Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorWhile life is chaotic around us due to the coronavirus at the moment, we need to take care of our mental health. This week we are looking at ways to keep your anxiety in check while remaining safe and taking all the necessary steps to avoid catching COVID-19.
The UN said "a long-term upsurge in the number and severity of mental health problems is likely” and warned that if action isn’t taken COVID-19 "has the seeds of a major mental health crisis” as well as "a physical health crisis.”
In Kashmir doctors and psychologists are providing online counselling to those suffering from lockdown-induced depression.
The UK's Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton have said that the coronavirus lockdown was "stressful" for many people and it was important to look after mental health.
The United Arab Emirates’ space programme goal of connecting space technology with climate change, especially linked to food security and water, gives a new perspective to technological thrust for the future. In the early stages
The Taliban is all too clearly not yet up to ruling Afghanistan. Over the past two decades, that country and its citizens have joined the 21st century but the Taliban remains rooted in the distant past. Essentially a village
News then, of the “Festival of Brexit”, first announced in 2018 by Theresa May, who didn’t vote for it. It’s got a new name, for a start, which is “Unboxed: Creativity in the UK”. The word Brexit has been got rid of. You can see why it