Great TV Can pick us up during the cold and dark winter months. The return of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here this Sunday at 9pm has got us all looking forward to parachuting into the Australian jungle with this year’s campmates (all from the comfort of our own living room of course).
Some of us will have looked forward to this all year as for some reason, witnessing a group of celebrities tremble with fear as they are tormented with bugs, snakes and other critters as they complete bushtucker trials is guaranteed to brighten up our evenings.
Now that the clocks have gone back, we are experiencing much shorter days. During the winter months, it can get dark as early as 4pm.
For the most part, it is often dark when we leave in the morning and also when we get home in the evenings. This can result in some people experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD can be described as feelings of depression during the colder, winter months.
Remember, remember the fifth of November, gunpowder, treason and plot. Now that Halloween has passed, the focus has quickly shifted to bonfire night. Every year, on the 5th November, people all over the UK gather around the bonfire to watch the Guy burn.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is a life-saving skill that everyone should have as you never know when you may need CPR to save a person’s life.
People die every day from cardiac arrest, drowning, smoke inhalation and other causes as a result of family members, friends and bystanders who do not know how to respond to an emergency situation effectively.
In the time it takes the emergency services to arrive to the scene, the victim’s chance of survival is rapidly decreasing. Often, it is too late which is why bystander CPR is so important.