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Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorIn the busy, ever-connected, instant-everything world we live in today, mental health issues are on the rise. People are definitely talking about mental health more and we at Panorama are dedicated to raising awareness on this topic on a weekly basis. This week we take a look at what to do when someone we love is suffering with their mental health.
I had a conversation with an interesting lady who I have been seeing in the gym almost every day. She wears the biggest smile and radiates positive vibes. Seeing her during my Spinzone class and now Box and Pump,
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Squinting in the bright light of a hot summer morning, Vu Thi Thinh perches on the edge of her small wooden boat and plucks a polystyrene block from the calm waters of Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay. It’s not yet 9 am, but a mound of styrofoam buoys, plastic bottles and cans sit behind her. They are the most visible sign of the human impacts