Lifestyle

  1. Heartbreak: Can Heartbreak Actually Affect Your Health?

    Heartbreak: Can Heartbreak Actually Affect Your Health?

    Heartbreak is a bitter truth that allows you to come out of your comfort zone, cross your self-esteem, and explore yourself. There is no mass number of people who die because of heartbreak, but the increased risk of dying in the first six months after losing their partner was found 40% higher than the average.

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  2. Tattoos: Think Before You Ink

    Tattoos: Think Before You Ink

    Most people think of their body as a blank canvas in need of decoration. ‘Tattoos’ have come from the western world and gained a lot of fame because many celebrities, athletes, and people in the fashion industry get it done. You can get a tattoo inked in your body in a matter of hours, but you need to think before you ink. It is permanent body art, and so you need to have complete knowledge about its potential health benefits and risks. 

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  3. Strong Immune System: Women 1 Men 0?

    Strong Immune System: Women 1 Men 0?

    The organs and mechanism of the body that provides resistance to infections, toxins and foreign organisms entering our body are collectively known as the Immune system. The Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women Health reports that the autoimmune disease and disorders are considered 1st in the top ten list of most popular health disease. Autoimmune disease is a medical term used to define the condition in which your immune system starts to damage your own body.

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  4. How To Stay Healthy As A Busy Mom?

    How To Stay Healthy As A Busy Mom?

    The sexual and reproductive health awareness day is celebrated on 12th February every year to spread awareness about sexual and reproductive health. It includes the dimensions of physical, mental, emotional, and social well being with regards to sexuality. 

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  5. Top 12 Tips To Stay Healthy

    Top 12 Tips To Stay Healthy

    We all know that we need to eat healthily, exercise regularly, and do the right things for a healthier life. But sometimes, we do not follow them either due to a busy life or due to carelessness. In this article, you will come across the 12 best ways to stay healthy. Peruse the article and make lifestyle changes accordingly.

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  6. All You Need To Know About Infectious Diseases

    All You Need To Know About Infectious Diseases

    These are the disorders that are caused by an invasion of specific pathogens, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Several organisms dwell within and outside our bodies. Most of them are harmless or even provide us with certain benefits. Some infectious disorders spread from person to person while others spread through some insects or animals.

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  7. New Year Resolutions For Chronic Disease Sufferers

    New Year Resolutions For Chronic Disease Sufferers

    I’ve lived with ADHD for my entire life, along with severe anemia. The condition was misdiagnosed for several years, which increased many complications. I’d even given up hope of recovery and considered it a part of my life. People with chronic conditions are trying to adapt to life with circumstances and bodies that hardly ever go along with us. We need our own set of resolutions to win the battle we are fighting with ourselves. 

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  8. 11 Best Ways To Scoop Stress Now

    11 Best Ways To Scoop Stress Now

    Stress has become one of the most widespread problems for people worldwide. It can be due to workload or personal affairs. Most people take the assistance of habits like smoking or drinking, under stress. It is a standing invitation to several serious health issues and should be avoided. 

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  9. Gout: A Complete Guide For 2020

    Gout: A Complete Guide For 2020

    Gout is one of the most painful types of arthritis caused by the formation of crystals in and around the joints. It is more widespread among men, and the risk increases as they get older.

    Gout is caused by a buildup of uric acid in the blood. This uric acid accumulates and causes joint discomfort, pain, and inflammation. 

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  10. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCO S): What You Need To Know?

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCO S): What You Need To Know?

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome(PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder generally caused to the women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may experience irregular or prolonged menstrual cycles or plethora of androgen(male hormone). 

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