Why every workplace needs a Counselor
Research has proven a strong link between an employee’s psychological well-being and productivity at work.
Prepare for disease deadlier than COVID – WHO chief
The world should be prepared to respond to a disease outbreak of “even deadlier potential” than COVID-19, the head of the WHO said after the UN agency launched a global network to monitor disease threats.
Early screening key to managing hypertension
Sometimes lifestyle changes are not enough to treat high blood pressure. If they do not help, your doctor may recommend medication to lower your blood pressure.
Plant-based diets good for the heart
Giving plants the starring role in your diet is good for heart health, a review of four decades of data shows.
What is BDSM sex and is it for you?
When understanding the thrilling but complex world of BDSM, many people think that it’s just all about dom and sub sex, but it’s not.
Neuralink: Elon Musk’s brain chip firm wins US approval for human study
Elon Musk’s brain-chip firm says it has received approval from the US Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) to conduct its first tests on humans.
Awards for outstanding contributions to public health presented during the Seventy-sixth World Health Assembly
“The 2023 public health prizes and awards celebrate people who have made a significant contribution to global health, and whose work has extended far beyond the call of normal duty,” said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
Vaping: High lead and nickel found in illegal vapes
The results showed children using them could be inhaling more than twice the daily safe amount of lead, and nine times the safe amount of nickel.
New solution for groundnut allergy impresses
You may not have to worry about your child’s groundnut allergy as an experimental study has shown promise in dealing with it.
Measles outbreak delays reopening of Bundibugyo schools
The one-week delay in school reopening will enable the district to carry out a mass vaccination campaign for children aged 5 and below