Importance of Health Insurance Cover in times like COVID-19

Importance of Health Insurance Cover in times like COVID-19

The entire world is battling the COVID-19 pandemic that has destroyed the world economy. Though the majority of the states are under lockdown, it cannot continue forever else it would take years to revive the Indian economy. Different areas in a city are categorized into green, orange, and red zones depending on the number of COVID-19 cases in the locality. These are major steps implemented by the Government to curb the spread of the pandemic along with gradually exiting from the lockdown. Importance of Health Insurance Cover in times like COVID-19 In the current situation, there are no vaccines that prevent anyone from contracting Coronavirus. Hence, taking precautionary measures is extremely important, especially when you are stepping out of the house for buying essential items. People who are suffering from hypertension, diabetes, heart ailments, or any such serious conditions should take excess care and avoid venturing outside. The reason is... Read More
What is PCOS (Polycystic ovarian syndrome)?

What is PCOS (Polycystic ovarian syndrome)?

The symptoms of PCOS are embarrassing and distressing. Diagnosis is often tricky. But if you are one of the growing numbers of women affected by this syndrome there is hope. What is PCOS (Polycystic ovarian syndrome)? IT’S BEEN DESCRIBED as the most common hormonal disorder affecting women today. Officially, the polycystic ovarian syndrome affects approximately 4-7 percent of Australian women, but the true figures could be much higher the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association of Australia (POSAA) suggests the real figure could be as high as 12 percent. This equates to one in eight women or half a million Australian women of childbearing age, they estimate. The symptoms related to PCOS usually start in teenagers during puberty or in the early to mid-20s but can also occur at any age. The PCOS symptoms may include irregular or absent periods infertility or reduced fertility, excess hair growth on the face, (chest and... Read More
Encouragement for those with a terminal illness

Encouragement for those with a terminal illness

Having a terminal illness can feel like a death sentence. In this day with its medical miracle”, death is seen as a failure of the medical profession. Death is the enemy to be fought at all costs. We wish we could deny its very existence. We feel that if we talk about it, we will bring death to us sooner somehow. Encouragement for those with a terminal illness However, when the doctors say that there is nothing more to be done, as scary as that seems, we have been given the gift of time. This is our time and how we use it is up to us to choose. Will we control the experience or let it control us? Although having a life-threatening illness takes away “our future,” it also gives us a chance to live in the present and make our life the best it can be. Here are... Read More
6 Secrets of Miranda Kerr Health and Nutrition Tips

6 Secrets of Miranda Kerr Health and Nutrition Tips

6 Secrets of Miranda Kerr Health and Nutrition Tips 1. Detox twice a year  One of the most effective ways Miranda can maintain a healthy weight and great skin is to detox every six months. Detoxing stimulates the body’s natural cleansing process to eliminate excess toxins that contribute to fatigue, weight gain, cellulite, poor sleep, and mood changes. This involves cutting out foods that contribute to toxicity – gluten products (such as wheat), dairy, coffee, alcohol, sugar, and red meat for two to four weeks. 2. Take a probiotic every day  Probiotics, best kept refrigerated help to maintain healthy digestion, reduce inflammatory responses, regulate our bowel function and boost immunity, so they are one of the best ways to prevent the common cold and flu viruses as well as digestive upsets. 3. Swap coffee for green tea with fresh ginger  Many models drink coffee to speed up metabolism but it... Read More
10 Tips for Making Healthy Foods More Fun for Children

10 Tips for Making Healthy Foods More Fun for Children

Encourage children to eat vegetables and fruits by making it fun. Provide healthy ingredients and let kids help with a preparation based on their age and skills. Kids may try foods they avoided in the past if they helped make them. Here we few amazing tips for making healthy foods more fun for Children. 10 Tips for Making Healthy Foods More Fun for Children 1. Smoothie Creations Blend fat-free or low-fat yogurt or milk with fruit pieces and crushed ice. Use fresh, frozen, canned, and even overripe fruits. Try bananas, berries peaches, and/or pineapple. If you freeze the fruit first, you can even skip the ice! 2. Delicious Dippers  Kids love to dip their foods. Whip up a quick dip for veggies with yogurt and seasonings such as herbs or garlic. Serve with raw vegetables like broccoli, carrots, or cauliflower. Fruit chunks go great with a yogurt and cinnamon or... Read More