Maria Smith

  1. Answering All Your Questions About HIV and AIDS

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    Although many people are aware of HIV and AIDS, there are still many misconceptions about them. The false assumptions can not only make you more prone for the infection, but can also increase the risk of transmission. In this post, you’ll come across some of the frequently asked questions about HIV and AIDS. Read the complete article and grow your comprehension on the same.
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  2. FAQs: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome(SARS)

    Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

    Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is a type of contagious respiratory disease that can be fatal. It occurs by a type of coronavirus known as severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus(SARS-Cov). SARS-Cov is an airborne respiratory virus that can spread through small saliva droplets, just like cold and influenza. This is the first severe and readily transmissible disease that emerged in the 21st century, capable enough to spread along the routes of international air travel.

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  3. Should You Try Intermittent Fasting On A Keto Diet?

    Should You Try Intermittent Fasting On A Keto Diet?

    At first, intermittent fasting and the keto diet do not seem to have much in common. One major difference is that intermittent fasting emphasizes “when you eat,” while the keto diet emphasizes “what you eat.” Intermittent fasting restricts you from eating for up to 16 hours a day but allows you to eat whatever you wish for the other eight hours. On the other hand, the keto diet incorporates eating mostly healthy fats, with fewer carbs and protein.

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  4. What Is Intermittent Fasting? Why Should You Do It?

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    First of all, intermittent fasting isn’t a diet; it's a lifestyle. It's a method of scheduling your meals to get the most out of it. It doesn’t change what you eat but changes the time when you eat. The question that arises here is - How does change in the time of eating can benefit you? Well, it’s an excellent way to get lean without cutting down your calories or going on a strict diet and starve yourself. In intermittent fasting, you’ll begin with keeping your calories the same as before. You have to figure out your eating and dieting window that suits your routine. All you need to do is to eat your food only during the eating window and fast for the rest of the hours in a 24-hour schedule. Moreover, you can get lean with intermittent fasting without losing your muscle mass.

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  5. Can Weight Loss Help With Pain Management?

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    When patients and their doctors talk about pain management strategies, one area often gets overlooked: weight loss management. While working on a weight loss management plan likely won’t offer immediate relief, research seems to indicate that there is a strong connection between being overweight and how much chronic pain we have – and even modest weight loss can help turn things around. Being overweight can have a consequential impact on how we experience chronic pain. If a person is overweight, he or she may experience an increase in mechanical forces on the frame of the body, including the knee and hip joints, the spine, and supporting muscle groups, which can cause added wear and tear. 

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  6. Are You Aware Of The Warning Signs Of Bronchial Asthma?

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    Asthma has become a common problem and is one of the most popular respiratory diseases. This medical condition is when the bronchial pathway gets inflamed. The bronchus swells up and narrows down and starts to produce more mucus making it difficult for the person to breathe. Asthmatic attacks can sometimes even be fatal. If you suspect that you are getting an asthmatic attack or are suffering from asthma then you should immediately go for a consultation to a pulmonologist, respiratory therapist, paediatrician, or primary health care provider.

     

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