We’re all excited to get back to doing what we love this summer, whether that be seeing friends or going on holiday, but it is extremely important that we take this step safely. COVID-19 is still a present risk in the UK, and there are other emerging variants from
For many of us, Roald Dahl’s classic, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, has lightened up the imaginations of our childhoods. It was hard not to daydream about the chocolate factory and wonder what our world would be like if it truly existed. What if you yourself received a golden
Diabetes is a condition in which the body either does not make insulin or cannot use it properly, causing sugar buildup in the blood. Diabetes is extremely common. Nearly 1 in 10 Americans have diabetes, and nearly 1 in 4 people over the age of 65 live with the
Online shopping has been a godsend for people with busy schedules. With just a few taps on their smartphones, parents can buy gifts or essential items while waiting to pick up their kids from school. Teachers can purchase supplies during lunch without leaving school — and have these items delivered
Not many people like to fill in postal forms in the post offices, in which, as usual, there may be many disgruntled people. Therefore, it is much more convenient to fill in forms at home, using various services on the Internet, with which you can find all the necessary
It was Margaret Knight who first came up with the idea of a paper bag, way back in 1871. She was working in a cotton mill in Springfield, Massachusetts when the idea struck her, and she quickly went on to invent a machine which would fold and glue paper
The UK saw the launch of its first and only #BeNiceBus with bus operator Stagecoach bus teaming up with The Diana Award charity for its launch. The Diana Award operates the UK and Ireland’s leading Anti-Bullying campaign, which equips young people with the skills, confidence and training to tackle
Having a new baby is one of the most wonderful experiences in many people’s lives, but if that baby is born prematurely and spends its first few weeks inside an incubator fighting for its life the stress and trauma can be overwhelming for mums and dads.
A primary school has stopped setting homework after parents and pupils voted to drop it in a move that it is hoped will encourage children to read for pleasure instead.
Parents are posting an average of 1,500 images of their children on social media by the time their child starts primary school, a study has found.