As I sit down to write a post for this demography blog tonight, it is hard to think of anything...Read More
All around the country today, on this unprecedented St Patrick’s Day with the country in lockdown, people stood out in their gardens or sat around the kitchen and sang one of Ireland’s anthems, Oró Sé Do Bheatha Bhaile.Read More
Michelle shows us how to make Macramé holders for your favourite plants. Gorgeous! Make these with...Read More
Even in the current culture, most young people still dream of being happily married someday—of finding someone they’d like to share their life with.Read More
A study analyzing the behaviour of over 5,000 adults has found a significant link exists between the number of sexual partners a person has had and their chances of developing cancer.Read More
The abolition of the slave trade was one of Christianity’s greatest “glories” according to Welsh actor, with the right of the individual conscience coming from early Christianity, he claimed.Read More
Published in the prestigious Lancet Psychiatry journal, the study found that exercise is more beneficial to one’s happiness than wealth, with those who exercise being markedly happier than those who have higher incomes but don’t exercise.Read More
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