Thursday, 13 May 2021
Thursday, 13 May 2021
Health & Medicine
Mind & Braind
Findings and Differences on the Effects of Contagion by COVID Between Men and Women
We are all aware that the current pandemic has affected millions of people in the world.
What Is the Key to Having Positive Relationships?
Is it possible to be happy in a lasting way as a couple?
Pregnant women hospitalized for COVID-19 infection do not face increased risk of death
UM School of Medicine researchers find reassuring evidence that pregnancy does not increase patient's risk of dying when hospitalized with pneumonia
How to take care of your mental health during the political chaos?
In the midst of the protests and strikes that are taking place in Latin America, it is important to remember that we must take care of our mental health. Here are some tips
Why Social Media Can Be Unhealthy for Mothers
Recent studies have suggested that making social comparisons online can also affect mothers.
The Unknown Impact of Selfie Posting
The commonly known selfies can be considered as a way to present ourselves on social media.
Best gifts for the modern mom
Surprise your mother on this special day with these modern gifts
Is Your Mental Health Affected by the Pandemic?
The fourth wave of the pandemic is affecting the mental health of people around the world, we are submerged in a barrage of bad news.
These are the risks of contraception in women
Various methods of preventing pregnancy in women can increase cancer risks by up to 38%, depending on how long you've been using them
Study: Older adults found resilience during pandemic through community
If resilience is understood as the ability to see positives in the midst of a negative situation, then many of the study's participants demonstrated resilience during that time, the researchers said
Opinion: Are sugary drinks bad for your health?
The health of Colombians should be a priority when thinking about tax reform
How To Keep Our Brain in Good Shape?
Many studies associate sport with better brain development and with the increase in the formation of new neurons.
How Katalin Karikó Contributed to the COVID Vaccine
Karikó is a Hungarian who studied biochemistry and spent 40 years working and discovering some of the key facts for the Moderna and BioNTech vaccines.
Life-Changing Practices for Foodies
Mindful eating is a simple technique to help you eat least while enjoying your food more.
More than half of generation Z gay, bisexual teenage boys report being out to parents
A majority of gay and bisexual Generation Z teenage boys report being out to their parents, part of an uptick in coming out among young people that researchers have noted in recent decades
Can pregnant women get vaccinated against COVID-19?
Future mothers wonder if it is safe for them to get the coronavirus vaccine
Doing Things That Scare You Is Worth It
In her talk, Luvvie Ajayi Jones states why being true to ourselves is the most revolutionary act to change the world and those around us.
Options To Take a Breath
We all tend to mistakenly believe that sleeping and resting are synonyms, hence associating a good night’s sleep with deep rest.
Videoconferences more exhausting when participants don't feel group belonging
Videoconferences may be less exhausting if participants feel some sense of group belonging, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association
Half Orphan: Losing a Parent to COVID
Over 42.000 kids in the United States have lost a parent to COVID-19, according to a study made by JAMA Pediatrics.
Junk food can also affect your mental health
Although obesity is the biggest problem caused by excess fast food, there are several consequences that addiction to these foods leaves and that exceed aesthetics
These Habits Will Give You the Lifestyle You Want
We are made of habits. Every day we have approximately 90.000 thoughts of which 80% are the same as yesterday and even a week ago.
The Freedom To Accept Feelings of Pain and Sadness
The pandemic has brought with it a significant number of losses that go further than death.
34% of COVID-positive people had their mental health affected
According to a study, several people who suffered from COVID-19 also developed mental disorders such as anxiety and dementia six months after contracting the disease
IU School of Medicine researchers develop blood test for depression, bipolar disorder
A breakthrough study by Indiana University School of Medicine researchers sheds new light on the biological basis of mood disorders, and offers a promising blood test aimed at a precision medicine approach to treatment
Can hormonal imbalance cause anxiety?
There is a strong correlation between hormones and anxiety
Why Are We Feeling So Tired Right Now?
Do you feel that accomplishing everything on your to-do list gets harder every day?
This is how World Health Day 2021 was celebrated
On April 7, World Health Day was celebrated in the midst of a pandemic that reminds us of the importance of maintaining healthy lifestyles
5 Powerful Tips for Overcoming Challenges
Mental resilience is an essential skill for preventing job burnout. This phenomenon is described as physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion.
Tips To Approach Problems Effectively
Here are three simple steps you can take to clear your mind and motivate yourself to keep doing your best.
Coronavirus: third cause of death in 2020
Covid-19 ranked as the third leading cause of death in 2020 in the US after cancer and heart disease
Can people vaccinated against COVID-19 transmit the virus?
One of the most common questions around the vaccine is whether it can prevent you from spreading the virus to other people
Can Social Media Affect Mental Health?
Social media has become an important means of communication for young people, and it is also beneficial as a source of information.
PIMS: The Fatal Syndrome in Children, Associated With COVID 19
Children and preteens might not be as safe from COVID-19 as initially thought.
Is It Important To Apply the Vaccine? Responds the Pediatrician Carlos Chacón
Although children are not very susceptible to contracting the COVID-19 virus, it is important to be alert to the symptoms and to be vaccinated.
Is COVID-19 reinfection possible?
A study published in The Lancet magazine reveals the probabilities of COVID-19 reinfection
5 Tips to Manage Your Limiting Thoughts
Every day the mind produces approximately 90.000 thoughts and 80% of these are negative or limiting.
What do we know about the coronavirus in the first year of the pandemic
More than twelve months have passed since the WHO declared a worldwide pandemic. Today science knows more about Covid-19 and how it affects humans
5 Ways To Stop Procrastination
Words that haunt us and make us feel guilty when we stop doing what is important to dedicate ourselves to what is pleasant.
Let's Detect the Alerts of Our Mental Health
On 2006 Palm Day, the Colombian journalist Catalina Gallo woke up from her bed and thought she was dead.
Tips to survive the complicated moving day
Moving day, the culmination of the entire moving process is approaching near and if you are planning to handle this day with ease then you have jumped just at the right place
5 Self-Love Habits
Your morning routine can significantly change your life.
Is There Discrimination in Health Services?
Discrimination can result in sub-optimal care through deficient communication and preventing treatment adherence.
3 Considerations After A Workplace Injury
If you or your family member got injured or killed in an accident at work, it’s imperative that you know how to fight for your rights.
The coronavirus could have originated in an exotic animal farm
A commission of scientists from the WHO traveled to China to find out the possible origin of the virus
Eating processed meat could increase dementia risk
Their findings also show that eating some unprocessed red meat, such as beef, pork or veal, could be protective, as people who consumed 50g a day were 19% less likely to develop dementia
Is eating meat dangerous for your health?
In a recent study by the University of Oxford it is concluded that the consumption of meat of any kind increases the risk of different types of diseases
There is no relationship between autism and vaccines
Misinformation has discouraged the vaccination of newborns, causing major public health problems
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