Reduce indoor allergens that can trigger respiratory problems and other issues. Indoor air quality can suffer during the winter months. Here are some strategies you can use to improve air quality inside your home and hopefully improve your allergy symptoms.
Tuberculosis (TB) is a bacterial infection that can be dangerous, but it’s almost always curable. Learn what medications are used for each type of the disease. Doctors prescribe antibiotics for 6 to 9 months to kill the bacteria that cause it completely. Quitting medication midway is dangerous and lethal.
Have you thought why Tuberculosis (TB) disease is taken so seriously? Because it is dangerous and lethal. But curable. It’s just that you have to complete the treatment. Eat these foods and follow this Diet. TB is mainly a bacterial infection caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It majorly affects the lungs.
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Speed up your body transformation (or keep yourself tip-top shape) with the mighty power of high-intensity interval training. HIIT or high-intensity interval training is bursts of high-intensity exercises followed by brief periods of low-intensity or rest periods. It burns fat more effectively and in less time.
The E-fit zone is an interactive fitness centre that combines gaming, entertainment and fitness to engage people in exciting physical games and motivate them to be active. It is a place where both the young and the old are encouraged to be socially interactive while exercising and engaging in fun competitive games.
Everyone poops. But who wants to actually deal with it? Ecologist Sasha Kramer literally works with poop and thinks about it every day. She is helping to transform human waste into fertile organic compost for agricultural use in Haiti.
Numerous studies have found that how we eat over time can increase — or decrease — our risk for chronic disease. But one-size-fits-all recommendations based on traditional nutrition research are missing the mark.