January 24, 2023 Health and Fitness
It’s Chinese New Year again! During home visits, other than various festive delicacies there will also be beverages such as the various soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, and packet tea, and just like second nature, you’ll pick up a drink or two during each visit. Did you know that they are packed with added sugar?.
January 20, 2023 Health and Fitness
BEIJING: China’s homegrown Covid antiviral pill was included in the nation’s medical subsidy program, health authorities said, after pricing talks broke down with Pfizer Inc. to cover its more expensive Paxlovid.
January 19, 2023 Health and Fitness
As we march into 2023, many of us have a few resolutions we’d like to achieve by the end of the year and losing weight or keeping fit is definitely one of the most typical ones.
January 18, 2023 Health and Fitness
PARIS: In a recent meta-analysis, scientists highlight the potential cancer-protective effects of nutrients found in certain plants, such as tomatoes, eggplant and potatoes.
January 14, 2023 Health and Fitness
NEW YORK: In the forest, in the kitchen and even in fashion, mushrooms are everywhere. They are even poised to become the new stars of your beauty routine. Prized for their nourishing and anti-aging properties, as well as for their natural origin, they are a treat for skin and hair that is dehydrated or suffering the effects of seasonal weather.
January 13, 2023 Health and Fitness
The New Year’s Eve (Chu Xi) dinner is one of the most important meals for family members as they come back to the family home for a reunion dinner. Hotpot would be one of the common dishes served during the New Year’s Eve dinner.
January 11, 2023 Health and Fitness
TOKYO:  The Japanese government has requested that drugstores and other retailers take steps to prevent hoarding of fever medications and painkillers used to treat the symptoms of Covid-19.
January 10, 2023 Health and Fitness
Stockholm Syndrome is a psychological condition described to a victim when they identify and empathize with their captors or abusers instead of fearing them. It is when they develop positive connections and associations (ie: love, empathy or desire to protect the captor) with those who held them hostage over the course of the days, weeks, months, or even years of captivity or abuse. Typically, these feelings can be described as sympathy towards their captors or the formation of an emotional bond with their captors, which is completely the opposite of fear, terror and disdain that are expected from victims of such situations. Additionally, they may also develop negative feelings towards the police or other patients who attempt to rescue them.
January 07, 2023 Health and Fitness
NEW YORK: Staying well hydrated could help people age better and stay healthy longer, according to recent US research. The study suggests that an adult who is sufficiently hydrated may be less likely to develop chronic conditions than someone who does not drink enough.
January 06, 2023 Health and Fitness
One common misconception is that those who opt for breast reconstruction do it solely for vanity. While improving one’s appearance might play a part, many undergo the procedure for the sake of overall health and wellbeing.
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