Category Archives: Quality of Life

Eating Healthy During Recovery

The goal of substance abuse recovery is to restore the health of your body and mind. Unfortunately, those who abuse drugs and/or alcohol also have a high risk of eating disorders. By the time they seek help with their addiction, … Continue reading

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The Best Gut Healing Diet Plan

Does your gut ever feel kind of funky after you eat? Do you ever feel as though you’re constantly bloated? Does diarrhea or constipation cramp your style? (Pun intended)!  Sadly, this is all too common in today’s age, particularly in … Continue reading

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Emerging Healthcare Trends 2018 – An Overview

We live in a digital era. Every now and then the whole world is changing. Digital transformation has fully reshaped the entire sectors of industries. Every industry is now using digital technologies to leverage their business. There is no difference … Continue reading

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Know Your Partner’s Blood Group – A must before Marriage

Who’s is not excited about getting married? Marriage is the awaited precious moment of one’s life. People are busy organizing things and planning for their big day. Eventually, people neglect to ponder over the health aspects of each partner. Yes, … Continue reading

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5 Useful Tips for Traveling While You Are Pregnant

Pregnancy is an experience that empowers a lady to bring the loveliest element in the world that is ‘LIFE’. The happiness of a mother is expanded to many relations around her as she feels the movement of another sweet presence … Continue reading

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Telemedicine and Nutritional Counseling for Chronic Patients

One of the biggest problems that the US faces is taking care of chronic health patients, because of their long-term medical needs. From heart conditions to depression, arthritis to stroke, cancer to type II diabetes all require full-time medical management … Continue reading

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