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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When Do You Need to See An ENT?

Otolaryngology is a medical subspecialty that treats issues with the ear, nose, and throat (ENT). When you’re facing problems with this region of your body, it may be time to see an ENT specialist. However, common signs and symptoms such as a runny nose, mild sore throat, and earache can go away on its own

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After Giving Birth: Ways Moms Can Take Care of Themselves

Having a baby is surely one of the most important milestones in your life. You have given birth to a life that you will love and nourish in the years to come. It is an exciting phase, indeed. However, giving birth has challenged your body in more ways than one. It can be tiring, and

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The Main Issue High-functioning Alcoholics Face Every Day

High-functioning alcoholics are professionals who managed to step up the career ladder. They are not your typical alcoholics who can’t maintain a job or can’t have a good relationship with others. But like most regular alcoholics, high-functioning alcoholics can also be in denial of their drinking problem. Even their loved ones won’t call them alcoholics

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How To Set Up A Telemedicine Program For Your Practice

TeTwo years ago, only 18% of health providers offered telemedicine services. Today, over 48% of health providers have jumped on the bandwagon to provide electronic health services to accommodate social distancing guidelines. As the demand for online doctor appointments increases in light of the current global situation, you’ll need to expand your practice to include telemedicine

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Where to Seek Help If You Cannot Afford Mental Health Treatments

The number of people diagnosed with anxiety and depression is expected to rise because of the coronavirus pandemic. The health crisis put everyone in limbo. The uncertainty is a contributing factor to your mental health problems during these past six months. But the issue all over the world remains: People with mental health problems are

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