2020 has been a rough year for everyone. A global pandemic, state lockdowns, home-office, home-schooling, can be overwhelming for anyone. With a constant bombarding of hard news and unexpected events, psychologist and psychiatrist have developed a term for this emotional state, “crisis fatigue”. What Is a Crisis Fatigue?  According to Dr. Petros Levounis, professor and…

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Since the start of the pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended the obligatory use of face masks to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Due to demand, there is not enough medical-grade protection for people to safeguard themselves. Often, in social media, we see tutorials of DIY face masks out of clothes, bandannas, and…

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With a great part of the world under the Covid-19 lockdown, a great number of myths have arisen around coronavirus and its implications. Today, we want to take the opportunity to dismantle a few myths that have risen around covid-19 according to the World Health Organization (WHO).   Myth 1: People Should Wear Masks While…

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During the last decade, Stem Cell Therapy has become a groundbreaking alternative to offer recovery and health improvement for conditions that were previously known as untreatable. Diseases from Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, COPD, Lyme disease, Stroke, and even Autism, are now treatable with Stem Cell Therapy. However, Stem Cell Therapy is now taking a bigger step. Current…

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Now that WHO and CDC are recommending to wear face masks in public, many people are wondering if there is a specific face mask that is better when it comes to protecting yourself against covid-19. Today, we will respond to the top questions about masks and covid-19.   Will wearing a face mask protect me…

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Covid has been declared a pandemic for the past 3 weeks. Officially, it has infected more than 823, 000 people globally. However,  up to 80% of people that got infected experienced mild symptoms and did not require hospitalization or 24/7 medical care. These facts represent that if you get infected with a mild case of…

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At least 132 people have died victims of Coronavirus, and nearly 6000 new cases have been reported in China. Today, the American government has confirmed five cases: two in California, one in Arizona, one in Washington, and one in Illinois. With the growing rates and possible risk of the outbreak, we will share with you…

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is an umbrella term to describe progressive lung conditions such as ephysema, chronic bronchitis, and asthma.  COPD Symptomatology Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is an obstructive condition in which lungs swell, get mucus, and ultimately, they are unable to exchange oxygen or CO2. Although the main symptomatology can be associated with…

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Neurodegenerative conditions affect the lives of thousands of people all over the globe. According to different statistics, more than 5 million Americans battle some kind of neurodegenerative condition, and close to 500,000 suffer from Alzheimer’s alone. Neuro-conditions can be life-threatening, and today we will share all that you should know about them. What Are Neurodegenerative Diseases?…

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