Figure of the week: Education participation rates in Africa increase, with some caveats

By Tamara White On September 18, the African Union, in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) released the report, “Transforming Education in Africa,” an evidence-based overview of education in the region. The report highlights progress the continent has made on education indicators, such […]

Lululemon Brings Fanny Packs and Bucket Hats to the Team Canada Olympic Uniforms

Let’s be clear — these are not your grandmother’s Olympic uniforms. They are Gen Z’s. As the Olympians-turned-models emerged onto the runway at the Lululemon Team Canada launch event on October 26, it immediately became apparent that the athleisure brand was taking its role as […]

5 Best Foods Backed by Science for Better Sleep at Night

How effectively we sleep impacts what we eat. Analysis exhibits that sleep-deprived individuals persistently devour extra energy than individuals who get the advisable seven or extra hours of sleep every night time. If we’re overly drained, we’re additionally extra probably to decide on unhealthy meals […]