8 Common Things That Could Be Behind Your Lung Problem

There are a lot of things found in your house as we speak that could damage your lungs and, unfortunately, that damage is permanent and irreversible in most cases. Our lungs are constantly exposed to dangers such as dusts and if we don’t protect them properly, we could end up with lung diseases such as

7 Surprising Health Benefits of Being Stressed

In most cases, stress is the factor that destroys marriages, relationships, careers and friendships, but it doesn’t have to be the villain in your story. It sounds silly, but stress can be a good thing for us. How so? Several psychologists are here to enlighten us while screaming in our faces that stress can be

7 Medical Conditions That Are Mistaken For Arthritis

Joint pain is a common issue that can appear from any part of a joint. In general joint pain is associated with arthritis, the inflammation or pain that comes from the joint itself. If you’re experiencing joint pain, you’re far from alone. In fact, in a recent survey, about one-third of adults reported experiencing it

7 Things You Should Know About Online Doctor Visits

Virtual healthcare represents “virtual visits” that occur between patients and their doctors via communications technology in real time. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual appointments could solve a lot of problems. However, if you’ve never done a virtual visit before, you most likely have many burning questions about this topic. So, do you want to find

9 Reasons Why Your Shoulder Hurts

There are many different medical reasons for your shoulder pain. From osteoarthritis to heart problems—yes, you read that correctly—shoulder pain is annoying no matter the root cause. Aging is the number one factor of shoulder pain and while there’s no cure for it, because it’s a normal and natural process, there are certain treatments that

7 Types of Cancer That Are Almost Impossible to Detect in Early Stages

In 2020 alone, roughly 1.8 million people will be diagnosed with cancer in our country. Up until now, there are nearly 147,500 deaths from COVID-19, so that’s clearly something to think about. We’re not suggesting that the coronavirus is a mild disease, we just want to point out that the world’s oldest documented case of

11 Essential Things You Must Have in Your Emergency Kit

It’s always good to be prepared with an emergency kit in your car and home—you never know what is going to happen, whether it’s a hurricane, fire hazard, earthquake, flood, or disease outbreak, you should prepare for the worst. “We’re looking at seasonal weather-related disasters going on at the same time as Covid-19,” says Jeff

10 Age-Related Changes in Your Body That Hurt Your Heart

As you probably know, the number one killer in our country is heart disease. It is actually responsible for nearly one in four deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A survey from HeartFlow, a medical technology company notes that most women think that their biggest threats when it comes to

10 Things You Should NEVER Share With ANYONE

Germs are found all over the world, in all kinds of places. They are in the air we breathe, on the food we eat, on the plants we take care of and on our beloved pets; in soil and water—and on just about every other surface. It’s impossible to keep your life 100 percent germ

Quiz: How Much Do You Really Know About the Coronavirus?

We all have questions about everything related to this global pandemic and up to this point some of them still remain unanswered. More than three months had passed when the first confirmed case of Sars-CoV-2 infection appeared in the United States. Now, the country has more than 1,200,000 cases and, unfortunately, the numbers only seem

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