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    COVID-19 Stay-At-Home ‘Doesn’t Compare to Leprosy Isolation’ Says GFA World

    Sixty percent of disabled leprosy patients say life is ‘meaningless’ as GFA World brings hope to the lonely, shunned STONEY CREEK, Ontario — With new COVID-19 social restrictions in force in many countries, a just-released report reveals the loneliness and despair of people living with another “disease of isolation” — leprosy. Sixty percent of disabled leprosy… Keep Reading…

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    Aarie de Jong – Methods to Nail The Perfect Poached Egg

    Something which a great many people find difficult is how to make the perfect poached egg, and there are so many gadgets and videos guides on how people have managed to nail down a technique. Some of these methods work well, others don’t, and today we are going to take a look into exactly how… Keep Reading…

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    Top Tips to Improve Your Sleep

    Sleep is an essential function1 that allows your body and mind to recharge. It is as important as regular exercises and good food.   Studies have shown that there are adverse effects of poor sleep. Your hormones, brain function, and exercise performance are affected when you do not get great sleep at night. Bad sleeping habits can also… Keep Reading…

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    Seven Latest Trends in the Healthcare Sector

    Image Source The healthcare industry is far from what it used to be in the past. Medicine has come across various new diseases and found many cures and solutions to these problems. This growth and advancement have also given professionals plenty of time to reflect on their practices. Patient-doctor confidentiality has become a priority. Consents… Keep Reading…

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    How Can You Tell if You Have Asbestos in Your Lungs?

    Unfortunately, there aren’t any tell-tale signs that you can look for to know if you have asbestos in your lungs. However, there are several common symptoms that overlap with other lung diseases that people who have been subjected to asbestos exposure also experience. Given their similarity, it’s easy to misdiagnose someone who is suffering from… Keep Reading…

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    Global Toilet Crisis ‘Kills More Than COVID-19’ Says GFA World

    Humanitarian agency warns of ‘toilet tragedy’ on World Toilet Day, Nov. 19 STONEY CREEK, Ontario — More people will die from diseases linked to lack of toilets and poor sanitation than from COVID-19 this year, a leading humanitarian agency has warned. So far this year, more than 1.2 million deaths worldwide have been attributed to… Keep Reading…

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    The Impact of Clutter on Your Mental Health

    How do you feel whenever you step into a messy room? You probably do not feel your best. There is a reason for that. Human beings are very visual creatures, and your environment has a disproportionately large impact on you. When you are in a chaotic environment, it can have many detrimental effects on your… Keep Reading…

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    Why Taking Care of Your Sleep Apnea Is Important

    Many people suffer from sleeping disorders. One of the severe sleep disorders is “Sleep apnea”, which is a condition where a person suffers from repeated starts and stops breathing. The symptoms of the disease include loud snoring and tiredness (even after having to nap the whole night).  Sleep Apnea may lead to diabetes, cancer, a… Keep Reading…

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    Five different types of pain relief

    When you are in pain, it can make life feel unbearable, you really do not feel like doing anything and you are stuck feeling miserable in a world where everyone is trying to get away from pain medications due to high rates of overdose and addiction. There are so many different pain relief methods out… Keep Reading…

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    Helen Lee Schifter on the Value of Taking Care of One’s Emotional Well Being

    Since the Coronavirus health pandemic struck, there has been a conversation that’s begun surrounding the need for more people to take their physical and emotional health more seriously. Indeed, surviving the pandemic itself has proven not only to be a challenge on a physical level, but also on an emotional and mental level. Health experts… Keep Reading…

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    Your First Spinal Adjustment–What To Expect

    Chiropractic care is a great addition to your personal health practices that can enhance your spine’s health, and give you a more comfortable back and body. Not every chiropractor accepts health insurance, so if you would need your appointments to be covered, check for a chiropractor in your network. For your first spinal adjustment, most… Keep Reading…

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