The 1954 World Cup final is known to Germans as the 'Wunder von Bern', as West Germany managed to topple the heavily favoured Hungarian side to secure Germany's first World Cup triumph. The game is not only significant because it was Germany's first win in the competition but also due to the Mighty Magyar's (Hungary's golden … Continue reading The Miracle of Bern
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is an inherited chronic disease that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system of about 1,200 children and adults in Ireland. A defective gene and its protein product cause the body to produce unusually thick, sticky mucus that clogs the lungs and leads to life-threatening lung infections. It also obstructs the pancreas … Continue reading Living with Cystic Fibrosis
Long distance relationships are a thing; sometimes you can't avoid them but just because you have begun a long distance relationship, you shouldn't think that it is destined for failure. My girlfriend Ayo and I have been in a relationship for roughly a year and a half now and we have known each other for … Continue reading How long distance relationships can be successful (Q&A)
Sleep paralysis is when you temporarily can't move or speak when waking up or falling asleep, it is not harmful in any way but can be one of the most frightening things to experience. For some, it happens regularly, even nightly. Others may only experience once or twice in their lifetime. Whether you have experienced … Continue reading 4 horrifying facts about sleep paralysis
Recently I came across an article that was entitled, 'Why are young people not succeeding in today's world?', and I thought to myself, I view this in the complete opposite way. The article (https://lifehacks.io/why-young-people-are-not-succeeding/) does have a valid point which I will go into in a little more detail but in my opinion, the world … Continue reading Social Media: Good or bad for young people’s success?
Right now if you take a look at any early 2019 NBA mock drafts you'll find Zion Williamson, R.J. Barrett and Cam Reddish near the top of the board. When the three Duke freshman decided to commit to the same university it was big news. The nations top three high school prospects all joining the … Continue reading NBA Draft 2019: Players that can spoil a Duke 1,2,3
Three years after directing his first music video, Marvin Llantada a.k.a. yungtada has established himself as one of the young videographers leading the new wave in hip-hop music video production. Shane McGannon spoke to the L.A. based music video creator to find out who the person behind the camera is and how he turned an … Continue reading yungtada: Hip-hop video director talks working with Lil Mosey, coming from Seattle and dream collaborations
2019 is well underway but there are undoubtedly a huge number of people who have already given up on their New Years resolutions, the easiest to give up on being your health. It's very easy to binge drink, binge eat or just never stop eating. Sugary, processed foods are a dieting person's worst nightmare and … Continue reading Why your scales can be a false friend
In the NBA there are three types of teams: those that are challenging for the championship or at least hoping for a deep playoff run, those that are tanking (or are just so bad it looks like they are) and those that are in the middle of the pack, biding their time to figure out … Continue reading The most overpaid NBA players
Following UFC 231 in Toronto, in which current undisputed featherweight champion Max Holloway dismantled the previously undefeated Brian Ortega, the debate of who is the greatest featherweight of all time has really heated up. Last Saturday, Max Holloway once again displayed his incredible striking and finishing ability after defeating Brian Ortega via TKO at the … Continue reading Who is the greatest UFC featherweight of all time?