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‘F9’ actress Nathalie Emmanuel says social media helped her improve body image

In a recent interview with Women’s Health magazine, F9‘s Nathalie Emmanuel opened up about her relationship with her body image, food, and more, revealing that social media ultimately helped her come to a powerful realization. Known best for her television role as the fan-favorite character Missandei in Game of Thrones and for starring in Hulu’s… Read More »

‘A long way still to go’, says Waikato DHB

Though Waikato DHB has restored some of its foundational services in the past week, Chief Executive Dr Kevin Snee said in a statement yesterday that there remains “a great deal of work to be done across the DHB which will take time”. The restored services include diagnostics from laboratory and radiology services, recording and tracking… Read More »

IMF hikes growth forecast for the Middle East, says recovery will be ‘divergent’

The International Monetary Fund has revised its growth forecast upward for the Middle East and North Africa region, as countries recover from the coronavirus crisis that began in 2020. Real GDP in the MENA region is now expected to grow 4% in 2021, up from the fund’s October projection of 3.2%. However, the outlook will… Read More »

CDC provides Easter coronavirus guidance, says fully vaccinated people can gather without masks

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has officially released its coronavirus guidance ahead of Easter Sunday, advising those who are taking part in the celebration to do so virtually and avoid travel, if possible. Those who are fully vaccinated against the novel disease, however, may gather together without face masks, the federal agency… Read More »

‘Read more books’ says leading purpose and performance coach Mark Whittle – here’s why reading is so important for our wellbeing

Reading is one of our greatest skills says Purpose and Performance Coach, Mark Whittle. Join us every week for productivity hacks, lifestyle changes and tools to help you through the rest of lockdown  Reading is a privilege. To be able to read, is a privilege. The first written communication dates back to 3,500BC and those who could read, would hold… Read More »