"Natural pills" the new medicine to control stress

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A study confirms the scientific existence of vitamin N pills

4 tips for mental wellbeing during the coronavirus lockdown

Woman in self-isolation
With all the changes happening as we overcome this pandemic, it’s easy for us to feel overwhelmed, anxious, and stressed

Almost 70% of caregivers of Alzheimer's patients are women

Woman standing next to a person in a wheelchair
The role of caregiver is feminized in the world specifically in the case of Alzheimer's without an apparent explanation

One in three children in the world is contaminated with lead

Children in Bangladesh
Lead is affecting children massively according to a recent report by UNICEF and Pure Earth

The secret to improve your communication through the mask

Andrea Vilallonga
Wearing a face mask will completely change nonverbal communication since the nose and mouth will be covered

The woman who said NO and saved thousands of lives

Frances Oldham Kelsey
The bold stand of a Canadian doctor in the mid-1900s saved thousands of lives and established a strong position in medicine.

How to deal with your emotions during the pandemic

Merce Villegas
Merce Villegas, an international speaker talks about how accepting our emotions is the first step into healing and dealing with stress during the pandemic

5 keys to preventing breast cancer

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A healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle can avoid breast tumors in 40% and 50% of the most common cancers.

Coffee as a potencial anti-obesity tool for women

Woman serving coffee in a cup.
Women who drink two or more cups of coffee a day have lower fat levels.

Alzheimer has no reverse and women are the most affected

Mother and daughter chatting.
According to the Alzheimer Association AA, the disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and the fifth in the country in people over 65

Depression and anxiety rise among new moms amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

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Maternal mental health linked to increased risks for both moms and babies, but physical exercise may help
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