I guess you have already heard about what the French Viner Jerome Jarre just accomplished! It all started when Jerome published a video saying how sad and shocked he was after hearing that a six-year-old girl died from malnutrition and dehydration in Somalia. As an urgent appeal and not a lot of time to think… Continue reading The POWER of Social Media
Journalists simulate “last messages” from Aleppo; is it right to mislead the public to get attention or it doesn’t matter when the outcome is positive? We all have been watching the horrible war coverage on the Syrian’ war and have been affected by the tragedy in some way. Recently, several videos of people saying their… Continue reading Dumb or Genius?
Is obesity a problem that requires government action, or is it a consumer choice? Healthy lifestyle, obesity, overweight, exercise and regular activity are words that we all have been constantly hearing and reading from adverts, billboards, government campaigns, universities’ posters and much more. First of all, obesity is excess fat that usually relates to the… Continue reading FAT WARS
For me, rape is in the same category as drugs, alcohol, tobacco and public health. The health, mental and behavioral issues that come with rape are as important and serious as the consequences of drugs, it is mortal. Lately, I have been seeing a lot of rape news on social media and I am always… Continue reading I am not a Feminist but I have common sense