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    With greater screen time and longer working hours, the work-from-home dynamic has ushered in a paradigm shift in our lifestyles over the last year and a half. This has altered everyone’s eating habits, particularly those of working professionals and students, with the frequency of eating unhealthily prepared foods growing day by day. Given the intervalsYour Read More Link Text

    Did you know, an average person knowingly or unknowingly passes gas at least 23 times a day? They are very common and are considered to be normal bodily functions. Some of the symptoms include bloating, pain in your abdomen, burping, passing gas, and more, which you may experience daily. The passing of gas is veryYour Read More Link Text

    What is pneumonia? It is a respiratory illness caused by inflammation of the lung, causing solidification of the lung., commonly due to infection which leads to the loss of the normal sponginess of the lungs. Types of pneumonia : –  Community acquired pneumonia Hospital acquired pneumonia Pneumonia in immunocompromised host. Causes of Pneumonia Infection byYour Read More Link Text

    Cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death in the world and the incidences of these diseases are increasing day by day as a result of modernization and shift in lifestyle and among the cardiovascular diseases, Hypertension is the most common. What is blood pressure? It is the pressure exerted by the blood presentYour Read More Link Text

    According to the World Health Organisation, mosquito bites result in more than a million deaths worldwide, largely due to Malaria, it has been over a hundred years since this discovery of mosquitoes causing malaria and yet the disease is still largely prevalent, especially in developing countries. They are the leading vectors for a large numberYour Read More Link Text

    Vaccines are one of the foremost effective options in preventing various diseases. They help the body’s system to acknowledge and fight against viruses or bacteria by training our body system to form antibodies, whilst it does when it’s exposed to a disease. WHO estimates that vaccines save between 2 and three million lives per annum.Your Read More Link Text

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