We’re in the year for Depression Awareness and with so many events that make us question the way we look at mental health, just how should we change the way we deal with it? An up and coming organization in Britain may have the answer for that.
Women in their 40s leave big shoes for 20 year olds to fill with their strong confidence and lush beauty. However, the 40s are a transitional period for women from adulthood to middle-age that often brings the first signs of certain health problems. Fortunately, this is a period when numerous health issues can be caught Read more about 7 Health Issues Women Face in Their 40s[…]
Today we honor a great musician who has sadly passed on
Climate change affects us all and a lot has gone into investigating the ways in which it changes our environment. But there are also ways in which it can affect us as well.
Menopause marks the end of menstrual cycles. It’s part of being a woman but experiences can vary greatly. What has been your experience? For me, it turned out to be a non-event and a mis-diagnosis. Having female friends and through my mother, I was aware of some symptoms of menopause. In my mother’s case, I Read more about Symptoms of Menopause – Did you make this mistake?[…]
We’ve all heard about binging and why it can affects us, well it’s time to find out more about the dangers that it poses for us and why.
Just like how there’s always new discoveries that help improve our lives, there’s also discoveries that can put it in danger. Today we’ll be looking at a new type of cancer that has been affecting women all over the world.
A poll result published on 26 Nov 2015 indicates that nearly 50% of females in Singapore may not be aware that they have iron deficiency. Doctors said that symptoms such as physical and mental fatigue, hair loss, brittle nails, may point to iron deficiency – but most people may put them down to stress and/or lack Read more about Iron Supplements: Do You Need Them?[…]
As a dentist, I’ve seen many children with dental decay, pain and swellings in the mouth. Having worked in hospitals, I have seen numerous little ones have general anaesthetic to have their teeth taken out. These are emotional and costly measures for a disease that is completely preventable. As a parent there is so much Read more about Baby Teeth – A Dentist’s Advice[…]
The common cold is the most frequently occurring disease in the world, and is a leading cause of doctor visits and missed days from work, school and yes, from your fitness classes. There is a hidden fact about why people are often infected with the common cold. Some of the ways to ward off communicable Read more about Why Do I Get The Cold Often Even When I Get Enough Exercise?[…]
‘Gluten-free options available’. ‘No gluten’. We often hear or see these terms advertised but what is gluten? What does it do to our bodies and what do these statements actually mean? These statements often get us thinking without us realising. Should I go gluten free? Gluten-containing grains, such as wheat, rye and barley, have been Read more about Could this be the cause of your bloating?[…]
Salt is something that we’re all too familiar with. A recent series of studies proves that there’s a shocking truth about how salt affects our bodies that we didn’t see coming.
There’s nothing quite like Mother’s Day, but scientists may have just made a shocking discovery on how children can affect their mother’s bodies. Now it’s time to reconsider the way we look at motherhood once more.
Mental diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s constantly threaten our cognitive abilities, causing those that suffer them to forget even who they are. But what if there were a way for us to help those that suffer from it?
Nobody likes bad breath. Otherwise known as halitosis, an offensive odour can ruin a conversation and encourage people to take a step back which can really knock your confidence. If you’ve tried everything else, it’s time to stick your tongue out and get ready to take a selfie or grab a mirror. How is it Read more about Could this be the cause of your bad breath? A Dentist explains[…]
We’ve all heard about addiction and how it affects us, but are we actually doing wrong by judging people who have problems with addiction? These ads are here to make us rethink that.
It’s World Health Day, a day to appreciate and raise awareness about all the issues that affect the physical and mental health of everyone in the world. Learn more about the day and what it stands for right here.
Heart attacks are scary, that’s a known fact of life. In fact, humans have spent a long time trying to figure out ways to reduce the risk of heart attack or just eliminate it all together. We’ve heard it all too, from getting proper exercise to eating and living as healthy as possible, which usually requires you to have checkups and, if you’re at high risk of going through one, take medications that might hopefully help you out. But what if there was a drug that could do away with heart disease altogether?