With few exceptions, there is little public attention brought to the ongoing global pandemic of motor vehicle accidents. One exception that I mention in the epilogue of my book is the National Road Victim Month declared by RoadPeace, a British road crash charity which was started in 1993. The United Nations General Assembly adopted the third Sunday of every November as the World Day of Remembrance to acknowledge the victims of car crashes and their families. Not many people are aware of this special day of remembrance. … [Read more...] about A Tale of Two Pandemics
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6. Taking Things Too Fast You may feel that you have found your soulmate and so you want to marry her. But taking things too fast can turn the tables. Instead of giving her hints to marry, you can try spending more and more time with her. Doing so will strengthen your bond and bring you closer. You can also prove yourself to be a potential life partner. This way you can make your partner believe that you will be a good spouse and so she might agree for marriage. … [Read more...] about 9 Creepy Things Men Need To Stop Doing In Relationships
Folic acid or folate or vitamin B9 has a vital role in nutrition and reproductive biology. The demand for this essential nutrient rises during pregnancy as it helps in the proper growth and development of a foetus (brain, DNA and red blood cells) and prevents pregnancy complications like neural tube defects. Folic acid supplements are suggested by experts for all women of childbearing age, especially for those who are planning a pregnancy. … [Read more...] about Pregnancy And Folic Acid: Foods Rich In This Essential Nutrient
Of the seven studies conducted by the authors, one comes closest to the equivalent of hiding good news from someone to whom you are close. An online sample of 403 adults (53 percent female, average age 36 years old) responded to one of two scenarios in which the participant’s “brother” receives a significant pay raise but the participant does not. They supposedly learned this news from their “mother.” However, the scenario went on to pose the situation in which the participants speak later in the day to their brother who either shares or hides his own good news. Surprisingly, rather than feeling better when their brothers kept quiet about their good news, participants reported feeling worse. … [Read more...] about Are You Sure Your Partner Really Wants What’s Best for You?
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