The day formerly known as National Behavior Analysis Day has been renamed World Behavior Analysis Day in order to recognize the science behind behavior analysis on a global scale.
Texts from ancient Egypt and China reveal that cultures have maintained the importance of excellent oral hygiene for centuries.
National Native H.I.V./AIDS Awareness Day has existed since 2007 to bring attention to efforts to reduce H.I.V. among American Indians,
Certified Nurses Day was established in 2008 by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) in collaboration with the American Nurses Association (ANN) to recognize the achievement of certification and the commitment to professionalism and critical knowledge of specialty areas that it demonstrates.
Stretch marks can be a source of humiliation and embarrassment for some individuals. However, there is no reason to be embarrassed of stretch marks! This is the reason why Anya Harris created this day in 2019
Sleep is a state of natural relaxation. It aids in the regeneration and replenishment of the mind and body by inhibiting muscle movement and other inactive body senses. There are multiple stages of slumber, each with a unique function.
Medical science dates back to the beginning of human civilization. Even before that, our ancestors understood the medicinal value of certain botanicals. The restorative arts flourished during the iron age.
World Glaucoma Day is observed annually on March 12. This day is observed globally as part of the week designated to raise awareness and eliminate glaucoma-related impairment.
Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) is a condition affecting unborn infants. While in the mother’s womb, the child encounters poor growth. There are numerous reasons why this could occur.
This day seems implausible to many of us, and we may wonder how and why it occurred. However, according to experts, washing your nostrils is as essential as washing your hands or face.