Category Archives: Health

Your Step-by-Step Guide to Choosing Where to Get Care

  It is a fresh Saturday morning; you just ordered a fresh cup of coffee at the closest coffee shop. That is when it happens – you trip on the curb leading into the café, falling and hurting your leg. It’s clear that you need to see a doctor, but where should you go? Here’s how to decide what kind Read More

All About Mood Swings and How to Deal with Them!

While mood swings are often related to teenagers, they can affect more than 20% of adults at some point in their lives. It is essential to know the signs and symptoms so they can get professional help if needed. Therefore, we have explained all about mood swings and how to deal with them in this health blog. How is Your Read More

A brief guide about protecting your wigs as well as your investment in them

Having multiple wigs is a fantastic idea. You may require a backup if something goes wrong with your primary hairpiece. Alternating wigs can also help to lengthen the life of your wig. Apart from that, with so many styles and colours to choose from, it’s difficult to pick just one. Let’s face it, wigs are entertaining. As a result, you Read More

5 ways to de-stress over the holidays

I tend to get a lot of questions this time of year about how to prevent and deal with stress, and between holiday parties, family obligations, travel, and about a billion other things, that’s probably no surprise. Stress can throw off your health, impacting everything from your skin to your digestion, so it’s good to be prepared to manage it. Read More

Guide For How To Boost Metabolism And Burn Belly Fat

  Are you trying to slim down your waistline and get in shape? Are you wondering what will help you lose those extra kilos? If yes, boosting your metabolism is the key to melting away undesirable belly weight. Metabolism and weight share a strong link. The higher is your metabolism the more calories you burn. Also, it helps you experience Read More

There’s a Lot of Speculation About Omicron, But What Does the Data Show?

1. How is Omicron different from other COVID variants and where did it come from?   Omicron is the most heavily mutated of all the SARS-CoV-2 variants that have been classified to date. With more than 50 mutations, including 30 in the spike gene, speculation was high that these mutations would impact infectivity and immunity, leading the World Health Organization Read More

Pain You Should Never Ignore

It’s wise to pay attention to pain. That throbbing in your knee could be telling you to go easy on the yard work, and that ache in your head might be your body’s plea for a nap or a tall glass of water. Some types of pain may even be a sign that you need to get to a hospital Read More

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Winstrol Injections Are a form of anabolic steroid that is often referred to as Stanozolol. It is one of the few anabolic steroids that can be prepared in different ways to achieve different results.Up to recently, Winstrol injections were only used to treat severe cases of angioedema- a health condition that causes swelling of the extremities and the throat or Read More

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Five ways to improve your mental health in 2020

It’s a difficult birth for this new decade. The year 2020 kicks off under the shadow of divisive politics, international security threats, a spate of hate crimes, and a planet in environmental peril, plus all the reasons we’re stressed individually: work, health problems, life changes and more. No wonder so many of us are anxious or depressed. But you can take scientifically validated Read More

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Why do one in five home health aides live in poverty?

In the US, nine out of 10 home care workers are women and 25% are African American. Photograph: John Taggart/Bloomberg via Getty Images “One of the biggest challenges is explaining that you are not a maid. That your job is not to clean up after everyone,” said Marisol Rivera, who has been caring for elderly and disabled clients in their Read More