It’s okay to not be okay

When you hear the words “mental health”, what do you think about? For many people, mental health is hard to define, and sometimes, also...

Clean hands save lives

Have you washed your hands today? A good hygiene is extremely important for our wellbeing, and for people working with healthcare, clean hands are...

Breathe well, live well

Today is World Asthma Day, which means it’s time to take a deeper look at asthma, a chronic disease that affects 235 million people...

Why do vaccines matter?

Vaccines play an important part of our well-being. They prevent serious illnesses, resistance to antibiotics and even potentially fatal outbreaks. During the last week...

How can malaria be prevented?

Malaria is a disease carried by a type of mosquito called “anopheles”. If a person gets bitten by a mosquito carrying malaria, they fall...

When good stress becomes bad

Everyone feels stress. School, work, family and responsibilities: a lot of different things can cause stress in our daily lives. But when the occasional...

Unite for Parkinson’s!

200 years ago, the English surgeon James Parkinson became the first person to ever describe Parkinson’s disease as a medical condition. The disease, which...