Infographic

Merry Christmas! [+ free infographic]

I would like to wish all readers and followers a Merry Christmas and/or Happy Holidays! Photo by picjumbo.com on Pexels.com Christmas is always a very stressful period! It is easy for things to spiral and end up in disaster, but have no fear! Here are FIFTEEN tips for a less stressful Christmas! I think the… Continue reading Merry Christmas! [+ free infographic]

Questions

The Big Question – 01 – Foil in the Microwave

In this new series, I will be examining the day-to-day questions in which the answer lies in science. You know, those questions that you get when something happens and you find yourself wondering why? Today's question is based on a little incident that happened to me recently. And, if I'm being honest, it's not the… Continue reading The Big Question – 01 – Foil in the Microwave

Infographic

5 ways to reduce stress [infographic]

1. Make sure you get enough rest. It's normal to feel overwhelmed and like there aren't enough hours in the day, but ensuring you're getting a good night's sleep is vital.  2. Eat healthy and balanced meals. It's easy to fall into bad habits when stressed, but overeating junk food can make you feel worse.… Continue reading 5 ways to reduce stress [infographic]

science, writing

Writing = therapy (or 5 reasons why writing is good for you)

Writing = therapy (or 5 reasons why writing is good for you) I have always enjoyed writing—whether it’s stories, poems, scripts, silly notes to myself or pages and pages of unnecessary commentary on my favourite television shows. There is something about putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) that soothes me. One of my… Continue reading Writing = therapy (or 5 reasons why writing is good for you)

On This Day

On This Day [June 3rd]

Alexander Graham Bell transmitted the first wireless message from a photophone (a device that transmits sound on a beam of light). Ed White became the first American to walk in space Charles Richard Drew, an American physician and medical researcher who was instrumental in the preservation of blood plasma, was born. Alexander Graham Bell Invented… Continue reading On This Day [June 3rd]

Entertainment, Uncategorised

3 more podcasts to listen to

I admit it. I've been bitten by the podcast bug. Not only can they be informative, they're a good way to kill time. I like to jokingly call them conversations I don't need to participate in (#introvert). Finding a good podcast can be hit or miss, but there is something for everyone. It can be… Continue reading 3 more podcasts to listen to

coronavirus

What’s the latest with COVID-19?

According to an editorial in Nature (dated 10 Jan 2022), it is time for us to come to terms with the fact that COVID-19 is here to stay. Given the amount of pandemic fatigue there is at the moment, many people have already come to terms with it. However, as Nature states, this doesn't mean… Continue reading What’s the latest with COVID-19?

science

5 Science-Related Podcasts To Listen To

1. The Dropout Money. Romance. Tragedy. Deception. The story of Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos is an unbelievable tale of ambition and fame gone terribly wrong. How did the world’s youngest self-made female billionaire lose it all in the blink of an eye? How did the woman once heralded as “the next Steve Jobs” find herself… Continue reading 5 Science-Related Podcasts To Listen To

Public Health

The impact of food poverty on society | part 2

In the previous part, I spoke about food insecurity and how it impacts the lives of many around the world. In this part, we'll be learning what food insecurity is, and what measures are being taken to combat it and the last impact it has on society. Food security is made up of four different… Continue reading The impact of food poverty on society | part 2