Focus On Series : S01E11

Focus On Series : S01E11

    09 Apr 2021

” Armed Robbery in South Africa” From highway robberies to home invasions; today, we feature Armed Robbery in South Africa

On Safety: A closer look at OSHA’s ‘Top 10’ violations – Part II | 2021-04-08

On Safety: A closer look at OSHA’s ‘Top 10’ violations – Part II | 2021-04-08

    08 Apr 2021

Part I of this blog series on OSHA’s Top 10 most cited violations focused on an inspection data comparison between fiscal years 2019 and 2020, coupled with the Top 10 OSHA violations in manufacturing, construction and maritime. The Top 10 OSHA violations for this second blog post will focus on three key industries the agency

How Knee Arthritis Is Treated

How Knee Arthritis Is Treated

    06 Apr 2021

Knee arthritis is extremely common, especially as you age, and can prevent you from participating in your daily activities. While there are many different types of arthritis, the most frequently seen variety in the knee is osteoarthritis (OA), which typically causes pain and stiffness as you bend or straighten the knee. Fortunately, there are a

Focus On Series : S01E10

Focus On Series : S01E10

    04 Apr 2021

‘Rape in South Africa’ Ranking as the country with the world’s highest Rape rate, today we focus on Rape in South Africa.   

How to Make Seitan, According to Vegan Chefs and Nutritionists

How to Make Seitan, According to Vegan Chefs and Nutritionists

    01 Apr 2021

I’ve been vegan on and off for 10 years, and I still don’t really know what seitan is; I’ve eaten it a bunch, but have done so with a total lack of awareness around what it is that I’m putting in my mouth. Fortunately, there are people whose job it is to know such things,

Surprising Side Effects Oatmeal Has On Your Immune System, Says Science

Surprising Side Effects Oatmeal Has On Your Immune System, Says Science

    31 Mar 2021

Did you know your diet plays a critical role in maintaining a healthy, well-functioning immune system? Some foods pack a particularly powerful combination of nutrients that play a part in immune health—and oatmeal happens to be one of them. Not only are oats incredibly rich in cholesterol-lowering fiber, high-quality protein, but they also contain a

What we’re getting wrong in the conversation about mental health | Mental health

What we’re getting wrong in the conversation about mental health | Mental health

    31 Mar 2021

Many years ago, in the fading hours of a house party, I sat outside in the garden with an old friend. From inside came the distant thud of music and pockets of laughter – a thousand miles from the conversation we were having. My friend’s relationship had ended a few weeks previously, and that night

can giving up masturbation really boost men’s testosterone levels? An expert’s view

can giving up masturbation really boost men’s testosterone levels? An expert’s view

    31 Mar 2021

Nofap is a growing online movement devoted to giving up masturbation and even sex for extended periods – typically around 90 days. Starting as a spin-off from a 2011 thread on Reddit, the organisation NoFap.com describes itself as a community-centred sexual health platform, designed to help people overcome porn addiction and compulsive sexual behaviour. The

On Safety: A closer look at OSHA’s ‘Top 10’ violations – Part I | 2021-03-29

On Safety: A closer look at OSHA’s ‘Top 10’ violations – Part I | 2021-03-29

    30 Mar 2021

As part of the annual National Safety Council Safety Congress & Expo, OSHA presents its Top 10 most cited violations for each fiscal year. The data is interesting but can be confusing, as the information presented often combines general industry with construction. The Top 10 violations in this case tends to be dominated by fall

Recent research on causes and treatments

Recent research on causes and treatments

    30 Mar 2021

Multiple sclerosis (MS) causes a wide range of symptoms involving the brain, optic nerves, and spinal cord. Research is only just beginning to reveal who is at risk and what causes the condition. MS is a chronic condition affecting 2.8 million people worldwide. While treatment options are currently limited, trials of several new approaches are