Getting older can seem frightening—salt-and-pepper hair, furrows on your forehead, forgetting where you parked the car.(more…)
What is BMI?
BMI stands for Body Mass Index and is a mathematical way of calculating fat with a height and weight equation. It is different for individuals over and under the age of 20 and is used by many family medical clinics to determine whether someone is in a healthy weight range or not.(more…)
Diabetes is a major health problem that affects millions of people across the globe. In the U.S alone, over 30 million adults have diabetes, and 1.5 million cases arise every year. The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that by 2025, 300 million people will have diabetes. 80% of the people with Type 2 diabetes are obese, which is why we wonder whether obesity and diabetes are linked.
Here’s everything you need to know:(more…)
Every parent wants to protect their child from danger whether it’s a minor fall and bruise or any infection and disease. Immunity has become a major parental concern as cold and flu season is upon us.
Here are some ways you can boost your child’s health and immunity at an early age:(more…)
The society we live in is obsessed with the aesthetic appeal and looks of everything, including humans. Being overweight is deemed more of an ‘appearance issue’ and not an alarming medical concern that needs immediate attention because it can cause severe damage to a person’s mental and physical health.(more…)
With a mortality rate as high as 2.8 million per year, obesity continues to be a significant health hazard globally, despite the advances in medical technologies. In this fast-paced world, people often want to opt for diets that show ‘quick’ results.(more…)
According to the World Health Organization, more than 117 million children are at the risk of missing out on their vaccines due to the COVID-19 crisis. The pandemic has made it difficult for individuals of all ages to seek regular medical care.(more…)
Women’s bodies are constantly changing and subject to various issues and problems, from as early as adolescence all the way through to adulthood and old age. But while some of these health concerns and issues can be routine and manageable without stringent medical intervention, others warrant more care.(more…)