Now that the school year has officially started, mothers start to worry about their children—their performance in school, bullies, grades, conduct and of course, germs. Let’s face it—germs are everywhere. They are present in almost all places and your child’s school is not an exception. From pencils, desks, notebooks, lunch boxes – these surfaces can unknowingly cause germs to spread and infect children easily. Moreover, your child can bring these germs to your own home, infecting the rest of your family.
In a country where food is a lifestyle and restaurants are more than just places for eating, foodies and casual diners are always seeking a new, unique, and exciting gastronomic experience. Newly-opened fine bistro, Epilogue at S Maison mall, meets these criteria as it fuses the dedicated Japanese approach with the fresh and vibrant flavors of a European style bistro.
As we grow older, we start to notice the changes in our bodies as well as in how we retain information. If you have gone to the kitchen and you can’t remember why or you can’t seem to recall someone’s name, don’t fret. Memory lapses can happen to anyone – even those who are younger. Contrary to popular belief, memory loss isn’t a normal part of growing old. Thanks to several years of research, there are strategies that can help us protect, maintain, and sharpen our minds like:
Consistently proving its prowess in business communications, British life insurer Pru Life UK bagged four accolades at this year’s Philippine Quill Awards. Garnering an Award of Excellence for Communication Management – Customer Relations is “The 20th Anniversary Customer Engagement Campaign”, which was also a Top Awardee nominee.
This month, Discovery will use its global reach to focus the world’s attention on the single greatest agent of death in modern human history: the mosquito. The global crisis is highlighted in the worldwide premiere of the upcoming Discovery Impact film MOSQUITO, Thursday, July 6th at 9:50pm, on Discovery Channel and Discovery Networks around the world.