Obesity is a condition that can compromise health in several aspects, being recognised as a risk factor for chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, insulin
resistance, stroke and cardiovascular diseases – to name just a few examples. Now, in the context of Covid-19, obesity takes on a new role as a “villain”. Overweight people who are infected with the new coronavirus may have an increased severity of the disease.

To enjoy a successful career, you need more than desire to do well. You need commitment and must work hard to achieve your dreams. If you do not have the passion for the job you are doing, then it might be better to look for something else otherwise you will end up becoming frustrated. Remember we are living in a time where very talented people are competing for jobs, so you have to do your very best in order to be successful.

While the borders of the world close down, ours open up!Yes! We have borders in our inner world. We`re keepers of a Me present and counscious and other two. One of them controls our urge and give us a kind of social behavior, and the other we have access through our gestures, some contents show up in our dreams without our understanding, as well as things we do not know and do not consider important. Ex.: Why the gestures to speak, why am I biting my nails, why does certain kind of person annoys me. They, the behavior, has always been there with you. Just like Freud said, it`s an unknown, known.

For those who think that the answer for the question above is automatically yes, here are some clarifications. 

An update to the British naturalisation policy, published on Friday, May 15, by the British government, will hinder the requests for naturalization from European citizens who are living in the UK and who had acquired the Settle Status trough the Settlement Scheme – the system incorporated to the British law due to the UK has withdrawn from the European Union. 

This year marks the London Eye’s 20th birthday, which is quite impressive considering this iconic landmark was only supposed to be a temporary attraction (which funnily enough is exactly how the Eiffel Tower started out), and it is now the UK’s most popular paid attraction, with 3.75 million visitors a year.