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How Being Organized Benefits Health and Wellbeing. Sharing is caring!

How Being Organized Benefits Health and Wellbeing

Many people consider being organized an unpleasant task that will never get done or doesn’t really matter. The truth is that being organized offers benefits for a person’s physical and mental health. Think of the difference between a messy, cluttered home or office and a well-organized, clean and tidy set up. People who are disorganized can become anxious and stressed. A cluttered home can mean dust, fire hazards, etc., which can affect you physically. Boosts Energy and Productivity: Not being organized can make you feel demotivated. Top Six Nutrition Trends to Watch in 2021 and Beyond. Sharing is caring!

Top Six Nutrition Trends to Watch in 2021 and Beyond

The year 2020 has brought major changes in behavior in people across the world. Their everyday habits and behaviors have changed dramatically. With unprecedented access to research-based information, consumers now have a better understanding of the link between nutrition and wellness. 8 Beauty Trends That Will Dominate in 2021. Sharing is caring!

8 Beauty Trends That Will Dominate in 2021

The year 2020 has changed the way we do almost everything – the way we work, shop, and approach skin care. Over the months of lockdowns, people figured out a way to manage and enhance skin care regimens and try new products. Foods to Avoid & Foods to Include in Your Diet for Good Skin Quality. Sharing is caring!

Foods to Avoid & Foods to Include in Your Diet for Good Skin Quality

It is important to first realize that skin is not just an aesthetic entity. It is the largest organ in the body that covers your muscles, bones, and other organs. 5 Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables To Include In Your Diet During Winter. Sharing is caring!

5 Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables To Include In Your Diet During Winter

During winter, the outside temperature drops and your immunity tends to fall. The chances are high that you can easily catch cold, and cough. To prevent this, it is highly essential that your immunity level should be improved. Nature brings different kinds of foods in different seasons. The fruits and vegetables that nature brings on the particular season will give you all the vitamins and nutrients that your body needs during the particular season. They are affordable and since they are more abundant you can stock them up.They will be very tasty and healthy since they are grown under appropriate weather conditions and without any artificial influencers.They have their own natural color and flavor.The nutrition levels of seasonal foods are high and they are fresh.They provide the nutrition required for the season.

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7 Habits to Cultivate for a Healthier 2021

The coronavirus outbreak has put an uncommon strain on people’s lives, impacting them in big and small ways. So, as 2020 ends, there is a kind of a relief in the air. This year, virtual fitness classes surged, new hygiene practices were adopted, and mental health took center stage. 11 Top Foods to Include in your Diet to Control Diabetes. Sharing is caring!

11 Top Foods to Include in your Diet to Control Diabetes

Diabetes is a chronic disease that causes higher than normal blood sugar levels. Excess sugar in the blood can cause serious complications such as kidney failure, heart attacks, stroke, amputations and blindness, and is linked to an increased risk for several cancers. A person with diabetes must follow an active lifestyle and a healthy diet to control blood sugar levels. December is Worldwide Food Service Safety Month. Sharing is caring!

December is Worldwide Food Service Safety Month

December is Worldwide Food Service Safety Month. Started is 1994, the goal of this annual observation is to keep food safe as is prepared in the service industry and also remind people in general about the importance of following best practices to ensure food safety. As December is the time for festive eating, it is the ideal time to remind people about keeping food safe. Learn About The Methods to Detect Breast Cancer Early.

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Learn About The Methods to Detect Breast Cancer Early

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women. Detecting breast cancer early and getting treatment at the right time are the most crucial strategies to prevent deaths from this disease. Take Part in the Great American Smokeout, November 19, 2020. Sharing is caring!

Take Part in the Great American Smokeout, November 19, 2020

The American Cancer Society has been hosting the Great American Smokeout, an annual intervention event on the third Thursday in November, for more than 40 years. In 2020, the event will be observed on November 19. It provides an opportunity for people who smoke to commit healthy, smoke-free lives not just for a day, but all the year round. It aims to motivate individuals, healthcare providers, businesses, community groups, and others to use the date to make a plan to quit smoking, or a plan in advance and begin a smoking termination plan on the day of the event. The idea of the Great American Smokeout began with an event in Randolph in 1970 at which Arthur P. Smoking is the single largest preventable cause of illness and death in the world. World Antibiotic Awareness Week - November 11-17, 2020.

Sharing is caring! Antibiotics are antimicrobial drugs that are used to suppress and treat bacterial infections. Antibiotic resistance occurs when germs develop the ability to resist the drugs produced to kill them. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines the problem as follows: “Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria change in response to the use of these medicines. Bacteria, not humans or animals, become antibiotic-resistant.” Foods to Avoid and to Include in Your Diet If You Have Arthritis. Sharing is caring! Arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder that can affect one joint or multiple joints. There are 100 types of arthritis with different causes and treatments. The most common types are osteoarthritis that develops due to joint overuse and rheumatoid arthritis (RA), an autoimmune disease in which your immune system attacks healthy cells in your body by mistake.

RA is commonly seen in adults over 65 years of age, but can also develop in children, teens and younger adults. It has been found that diet can impact the severity of arthritis symptoms. Respiratory Care Week Is Celebrated from October 25th to 31st. Sharing is caring! Respiratory Care Week (RC Week) from the 25th to 31st of October is celebrated in order to appreciate and acknowledge hard-working respiratory therapists around the world. It is celebrated internationally but most notably in the United States and Canada. It took about 40 years for Respiratory Care Week to become a vehicle to raise awareness about respiratory illnesses and why there is a need for trained therapists in the healthcare industry. Driven by the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC), it was proclaimed by the United States President Ronald Reagan in November 1982. International Infection Prevention Week, October 18-24.

Sharing is caring! International Infection Prevention Week (IIPW) is celebrated the third week of October every year. This year IIPW is October 18-24. The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) which spearheads this annual observance states that it wants this year to be a celebration of the bravery and tireless efforts of the world’s infection preventionists (IPs).

COVID-19 has highlighted how important IPs are to global health, safety and well-being. Infections are caused by pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, or other microorganisms that can cause diseases. Symptoms vary according to the infection type. Fever or chillsCoughing or sneezingBody painFeeling fatiguedNausea, upset stomach, vomiting If the symptoms get worse, consider consulting a doctor. Celebrate World Food Day on October 16.

Sharing is caring! Food is the essence of life and the bedrock of our cultures and communities. One of the most celebrated days in the United Nation calendar, World Food Day is observed on October 16. This annual celebration promotes global awareness and action for those who suffer from hunger. According to Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the global population is expected to reach almost 10 billion by 2050, and over 2 billion people do not have regular access to safe, nutritious and sufficient food. Another alarming fact is that nearly 690 million people are hungry – an up 10 million since 2019 – and depending on the economic growth scenario, the COVID-19 pandemic could add between 83-132 million people to this number.

Celebrated every year around the world on 16 October in honor of the date of the founding of the UN’s FAO in 1945, World Food Day marks the 75th anniversary of the FAO. Mental Illness Awareness Week - October 4-10, 2020. Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) Enjoying Autumn Activities while Social Distancing. 9 Things You can do to Reduce your Risk of Breast Cancer.

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