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  • Photo of Do Kegel Weights Help with Urinary Incontinence?

    Do Kegel Weights Help with Urinary Incontinence?

    Urinary incontinence is often not taken seriously, and most women will have experienced an “oops” moment at some point in their lives. When you start finding that you often leak a small amount of urine when coughing, exercising or when the toilet is just too far away, this is a sign you have a weak pelvic floor. The pelvic floor…

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    5 Ways to Stop Burnout in its Tracks

    It would be fair to say that mental health has become much more understood over recent years. Whether via the media or simply through more understanding employers, there is much more information out there than ever before. We’re now at a stage where heading to the doctors or talking to your insurer about mental health isn’t the taboo it may…

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    7 Serious Mistakes Due To Which Medicines Become Ineffective

    Sometimes we take medicines, but the treatment does not bring the expected result. If something similar happened to you, and you are thinking about what could be the reason for what happened, pay attention to this article. In it, we will talk about the main mistakes that we make when taking medications. As a result of these mistakes, medicines do not work properly. A…

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    Different Types of Dental Implants: How to Choose the Right Ones for You

    Different Types of Dental Implants: How to Choose the Right Ones for You It can rob you of confidence when you have missing teeth, stopping you from really living your full potential. This article explains the different types of dental implants available and how to choose the ones that will work best for you.  What Are the Benefits of Dental…

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    Blood Clots are the Leading Cause of Death in Hospitalized Patients; Be an Advocate & Request a VTE Risk Assessment

    Being in the hospital is a major risk factor for the development of a life-threatening blood clot called venous thromboembolism (VTE). Anyone with decreased mobility due to bedrest or recovery, who experienced blood vessel trauma due to surgery or other serious injury are more likely to develop blood clots. This also applies to patients facing long hospital stays due to…

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    What is the Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare Startups?

    Where the world was at a standstill, confused, Socially distant, and masked up, The COVID-19 Pandemic did take a lot of energy away from us all but also taught us that life has something new to offer and in all circumstances, one must always believe that something better is coming. On one hand where we were losing patience and giving…

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  • Photo of A New Alcohol Detox Service in the UK Offers an Alternative to Residential Rehab

    A New Alcohol Detox Service in the UK Offers an Alternative to Residential Rehab

    What is Alcoholism? Alcohol is often deemed as a substance that can turn a bad time around. Unfortunately, this has led to a heavy dependence on the substance to a point that an increasing number of people are facing addiction. When the pandemic struck, YoY alcohol sales went up by 234% owing to a multitude of factors and leading to…

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    Mental Health and the Working Environment

    Mental health related absence is the most common cause of long-term sickness absence in UK workplaces. Work-related stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 44% of employee ill health and 54% of working days lost, in 2018/19 (HSE, 2019). And that was before the pandemic.  70 million work days are lost each year due to mental health problems in the UK, costing…

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  • Photo of Niclosamide – An All-in-one Medication

    Niclosamide – An All-in-one Medication

    Niclosamide is a prescription medication that helps to tackle infection from tapeworm. Dead tapeworms will then be expelled from the body system whenever one goes to the toilet. These worms are sometimes visible to the eyes and they might not be visible as many of them are killed in the intestine. These infections can be easily cleared by consuming the…

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  • Photo of The Rise of the NOLO Trend: How are People’s Perceptions of Non-Alcoholic Drinks Changing?

    The Rise of the NOLO Trend: How are People’s Perceptions of Non-Alcoholic Drinks Changing?

    It’s fair to say the UK enjoys an alcoholic beverage or two from time to time. From lagers to cocktails, the alcoholic drink industry continues to concoct a variety of drinks for us to try. However, the rise of the non-alcoholic drinks market has changed the face of the industry forever. With an increasing number of people swapping their pints…

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