The Easter Egg has arguably become the most recognisable Easter icon. But how have they become the part of Easter that we recognise the most?
Tag: National days
As Mother’s Day approaches many realise they’ve gotten mixed up with the American date. To help avoid future confusion here’s why the days are different.
The last day of February is International Rare Disease Day. It’s used to highlight conditions that have just a few hundred to a few thousand patients.
Just after the halfway point of winter, we celebrate with romantic acts. But what do we know about Saint Valentine himself?
Although it’s been around for years, 2018 will see Tinnitus Week go global. Organisations around the world will join up to raise awareness of the condition.
Christmas dinner has become the main event for many family celebrations and for most of us the day would feel incomplete without it, but how has it changed?
Coming to you every 1st December World AIDS Day aims to raise awareness of this disease and improve the lives of those with it.
Falling on the 21st November every year, World Television Day celebrates the advent and importance of how television is central to global communication.
The United Nations has many remits, one of which is the health of global citizens. One of their public health days is the annual World Diabetes Day.