This month’s kids’ book club is brought to you by five-year-old Basma Sultan, who recommends titles from Dr Seuss, Cressida Cowell, Amy Shields and Julia Donaldson.
Let MCC take care of all your vacation plans this autumn/winter. All you need to do is choose where to go… Check out our pick of this season’s top travel trends
The beauty of this simple carrot-cake traybake is that it can be made by children – with adult supervision, of course – while the very young ones can just ‘help’!
Do you know Bitcoin from Ripple, or wondering how to buy and trade digital currencies and what the risks are? Our beginner’s guide to cryptocurreny has the answers.
This app is built on a skills-based methodology that helps children in early and middle childhood build a healthier relationship with life, stress, and anxiety.
When only a caffeine boost will do, reach for these coffee and vanilla energy balls made with nutrient rich chia seeds and cacao nibs for extra deliciousness.
Feel virtuous at breakfast time with this pineapple and avocado smoothie bowl, deliciously sweet and tangy thanks to apple juice and freshly squeezed lime.
This Australian series is a fun, mockumentary-style detective show for kids that follows the escapades of four 5th-graders as they strive to solve a different mystery.
Biochemical food testing firm GC Biosciences helps its clients attain optimum health and improve conditions such as inflammation and IBS, all though a simple blood test.
You've probably heard of antioxidants and know they're good for you, but what exactly are they, and are they the magic bullet we’d like to believe?
This ancient martial art might look subtle but its wellbeing-boosting powers reach far beyond its gentle appearance. Instructor Michael Burke explains why.
The Saudi mountaineer has climbed five of the seven highest peaks in the world, raising thousands of dollars along the way. We find out what motivates her.
Many of us find that exercising during Ramadan can be a challenge: find out how to adapt your fitness goals and train 'Smart' during Holy month.
Done mindfully, it is possible to have a healthy Ramadan and even lose weight, if you eat sensibly and follow a few simple guidelines.
The Celiac Association is a non-profit organisation that seeks to improve the quality of life for thousands of celiac patients in Saudi Arabia.
Stuck in a fitness rut? Find out how to switch things up with some shiny new gym gadgets, so you can start enjoying your workouts again.