Throughout this pandemic, there has been much attention to the toll it is taking on healthcare workers in emergency room settings. Taking care of myself is more essential than ever. What does that mean? It's living the concepts of free medicine that I preach.
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In an interview posted on The Good Men Project’s website about supporting a healthy immune system, I reminded readers that this is also a good time to improve their eating habits.
Here are some ways to avoid infection from the Corona Virus…
After training hard, it’s not uncommon for muscles to become stiff and sore sometimes hours or even days later. This is called DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) and is a result of micro tears in the muscle tissue as a result of training.
With contagious diseases making national headlines, I thought it timely to discuss simple ways to optimize the body’s immune function.
I grew up eating meals seasoned with turmeric. It is a commonly used spice in Malaysian cuisines. If you make curry, it’s a must-have ingredient. You may have heard that, as with most other herbs and spices, turmeric also supports good health.
Anyone who has spent time inside a gym is probably familiar with “that guy” who looks jacked, but has trouble moving athletically! We need to start thinking about fitness differently. Long-term wellness isn’t just about looking good, it’s about moving well – gracefully and efficiently.
Nearly everyone has days at work when they feel so physically fatigued that their minds aren’t fully engaged. It’s called job fatigue and thankfully it’s usually temporary. But when it becomes persistent, job fatigue leads to burnout.