Home » Archives by category » Archives (Page 3)

Ways To Make Your Children More Active

Ways To Make Your Children More Active

There is no getting away from it – our kids are becoming increasingly less active as technology continues to provide appealing alternatives to traditional play and activities. We all know the potential health effects not being active enough can have on our children, so let’s focus on some actionable ways to encourage our children to […]

Kenya Plunges Into Uncertainty as Court Annuls Presidential Vote

Kenya Plunges Into Uncertainty as Court Annuls Presidential Vote

Kenya faces an extended period of uncertainty after the Supreme Court tossed out the results of last month’s presidential election in a stunning decision that’s unprecedented in Africa. The judges ordered a new vote to be held within 60 days, opening an intense campaign at risk of being marred by violence. The news sparked celebrations […]

Celebrating Your Health at Every Age

Celebrating Your Health at Every Age

How do you live to a healthy old age? There’s not one answer to that question—it’s way more complicated than that, with many forces at work. There’s an intricate interplay between things like genetics, environment, lifestyle and sometimes just plain luck that factors into staying healthy. And unfortunately, we can’t rely on that (mythical) fountain […]

Gupta Family Denies Leaked South African Emails Are Real

Gupta Family Denies Leaked South African Emails Are Real

An OPEC Country Breaks Ranks and Increases Oil Output

An OPEC Country Breaks Ranks and Increases Oil Output

Ecuador has dealt a blow to OPEC unity by announcing it will start raising oil production this month, arguing it needs the money. OPEC has for years cheated on its own agreements, particularly when oil prices fail to recover after an output cut. But Ecuador has taken the rare step of saying publicly it will increase […]

Stress: The Contagious Disease

Stress: The Contagious Disease

When you’re stressed, do you think that it’s all about you? That your problems are yours and yours alone? That might be true in some ways, but here’s something to chew on: stress does not work in a silo. It is highly contagious, and It will eventually impact the people around you — wreaking havoc […]

Zuma Lashes Out at Critics Within South Africa’s Ruling Party

Zuma Lashes Out at Critics Within South Africa’s Ruling Party

“Factionalism is a cancer that must be rooted out,” Zuma, 75, said Friday in his opening address to a six-day ANC conference in Johannesburg that will discuss issues ranging from land reform and ownership of the country’s mines to corruption. “We also need to look at the issue of ill-discipline in various forms, including public utterances […]

Youth-Next: Lessons from France

Youth-Next: Lessons from France

In the rave of the moment, let me congratulate the President of France, Emmanuel Macron on his landslide victory at the polls on May 7th 2017. I have read a good number of opinion pieces on what his victory means for France and the global political landscape, as well as seen first-hand the euphoria his […]

Youth-Next: Lessons from France

In the rave of the moment, let me congratulate the President of France, Emmanuel Macron on his landslide victory at the polls on May 7th 2017. I have read a good number of opinion pieces on what his victory means for France and the global political landscape, as well as seen first-hand the euphoria his […]

Emmanuel Macron Wins French Presidency

Emmanuel Macron Wins French Presidency

France on Sunday shrugged off the siren call of right-wing populism that enchanted voters in the United States and United Kingdom, rejecting anti-E.U. firebrand Marine Le Pen and choosing as its next president Emmanuel Macron, a centrist political neophyte who has pledged to revive both his struggling country and the flailing continent. The result brought to […]