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Getting The Flu- What You Can Do

Saturday, May 30th, 2020
It is an important thing to avoid getting the flu, most especially during the time of a pandemic. But unfortunately, there are times when you just can’t avoid getting it during the flu season. There are many ways that will help you recover once you have caught the flu. Here are some of them. Stay Hydrated When you have the flu, you can expect some mucus build-up in your respiratory system. This can make it ha

Tips To Avoid Getting The Flu

Tuesday, April 7th, 2020
It can be a hassle when you catch the flu. But in times like these, getting the flu can be quite a worrying experience. The only way to prevent having such worries is by trying to avoid getting it. Here are some tips that may help prevent you from getting the flu. Wash Your Hands With Soap And Water Regularly Most people catch the flu virus by way of their hands. That is the common way that germs get into your syst

Common Myths Fueling The Coronavirus Scare

Friday, February 7th, 2020
The novel Coronavirus pandemic is currently put the whole world at a virtual standstill. With infections seen to increase all over the world, it seems that this may continue to be a grave concern for the entire planet for many months to come. One problem is that there is no cure yet for the disease that this virus can cause. Not only that, there is no vaccine yet available to prevent healthy people from contracting

What Is The Novel Coronavirus?

Friday, January 24th, 2020
The world is gripped in widespread concern and fear about a certain virus that has started to infect certain parts of the world. If you haven’t known about it yet, it is the novel coronavirus. This virus, also known as the SARS coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), has infected a number of people from more than 70 countries so far. The fear surrounding this virus has grown because it is generally not known by most people e

Protein May Provide Link To Potential West Nile Virus Treatment

Sunday, January 19th, 2020
Mosquito-borne diseases such as the West Nile and Zika viruses have been a cause of constant concern among many places around the world. These viruses can cause health problems and even death among those who are infected. These diseases have been a constant cause of concern every year in the US. With rising cases being reported on a seasonal basis, it is unfortunate that there are still no antiviral treatments avai

Avocado Compound May Aid In Reducing Type-2 Diabetes Effects In Mice

Friday, January 17th, 2020
Type 2 diabetes is a condition associated with the body’s ability to process glucose in the blood for energy. This condition can lead to a variety of health condition that can affect one’s daily life. Most unfortunate of all, this condition still has no cure. But researchers are continuing their studies into finding different ways to manage the disease. The best option at present is efficient weight and

Think F.A.S.T To Recognize Stroke Signs

Wednesday, October 30th, 2019
Stroke is a disease that has become a major cause of death and disability among people all around the world. It occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and essential nutrients to the brain is suddenly blocked by a clot or bursts. When that happens, the brain tissues cannot get the oxygen it needs and the brain cells begin to die. Recognizing the symptoms of stroke is important to surviving it. Early interven

Stroke Versus Heart Attack

Monday, October 28th, 2019
Certain health conditions can have similar symptoms. In the case of a stroke and heart attack, people can easily mistake one from the other. Getting an early diagnosis correct can be the difference between survival or death. It is important that people know how to distinguish what a stroke is from a heart attack. Here are some tips that can help you out. What Is A Stroke? A stroke happens when the brain experiences

Novel Therapy May Help Sepsis and Stroke Outcomes

Monday, October 21st, 2019
Inflammation is a prolonged response of the body to injury. It aims to aid the body to heal. But in some cases, inflammation can get out of control and cause further damage. This is true for people who experience threatening life events such as sepsis and stroke. Preventing post-stroke inflammation may be vital to one’s survival after the actual event. The same is true with people who experiences sepsis. A new st

Sleep and Your Brain

Friday, October 19th, 2018
Your brain is an amazing organ. It is considered to be the control center of the entire body. It works hard in order to keep the body running in tiptop shape. Just like most of the body’s organs, it also needs to rest and relax now and then. This is where sleep comes in. Getting adequate sleep can help provide the brain with the rest that it needs. Unfortunately, a lot of people tend to forget about the importanc
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