Saniya Yousuf is a student of Media Sciences at Ziauddin University and an Internee at HTV who has a love for art and writing. With the immense love for writing, words grew from a mild interest to an integral part of what defines her.
We live in a world where a person is only considered beautiful if they are fair, tall, board shouldered, slim or have long flailing hair.
Animal abuse is everywhere – in circuses, zoos, races, and laboratories, with stray animals, and even livestock.
Today, people around the globe are celebrating World Hepatitis Day. But unfortunately, in our part of the world, many are still unaware of how this common but deadly disease occurs and how it can be prevented.
Health problems are always an issue in monsoon; the air is filled with moisture and impregnated with viruses and disease,
Effective means of smoking are readily available in Pakistan – there is no denying that.
Just like death, age is also an inevitable and unavoidable part of life. However, there are some who age faster than others; researches have shown that there really is a thing called “faster aging” and many individuals experience it.
When a person deliberately wants to harm himself and he thinks it is the only way of dealing with difficult situations, such a phenomenon comes under the category of self-harm.
Eighteen years ago, on July 12, 1997, Pakistan’s second Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai, was born in the valley of Swat.
Human life in Pakistan has always been at risk – be it terrorism, target killing, extortion, crime or diseases in general.
Thursday was National Doctor’s Day in Pakistan. But I am sure most of you were not aware of it. Such is the respect and importance we give to our doctors these days.