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Monthly Archives: April 2020

  1. An Ultimate Guide To Healthy Parenting

    An Ultimate Guide To Healthy Parenting

    Children can be a source of joy and happiness, but sometimes they can also be a source for your worry, stress, frustration, and heartache. Many parents face challenges, which makes it essential to learn about healthy parenting practices. These skills will help reinforce your family relationships and make your home a place where children feel loved, safe, and secure. Healthy parenting also implies that both children and parents can deal with conflicts and disagreements without any violence, abuse or neglect. Read the complete article and get to know about some of the widespread benefits of healthy parenting. You'll also come across the top skills required for the same.

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    Whenever there is a talk about fertility, 7 out of 10 of these discussions are directed to the female. Understandably, we believe it is the female that tries to get pregnant and deliver a child. However, conceiving a baby is a joint effort. Thus, the man must be able to produce fertile sperm that will penetrate the woman’s egg. Studies have revealed that about 20% percent of couple infertility cases are from the male side. According to Reproductive facts, the chance for a healthy couple, having unprotected sex consistently to conceive is 20-37% within 3 months, about 75% within 6 months, and 90% within a year. Then, if they couldn’t conceive within a year, there’s a 50% chance that they will in the following year. Beyond this, there might be fire on the mountain.

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  3. The Ultimate Guide To Female Orgasms: What And How

    The Ultimate Guide To Female Orgasms: What And How

    The real science behind a toe-curling female orgasm is to understand what to do and how. Now when we say science the common question to ask is, “What does science have to do with the female orgasm?” Well believe it or not there have been tons of study and research done to understand sexual pleasure for women. Now does this mean that the female orgasm is a mystery? Well no, and here’s why female orgasm is not rocket science. 

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  4. How To Protect Your Mental Health In The Quarantine Mode?

    How To Protect Your Mental Health In The Quarantine Mode?

    The spread of COVID-19 has made us all go to quarantine. The global epidemic has affected all of us in one way or another. What was a dream to us (to stay hours in a room with no work to do) is irritating us now. Staying in quarantine for long hours is making all of us bored. There is no social interaction except on social media plats and all of us have been isolated in our homes. The coronavirus has hit us all badly. Millions of people are getting infected and thousands of deaths across the world. Currently, no cure has been found for the coronavirus. Even the strongest countries like the United States and France have been affected badly in this global epidemic. The World Health Organization has repeatedly warned people to wears masks if they step outside, stay indoors, wear masks and practice social distancing. The pet lovers are worried if the “coronavirus in dogs” or “coronavirus in cats” could be a possibility? The answer is not an absolute no, as the virus can affect any creature today.

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    When the first cases of covid19 were reported at Wuhan, China, we never expected a pandemic. Today, the world is shaking from the turn of the event. Thousands of new cases keep springing up daily. The virus moved from being the “Wuhan” virus to being a worldwide pandemic. Even Wuhan and China are leaving the world behind. With death toll per day in some countries surpassing China’s. Although almost every country has adopted the nationwide lockdown technique, covid19 cases continue to grow. This tells how dangerous the virus is. A significant percentage of the cases were asymptomatic covid19 – where carriers of the virus show no symptoms. Asymptomatic covid19 heightened the spread of the virus. Since there are no signs or covid19, it is hard to know who to keep away from or not.

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    The outbreak of Covid19 has brought about a lot of unanswered questions. Because no one has witnessed such disease before, practically everyone around the world is kept on their toes. Is there going to be a vaccine soon? How do I know I have covid19? Does my pre-existing health condition put me at a higher risk? How do I know who is infected? These questions and many others have kept scientists and health practitioners busy. The fight against this deadly virus has brought about unity for a common goal. Hence, we must understand this virus. This will increase our chances of survival and better prevention.

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    In December 2019, when the reports of coronavirus infection emerged from Wuhan, China, nobody saw a worldwide pandemic beckoning. It started with news that dozens of people in the city of Wuhan the Hubei Province – China's seventh-largest city, have been diagnosed with pneumonia from an unknown source. Sources suggested that they were infected with a virus from an animal from the now-famous Huanan Seafood Market in Wuhan. Whether this is true or not, no one expected the kind of pandemonium this deadly coronavirus has created worldwide. As of April 13, over 1.8 million cases of Coronavirus have been reported with over 114 thousand deaths already around the world! On top of that, the coronavirus pandemic has successfully caused a total halt to big world activities like football matches, fashion events, world festivals and many more. We can say, the earth has suddenly been paused!

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  8. What Do You Need To Know About Bipolar Disorder?

    What Do You Need To Know About Bipolar Disorder?

    Bipolar disorder, also called Manic Depression, is a mental disorder that features extreme mood swings. It includes frequent episodes of depression. You can also experience an extremely elevated mood. People having bipolar disorder can have periods in which they feel very happy, super excited, and filled with immense energy, and other periods that leave them completely hopeless and disheartened. The time between these two periods is quite reasonable for them. You can think of the extremities of highs and lows in mood as two different poles, and that’s the reason why they are given the name “bipolar disorder.” People with bipolar disorder may experience difficulty in performing regular life tasks at school or work. They may also have trouble maintaining a relationship with anyone. There’s no cure yet discovered for the disorder, yet there are many treatment alternatives that can help manage the symptoms.

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  9. Hepatitis C: Know The Facts

    Hepatitis C: Know The Facts

    There are lots of negative opinions and myths about hepatitis C. These misconceptions can influence people’s decisions to decide on the most appropriate treatment for them. This blog is written to make people aware of the surprising facts about hepatitis C. Continue to read the article and expand your knowledge on the same. Hepatitis C generally causes a short-term infection. Some people experience flu-like symptoms, while a massive population of others doesn’t have any symptoms. Still, infected people can pass on the virus without even realizing their condition. For this reason, frequent checkups are vital if you have a high risk of developing hepatitis C. Consult your healthcare specialist and know the risks and preventive measures. 

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  10. Psoriasis: Know The Types, Symptoms & Treatment

    Psoriasis: Know The Types, Symptoms & Treatment

    Psoriasis is a skin disease that causes skin cells to multiply faster than usual (about ten times). It makes the skin accumulate into uneven red patches surrounded by white scales. They can develop anywhere, although some of the most common sites of occurrence are- scalp, knees, elbows, and lower back. Psoriasis is not infectious, which implies that a person with the condition cannot pass on the disease to others. Sometimes, it can happen between the members of the family. Psoriasis can occur at any age but generally happens in early adulthood years. the condition usually remains limited to some areas of the body. Although, in severe cases, it can extend to cover several parts of the body. 

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