Health & Fitness
A collection of write-ups with health care tips, expert advices and inspiration for overall wellness and fitness.
Five Careers in Public Health and How they Affect Seniors
With growing need for health care workers more than ever, the people willing to come forward to join public health services is increasing and so is thre need for clarity. Here's a quick list of careers in public health. Read ON!
It’s no secret that people are living longer. According to the Population Reference Bureau, the number of Americans aged 65 and older is expected to increase from 52 million in 2018 to 95 million by 2060. As our population ages, those with a career in Public Health are revamping policies to continue to care for our older population....
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6th April 2020
How Important is Drinking Water During Exercise?
Drinking water during exercise is essential for everyone from elite athletes to fitness newbies. Previously, it was believed that simply drinking plenty of water after a long workout was good enough to prevent dehydration. However, studies conducted in the last decade show that consuming water before, during and after a workout is a much healthier option. Is it necessary to drink water during a workout? Drinking water during exercise is important as...
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9th March 2020
Disciplining your mind with the help of smart drugs
Smart drugs are taking over the world by storm due to their cognitive-enhancing properties. They are highly popular among college students who have tons of work to manage within a short period. But the question that arises in the mind of many is that are these "cognitive enhancers," or better known as "smart drugs," really that effective? Well, that is what we will find out in this article!What Are Smart...
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2nd March 2020
How Drinking Water Clears out Your Skin
It's important to drink water regularly. It helps you keep hydrated, and it can also improve your overall health. Water is good for your skin, and it can greatly impact how your skin looks and feels, too. Read ON! 
It's important to drink water regularly. It helps you keep hydrated, and it can also improve your overall health. Water is good for your insiders, and it can greatly impact how your skin looks and feels, too. If you've been having a lot of skin issues lately, you may want to consider how much water you've been drinking as well as the quality of your water. Investing in a great...
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28th February 2020
How to get rid of herpes symptoms naturally
Herpes is one of the most common viral infections in the world, is caused by the herpes simplex virus (type 1 and type 2). Here are ways to deal with it naturally.  This article is produced in collaboration with Everyday Health. Read ON!
Herpes is one of the most common viral infections in the world, is caused by the herpes simplex virus (type 1 and type 2). The infection can be transmitted through oral (HSV-1) or genital (HSV-2) contact, being present for the entire life (dormant with active episodes). Worldwide, 3.7 billion people suffer from a type of herpes. The oral herpes is characterized by the presence of small blisters around the mouth and,...
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23rd February 2020
7 Mistakes You’re Making Whilst Trying to Lose Weight
This year, 50% of Americans will go on a diet to lose weight. It seems Americans have a healthy appetite for weight loss. It’s easy and fun to make resolutions, set goals, and dream about the future. Execution is the hard part. There are good ways and bad ways to lose weight. Unfortunately, there are more bad ways than good ways. In this article, I’m going to share with...
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22nd February 2020
3 Things to Consider as a Worker with a Long-Term Illness
Long-term illness is any health condition lasting over six months, such as obesity, cancer, heart disease, asthma, chronic pain, and arthritis, to name a few. Here's what can help you if you are working and have a long term illness. Read ON!
Long-term illness is any health condition lasting over six months, such as obesity, cancer, heart disease, asthma, chronic pain, and arthritis, to name a few. The rate at which people are suffering from long-term illnesses is growing with each passing day. This is due to our aging population and poor lifestyle choices. However, thanks to modern-day treatments, people are now living with diseases that would previously cause premature death. Being diagnosed...
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17th February 2020
5 Tech Accessories For Your Health
Keeping track of our health is becoming problematic since we lead a very busy life, and going to the doctor is a hard thing to do with our busy schedule. Here's a set of health accessories to learn about. Read ON!
There are a lot of new innovations coming out every day that monitors our health and help us to maintain a healthy lifestyle. So, in this article, you will be introduced to the top five health accessories that you should get. Banala Introducing Banala Light, a smart sleep cycle inducing system. Integrated with Isochronic sound technology to give you the best night’s sleep you require after an entire long day. In the...
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17th February 2020
Effective Ways to Reduce No-show in Your Dental Practice
Appointment cancellations—or no shows— can be a significant hindrance for any dental offices, especially during busy hours. Canceled appointments can significantly hurt your overhead costs. So, the right scheduling management and setting up protocols are very important for a successful dental practice. Here, dentists at North York Smile Centre provide few tips on how to manage these sudden cancellations, including how we should follow-up on patients who canceled. Understanding The Types of...
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21st January 2020
The Science Associated With Sleep
Sleep is responsible for accounting for almost one-third of the entire life span of any individual. However, most people have no idea what happens when they are sleeping. In the 1950s, most people were responsible for believing that sleep is one of the passive activities, during which the brain and body remain dormant. However, it has turned out that sleep is an important period, and during this period, the brain remains...
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3rd January 2020