Terrorism is one of the most serious threats we face in the world today, but one of the hardest parts of dealing with attacks can be explaining them to children. Of course, children of different ages can handle varying amounts of information, so it’s hard to know how much to tell them. “Don't delay telling your children,” Harold Koplewicz, President of the Child Mind Institute, told Time after the Paris attacks in 2015.
As a survivor of mental illness and endometriosis, occupational therapist Hannah Daisy knows what it’s like to struggle to get out of bed in the morning. “At times I have felt very tired and even small tasks have felt overwhelming.” Daisy says. It's a feeling that many who live with an illness, disability or mental health issue can identify with.
In light of the Manchester attack exam boards have said schools in Greater Manchester can rearrange GCSEs and A-levels
Insuring your home or car is a no-brainer, but some people aren’t sure why health insurance can be a good idea. Why get private medical insurance? Health insurance is designed to ensure that if you need medical treatment in future, you won’t need to worry about NHS waiting lists or paying for the cost of the treatment.
The image, designed in 2003 by Corrine Beaumont, founder of the Worldwide Breast Cancer, visually describes breast cancer signs for the ‘Know Your Lemons’ campaign that is gaining traction on social media. The lemon metaphors present a clear visual way of showing breast cancer signifiers, helping with the difficulties of self-checking. Often women used in campaigns don’t look like ordinary women – but even those with little literacy can understand this,” Ms Beaumont told the BBC.
The adorable young royals took on the role of page boy and flower girl for their aunt's big day.
“Sweep them off their feet” or “sweep ‘em down,” as the craze is known, sees pupils using their school ties to cause accidents. Some children are being left with broken bones after falling to the ground. Year eight pupil Ellanneh was rushed to hospital and underwent surgery the next day - she’s been resting at home since and says she’s afraid to go back to her school, Oasis Academy Coulsdon.
Whether a fresher or in your final year, summer exams are never fun. According to high street health food chain Holland & Barrett, sales of the herb have increased by 187 per cent compared to the same time last year. A spokesperson for Holland & Barrett said that after the research was published: “We saw a sharp rise in customer demand.