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Video Games

  • 4 min read

Video games were first introduced in the 1970s and have now become an invariable source of fun and entertainment for children. This virtual world has become a place of fantasy, where they are rewarded for every game they win. Nowadays, video games can be seen in almost all homes, with… 

Music

  • 2 min read

Music can affect us Today music is a necessity in many people’s lives.  People listen to music all the time, from students who listen to it at social gatherings, adults driving to work, and those who listen to music to plainly enjoy life. Our point is every day, almost everyone… 

Alcohol

  • 2 min read

Drinking in childhood is a serious problem Alcohol has a negative impact on health. Alcohol can damage every organ in your body, including your developing brain. Alcohol can affect your ability to co-ordinate movements, memory, and judgement. In addition to its negative impact on health, alcohol use among youth can… 

Smoking

  • 2 min read

Smoking is Harmful Smoking is one of the worst things children or adults can do to their bodies. Smoking cigarettes can harm almost every organ in your body, from top to bottom and inside and out. Yet every single day a lot of children start smoking. Often, people start smoking… 

Displacement / Homelessness

  • 2 min read

What is homelessness? Homelessness means not having a home. You don’t have to be living on the streets to be homeless – even if you have a roof over your head you can still be homeless. This may be because your home is unsuitable or you don’t have any rights… 

Abortion

  • 3 min read

What is abortion? Abortion means choosing to end a pregnancy before term.  This means that you don’t have the baby if you were pregnant. Everyone is entitled to their own views on abortion.   Causes of Abortion The following are reasons why people may have an abortion: Fear of the… 

Running Away from Home

  • 3 min read

Who is a runaway? A runaway is a minor or a person who is under age 18, who has left the home of his or her parent or legal guardian without permission, or has been thrown out by his or her parent and is considered by the local authorities to… 

Unemployment

  • 2 min read

What is unemployment? Unemployment occurs when a person is able and willing to work but currently is not working. The prevalence of unemployment is usually measured using the unemployment rate, which is the percentage of people who are capable of working but are not working.   How do people become… 

Being a Good Student

  • 3 min read

How to be a Good Student Not all people are born good students but good students can be created from developing good study habits. Being a good student takes a lot of things, but to be a good student one will always have to persevere (be persistent, refuse to stop).… 

Bullying

  • 5 min read

What is Bullying? Bullying is when someone keeps doing or saying things to have power or control over another person. There are many ways that someone can be bullied: Verbally- such as name-calling, put downs, threats, teasing. Physically- being punched, tripped, kicked or having your belongings (lunch, money, books) stolen…