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How To Keep Your Posture Healthy Working From Home

The Covid-19 pandemic forced workers across the world to shift to remote work. Employers feared that the shift to remote work would signal a decline in productivity, but the evidence is that productivity either did not decline or rose in some instances. Yet, remote work brought with it some challenges. …

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How To Work Out Your Breathing

How To Work Out Your Breathing

Breathing exercises have been around for a long time, and many people swear on their effectiveness. Science Daily mentions a recent study from the University of Colorado at Boulder that claims that a 5-minute breathing workout could be as effective as aerobic exercise in managing circulatory problems. The breathing exercise …

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Health Tips and Tech Aids for Seniors

The beauty of living in this time is that there is a technological aid for almost every challenge you may have as you get older. Live alone? Get a voice-activated AI such as Amazon’s Alexa or Apple’s Siri to talk to and interact with. Need reminders to drink enough water? …

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What can we learn from the latest research on ADHD?

Mens health

Attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) includes a whole range of symptoms that impair the everyday life of its sufferers including disorganization, frustration, hyperactivity and concentration difficulties. ADHD is very misunderstood, but is a disorder that usually affects children and often continues into adulthood. ADHD and the latest research Originally, it …

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5 Factors To Consider For International Medical Schools

Pre-med students who choose to apply to international medical schools grow to achieve their career goals. As a student applying to international medical schools, you need to take multiple factors into consideration. If you familiarize yourself with these factors prior to beginning the application process, you can save yourself time …

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Medical Devices, Cyber Security and Hacking: What You Should Know

Medical advancements have improved the quality of life for patients with chronic health problems and assist doctors in the continued monitoring of their patients. Medical devices use radio or network technology to transmit vital information to warn physicians of any changes to a patient’s condition. However, like other electronic devices, …

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Risperdal for Children: What You Should Know

Risperdal, or risperidone, is an antipsychotic drug commonly prescribed to aggressive, irritable children. Researchers have found that the medication is capable of calming kids with severe ADHD or autism. Although there’s a lot of evidence demonstrating Risperdal’s efficacy, some parents and health care professionals believe that the potential side effects …

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Your Super Hero Day—Without Stress—Starts He

Perhaps you know that staying stress-free is what will keep you working for another 20 years… Yet you aren’t sure what that looks like on a practical level… According to The Barnes Firm, “Some of the most severe workplace injuries are the result of overexertion.” They go on to note …

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How to Super-Charge Your Recovery Time After a Surgery

Cosmetic Procedures

It used to be a person had a 50/50 chance of recovery after undergoing surgery. Fortunately, today we have much better percentages to rely on post-op. Still, there are complications that can arise after being in an operating room. For example, the University of Rochester Medical Center lists the following …

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