Saturday, February 16, 2019
Snake Bites

Snake Bites: Identification, Symptoms and Treatment

The injuries that snake bites can cause range from mild to severe, but the chance of dying from one in the U.S. is virtually...
heart attack

Smoking And Diabetes Raise Heart Attack Risk In More Often Among Women

Women who smoke or have diabetes are at greater risk of having heart attack as against their male counterpart, a study has found. The research,...
Hand Sanitizers

4 Reasons Why Hand Sanitizers Are Very Important

Hand Sanitizers are agent applied to the hands for the purpose of removing common pathogens (disease-causing organisms). They typically come in foam, gel, or...
fruits and vegetables

Natural Compound In Fruits And Vegetables Can Slow Ageing

Fisetin, a natural compound found in many fruits and vegetables, can slow down the ageing process, a new study has found. Researchers from the University...
Hypnotherapy

Checkout How Hypnotherapy Helps Entrepreneurs Succeed

The hallmark of hypnotherapy representation in every film or TV show, like almost everything in scripted entertainment is grossly misleading. Sorry to disappoint but...
Poor Sleep

How Poor Sleep May Hurt Your Heart

Lack of enough sleep raises the risk of heart disease. A new study may have uncovered why a poor sleep at night is bad...
sugar

5 Reasons Why You Should Dump “Sugar”

We need to agree that it's time to ditch sugar! Everyone should know by now, that sugar can wreak havoc on your body if you’re...
screen time

Reasons Why Screen Time Can Affect Sleep

For most people, screen time, be it on computers, phones or iPads constitutes many hours and can often disrupt sleep. Now, Salk Institute researchers...
injection shots

7 Ways To Make Children Overcome The Fear Of Injection Shots

Ensuring kids are not afraid of needles during 'injection shots' can keep them healthy in the long term. Your child being in pain is one...
Attention Span

How To Enhance Your Attention Span

Attention span is the length of time for which a person is able to concentrate on a particular activity or subject Educators and psychologists agree...