Brexit update

It has been established after a government source said that the Brexit deal is ‘essentially impossible’ In a no-deal Brexit scenario, the UK would immediately leave the European Union. This means that Membership of many EU bodies that govern rules on everything from medicines to trademarks would end & the UK would no longer contribute [...]

By | October 16th, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|0 Comments

Coconut sugar & it’s health benefits.

If you didn’t know, coconut sugar is becoming the new alternative to added sugar & you might wonder why so in this blog post, we’ll be diving deep to find out how its made, what are its nutritional benefits, as well as the differences & similarities it has to table sugar. How it’s made: Coconut [...]

By | September 3rd, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|1 Comment

About the GCSE 2019 results & new grading system.

About 5 days ago, the GCSE results of thousands of pupils were released. It was the first year of the Government's tough new GCSE courses that marked the biggest shake-up of the end-of-school exams for a generation. Under England's exams overhaul, GCSEs have been toughened up, with less coursework, and all exams at the end [...]

By | September 1st, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|1 Comment

Career tips

With just 6 months to go till 2020, you still have enough of a chance to boost your career even further in the right direction. Here are some ways in which we think might help with this ‘micro-resolution’ plan: Set realistic goals: It’s easy to say, “I’m going to lose weight”, but what does that [...]

By | July 25th, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|0 Comments

UK’s Immigration cap & “tier 2 visas”

According to reports Theresa May (British politician serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since 2016) is on the verge of lifting an immigration cap that prevents doctors & nurses coming to Britain to within the NHS. Doctors wanting to come to the UK from non-EU countries are affected by a limit on the [...]

By | July 9th, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|1 Comment

What causes back pain?

Whilst a number of individuals suffer from back pain, It is just a handful that ACTUALLY treats it as most try to find relief in over the counter medication which just masks the pain having the problem obviously still be there. Today we will look at the causes of back pain & keep a look [...]

By | May 23rd, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|1 Comment

The importance of nurses

Nursing is a healthcare profession that involves years of training and continued specialized education to care for patients in a variety of settings. Nurses are often the first healthcare professional that patients meet hence what makes them so important. They are a technical expert, an educator, a counselor and a resource for the family, using [...]

By | May 17th, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|0 Comments

Brexit & some of it’s negative effects

“Brexit” is short for British exit & involves the United Kingdom's decision to leave the EU (European Union). The European Union is a political & economic union of 28 countries which trade with each other & allow citizens to move between countries to live & work. Why is the UK leaving the European Union? A [...]

By | April 1st, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|0 Comments

New Zealand attack

On Friday,15th March 2019 two masjids (Place of worship) in New Zealand were attacked by a 28-year-old male who live-streamed the attack on Facebook. The man filmed himself driving to the masjids he intended to attack (heavily armed), whilst on route he shot through the windows of his vehicle injuring people on sidewalks. On arrival [...]

By | March 23rd, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|0 Comments

Benefits of maintaining physical fitness.

Maintaining physical fitness is just as important as maintaining good mental health & in fact, they go hand in hand. Understanding the benefits of both mental & physical health can improve your overall quality of life. Here are some of the benefits of maintaining good physical health: Saving money -  Making healthy choices such as [...]

By | March 5th, 2019|Recent Blog Posts|0 Comments