The Coronavirus pandemic has caused most of us to stay indoors to practice social and physical distancing. For some of us, working remotely, watching Netflix day and night during weekends, buying essentials online, and generally staying at home 24/7 have been the new normal. Though this may be necessary to keep us away from being affected by the pandemic, staying indoors has a lot of health implications – mentally and physically
There are an estimated 6 million people in the United States with Alzheimer’s according to a recent study by UCLA, with close to 50 millio..
Vitamin D is called the “sunshine” vitamin because unlike other vitamins, a majority of Vitamin D our bodies produce comes from being exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet rays. That’s right. Just going outside and spending time in the sun can help you get enough Vitamin D and yet…
Doctors are not infallible. It may seem like a controversial statement but it’s a simple fact. They’re human and can fall prey to the same workplace mistakes as the rest of us. However, a doctor’s mistake can have serious repercussions, especially when it comes to the diagnosis – or misdiagnosis – of medical conditions. It can be a case of life and death in the most literal sense, which is why doctors are held to such rigorous standards. And even then, mistakes do happen.