health

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

  • Olivia Ava
    Published 20 days ago
    Why Oral Health is Essential for Your Overall Health

    Why Oral Health is Essential for Your Overall Health

    As demonstrated by different sterling orthodontics pros, it is necessary to floss and brush because a healthy mouth can empower you to reduce the significant issue. Of course, having ill mouth infers that you can pull in various affliction and increment the peril of genuine clinical problems, for instance, stroke, coronary failure, and even diabetes. We would all have the option to agree that taking proper care of your gums, teeth, and mouth is an honorable target from an aesthetical perspective. Legitimate dental hygiene and excellent oral health can balance tooth decay, bad breath, and gum sickness. If you ignore it, the issue will tail you as you get increasingly settled, and you may require adult orthodontics treatment.
  • Ashish Prabhu
    Published 21 days ago
    Events Planned To Raise Awareness Of Aphasia

    Events Planned To Raise Awareness Of Aphasia

    June is Aphasia Awareness Month. The condition which affects over three hundred and fifty thousand people in the UK is highlighted during the month of June each year to raise people's awareness of it and ensure they know what to do if they come across anyone who is afflicted by the condition.
  • Rudyard
    Published 21 days ago
    The Basics of Radiation Therapy for Cancer Treatment

    The Basics of Radiation Therapy for Cancer Treatment

    When electromagnetic rays that are considered high energy rays on the electromagnetic spectrum are used to destroy and shrink the cancerous tumours and cells then this process is called radiotherapy. Many people who are diagnosed with cancer and are required to undergo radiotherapy, are already wary about this procedure because of the word ‘radiation’.
  • Laura Del
    Published 22 days ago
    Chronic

    Chronic

    Wretched pain shoots through your body, and you have no idea how to deal with it. The ache becomes your life, your being, your everything. You don’t know what to do, so you go to a professional who tells you that they have no idea what you’re talking about. “Nothing has those symptoms,” they say, as you tell them your story. So you go home feeling that maybe they were right, maybe it’s just something that’ll go away with time.
  • Mika Leone
    Published 24 days ago
          Baltic Amber
  • Sasha Boileau
    Published 26 days ago
    IBS
  • Isabella Esposito
    Published 26 days ago
    Living with recurrent UTIs

    Living with recurrent UTIs

    Most women experience the excruciating pain of a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) at least once in a lifetime. A bunch of pretty unlucky women, however, have to deal with it on a regular basis.
  • Ross Geller
    Published 28 days ago
    6 Health Benefits of Kratom Capsules
  • Lena Hemsworth
    Published 28 days ago
    5 Tips for Creating Healthy Dental Habits

    5 Tips for Creating Healthy Dental Habits

    Did you know that a lot of people don’t know what creating a healthy dental habit is? Do you? Brushing your teeth only once a day isn’t considered good enough for the health of an overall mouth cavity. Even though personal hygiene habits should be adopted in childhood, it's never too late for a change.
  • ltc_stu
    Published 29 days ago
    COVID19 lockdown

    COVID19 lockdown

    “A little pain is a reminder that we’re alive, that we’re mortals” - something I heard when I was younger & it stuck.
  • Carol Townend
    Published 29 days ago
    My Terrifying Experience Seeing My Husband Fight CoronaVirus

    My Terrifying Experience Seeing My Husband Fight CoronaVirus

    My husband works as a nurse, and because of that I always worried about his risk of getting Coronavirus. It was heart-breaking enough to hear about his recovery from cancer of when he was just three years old, after undergoing a serious operation, and them seeing him suffer from chronic pain issues after his car crash a few years back. However, as he is usually healthy and very protective with his health, even he thought he'd never get the virus. The hospital where he works has good measures in place, and he is strict on hygiene and social guidance so we thought it would be enough.
  • Maiya Cooper
    Published about a month ago
    The Media