The ongoing pandemic of novel coronavirus has revealed one thing for sure. People with weak immune system are at high risk of facing fatal consequences if they get infected. Prevention is better than cure.
Is there any way to know whether someone has had Covid-19 in the past? Dr William Hillmann: At this point, we don’t have a test to tell that. We are developing antibody tests to check for a prior infection, but those aren’t ready for clinical use yet.
Physical distancing is important to slow down the coronavirus outbreak. However, physical and mental toughness is also necessary to face off the virus successfully.
Everyone is concerned about how the Covid-19 pandemic will affect those around them, especially themselves and their loved ones. Although many may eventually get the virus, the good news is that for most of us there will only be a minimal effect.
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The ongoing global health crisis may take some time to subside. It has already started making a negative impact on the world economy. The pandemic, along with the financial crunch, has taken a heavy toll on mental health of individuals.
The truth about how you can catch coronavirus, how much more elderly people are at risk and what you can do to avoid infection
“You need to exercise for a period spanning not less than 20 minutes and not more than an hour. All members of the family need to exercise including children. You need to divide your exercise routine into different sessions – at least two sessions. You can still jog in an open area or in a park if y
“As a safety measure against coronavirus, working from home is essential in our daily routine. Working from home is one of the essential step most of the organisations and business offices are implementing” — Malik Nasir Nawaz, inspirational and motivational speaker
“Keep a healthy, mindful lifestyle; eat healthy, sleep well, do any exercise you love, such as yoga or walking. Breathe deep and slow, be in gratitude mode and keep positive. This lifestyle will keep your happy hormones up and will keep your immune system strong.” — Evridiki Iliaki is a certified co