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Healthy Food Options for Babies from Organic Ingredients
06

Aug
2022

Healthy Food Options for Babies from Organic Ingredients

Healthy Food Options for Babies from Organic Ingredients

There are a variety of healthy food choices for babies that come from organic ingredients, from vegetables to fruits.

Organic food is produced using natural methods or processed without using chemicals, additives, and genetic engineering, so it is considered healthier. Although the nutritional content is not much different from ordinary or non-organic food, organic food is claimed to be healthier and safer for consumption.

Healthy Food Choices for Babies from Organic Ingredients

There are several organic food choices that you can add to your little one’s healthy eating menu, including:

Spinach

Green vegetables often use pesticides, including spinach. If you’re concerned about residue that might stick to your vegetables, you can opt for organic spinach. Spinach is rich in iron which is good for the formation of red blood cells in your little one’s body.

Potato

Potatoes can more easily absorb pesticides from the soil. And there are many … Read More

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These are the medicines that must be in the first aid kit
06

Aug
2022

These are the medicines that must be in the first aid kit

These are the medicines that must be in the first aid kit

You must be familiar with the first aid kit, right? This box of medicines is important to have at home, in the office, or in the car.

A complete first aid kit can help you deal with common injuries and provide effective first-line care in an emergency. Unfortunately, many people don’t pay much attention to the contents of their first aid kit, so the medicines that are in it are only modest, and even run out.

So, what are the medicines that should be in the first aid kit? Check out the review here.

Medicines That Must Be in a First Aid Box

The following medicines must be in the first aid kit:

Pain Reliever or Fever Reducing Medication

Pain relievers and fever reducers are the most basic medicines that you need to provide in the first aid kit. These medications can treat many minor aches, pains, and ailments. … Read More

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3 Ways to Teach Health to Early Childhood
06

Aug
2022

3 Ways to Teach Health to Early Childhood

3 Ways to Teach Health to Early Childhood

Early childhood health is determined not only by food but also by lifestyle. When your child starts school, it’s natural to worry about not being able to fully monitor your child’s health at school. Therefore, equip children with the following basic knowledge about health:

Get in the habit of washing your hands before eating or wiping your nose after sneezing

The habit of washing hands using soap recommended by WHO prevents germs from entering the body so that children are protected from various diseases. Take care of the health of early childhood by inviting children to wash their hands regularly at certain times. Ideally, hand washing is done under running water for 20 seconds using soap and done with the right technique.

Teach your child to always tell stories if he falls, bumps, or feels pain in any part of his body

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7 Foods for Pregnant Women in the First Trimester
27

Jun
2022

7 Foods for Pregnant Women in the First Trimester

7 Foods for Pregnant Women in the First Trimester

PREGNANT- all mothers hope to have a good pregnancy so that the baby in the womb can grow healthy and perfect. Well, so that pregnancy goes well, there are various ways to make it happen. Starting from exercising regularly, getting enough rest, regularly controlling pregnancy, and following all doctors’ advice.

Not only that, paying attention to the food intake of pregnant women is in fact no less important to do. Then, what foods are good for pregnant women to eat in the early trimester of pregnancy? Let’s see the explanation here!

These are the foods that must be consumed

The following are foods for pregnant women in the first trimester that are good for consumption:

Rich in Folic Acid

Folic acid is one of the important nutrients in the formation of baby brain cells. Prenatal supplements (the period before birth) with folic acid, are important for the intelligence of the … Read More

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Tips for Preparing for Normal Childbirth
27

Jun
2022

Tips for Preparing for Normal Childbirth

Tips for Preparing for Normal Childbirth

Childbirth- Some pregnant women may feel anxious and afraid to give birth normally because they imagine the pain that arises during the process. In fact, pregnant women don’t need to worry if all the preparations for normal childbirth are done well.

Many mothers-to-be actually want to give birth through normal delivery. However, unfortunately, not a few of them discouraged this because they were afraid of imagining bad things that could happen during labor, especially if the delivery they were going to undergo was their first delivery.

Basically, the normal delivery process can run smoothly if properly prepared. Can minimize pain and discomfort during labor.

Not only that, but there are other advantages to having a normal delivery, ranging from a faster recovery time, a lesser risk of the infant developing health problems in the future, and lower delivery costs.

Tips for Preparing for Normal Childbirth

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6 Natural Ways to Balance Hormones in the Body
27

Jun
2022

6 Natural Ways to Balance Hormones in the Body

6 Natural Ways to Balance Hormones in the Body

Hormones are a group of biochemicals in the body that play an important role in every function of the body. Thus, it is important to balance hormones so that body functions are not disturbed. Hormonal imbalances in the body can make you feel tired, infertility, hair loss, changes in appetite, to being overweight or underweight.

The following are some natural ways that you can try to help balance hormones in the body:

1. Eat healthy fats

The amount of fat in your body affects your hormones. So, balancing the amount of fat that enters your body also affects the balance of hormones. Eating more healthy fats is important to balance hormones in the body.

Why? Because usually, the food you eat contains more bad fat than good fat. Eat foods that contain healthy fats, such as omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. Examples of these foods are avocado, salmon, … Read More

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27

Jul
2022

New herbal medicine project sees Trinity Herb Garden go back to its roots

A historic herb garden in the heart of campus is going back to its roots as the base for a new study into herbal medicines.

Led by Dr Tiziana Sgamma of De Montfort University Leicester (DMU)’s Biomolecular Technology Group, it will use a new method of plant DNA barcoding to identify varieties and help solve the problems caused by misidentification.

Dr Sgamma’s work has shown that the varieties which are being grown and used are not always the correct ones, so the team are using the Trinity Herb Garden, at the back of Trinity House, for new research.

She said: “Many people grow herbs and harvest them for us in home remedies, but you cannot be sure that you are using the right plant. Labels and ‘looking similar’ does not guarantee that you have the right plant, and this can lead to a completely different outcome and could also interact

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27

Jul
2022

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Amazon will acquire One Medical in its latest health care endeavor : NPR

Amazon said it will acquire the primary care organization One Medical for $3.9 billion.

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Amazon said it will acquire the primary care organization One Medical for $3.9 billion.

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Amazon plans to buy the primary care organization One Medical in a nearly $4 billion deal, adding to the growing list of the tech giant’s acquisitions and attempts to expand its reach in the health care industry.

“We think health care is high on the list of experiences that need reinvention,” Neil Lindsay, senior vice president of Amazon Health Services, said in a statement last week.

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27

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North Korea pushes traditional medicine to fight COVID-19

PAJU, South Korea — As a medical student in North Korea, Lee Gwang-jin said he treated his fevers and other minor ailments with traditional herbal medicine. But bad illness could mean trouble because hospitals in his rural hometown lacked the ambulances, beds, even the electricity at times needed to treat critical or emergency patients.

So Lee was skeptical when he heard recent North Korean state media reports that claimed such so-called Koryo traditional medicine is playing a key role in the nation’s fight against COVID-19, which has killed millions around the world.

“North Korea is using Koryo medicine a lot (for COVID-19) … but it’s not a sure remedy,” said Lee, who studied Koryo medicine before he fled North Korea in 2018 for a new life in South Korea. “Someone who is destined to survive will survive (with such medicine), but North Korea can’t help others who are dying.”

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The axiological praxis referenced by epistemologies of sense and intuition aligns with and contests the biomedical knowledge positionality in diagnosis and treatment. Complementary and alternative medicine promises a wide array of therapies that are increasingly used by consumers for disease prevention and health promotion. In low- to middle-income countries, about 80% of the population may rely on CAM to meet primary healthcare needs .

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