Posted on 22nd August, 2012
We can say goodbye to the blues of winter a few days early this year by embracing the springtime yellow of the daffodil on Friday August 26.
Daffodil Day was originally created by the Canadian Cancer Society in the early 1950s. Now, claiming international significance, Daffodil Day is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Australia and has become the largest national fund-raising event of its kind.
Posted on 12th October, 2011
It took almost half a century for the health risks of cigarette smoking to be widely recognised. Sadly, some young people, especially young women, still take up smoking – probably because of peer pressure and issues related to low self esteem. Older smokers, who remain smokers, almost certainly do so because of nicotine addiction.