Symptoms of the H3N2 Virus or Aussie Flu That Has Hit the UK

With the arrival of a new dangerous strain of flu virus in the UK, health experts are warning everyone about what could be worse than the 1968 flu epidemic that claimed about one million lives worldwide. The H3N2 virus, nicknamed as the Aussie Flu after it has caused more than 300 deaths and struck … [Read more...]

Facebook Admits Social Media Bad for Mental Health

Facebook is undoubtedly the largest social media platform in the world, getting billions of people hooked and spending countless hours on computers and mobile devices. How would you feel if the social network giant itself admits that the use of social media can indeed be detrimental to users’ mental … [Read more...]

Factors for Higher Salaries After Graduation in the UK

Are you among the students obtaining their diplomas this Winter graduation? Are you now ready to join the work force? Fresh graduates do experience a lot of challenges before they land their first job. Realistically speaking, newbies do not get higher pays like tenured ones but did you know that … [Read more...]

NHS Turns to Technology for Obesity and Diabetes 2 Prevention

The National Health Service (NSH) is finding ways to minimise risks of diabetes 2, a serious yet preventable disease. Last year, the NHS launched Healthier You, a diabetes prevention initiative to help high-risk patients delay or stop the onset of type 2 diabetes. This year, the agency has recently … [Read more...]

UK and Canada Spearhead Global Alliance to End Use of Coal

With coal plants being a top cause of global warming, the UK and Canada have recently launched a world alliance composed of 20 countries to eliminate the use of coal. France, Mexico and Finland, among other countries, vow to phase out coal for power manufacturing before 2030. The leaders of the … [Read more...]

UCAS Clearing Choices and Uni Decisions Deadline 2017

Today, 23rd October is the final deadline for hopeful individuals who wish to attend uni this academic year 2017-2018 through the UCAS Clearing function. This will also be the last day for universities to accept applicants and make decisions. As a company that cares about those who want to pursue … [Read more...]

International Day of a Child Girl 2017

Although there has been a lot of progress in gender equality, discrimination against women is still rampant. Gender lines are drawn early, starting at birth and exclusions continue throughout womanhood. Various United Nations statistics, studies and reports continually show girls being victims of … [Read more...]