Sagicor supports Live2Lead Youth Scholarship programme
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Everyone is different, so while you may bounce back from a setback, someone else may feel weighed down by it for a long time. Mental health problems range from the worries we all experience as part of everyday life to serious long-term conditions. Majority of people who experience these problems can get over them or learn to live with them, especially if they get help early on. Here are some common signs and symptoms of mental illness to look out for in others...
From fighting for freedom, equal rights, justice, workers rights to black economic empowerment and pride, our national heroes were extraordinary and are testament of what we can accomplish as human beings. Through their works and sacrifice, we can live more comfortably as human beings. To truly honour them, we must live our lives in ways that embody what they fought for.
One of the quickest ways to support the fight against breast cancer is by educating your friends and loved ones on the disease. By knowing and sharing the symptoms and facts, we can help dispel misinformation and even save a life through early detection. Read on as we debunk five common breast cancer related myths...
Since the beginning of 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a dramatic rise in mental health issues. Students in particular are struggling to cope with new ways of learning and feeling connected to others. Stress, anxiety, and depression are very high amongst them and the social isolation that many students feel has exacerbated these issues.Read More
World Heart Day on September 29 is an annual observance that is intended to increase public awareness of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), including their prevention and their global impact. Established in 1999 jointly by the World Heart Federation (WHF) and the World Health Organization (WHO), it was observed on the last Sunday in September, beginning September 24, 2000 until the year 2011.Read More
Globally, one in every 100 deaths is the result of suicide and World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) is a time for the international community to join together in focusing on the needs of people at risk of suicide, suicide attempt survivors and people bereaved by suicide.Read More