It’s #WorldHeartDay , an opportunity to reflect about our health and to make a promise to live a more heart-healthy life. Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are disorders of heart and blood vessels. They include: coronary heart diseases, cerebrovascular disease, rheumatic heart disease, heart disease and other conditions. CVDs are the number 1 cause of death globally.Continue reading “World Heart Day 2018”
It’s United Nations Generally Assembly (UNGA) week. So many events are taking place in NYC to discuss what governments, civil society, organizations can do to efficiently beat Noncommunicable Diseases. Here some info about one leading factor for NCDs and deaths worldwide, physical inactivity. Let’s Be Active. Let’s Beat NCDs.
Color and Learn the Alphabet from Arancia to Zucca. Hello everyone. Hope you’re having a great Summer! If you are looking for fun learning activities to keep your kids busy, here you can find some free printable tracing worksheets. They will help children to: Learn the alphabet Practice writing words, in both lower and upperContinue reading “Fun activities for kids!!”
ODE TO RUNNING Running: I love you. Running: Thank you. It’s Global Running Day, a celebration of running that encourages people to get moving. No matter how fast, how far, where, get moving!!! It’s very important to be physically active to live a healthy, happy, long life. Running has so many benefits. It canContinue reading “Global Running Day 2018”
It’s that time of the year again- Movember is back. What’s Movember? It’s an annual campaign that takes place in November to raise awareness and funds for men’s health. It’s held by the Movember Foundation, a global organization that focuses on men’s health with the ultimate goal of reducing the number of men dying prematurely.Continue reading “Movember is back!!”
Today it’s #WorldCancerDay An important day to share some more information about cancer, from prevention to treatment. Unfortunately, many of us, directly or indirectly, are affected by this disease. According to the World Cancer Report 2014, cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for 8.2 million deaths in 2012 and 14 million newContinue reading “#WorldCancerDay 2016”