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Why Living Alone Is Beneficial to Your Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a significant toll not only in economic aspects but also in people’s mental health. Although staying at home has given everyone a much-needed rest from the hustle of daily life, avoiding the outdoors for long periods has affected everyone negatively in different ways. Loneliness and isolation are two of the

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Personalizing Your Workout Experience

The first thing you have to know about exercising is when it’s best to do it and how often you should engage in this activity. This is to make sure you get to maximize your time and keep a balanced lifestyle. When is the Best Time to Exercise? You might notice that each person has

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Wrong-Sided Injuries Do Happen, but Why?

In November 2007, Rhode Island Hospital hogged the spotlight when the news reported that they operated on the wrong side of the head of an 82-year-old woman. Fortunately, they weren’t too far into the operation before they realized their mistake. However, this wasn’t the first time it happened in the same healthcare facility. Before this,

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Medical Mission: A Charitable Event Your Company Should Organize

You may think only charitable foundations can organize medical missions, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Big or small businesses, in fact, can also host it successfully. You don’t even have to be in the medical industry. In the Philippines, megacorporation J.G. Summit Petrochemicals Group held a medical mission on Valentine’s Day two years

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Soft Food Diet: Everything You Should to Know About It

One of the primary ways of providing sustenance to our body is by having a well-balanced diet and proper hydration. Most of us want to be a better version of ourselves, and having a healthy and fit lifestyle is one of the best ways of doing it. Normally, most people would associate “diet” with exercise

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Spine Disorders

Three Common Spinal Curvature Disorders

The spine or backbone is the central support of the human body. It is comprised of several vertebrae, bones that protect and provide support to the spinal cord and the surrounding nerves. The spine is responsible for keeping us upright; it connects the head, shoulders, arms, chest, pelvis, and legs to each other. It also

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Hospital Hobbies: How to Keep Active During Hospital Treatment

Taking care of a patient in the hospital isn’t terribly helpful. For one, there isn’t a lot of things you can do while looking out for your sick relative. But what if you’re the one being looked after in the hospital? That’s a major problem. After all, you can’t do that much if an apparatus

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Signs There are Harmful Contaminants in Your Water

The water flowing out of your tap is not purely made of hydrogen and oxygen. There are other minerals that are added to tap water, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, and sodium. The United Kingdom has one of the safest water supplies for public consumption in the world. However, that does not guarantee that the

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