World Asthma Day: Types of Asthma, Symptoms and Asthma Treatment

Though we cannot cure Asthma, its symptoms can be controlled by us. Asthma is a respiratory condition that causes the airways to narrow and swell, besides generating excess mucus, making breathing difficult, resulting in coughing, whistling (wheezing) on exhalation, and shortness of breath. Asthma may be a mild annoyance for some people. However, for some, it […]

Symptoms of Covid variants and How to fight Covid 2.0?

Public health officials have warned that highly contagious infectious diseases, like COVID-19, can re-emerge and cause a second and possibly third wave of the disease. The warning should not be taken lightly as historically previous pandemics involving plague, cholera, and influenza that once clear of their initial peak of activity have re-emerged in a different segment […]

Covid Safety Precautions for Children when School College Reopen

Schools and Colleges are not just learning institutions, they are a crucial support system for students to aid in their mental wellbeing and physical growth.   However, Covid changed all of that, this pandemic forced schools and colleges to shut down and children to continue their studies from home, with no outdoor activities or bonding with […]

Winter Season Precautions to Fight the Second Wave of Covid-19

The winter season is here, so are most of the respiratory illnesses like influenza, seasonal cold etc. A spike is seen in the number of infection cases bought by the virus, which tend to survive for longer in the cold and dry climates.   The novel coronavirus has proven to be an all-seasonal virus that […]

Building Covid-19 Immunity with Seasonal Fruits and Seasonal Vegetables

The Coronavirus has grown by leaps and bounds, this means as the number of cases increase, new highs are observed every single day, which makes the case of immunity every more strongly felt. Eating seasonal produce is one important factor of building one’s immunity. Not only are they fresh, but they are loaded with minerals and […]

Fighting Coronavirus with Virtual Healthcare, Telemedicine Technology, and Digital Consultation

Digital Consultation over the phone or video conferencing has been around for a long time now, the recent COVID-19 outbreak has led to a tremendous increase in the popularity of telemedicine technology. The adoption of virtual healthcare has catapulted since the outbreak of Coronavirus and preventive lockdown measures announced by governments across the world. According to Forrester […]

Coronavirus Safety Tips for Liver Cirrhosis and Liver Transplant Patients

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, or SARS-CoV-2 shares a similar genome sequence with its earlier cousin namely the SARS-CoV and Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) by 82% and 50% respectively. Liver impairment is a common condition detected in patients who have tested SARS-CoV or MERS-CoV positive. In SARS-CoV liver impairment is reported among […]

Caring for the Heart- Cardiovascular Disease Precautions During COVID-19

Cardiovascular disease, such as Congenital heart disease, Coronary artery disease, Heart muscle disease is a leading cause of death across the world. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) account for over 25% of all annual medical deaths worldwide.   COVID-19 pandemic escalates the transmission risk in patients with pre-existing heart disease. […]

Coronavirus Stress- How to relieve Anxiety and Calm your Mind during COVID-19

The uncertainty and fear surrounding COVID-19 multiplies as new cases are being detected and quarantined each day. Coronavirus has made watching news increasingly stressful gripping nations worldwide into an unprecedented lockdown and citizens across nationalities practice stringent social distancing measures. Though social distancing and self-isolation is the key to mitigate the COVID spread, it can be […]

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