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Study: Why Covid19 Patients Suffer From Fatigue And Breathing Problems

In what could explain why some patients suffer from long Covid-induced lung problems, a new investigation of deceased patients has shed light on possible...

Mental Health Day: A Concern on Caregiver Exhaustion

Zig Ziglar said a healthy mind breeds a healthy body and visa versa. While talking about sound mental well-being, one must think about caregivers...

Using Weighted Chain Blankets May Improve Sleep of Insomnia Patients

Using weighted chain blankets may lead to better sleep maintenance, a higher daytime activity level, and reduced symptoms of fatigue, depression and anxiety among...

Here’s The Importance of Pre-Exercise Nutrition

Nutrition is integral when it comes to the energy needed to perform strength or endurance training, just like the nutrition needed for recovery post-workout. Why...

Caffeine-Nap Could Help You Stay Alert on Night Jobs

A simple coffee and a quick short sleep afterwards (called caffeine-nap) could be the cure to stay alert on night jobs as a new...

Young Generation Has Less Severe Covid-19: Study

New research has added to the growing body of evidence that children and young people have less severe Covid-19 than adults and death is...

Everything You Need to Know About Post-Weaning Depression

By Puja Gupta Post-weaning depression is a form of mental illness which can occur after a woman stops breastfeeding. Like other depression, it requires immediate...

Study Says, Excess Physical Activity Can Be Harmful for Athletes

Researchers have found that, in top Athletes, excess physical activity could be harmful and also associated with major fatigue and reduced performances. The study published...

Scientists Link ‘Brain Fog’ to Body Illness

Scientists have uncovered a possible explanation for the mental sluggishness or mental fatigue that often accompanies Illness. A team at the University of Birmingham's Centre...

Excess Physical Activity Results in Fatigue and Reduced Performance

Researchers have found that, in top athletes, excess physical activity could be harmful and also associated with major fatigue and reduced performances. The study published...

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) May Combat Lung Function Decline in Women: Study

London, Sep 12, 2017: Hormone replacement therapy (HRT), used to treat common symptoms of menopause, can help slow the decline in lung function in...

Swine Flu Guide: All You Need to Know about the Global Pandemic Disease!

Swine flu is a disease that attacks the respiratory tract of pigs, is caused by influenza viruses The first time when Swine Flu was...

Afghan IDPs Suffering Due to Government Inaction, Donor Fatigue

One-point-two million Afghans are internally displaced due to conflict according to an Amnesty International report released in May, 2016 IDPs today lack basic...

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50% Male Employees Agree Bias Against Women in Workplace

More than 50 percent of the men feel that there is an increased bias against women at the workplace, said a new survey. According to...

Here Are 10 Ways To Improve Self-Awareness Levels

Emotional intelligence tends to fuel one's performance on the personal front as well as professionally. Right from your self-assurance, empathy, and positivity to your...

Cooking With Biomass Fuels Damages Lungs

People who cook with biomass fuels like wood are at risk of suffering considerable damage to their lungs from breathing in dangerous concentrations of...

Pregnancy Stress Affects Infant’s Brain Development

Researchers have revealed that infants' brains may be shaped by levels of stress their mothers experience during pregnancy. The study, published in the journal eLife,...