Month: August 2019

Home Buying: Making Sure Your First Home is Worth the Purchase

man handing house-shaped key

As much as buying your first home can be exciting, it can also be overwhelming. This is especially the case when available homes are being purchased within weeks of being listed on the market. With the high level of competition among homebuyers, it’s tempting to give in to your fear of missing out. You might …

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How Social Media Affects Young Women’s Perception of Body Image

looking through social media on the bus

Everyone goes through a point in their lives when they feel bad about themselves and the way they look. It’s a time when a person experiences low self-esteem and low self-confidence from time to time. Research shows that more than 60% of teenage girls ages 10 to 17 years in the UK alone suffer from …

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Making School Construction Safer for Students and Staff

School classroom with school desks and blackboard

In 2012, the Bromley Times reported that a 91-year-old woman was injured while passing near a construction site. This was just one of many instances of passers-by being struck by equipment or objects from construction sites, and it is safe to say that many cases also go unreported. The dangers of construction extend beyond the …

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