The SnapBack is the latest trend to hit new mothers in modern-day society. While I am all for mothers regaining their figure back, the SnapBack has mothers wanting to miraculously lose their baby weight within weeks of giving birth.
Vietnam’s Generation Z is swapping real-life friendships for virtual ones.
This month Douglas Holwerda, American trained and licensed mental health counsellor, talks about why people bully and how bullying can be prevented
On the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City, an organic farm is teaching Saigon’s schoolchildren the value of knowing what goes into your body
Although The Heart Institute has operated on over 20,000 children, with 4,000 helped financially by its sister organisation, CMI, every heart they put right matters. Words by Margaret Smith. Photos by Francis Xavier
When Juergen Eichhorn first saw the painful side of the northern province of Hai Duong, it happened by chance. He’s still unsure if it was an accident or destiny.
Loreto Vietnam works tirelessly to give disadvantaged kids a chance in life. Words by Ed Weinberg
Everybody knows the detrimental effects of smoking on your health. It’s common knowledge and even written on the side of every cigarette packet. We know that smoking can shorten your life expectancy, increase our risk of lung cancer (one in 11 smokers will die of lung cancer), and increase the risk of chronic lung disease or having a stroke or heart attack.
Balance bikes aren’t only great first bikes for your two to five-year-old — they were the first bikes ever used. But with the pass of centuries, they’re no longer the creaky things from old-timey movies, now they’re of the sturdy kind that the FirstBIKE Balance Bike is made from — although few compare with this new entrant to the Vietnamese market.