workers, nurses, scientists, law enforcement personnel, grocery workers and farmers.
An audience of more than 75,000 joined in recently when local group Gates Praise Music hosted a live stream worship experience, Worship Without Walls—The Borderless Experience.
The current global pandemic COVID-19 has significantly impacted the world and we can expect to feel the effects of this for some time to come.
“Freedom is like health, it is taken for granted while one has it. One becomes aware of it when it has gone.”—Henry Wallich (German-American economist and central banker)
This year, unfortunately, Mother’s Day is being celebrated in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic; a period that leaves many of us anxious as to when life will return to normal again. The month of May has also been designated as Mental Health Month to raise awareness of mental health issues and the importance of sound mental health; a combination that seems quite fitting given that a lot of moms are mentally holding their families together at this time. Between balancing the family’s needs, helping kids at home with schoolwork and making time for their personal careers, a huge part of what mothers are doing during this time is protecting the mental wellbeing of their families.
“If music is the food of love, play on,” says the late English actor, playwright and poet William Shakespeare in the first line of his play written in 1601, Twelfth Night. His dream was to act, write and influence the world positively--and music, in all forms and fashion is being played on.
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