Study Sheds Light On Impact Of Covid – 19 On Male Fertility

Scientists believe that Covid-19 could affect male fertility after an early study showed patients who died from the virus had decreased sperm counts. Researchers also rebuffed what they called ‘myths’ on social media about the effect of Covid-19 vaccines on male fertility. Scientists from the University of Miami examined six patients who died from Covid-19 … Continue reading Study Sheds Light On Impact Of Covid – 19 On Male Fertility

Cate Blanchett Sees Pandemic As Chance For Refelction On Plight Of Refugees

This year's World Refugee Day offers a chance to reflect on the uncertainty faced by those forced to flee their homes, actor Cate Blanchett, a goodwill ambassador for the U.N. refugee agency, says as the world grapples with the unpredictability of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Oscar winner and UNHCR goodwill said  the annual June 20 … Continue reading Cate Blanchett Sees Pandemic As Chance For Refelction On Plight Of Refugees

Britain’s Prince William Gets First Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine

Britain's Prince William, who contracted COVID-19 last year, revealed on Thursday he had received his first dose of a coronavirus vaccine. William, 38, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth and second - in - line to the British Throne, revealed on Twitter he had receive the shot earlier this week, alongside a picture of the moment … Continue reading Britain’s Prince William Gets First Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine

SKIN | The Pro’s Guide To Managing Sensitive Skin This Winter

'Some people are born with sensitive skin; other people have it temporarily', explain dermatologist Amy Wechsler of the surge of rough, ruddy complexion during winter. 'It's very common due to cold climate, as well as stress, travel, or sleep deprivation'. No matter which camp you fall in - seasonal or year - round sufferer - if your skin … Continue reading SKIN | The Pro’s Guide To Managing Sensitive Skin This Winter

FASHION AVENUE | These Limited – Edition Bags Reflect The Tastes Of Michael Kors’s Middle Eastern Customer

The pandemic hasn't stopped designers spinning their magic, in fact it seems the fashion industry has had to get even more creative. American fashion house Michael Kors is the latest to unveil a new capsule collection dedicated to the Middle East. The elegant range, available in select Michael Kors flagships throughout the region, features a … Continue reading FASHION AVENUE | These Limited – Edition Bags Reflect The Tastes Of Michael Kors’s Middle Eastern Customer

INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN | Everything You Need To Know About Dr. Jill Biden, America’s Next First Lady

She Has Always Been Protective Of Her Own Career ‘Being  a teacher is not what I do but who I am’, Dr. Jill Biden wrote in her 2019 memoire, Where the Light Enters. She’s dedicated her entire life to her chosen profession, so much so that she broke with tradition in continuing to teach English … Continue reading INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN | Everything You Need To Know About Dr. Jill Biden, America’s Next First Lady

TRAVEL ESSENTIALS | AlUla Heritage Sites Reopen To Public End Of October

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) has confirmed that the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hegra, the ancient kingdom of Dadan and the canyons of Jabal Ikmah will be the first sites to re-open to the public, having been largely closed off to visitors in the past period. The RCU announced that residents of AlUla will … Continue reading TRAVEL ESSENTIALS | AlUla Heritage Sites Reopen To Public End Of October

LIFESTYLE | Interior Designer Bobby Berk Shares His Tips For Creating A Calm Home

Whether you’re looking to renovate or add your stamp to a new build, the award-winning and Emmy-nominated American interior designer, who is known for starring in the Netflix hit Queer Eye as the interior design expert, is here to help. He’ll put his stylish spin on a space to create one that’s calming and mood-enhancing, … Continue reading LIFESTYLE | Interior Designer Bobby Berk Shares His Tips For Creating A Calm Home

WELLBEING | Good Sense Of Smell May Indicate Lower Risk Of Dementia In Older Adults: Study

‘Stop and smell the roses’ may actually be important when it comes to detecting your risk of dementia and getting early treatment for the condition, according to a new study. A study out of the University of California San Francisco found that older Americans who can identify odors like roses, lemons, onions, paint-thinner, and turpentine … Continue reading WELLBEING | Good Sense Of Smell May Indicate Lower Risk Of Dementia In Older Adults: Study