As a child, you might remember hearing “lights out” as a way to tell you it was time to go to bed. Having the lights off at bedtime is much more than a common bedtime phrase, though. In fact, the decision to turn out the lights — or leave them on — could affect your health. Yet the problem lies beyond ceiling lights and lamps. Light surrounds us from multiple sources, including streetlamps, televisions, and the blue light emitted from our electronic devices, like cellphones, computers, and tablets.
Having a baby after age 35 is more common than ever, but the buck doesn’t stop there. Plenty of women are successfully having babies in their 40s and 50s, too. We’ve all heard about the tick-tock, tick-tock of that “biological clock,” and it’s true — age can make a difference in terms of natural conception.
International Youth Day is a United Nations holiday celebrated annually on August 12th. Also called World Youth Day, this date is recognized through worldwide events that discuss the ever-evolving role of the youth in global development, economics, socialization and peace.