June 2018

PTSD

Weddings happen to be one of the most significant milestones in anyone’s life. This one sets a new path of life and almost everything changes for two people and their families at the pace of light after this. Under such circumstances, couples are placed under tremendous pressure for planning the perfect day and be the perfect host to everyone. The term “wedding” signifies frivolity and fun and it is considered

Busted: 7 myths about surrogacy and IVF in the USA

Busted: 7 myths about surrogacy and IVF in the USA   Infertility is something that one in eight women in the USA struggle with. It’s a very personal and difficult situation, one that doesn’t get talked about often. Dispelling myths about IVF and Surrogacy in the United States is so important. Not only for the intended parents and potential surrogate, but also for society in general. Shaming surrogacy and IVF

Early risers have lower risk of depression, study finds

Do sleep-wake preferences influence our risk of depression? A new study confirms that they do, and “morning people” are on the winning side. People’s chronotypes — that is, their sleep and waking preferences — could affect their well-being, studies have shown. Whether we are early birds (early sleepers and risers) or night owls (late sleepers and risers) may affect our chance of developing mental health issues such as depression. Researchers

gum-health

A healthy lifestyle is essential to a longer life, but have you considered the positive impact exceptional dental hygiene could have on your well-being? Whether you regularly visit your dentist every six months for a check-up, or you’re at the start of your dental care journey, dentist in Brentwood provides advice to prevent gum diseases for a healthy lifestyle. Symptoms of Gum Diseases The most common symptoms of gum disease

Unfit in middle age: Are you doomed?

Are you someone in middle age who keeps putting off that planned health kick for another day? If so, a couple of new studies may give you a sense of urgency. One paper found that elevated blood pressure in middle age increases the risk of dementia, while another says being frail at this time raises your chances of an early death. So how bad is a lack of fitness in

WHO launches Global Action Plan on Physical Activity

WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is today joining Prime Minister António Costa of Portugal to launch the new “WHO Global action plan on physical activity and health 2018-2030: More active people for a healthier world.” “Being active is critical for health. But in our modern world, this is becoming more and more of a challenge, largely because our cities and communities aren’t designed in the right ways,” said Dr