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Keeping your mind and body in check - popular topics in health and medicine to maintain a long and healthy life.

  • justhanmarie
    Published 10 days ago
    I was told it was just Anxiety.

    I was told it was just Anxiety.

    In the March 2019, my hair started falling out.
  • Leah C.
    Published 10 days ago
    5 Skin Cancer Preventative Tips

    5 Skin Cancer Preventative Tips

    Between exposure to LED lamps at the nail salon, and once thought to be harmless tanning, skin cancer is on the rise now more than ever. For thosse who have been diagnosed, or are looking to minimize their risk, keep on reading for useful skin cancer preventative tips.
  • Anthony Chan
    Published 10 days ago
    What is the best way to test the effectiveness of a new Covid-19 vaccine during the summer months?
  • Jay Bhateliya
    Published 11 days ago
    How Dangerous Can A Humid Summer Be?

    How Dangerous Can A Humid Summer Be?

    Researchers on climate change have been warning for a long time that by 2070, the temperature of the earth will increase so much that it will not be possible to live here.
  • Emma Willson
    Published 13 days ago
    7 Precautions To Protect Yourself From Coronavirus

    7 Precautions To Protect Yourself From Coronavirus

    The total number of people infected with COVID-19 has surpassed 4.9 million. There were similar virus outbreaks in the past. They were the SARS virus in 2003 and the MERS virus in 2012.
  • leona nannie
    Published 13 days ago
    The Analogy Between Indoor Air Pollution Exaggeration and the Anti-vaccination Movement

    The Analogy Between Indoor Air Pollution Exaggeration and the Anti-vaccination Movement

    The so-called concept of "indoor air pollution" has recently been on the rise. Since other cooked up notions, how serious is it, literally?
  • mitzi aurelia
    Published 14 days ago
    Game Theory: Prisoner's dilemma

    Game Theory: Prisoner's dilemma

    1. Prisoner's dilemma.
  • andrewdeen14
    Published 14 days ago
    Tools for Parents to Stop Vaping at Home

    Tools for Parents to Stop Vaping at Home

    Lots of kids are home from school right now, and families are living in close quarters. Parents and teens might be getting on each other’s nerves during social distancing protocols, but there is a silver lining: parents might be in a better position at the moment to curb worrying behavior like vaping that usually takes place at school.
  • El Young
    Published 15 days ago
    My life with Eczema

    My life with Eczema

    Eczema had a major impact in my life and too often typecast as the role of the bad guy growing up from birth, I suffered with wretched eczema really bad. I mean bad-bad. My skin was rough, chapped and very flaky. It was all over my face, on the back of my hands, the topsides of my forearms, the back of my triceps and the back of my leg joints. Trust me, I had it bad. At times my scratching became unstoppable and as crazy as it seems, sometimes extremely satisfying.
  • Milica Kostic
    Published 16 days ago
    Gluten-Free Life: The Hidden Thoughts of a Celiac

    Gluten-Free Life: The Hidden Thoughts of a Celiac

    Being diagnosed with celiac disease can be devastating, especially if the diagnosis comes in adulthood. Children are much more flexible and can adapt quickly to a new diet, but unfortunately, that’s not the case with the adults.
  • FRED ABANKWA
    Published 16 days ago
    COVID-19 HEALTH WORKERS OUR HEROES ARE TO BE APPRECIATED

    COVID-19 HEALTH WORKERS OUR HEROES ARE TO BE APPRECIATED

    This is an unforgettable moment in our history. COVID-19 pandemic have had an impact on our businesses we depend on for daily survivor, the health sector of our love ones. The way we live has changed. It amazes me how a lot of people think that health workers been Doctor or nurses are superhuman. The fact is that they really like their job which is to serve humanity. In the past heroes were the people that fought at the war frontline. Recently, the cup has a turn, our frontline heroes are our health workers. why? This is because our health workers didn’t fight with guns, or muscles or bow and arrow but they fought with commitment. Health workers are the heroes at the heart of humanitarian action. When COVID-19 pandemic broke out, a lot of people were afraid to even go out. Some of them closed their companies, shops and business but these doctors and nurses were out there sacrificing their lives to save people.
  • K. Exum
    Published 17 days ago
    Behind The Scenes: Gastric Sleeve

    Behind The Scenes: Gastric Sleeve

    The day was May 15th 2019. Is when I finally was able to have the operation I struggled with for years. 3 years since I started the program in 2016. I struggled with the weight loss portion for years. Then I struggled with the sleep apnea test.