Tag : britain

Majority of American Employees Find It Difficult To Discuss Mental Health Concerns

Parenting  5 May '17

Why Majority Of Employees Are Not Comfortable With Discussing Mental Health At Work

The majority of the employees finds it a taboo to discuss mental health at work.

California Embryo Bank Provides Donated Eggs For Stem Cell Research

Fertility  18 December '16

Three-Parent Approach Is Now Legal In Great Britain

Three parents can now parent a child legally in Britain.

'Secret Life Of 4 Year Olds' Feature Newly-Weds Layton & Orlagh: Married Life Never Looked As Hilarious!

Behavior  26 November '16

'Secret Life Of 4 Year Olds' Feature Newly-Weds Layton & Orlagh: Married Life Never Looked As Hilarious!

"Secret Life of 4 Year Olds" recently showed two ginger tots, Orlagh and Layton, as they explore the life of marriage.

Shaken baby syndrome

Infant  9 November '16

Two-Month-Old Daughter Killed By Stoned Father Because He's 'Tired' & Baby Could Not Stop Crying

In a fit of anger, a father slaughtered his daughter while under the influence of cannabis because she didn't want to stop crying.

Prince Harry Confirms Relationship with Meghan Markle

Dads  9 November '16

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Relationship: Press Slammed As Relationship Rumors Are True

The rumors are true as in fact Meghan and Prince Harry are in a relationship, as confirmed by the Prince himself.

SAFE, EASY patient transfers: move your loved one from bed to wheelchair.

Mind  3 November '16

Britain's Central Government Slashes Social Care Services Anew; One Million Elderly & Disabled Sicker, More Depressed Than Ever

Britain's social care services budget is continuously being reduce for the last six years, with this time being truncated yet again by a billion.

Food Bank Distributes Aid As Demand Increases Amid Recession

Infant  6 October '16

Is Bed-Sharing With Babies Really Dangerous? Book Author Says Co-Sleeping Develops Children’s Self-Reliance & Social Maturity

Bed-sharing with babies has risks, but it also comes with benefits that a child will carry as he/she grows up. The author of "Parenting Without Borders" said, however, that children who shared beds with their parents are socially responsible and are self-reliant despite their young age.

Pokemon Go Launches In Japan

Politics  25 July '16

‘Pokémon Go’ Obsession: Rude Journalist Playing AR Game During State Dept. ISIS Briefing Interrupts DoD Spokesman John Kirby

John Kirby was giving a speech on Thursday about ISIS to journalists when he suddenly stopped and turned his attention to the unnamed reporter. Kirby directly asked the journalist whether he's playing "Pokémon Go" and the reporter confessed without shame

NUS Demo

School  13 July '16

Are Student Loans in the United Kingdom Becoming Too Much? Student Loans Described as a "Second Mortgage"

The financial turmoil in the teriary education sector is now puting off students from going to college.


School  3 July '16

Brexit Impact: UK Department of Education Releases Official Statement Regarding Brexit

The Brexit could have effects on the educational sector of the UK, but what does the department concerning it say?

Adelaide Residents Try To Stay Cool As Severe Heatwave Continues

Body  1 July '16

Skin Cancer And Melanoma Rates Aggravated By ‘Vitamin Sea’ Trend

The “sun, sea and sangria,” or "vitamin sea" generation are currently facing high risks of developing skin cancer or its most dangerous kind – melanoma. Around 10,000 people with ages 55 and beyond are diagnosed with melanoma annually in Britain.

Artist Paints Huge Landscape At A Welsh Mountain Lake

Teens/Young Adults  30 June '16

At Last! Rescuers Find 26 Teens Who Disappeared In The Welsh Mountains

26 teens doing their Duke of Edinburgh's Award got lost in the Welsh Mountains and after hours of searching, rescuers were able to locate them.

EU Referendum - Signage And Symbols

Family Life  29 June '16

Brexit Divides Families Into Younger And Older Generations

The Brexit has pitted the younger and older generations of families against each other.

China To Give Residency Rights To Migrant Families

School  26 April '16

Going Beyond STEM: Schools Now Teaching Character Learning to Lead Kids Towards a More Successful Life

It's not just STEM that should be prioritized. Schools are now recognizing the importance of character learning and development in students.

New Reasearch Shows That Aspirin May Cut Breast Cancer Risk

Health/Nutrition  26 April '16

Study: Aspirin Use Increases Chances Of Survival For Cancer By 20 Percent

A new study learned that taking a low-dose of aspirin increases the chances of survival of cancer patients.

'Broken Heroes' Exhibition

Medicine  8 April '16

One Of Britains Largest Mental Health Trust Under Fire; Numerous Unanswered Death Of Patients Caused By Neglect Form Trust

After a much talked about death of one of their patients back in 2013, a much needed improvement was to be done by the trust but still deaths have been reported more and more each year.

Pupils Make The Grade At Private Schools

News  29 March '16

Arts Subjects Still Struggle To Stay in British Schools

British government’s plan on putting arts subjects on after-school activities for 25 percent of schools may only prove to be more harmful to the already-flunking situation of the arts.

ASPCA Holiday Blessing For The Animals

Parenting  4 March '16

Cats and Dogs Cause Billions of Damage in Britain Every Year, Study Reveals

Pet cats and dogs can do more harm inside the homes than anyone could imagine. In Britain, the estimated damages of these furry pets reached around £4billion.

Milk piracy favoring consumers in China is creating difficulties for consumers, especially mothers, in Australia.

News  18 January '16

Baby Milk Piracy: China Milk Distrust Feeds Baby Milk Underground Market, Australia Moms Restricted To Two Cans As Security Measure

Refusal of young Chinese mothers to breastfeed their babies has opened the door for enterprising individuals to make a pretty profit off Australian baby formula in China.

State Visit Of The President Of The People's Republic Of China - Day 3

News  22 October '15

Kate Middleton Meets Jackie Chan In Gorgeous Plum Outfit; Learn What Gift Made China's First Lady Laugh

On the second day of Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit, Kate Middleton donned another outfit that might set a trend.

The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Depart The Lindo Wing With Their Daughter

News  18 May '15

Kate Middleton Wants to be Anmer WI Member; Pens Letter to Women's Insitute

The president of Anmer Women's Institute said that Kate Middleton is interested in joining the group.


Health/Nutrition  25 March '14

UK hospitals burned aborted fetuses, used for heat

Aborted and miscarried babies were burned in Britain hospitals, which termed the bodies "clinical waste" and went so far as to heat their hospitals with them in some cases, according to a shocking report.

Britain backs Novartis' meningitis B vaccine

Health/Nutrition  21 March '14

Britain backs Novartis' meningitis B vaccine

Britain plans to introduce Novartis' meningitis B vaccine into their routine vaccination program.

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