30.5.2020 11:25 am
It is important to focus on mental and physical health during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The word 'wellness' refers to 'being in good health'. But what does 'being in good health' actually mean? As loosely as that term is generally used, it is in fact quite complex to understand.
Researchers found that current knowledge is sufficient to justify a recommendation to wear cloth masks.
Researchers say the findings support the idea of ‘social prescribing’, which encourages patients to engage in group activities that involve hobbies.
After fasting for an entire month, it is possible that your body may have adapted to high-salt and fat-laden foods.
New research has found that a moderate frequency of handwashing could lower the risk of picking up a seasonal coronavirus infection.
Compound exercises target more than one muscle group at a time. A simple one is a squat.
According to the Level 3 lockdown regulations, there will be no more restrictions on outdoor exercise.
Regular health screenings and tests can help find problems before they start.
Certain disorders, such as anxiety and PTSD, may persist for months or even years in patients severely affected by the disease.
After just a week of sobriety, your skin will begin to look smoother and more youthful as hydration increases and inflammation settles down.
The baby, whose sex has not been disclosed, received a liver transplant from its father.
Pushing your body too far can have adverse effects and result in injury and fatigue.
Eating two or three servings each day could reduce the risk of certain health conditions, according to new research.
Scientists say that sleeping positions impact the overall quality of sleep one gets at night and that there are several ways to improve sleep posture.