Health & Wellness

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Spring Wellness Pointers for a Healthier Self

As spring finally arrived, it’s time for you to get moving and go back on that healthy living habits you’ve probably lost during winter. This warmer weather certainly gives us more motivation for change — in our health and entire well-being. Whether it’s for your mental wellness, physical health, or social connections, springtime can absolutely

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How Frontliners Are Coping with Burnout amid the Pandemic

Frontline workers have become the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the global health crisis continues to overwhelm hospitals, medical facilities, entire healthcare systems, and other essential facilities, both medical professionals and essential workers are under immense pressure to safeguard people’s lives. With so much going on around us, it isn’t a surprise to see

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A Men’s Guide to Looking Younger – What You Need to Do

Although young boys would likely give anything to grow a couple of wispy hairs on their chins, they’ll probably be wishing for those days to go back after a decade or two. After graduating and beginning to work, real-world stresses can start to take a toll on one’s skin and overall looks surprisingly fast. It’s

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Eat Your Way to Looking Good

If you want to look good, you have to hit the gym, wear nice clothes, and take care of your skin. People always forget that the most important thing to do is to eat the right food. It’s not just about having the nicest body. It’s about taking care of how you look by eating

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Cold vs. Hot: The Ideal Temperature for At-Home Workouts

Working out for some people may be possible in any environment. Most people stick to the gym and call it a day. However, the different room temperatures you work out in can highly affect your body’s temperature as well as the effectiveness of your workout. The duration and intensity of your training are not the

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Beating Pandemic Blues

With the global health crisis still around with a surge of cases here and there, we should continue to follow health protocols despite citizens’ ongoing vaccination. We can never be too careful until we have eliminated the COVID-19 virus. COVID-19 affects our overall well-being. It affects our physical, emotional, and mental state. Given this, we

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Practical Ideas on Preventing Stillbirth in Pregnant Women

The human body is known for adapting to a myriad of different environments. Whether we live in the city, in the countryside, or on a tropical island that’s a far cry from civilization, our bodies are known for being resilient by adapting to different environmental changes. Of course, our body also gets stressed out when

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Bad Habits That Can Lead to Weight Gain

If losing weight was simple, there wouldn’t be more than six hundred and fifty million obese adults worldwide. Giving up on old habits is hard but necessary if you want to lose weight. It is often the small things that lead to weight gain. But, we can make small changes to our lifestyle and stop

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How to Make Your Home a Place for Staying Active

After staying within the confines of our home for most of the past year, we’ve grown accustomed to replacing outdoor activities with indoor or semi-outdoor ones. We continued our love for shopping online, we realized most jobs could be done outside an office, and we looked for activities to stay entertained in the middle of

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