More than 10 million people are now infected with COVID-19. The first wave killed over 500,000 people and destroyed the world economy. People realized that they’d have to learn to live with the virus. When winter comes, the second wave of the virus is expected. Everyone needs to be prepared
Millions of people throughout the country and around the globe have had their travel plans impacted by the spread of COVID-19. Many were left struggling to find their way home when lockdowns began. Others, on the other hand, were left canceling their future travel plans for the summer months. While
Here’s the situation: You’ve been working long hours and attending pointless ZOOM meetings for weeks on end. Your workload continues to pile up, deadlines are getting tighter and you’re stressed to the max. Oh, not to mention, you’re also trying to survive a pandemic. You’re burnt out and utterly exhausted.
Good health is the most important part of our lives—without it, nothing else matters. A decline in a specific aspect of a person’s health can have a knock-on effect on other parts of their life. The fact is, people of all ages and genders can be affected by health issues.
With lockdown regulations slowly being lifted, more and more of us are making our way outside. Unfortunately, the lockdown has had quite an effect on our skin, ranging from dry skin, dullness, and stress breakouts. As a result, while we will be wearing face masks, we may have some valid
Don’t get us wrong–toned arms and chiseled abs are an amazing benefit of working out regularly. But there are also plenty of reasons to exercise that don’t involve looking like a Marvel superhero. Chief among them: better mental health. You probably already know that exercise can reduce symptoms of anxiety
While some of us have been looking forward to post-lockdown living because it’ll give us a chance to have a social life again, there are some people who are battling with post-lockdown anxiety at the thought of re-entering the world. Now while we’re all looking forward to seeing our family
Men tend not to want to know about or address male reproductive diseases or diseases of the urinary tract, but it is really important that they do, as it can significantly improve their health – and even save their lives. Men and their health Here are some issues men and
In order to curb the rising rates of coronavirus infections, many companies have agreed their employees should continue to work from home. Now while it seems like a great idea, it can take some getting used to. In fact, it can be hard to maintain a work-life balance when you’re
Wearing face masks has become the new normal, and considering the fact that they play a role in reducing the spread of the coronavirus, it is likely that we’re going to be wearing them for quite some time. Now while the use of face masks is an important precaution, the