Your checklist to staying healthy

July 01, 2020
YOU’RE conscious of your health, right? You watch what you eat, you wear facemask, washing your hands regularly and sanitize anything around you. These routines keeps you safe and healthy.

Ecosystem degradation could raise risk of pandemics

June 30, 2020
Using a framework designed to analyze and communicate complex relationships between society and the environment, the study suggested that maintaining intact and fully functioning ecosystems and their associated environmental and health benefits is key to preventing the emergence of new pandemics.

Your guide to optimal dosage of vitamins, minerals

June 29, 2020
DURING this coronavirus pandemic, people are always looking for ways to improve their well-being. Observing proper health protocols like wearing of facemasks in public, washing or sanitizing hands regularly and following the one-meter social distancing would help prevent the spread of the virus.

Common food additive causes colon inflammation

June 29, 2020
A COMMON food additive, recently banned in France but allowed in the U.S. and many other countries, was found to significantly alter gut microbiota causing inflammation in the colon and changes in protein expression in the liver, according to research led by a University of Massachusetts Amherst food scientist.

Knowing Your medical history as Health Guide

June 24, 2020
Diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and other health abnormalities can occur in all races, health experts believe that there are several racial groups are at increased risk of certain diseases. For example, diabetes are prevalent among Americans, Africans of sickle cell disease, while Europeans and Southern Asians are more susceptible to thalassemia.

Manage your menopause

June 24, 2020
If girls have to deal with unsightly acne, painful menstrual cramps, and uncontrollable mood swings in their teens, middle-aged women endure years of the classic symptoms that come with the end of menstruation—that is, going without your menstrual period for 12 consecutive months: hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, difficulty sleeping, irritability, incontinence, memory problems, and weight gain from a slower metabolism.

Your lipid profile matters in warding off COVID-19

June 21, 2020
* Blood pressure. Most of Covid patients have underlying symptoms of high blood pressure. We should keep our blood pressure at normal level. An elevated blood pressure is significant because it often progresses into Stage I (systolic 130-139 or diastolic 80-89) and then Stage II (systolic over 140 or diastolic over 90) hypertension, which can eventually lead to a risk of atherosclerotic heart disease, heart attack, or stroke.

COVID-19 could stay in pets, may pass again to humans

June 19, 2020
They suggest that a global effort is needed to monitor possible outbreaks of the virus in various animal populations around the world. They claim that if the virus becomes common in an animal population that lives near people, such as pets or livestock, it could lead to another outbreak in that area.

When it’s time to review your health condition

June 19, 2020
* You often have colds. If you seem to be more prone to picking up colds it may indicate that you need to boost your immune system or there may be some kind of issue with it. You may be lacking in Vitamin C or there could even be a virus attacking it that you are unaware of, so get a blood test carried out that can check if there is anything to be concerned about and try to improve your general health to give it that natural boost.