Category Archives: Education

The change in kitchens after coronavirus

Kitchen designs continue to evolve as a result of new experiences, together with our changing physical and psychological needs. As the world begins to ease social restrictions after coronavirus, people will start to draw on those needs and experiences. Increased awareness of social distancing and better hygiene practices will translate into our homes, specifically the… Read More »

Considering Breast Implants? Here Are Your Options

Considering Breast Implants? Here Are Your Options : Hundreds of thousands of breast augmentation procedures are carried out every single year, and this popular breast surgery has helped countless patients boost their confidence and achieve their cosmetic goals. If you have recently decided that you might be interested in breast implants, then you are probably… Read More »

Pfizer coronavirus vaccine candidate shows early promise

A coronavirus vaccine candidate from pharmaceutical company Pfizer has shown potential in healthy volunteers. Stocks jumped on the announcement Wednesday. The experimental vaccine developed by Pfizer and the biotech firm BioNTech produced promising results in early-stage human trials, in which 45 volunteers were given doses of the vaccine. Each participant received 10, 30, or 100… Read More »

Save Your Penis from These Bad Habits! From Incorrect Masturbation to Rough Sex, Daily Practices that are Injuring Your Genitals!

You know that your bad habits are making you unhealthy in a way, but did you know that it can also change you figuratively? Your everyday habits and behaviours have a huge role to play in your sexual health, too! Yes, you heard that right. Your penis is an extremely fragile organ of your body,… Read More »

Essential Worker Shoulders $1,840 Pandemic Debt Due To COVID Cost Loophole

This story also ran on NPR. This story can be republished for free (details). Carmen Quintero works an early shift as a supervisor at a 3M distribution warehouse that ships N95 masks to a nation under siege from the coronavirus. On March 23, she had developed a severe cough, and her voice, usually quick and… Read More »

New Research from the CWMH: Impact of Obesity on Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Psychiatric Illness

Individuals with psychiatric disorders are at higher risk for obesity than the general population, as well as for medical comorbidity, such as diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and cardiovascular disease.  Because obesity is associated with an increased risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes, we examined the effect of obesity on neonatal and maternal outcomes in a group of… Read More »

Nuts To You

The nutrition world is being turned upside down because of a controversy on the number of calories in almonds. It turns out that the calorie guides have overstated the number of calories almonds and many other nuts. This is because all of the calories in a nut are not digested and therefore do not count… Read More »