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How To Heal After A Traumatic Event

Traumatic events happen regardless of economic status, gender, or age. A general population survey conducted in 24 countries showed that more than 70% of respondents had undergone a traumatic event, with 30.5% experiencing four or more traumatic events. A traumatic event can occur on a larger scale like wars, natural disasters, or a global pandemic that can negatively impact a community, state,... ❯❯❯

Doctor Appointment Booking Platform to Streamline Your Doctor Visits

Doctor appointments can be stressful and can even cause stress in other areas of your life. Do you dread the thought of seeing the doctor? Or do you genuinely enjoy the doctor’s visits? Regardless of your feelings, the process of scheduling a doctor’s appointment can be tedious and time-consuming. There are several ways to streamline your doctor visits by using an appointment booking... ❯❯❯

Learn How to Feel a Pulse and You Could Save a Life

The following is adapted from Dad Lived to 101 and You Can Too. During anesthesia, physiological monitoring is essential—your operating room experience is much safer because of it. Administering anesthesia without using any monitoring devices or techniques is like driving without headlights during a moonless night, in total darkness: you don’t know where you are, and you don’t... ❯❯❯

How to prepare a healthy and nutritious Spanish Paella

Can we really say “the” Spanish gastronomy? That would be an understatement because Spanish cuisine is actually the sum of different regional types of culinary traditions. Spanish gastronomy is like the geography of this country: diverse. Think about it, Spain has mountains and flat plains, rivers and seashores, beaches and fields. This is a place in which there is an option for... ❯❯❯

Key Factors To Consider When Choosing A Life Partner

When looking for a partner, there are a few key things to consider. Compatibility, shared interests, and trustworthiness are all important factors to consider. These factors will help to ensure that your relationship is enjoyable and long-lasting. It is important to find someone with who you are compatible. It means having similar interests and values. If you are not compatible with your partner,... ❯❯❯

4 Tips For Coping With Adult Incontinence

Anyone can experience urine leakage. When you laugh, cough, exert effort, feel surprised, or scared – you may have felt this sudden urge to urinate. However, it can become alarming when it becomes severe, accompanied by pain, or urinating before getting to the bathroom. Adult incontinence is commonly seen in pregnant women, older adults, and individuals with mental and physical illnesses.... ❯❯❯

Medical Malpractice: The Most Common Examples

Medical malpractice is a lot more common than most of us would imagine. Healthcare practitioners are human and prone to error as a result. However, these errors can have devastating impacts on a patient's physical and mental wellbeing. For this reason, it's vital to choose a doctor with a good track record.  It's relatively straightforward to enquire about a healthcare practitioner's... ❯❯❯

What Is Pain Management?

Hitting your toes against the foot of the bed or touching a very hot surface in the kitchen will have you feeling pain immediately. However, you know that this type of pain is only temporary, and you should feel fine in a short time. Suffering an injury in an accident or as a result of surgery may have you feeling pain for a much longer period, while other conditions may have you dealing with... ❯❯❯

4 Ways to Disinfect Public Transportation

Many sectors adopt various sanitizing methods to effectively combat the current pandemic. The public transportation industry is no different, using several technologies for consistent results. The search for effective sanitizing options has led to innovative electrostatic technologies and UV disinfectant. Electrostatic disinfectants facilitate efficiency by lowering the quantity required for... ❯❯❯

Research Confirms Horse Riding An Effective Cerebral Palsy Mobility Treatment

New research published in the Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation sheds light on the effects of hippotherapy (HPOT), a form of physical therapy involving horses, on cerebral palsy, the most common motor disorder in childhood. Almost 60% of children with cerebral palsy can walk independently while 7.8% use mobility devices and 33.3% have no walking ability at all. Although HPOT is... ❯❯❯