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4 tips for mental wellbeing during the coronavirus lockdown

With all the changes happening as we overcome this pandemic, it’s easy for us to feel overwhelmed, anxious, and stressed

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Almost 70% of caregivers of Alzheimer's patients are women

The role of caregiver is feminized in the world specifically in the case of Alzheimer's without an apparent explanation

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How fear transforms into anxiety

A deadly coronavirus pandemic, economic instability and civil unrest menace the mental well-being of millions

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Why is it important to breathe well in quarantine? Some tips to do it better

Correct breathing is essential to stay calm. Let's see what are some tricks to do it well and improve your relaxation .

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Should I breastfeed my baby in pandemic times?

At World Breastfeeding Week, UN organizations have been emphatic in encouraging continued breastfeeding in times of pandemic

Andrea Vilallonga

The secret to improve your communication through the mask

Wearing a face mask will completely change nonverbal communication since the nose and mouth will be covered

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How to avoid pajama syndrome when working from home

The home office was a challenge for many workers in this quarantine.Therefore, it is important that we also take care of our health in this new routine

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COVID-19 may attack patients' central nervous system

Depressed mood or anxiety exhibited in COVID-19 patients may possibly be a sign that the virus affects the central nervous system, according to an international study led by a University of Cincinnati College of Medicine researcher

Avery Blank

4 ways to increase productivity when working at home

Increasing productivity working from home is easy if the following steps are followed .

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5 keys to preventing breast cancer

A healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle can avoid breast tumors in 40% and 50% of the most common cancers.

Merce Villegas

How to deal with your emotions during the pandemic

Merce Villegas, an international speaker talks about how accepting our emotions is the first step into healing and dealing with stress during the pandemic

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Coffee as a potencial anti-obesity tool for women

Women who drink two or more cups of coffee a day have lower fat levels.

Efrén Martínez, President of the Society for the Advancement of Sense-Centered Psychotherapy

The secret to transcending the difficulties and challenges that life presents

Dr. Efrén Martínez, psychologist and international speaker, talks about the importance of living with purpose

7 easy natural tips to oxygenate your brain

Learn more about the brain, its relationship with oxygen, and discover how you can maintain it in optimal conditions naturally

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What is quarantine Cabin Syndrome?

Do you experience rare sensations after intense seclusion? You may be suffering from cabin syndrome

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Alzheimer has no reverse and women are the most affected

According to the Alzheimer Association AA, the disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and the fifth in the country in people over 65

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Impact of COVID-19 infection in blood cancer patients

People with blood cancer are expected to be amongst those at increased risk of COVID-19 infection due to a weakened immune system because of their cancer

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Pulmonary embolism and COVID-19

Researchers at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit say early diagnosis of a life-threatening blood clot in the lungs led to swifter treatment intervention in COVID-19 patients

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Your brain needs to be ready to remember?

What happens in the hippocampus even before people attempt to form memories may impact whether they remember

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When COVID-19 meets flu season

Pulmonologist outlines factors that could determine severity of '20/'21 flu season