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Apostle Dr Koranteng Sensitises School Proprietors On Child Health & Well-Being

Apostle Dr Koranteng Sensitises School Proprietors On Child Health & Well-Being

Ghana News, Health & Wellbeing, Pent TV, Pentecost News
The Director of the Pentecost Hospital-Madina, Apostle Dr Edward Arkoh Koranteng, has sensitised proprietors of Christian private schools on the need to ensure child health and well-being in their schools. According to Dr Korangteng, proprietors and school managers are part of God’s plan in nurturing great destinies (children) for God’s glory. He disclosed that since every child’s glorious future and destiny revolves around sound health and well-being, there is the need for proprietors to place premium on it, saying, ‘Proprietors need to ensure that every child in their schools is fit holistically in terms of their social, mental and physical well-being.’ Apostle Dr Koranteng was speaking at the maiden Conference for Proprietors of Christian Private Schools organised by the Chil...
10 small signs you’re not taking good care of yourself

10 small signs you’re not taking good care of yourself

Health & Wellbeing, Lifestyle & Social
Taking care of yourself is one of the best things you can do for your health and happiness. And, I’m not just talking physically. I’m talking mentally, as well. Taking care of yourself is not selfish. You should not feel guilty about it. Indeed, you can’t take care of anybody else unless you have taken care of yourself. I see it all the time. You will burn out when you don’t take care of yourself. Why do so many of you put yourself last on the list to be taken care of? Is it an old mindset? There is no good reason to put yourself last. Here are 10 signs you are not taking good care of yourself: 1. You’re easily frustrated in your relationships You find yourself getting mad or snapping at others for no reason. You’re even surprised at how irritable you’ve become, and you worry the...
World Wellbeing Week: Self-care and its global impact

World Wellbeing Week: Self-care and its global impact

Health & Wellbeing, Lifestyle & Social
Wellbeing is key to a healthy, fulfilling, and balanced life. Unfortunately, the stresses and demands of our busy, fast-paced, modern lifestyles can often distract us from self-care. But research shows that a lack of wellbeing can indicate declining health for an entire community. That is why leading lifestyle and wellness companies, such as QNET, support World Wellbeing Week (June 26 – 30) by bringing attention to the importance of self-care and its global impact. What Is Wellbeing?                                                 ...
The science behind Yoga; benefits to immunity and quality of life

The science behind Yoga; benefits to immunity and quality of life

Health & Wellbeing, International
Yoga has evolved to become one of the most commonly used complementary and alternative health practices in the world. Today, Yoga is even more popular than chiropractic adjustments, osteopathic manipulations, meditation, herbal treatments and massage therapy. A 2012 article in the New York Times authored by William J. Broad, created a controversy on Yoga suggesting that some people get seriously injured, or even die, on their Yoga mats.  How true is this? Our extensive review of literature revealed that the article by William Broad, adapted from the book The Science of Yoga: The Risks and Rewards, which suggested that Yoga caused widespread harm to its practitioners; from ruptured disks to stroke to brain injury, was largely based on selected anecdotes.  That s...
Visiting green spaces 3-4 times weekly may lower your need for meds, according to new study

Visiting green spaces 3-4 times weekly may lower your need for meds, according to new study

Health & Wellbeing, Lifestyle & Social
Hanging out in a local park, lake, or garden really could be an antidote to ill health for people who live in cities, according to a recent study from Finland. Researchers found lower use of drugs for depression, anxiety, insomnia, high blood pressure, and asthma among urban residents who often visit green spaces—regardless of their income or level of education. The Finnish team said that the frequency of visits to urban green spaces, rather than simply viewing them from your house, was key. Previous studies have suggested that exposure to natural environments is good for health and well-being, but the evidence is inconsistent. The Finnish team looked at the number of green and blue spaces (bodies of water) within a community, then compared those to both the frequency of visit...

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