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5 Phone Apps that Ease Out Depression

5 Phone Apps that Ease Out Depression

This era of high technology has its own pros and cons and it’s good to know that the health field is benefiting from it too. Help is just one download away most especially to those who are trying to win a battle towards depression. Here is a list of mobile apps that offers a wide variety of help to their users:

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You Could be Damaging the Ozone Layer by Drinking Decaffeinated Coffee

You Could be Damaging the Ozone Layer by Drinking Decaffeinated Coffee

Remember being told not to use hairspray because it has CFC and it might be bad for the Ozone Layer? CFC? The Chlorofluorocarbon? Well, it seems like limiting it worked because it was reported that our Ozone Layer was healing! Solely using these Chlorine-emitting products weren’t considered harmful at first but as time went on, the stratosphere accumulated the harmful substances and caused holes in the ozone layer that eventually made skin cancer and damages to organisms more prevalent on Earth. The concept of that initiative was like an older version of the Earth Hour right now which aims to give Mother Earth a break from too much harmful elements. The holes caused by too much chlorine emission were said to be almost healed. The ozone-harming substances have almost depleted. Congratulations, mankind? Not too fast! If you love drinking decaffeinated coffee, take note of this. Continue reading →

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Google and PeN’s Plans to End Zika Virus

Google and PeN’s Plans to End Zika Virus

If you are familiar with the Aedes genus of mosquitoes spreading diseases such as Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya and Yellow Fever, you would probably be aware by now that Zika Virus has been added to the top list that’s been bringing death and fear since early 2015. Just like its contemporaries, Zika Virus has been steadily spreading its momentum infecting patients and worst, causing deaths. Different initiatives have been implemented to stop the virus but health authorities can only do so much. Fortunately, there are current attempts right now that could possibly break the continuity of these viruses, particularly the Zika Virus. Continue reading →

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THE BLUE LIGHT FROM YOUR PHONES CAN HARM YOUR EYES

THE BLUE LIGHT FROM YOUR PHONES CAN HARM YOUR EYES

We all know that over – exposure to gadgets can really hurt our eyes. In fact, the blue light from our electronic devices has become much of a concern because the cornea and the lens cannot filter this, and will go straight to the back of our eyes. Continue reading →

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The Future of Health Care Lies in Genetic Analysis

The Future of Health Care Lies in Genetic Analysis

There’s more to high-technology machines that are abundantly found in the health industry nowadays. These machines are helpful. Yes, they are capable of scanning and testing all sorts of information from patients with a wide variety of needs. This information would then dictate what kind of prescription a health provider would give a patient, as well as the confirmation of the symptoms to its corresponding disease. But is there anything more than that piece of information is useful to? Seems like a never-ending cycle, right? So, what lies ahead the future of health care? Genetic Analysis. Continue reading →

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Global Expat Feature: Her Life In A Nutshell

Global Expat Feature: Her Life In A Nutshell

She thought she was dying. For a while, her world stopped. How can it possibly happen to her when she knew in her heart she has never done anything to deserve a lump on her chest. A lump that could compromise everything in her life. Could it be The Big C? She hopes not.

Donna Yasmin has an established career in Kuwait. She is a full-blooded Filipina working for Gulf Lead, a leading consultancy firm, that provides training in safety and quality for professionals. She is good in what she does, something that her employer knows. She is reliable and trustworthy, a real asset and role model. Continue reading →

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Global Warming Woes: Communicable Disease More Imminent

Global Warming Woes: Communicable Disease More Imminent

In the recent past, a wide array of global phenomenon has contributed transformative impacts to animals, landscapes and mankind. These impacts were easily induced by excessive pollution and superfluous burning of fossil fuel that brought further consequences, immensely affecting every living organism on this planet. One of these consequences is the proliferation of old and new viruses and bacteria. Continue reading →

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5 Reasons Why You Should Do Yoga

5 Reasons Why You Should Do Yoga

Yoga originally was developed in the Northern India over 5,000 – 10,000 years ago. It was only in the late 1800s and early 1900s that it was introduced to the Westerns and started to attract some followers. So what can one really benefit from yoga? Here are just 5 of the many reasons why you should try it ASAP. Continue reading →

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