Sarah Hafda

Sarah Hafda

That a link exists has long been understood: the eye condition xerophthalmia, a common cause of blindness in developing countries, is known to be caused by a lack of vitamin A, which is found in sources such as meat and fresh vegetables.

Anyone who spends six hours a day in front of the box is at risk of dying five years sooner than those who enjoy more active pastimes, it is claimed.

When you recognise that someone you know might have

Run for the Kids!

The next Run For The Kids is on Sunday 24th March 2013 for the Royal Children's Hospital Appeal.
In the Herald Sun/CityLink Run for the Kids, all participants have the opportunity to be sponsored by family, friends and workmates. All money raised by sponsored runners will go to the Good Friday Royal Children's Hospital Appeal.

My Story

‘Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.’ One of the most inspirational and aspiring quotes that has driven me to become the person I am today. Igniting a bright future, attainment/knowledge and optimism are definitely what’ll give me the ability to serve my part as a global citizen-thus, make a difference- and leave my handprint on Earth. Being of Lebanese background and adapting to the Australian culture has given me the opportunity to cultivate into the sanguine and flexible individual I am.  

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Research - We are the leading independent funders of cancer research in Australia, granting more than $50million a year in research grants.

DOES AGE AFFECT MEMORY?

Yes, Generation X potentially have a more restored memory than those from Generation Z. In fact, aging doesn’t necessarily affect ones’ memory; a survey conducted between various age groups quaintly depicted that people aged 31-40 had the preeminent memory. The survey included two investigations: a visual-memory test and a word-memory test.