Band-aid is considered one of the most brilliant inventions in medical history. A simple but effective creation that supports the treatment of small cuts and scrapes. They were invented by Earle Dickson. Earle Dickson was not an inventor, he took on the job of buying cotton for Johnson & Johnson. The invention of the personal tape came from his care for his wife. In 1917, after getting married, Earle Dickson noticed that his new wife was constantly cutting her fingers while cooking in the kitc
Once a year, at the end of the year, people from all over the world will return to their hometown to reunite with their families for the holidays. This is the biggest holiday of the year for Vietnam as well as other countries in East Asia such as China, Japan, etc. So what is the meaning of the Lunar New Year? Let's learn more useful information with Blearning through this article! What is Lunar New Year? Lunar New Year is the most important holiday of the year for Vietnamese people, which
People occasionally experience nausea after exercising because exercise has an impact on the digestive system. Those who experience this symptom on occasion might find that altering their workout routine, as well as their eating and drinking habits, helps to alleviate it. An underlying medical condition may occasionally be the cause of persistent nausea after exercise. The causes of post-exercise nausea, how to treat and prevent it, and when to see a doctor are all covered in this article.
Singapore is a success story due to a combination of geography, government efficiency, and business friendliness. Singapore, along with Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan, has been dubbed one of the Four Asian Tigers or Dragons. Singapore recently surpassed the United States and Hong Kong to reclaim its position as the world's most competitive economy. The IMD ranking assesses the extent to which a country fosters an environment in which businesses can achieve sustainable growth, create jo
What is cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is bullying with the use of digital technologies. It can take place on social media, messaging platforms, gaming platforms and mobile phones. It is repeated behaviour, aimed at scaring, angering or shaming those who are targeted. Examples include: spreading lies about or posting embarrassing photos of someone on social media sending hurtful messages or threats via messaging platforms impersonating someone and sending mean messages to others on th
If you’re starting uni straight after finishing high school, it can be a bit tricky to get your head around how differently some things work at uni (compared to your school). The biggest difference between high school and university is that you're treated as an adult. That means you get to take greater control of how you spend your time and what you study. It also means that your education is your responsibility, no one is going to do it for you. We know there's a lot to get your head ar
Languages play a vital role in preserving our traditions, history and mode of thinking. They impact our identity, communication and education. Multilingual societies exist through their languages, which allow them to transmit traditional knowledge and cultures, achieve quality education and build inclusive societies. Mother-tongue based multilingual education is a key component of inclusion in education. We asked Dr. Eleonore Smalle about the recent findings in the field of language learning.
Salt – it’s a natural resource found everywhere from the ocean to our tears, it’s tasty and it can be really cheap to buy. But like many things, too much salt isn’t great, especially for our health. Myth 1: All salt is out to kill you and you shouldn’t eat any of it Eating too much salt can contribute to high blood pressure, which is linked to conditions like heart failure and heart attack, kidney problems, fluid retention, stroke and osteoporosis. You might think this should mea
April Fools’ pranks are an old tradition in American and European cultures, but no one knows the exact origins of the holiday. One of the most popular theories has to do with changing calendars in the 1500s. According to this explanation, the new year had been traditionally celebrated at the start of spring. When France changed to the Roman calendar, the new year fell in January. Those who were slow to adopt the change, often people who lived in the countryside, became known as "April fools
Have a look at the advertisement below. What will you focus on first? Your gaze is most likely drawn to the highlighted woman. That’s the whole point of using a marker. The critical parts pop out. That’s one effect colors have: they attract attention. In this post, we are going to look at different perspectives on the effects of colors on behavior. Jumpstart 2020 and read what colors can do for you. Stabilo ad showcasing the effects of colors on behavior. As described, colors c