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ADHD Awareness Month

This October is ADHD Awareness Month.  Difficulty with attention, concentration, memory, impulsivity, hyperactivity, and social skills — these are among the signs of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which affects millions of people. ADHD Awareness Month, sponsored by the Attention Deficit Disorder Association, highlights the latest research and clinical studies with the goal of bringing more […]

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, take the time to #KnowYourNormal. It's always best to get anything unusual checked by a doctor early on. According to the NHS, you should contact your GP if you encounter any of the following: a new lump or area of thickened tissue in either breast that was not there before […]

World Animal Day

World Animal Day is an annual event on the 4th of October, celebrating #AnimalRights and welfare across the globe. It’s an important day and has been marked since 1925, with a growing international community striving to end the needless suffering of all animals. By increasing awareness and improving education worldwide, those involved are helping to […]

World Food Day

Today is World Food Day and is celebrated across 150 countries. This year's theme is "Water is life...Water is Food". The theme aims to highlight the critical role of water for life on earth and water as the foundation of our food. It also seeks to raise global awareness about the importance of managing water wisely as […]

International Stuttering Awareness Day

Today is International Stuttering Awareness Day. While many people may develop a #Stutter in childhood, it is quite common for them to "grow out" it as they age. However, this doesn't make a stutter any less of a challenge for the individuals who live with a stutter. Fortunately, there are resources for people who develop […]