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Fertility at 40: Why it isn’t Finished as You Age

It’s commonly believed that we should be starting families before we turn 40 — albeit not true. Although many of us believe we’re fighting...

Is Your Business Ready For The Next Great Depression?

The Coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated an already uncertain economic situation.  Even before the crisis, the world appeared to be recession-bound. Economists such as David Blanchflower...

How to Fight Our Throwaway Culture

We’re undoubtedly living in a throwaway culture – and it’s time to throw it away. Influenced by consumerism and wanting the newest electronics and...

How to Know When You Should Buy a New Machine and When You Should...

To repair or replace is an age-old conundrum in many industries. On the one hand, forking out the finances for a brand-new piece of...

Why Safe Working Practises using bolting tools within the oil industry

It goes without saying that the use of hydraulic and high-pressure equipment can provide risks in the working environment, especially within the oil industry....

Why BBQ Can Be Your Lockdown Health Food

With summer just around the corner, most people would be dragging their barbeques out of the shed by now ready to fire up a...

4 Tips on Using Lockdown to Become More Employable

Covid-19 has had a series of unfortunate impacts on our lives, right down to some of us sadly losing our jobs as the economy...

Do Extreme Sports Require Extreme Fitness?

The world of extreme sports has always been somewhat of an unknown realm, a dark art if you will. Mystery and intrigue have surrounded...

Mental Health in the catering sector

For employees working within the catering sector, the workload is very demanding, and it is often pressurising to meet the satisfaction of customers. Seeing...

Rebuilding Britain: Making Up for Lost Time in the Construction Industry

The role of the construction industry in the midst of a pandemic has been widely contested. Social distancing regulations have made many people apprehensive...

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