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brain fog
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5 Effective Ways To Beat Brain Fog

There are instances where we tend to experience loss of focus. But in some cases, this predicament can be extreme because it affects the overall cognitive function. Technically, it is called “brain fog,” and it really deteriorates someone’s performance. When you have a cloudy head, you will feel that your memory is scrambled and that… Keep Reading

lose weight
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Dr. Jan McBarron’s Tips for Losing Weight Through Lifestyle Changes

Many people are dissatisfied with their weight and with their bodies. Being unhappy with your weight leads to self-esteem problems and can get in the way of living your best life and advancing in your career or personal life. When you are overweight, you are more likely to experience health problems like diabetes, high blood… Keep Reading

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Smart Home Technology Meets In-Home Health Care in the UAE

The Dubai Health Authority recently began a new program that would allow aging, sick, incapacitated and healthy residents alike to receive in-home health care using smart home technology. The initiative was spearheaded by H.E. Humaid Al Qatami, Director General of DHA, and the mission is to provide home care team members with the ability to… Keep Reading

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Why Experts Like Gina Marta Utilize the Electroencephalograph

When it comes to critical medical procedures, electroencephalography (EEG) tends to come up in nearly every conversation. It has been around since the early 1900s, and now one of the most common ways to monitor the brain’s activity. In fact, thousands of people undergo this procedure on a daily basis as the means of finding… Keep Reading

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Why Medical Professionals Wear Scrubs

Most professionals with a college degree wear a suit and a tie, or at least some version of traditional business attire. Medical professionals are some of the most educated people, yet their workplace attire looks very different. Nurses, doctors, and other hospital employees don’t just wear medical scrubs because they’re comfortable, although that is actually… Keep Reading

heart attack
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Dr. Himachal Veligandla’s Tips for Recognizing a Heart Attack

With more than 600,000 people having a heart attack every year in the U.S., it important that everyone prepares for it. Naturally, that preparation should come in the form of proper dieting, high physical activity levels, and similar preventative measures. Nevertheless, it is equally as important to know how to recognize a heart attack as… Keep Reading

vegetables healthy diet
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Dr. Michael Arata Lists Several Easy Changes to Boost Your Immune System

Improving your immunity with simple lifestyle changes is possible. Changes such as diet, sleep, exercise, changes in drinking and smoking habits, and stress reduction can all be helpful in bolstering the effectiveness of your immune system. In his practice, Dr. Michael Arata works to help his patients change their lives for the better, enhancing their… Keep Reading

skin problems
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7 Skin Conditions You Must Never Ignore

When it comes to health, most people are paying attention to physical health only and ignoring the skin. In reality, skin health is also playing an equivalent role. All types of skin problems have different symptoms and causes that the experts are paying attention to. Some individuals are not focusing on all these problems, and… Keep Reading

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