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The Covid-19 pandemic may have left some feeling worried and even gloomy about things. But it’s also a time we can choose to be closer to family, friends, religion, or simply, be grateful for staying alive, say experts.
STIGMA is a mark of disgrace that sets a person apart from others. We have seen this throughout the history of mankind.
Students sitting for major exams this year may be at risk of a burnout especially in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. With the potential to cause depression and suicide, it’s important to understand the reasons students burn out and how we can overcome it together.
Social media can have a big influence on what we choose to eat, particularly when it comes to food trends that may not be entirely healthy.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission told Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday that emergency powers he has assumed to combat the coronavirus outbreak risk upending democracy and must be subject to proper parliamentary and media scrutiny.
WHAT’S more important: a roof over your head or a car in your driveway? With unemployment rising as the coronavirus shuts down parts of the United States economy, the decision made by borrowers as their payments come due will determine how securities backed by auto loans and leases perform.
Users logging onto mini games in WeChat will now have to verify their real names and identities against police databases. Minors under the age of 18 will face restrictions on their playing time and in-game expenditure, as well as parental controls.
LAGOS (Reuters) - Lagos, Africa's largest city of at least 20 million people, ground to a halt on Tuesday as it and the Nigerian capital Abuja entered a two-week lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe began a 21-day nationwide lockdown on Monday, following neighbour South Africa in implementing some of the world's toughest anti-coronavirus measures likely to hurt an economy already suffering hyperinflation and food shortages.