The pollen production from trees, grasses and weeds that trigger hay fever (allergic rhinitis) peak during the late summer and early fall. Itchy, red eyes and stuffy noses can make the end of summer even more upsetting. Use these simple tips to fight allergies and enjoy the outdoors without fear!
With the rise of tech watches and fitness bracelets there is a clear demand for direct access to personalized health information. This gear is however limited in its capabilities and can’t provide the user with readings beyond heart rate, calorie consumption and steps taken. In an time when information is more assessable then ever shouldn’t […]
The hype around positive thinking or ‘seeing the glass half full’ is more than just a catchy slogan it’s scientifically justified. Positive thinking affects your overall outlook on life and your attitude towards problems, which in turn affects your health. Much research has focused on the topic of positivity and the many benefits of staying […]
STDs (or STIs as they are popularly known), are infections that are caused by any kind of sexual exposure – including vaginal or anal intercourse, oral sex, or sharing of sexual devices. STDs remain a major public health challenge and lead to serious and costly consequences in the case of both men as well as […]
Home HIV tests are gaining popularity with each passing day owing to the ease and convenience they bring to the table. They simply use a cheek swab to produce the result in 20 minutes. Some studies say oral tests are not as reliable as blood tests, while other reports highlight that they’re “almost” as accurate. […]