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How Jazz Became my New Saviour

I explore the benefits of Jazz music and how it helps one to improve their concentration at work and school

When a Fool experiences Writer's Block

A personal piece discussing my writing capabilities as I make a comeback to publishing articles on ScribersHive

Knitting: the Newest Old Trend!

Knitting helps your body and soul

The Midday Slump - A Tale of Severe Procrastination

Getting back to the basics of writing and publishing on ScribersHive after a long hiatus.

World’s First Malaria Vaccine to go to African Children

Over 360,000 children in three African countries will receive the first malaria vaccine.

Over Half a Million British Children at Risk of Measles

Over half a million children from the UK are at risk from the potentially fatal measles virus after not receiving the recommended vaccinations.

EU Parliament Bans Single-Use Plastic Items

Single-use plastic items, like straws, cutlery, and cotton buds, will be banned in Europe by 2021.

Antidepressant Prescriptions in England Double in Past Decade

Increasing rates of depression have led the NHS to issue over 70 million prescriptions for antidepressants in 2018.

Daily Cannabis Use Linked to Mental Illness

A new study links daily smoking of potent strains of cannabis to severe mental health issues.

Italy Bans Unvaccinated Students from Attending Class

Following a mandatory immunisation law, Italian parents who have not vaccinated their children risk fines or their kids being re fused entry into schools.