The past year hasn’t been the best one for the environment. Global carbon emissions jumped to an all-time high and the UN declared that we are the last generation that can stop the climate change catastrophe. Over in India, the disastrous Kerala floods, the death of Ganga activist GD Agarwal, and the hunting of tigress Avni gave us reason to mourn.
It’s no secret that we’re nuts for Christmas traditions, decorating our house from wall to wall and immersing ourselves in celebrations. Here are five strange Christmas traditions from around the world, according to newsfirst.lk.
Two out of five people in the UK with learning disabilities are not diagnosed in childhood and, even if they are, they will likely die before they collect their pension, according to a study commissioned by the National Health Service (NHS).
Following the scientific advances made by human being in the past century, the extent of future progress in a number of scientific and technological fields has always been a challenging questions for most people with many scientists having attempted to provide answers.
Immune systems are designed to protect us, but sometimes the inflammation they trigger to fight off foreign substances goes wrong — and we’re left with asthma, rheumatoid arthritis and a number of other conditions.