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Less Depression with Man’s Best Friend

Undoubtedly. the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdowns and social distancing measures accompanying it has had significant adverse effect on mental health. In the U.S.A., studies showed that there were three times as many people suffering from depression during the pandemic than at normal times. It is well known that social …

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Alzheimer’s disease and coffee

Currently, there are more than 55 million people living with dementia around the world, and it is estimated that Alzheimer’s disease accounts for 50–75% of all dementia cases. There is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease in the present time, and treatment and lifestyle changes can only slow its progression. A …

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Health Home Care at your Doorstep

During the pandemic, the hospitals were seen overwhelmed with the constant flow of patients, increasing risk for the transfer of the disease. But, there are people with underlying health issues, who need health care on the regular basis. Lifeline Health Home Care can help in such situations. They are home …

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Winter Blues Inflammation

Inflammation refers to our immune system’s response to any kind of irritant or foreign body, including infections, injuries, and toxins. It is basically our body’s attempt to heal itself by fighting against foreign bodies. Various white blood cells of our body react when the body is invaded by bacteria, viruses, …

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Tread with Care: The Diabetic Foot

What is diabetic foot? When a diabetic person develops an ulceration in his or her foot as a significant and devastating complication of the disease, it is known as a diabetic foot. Nearly 12 – 15% of the population with diabetes develop the foot ulcer in his/her lifetime, and is …

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It’s your Health, Get Involved

The way we manage our health is more crucial than ever before. While it’s critical to see a doctor when we’re sick, it’s equally important to see a doctor on a regular basis. Regular health examinations can detect issues before they arise. Your health is an ongoing project that requires …

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Halitosis Impact of Bad Breath

The term halitosis, also known as bad breath, or oral malodor, is used to describe unpleasant odor originating from the mouth. It creates social and psychological disadvantages in a person’s life, which could lead to social embarrassment and leave the individual reclusive, or occasionally, even stigmatized in society. Halitosis is …

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