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World Sleep Day publicly displays efforts being taken toward prevention and management of sleep disorders. In 2017, the slogan is “Sleep Soundly, Nurture Life”. This focus is purposefully broad in...

Female urinary incontinence is much more common than you think. In fact, one in four women over the age of 18 experience involuntary leakage of urine – and most of these suffer in silence due to...

Regardless of the reason we decide to start on a path of health and fitness, it is always a good idea to not leave it until it is too late or when we have already lost interest and motivation. If...

Osteoporosis is a metabolic disease of the bone, which is characterised by a reduction of its mass, resulting in a fragile bone tissue increasing the bone’s vulnerability to fractures.

It...

You have probably heard that having the habit of sitting with your legs crossed for a prolonged period of time is not good for you. Not only does it affect the posture of your pelvis and your...

... this is how doctors usually start a conversation when they get together. Whenever two or more get together, it seems they can’t speak about anything else but work.

Well, maybe it is...

Cataracts are a major public health problem accounting for 51% of associated blindness. The solution is exclusively surgical. This surgical technique has gone through an extraordinary development...

I’ve been experimenting in the kitchen recently with fermented foods. Many of you will have heard of the fantastic health benefits of consuming live cultures in food such as yoghurt, sauerkraut,...

A child’s development begins while it is still an embryo and does not end when the growth process ends. A child’s development is a continuous process. Theories on child development have been...

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