Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorWho can believe it has been almost a year since this pandemic started? We are trying our best to look on the bright side and this week we are looking at the five habits that we have developed during the pandemic that we should keep for life.
Police officers played a key role in enforcing a lockdown in the country of 168 million people before it was lifted at the end of May. But the virus has also infected more than 6,000 officers throughout Bangladesh, with 19 dying of COVID-19.
Do you experience pain in your hips? Is there limitation of movement on your joints? There are a lot of factors that contribute to this. But before we understand hip pain and exercises to “open” the hip, let us briefly discuss what it comprises of.
As the International Yoga Day approaches on June 21, there are several apps and online platforms to help yoga enthusiasts boost their health in the absence of a trained guide.
The relationship between Scotland and England is historically complex. The Scots despite their long constitutional union with Britain since 1707 never surrendered their strong sense of Scottish identity.
Anyone remember COVID? That’s not supposed to be a facetious question. It has taken the lives of approaching 200,000 people in the UK alone (some 196,977 with COVID-19 on the death certificate, at the time of writing). It has destroyed families. It has caused untold harm and grief. It has changed lives forever. Some 400,000 people are living with “long COVID”, many unable to work or lead the active lives they once did.
We have all noticed how impossible it is to change someone’s mind about most things. Sure you are able to change yours but it’s an impossibility when someone else is concerned.