How To Safely Reduce Your Fever While Pregnant
During pregnancy, getting sick is the last thing any expectant mother wants, knowing full well anything that happens to her can affect her baby as well.
WHO says Covid-19 is no longer a global health emergency
Covid-19 continues to spread, the virus is evolving and remains a global health threat, but at a lower level of concern, according to WHO officials.
Flu, cough wave sparks Covid fear
Health experts have linked the current wave of flu and cough in the country to Covid-19, but the Health Ministry said they are finalising their assessment to determine the actual driver.
World not ready for next pandemic, says Bupa boss
Governments and healthcare bodies around the world have not learnt the lessons from Covid-19 and are not ready for another pandemic.
Why should infertility be so costly to medicate?
A report released by the World Health Organisation (WHO) last month revealed that more than 15 out of 100 people in Africa are suffering from infertility, highlighting an urgent need for increased access to affordable, high-quality fertility care.
Common baby skin conditions
Treatment may include more frequent feedings or light therapy (for more severe cases). If your baby looks yellow, talk to your doctor.
Doctors performed brain surgery on a baby before she was born and now she’s thriving
A team of doctors in Boston successfully performed a novel fetal surgery to treat a rare brain condition known as vein of Galen malformation.
New survey results show health systems starting to recover from pandemic
After three years of the COVID-19 pandemic, health systems in countries have started showing the first major signs of health system recovery.
Which drink is best for hydration? Hint: It isn’t water
When you’re thirsty and in need of a drink, which beverages are best at keeping you hydrated?
The Best Way To Sit To Minimize SI Joint Pain
The SI joint connects the sacrum, which is the flat bone at the base of your spine, to the ilium bone, which is the wing-like part of your pelvis.
US drug regulator approves world’s first RSV vaccine
RSV is a respiratory illness that typically results in cold-like symptoms for adults, but can be dangerous for young children, the elderly, and those with underlying health conditions.