The last few weeks have been dramatic in matters of health. Every facet of life appears to be getting disrupted by the ongoing viral pandemic. Whilst this isn’t the first pandemic to ever hit the world, it certainly appears to be the most publicized. All this thanks to a digitally inter-connected world, where news is almost globally instantaneous. Some degree of panic was always inevitable. Not unexpectedly, governments have instituted several measures to mitigate unchecked spread of the virus.
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Years ago, doctors were instantly recognizable. They dressed in smart attire and white coats. Male doctors sported ties, long sleeves and well-polished leather shoes. And so too was the case with women doctors, crisp business suits and matching footwear. Many would don a stethoscope round their necks, with some tagging a medical bag along. They walked with a bloated air of self-importance.
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Most of us have grown up with some ingrained habits. Some good, some bad, and some just plainly stupid. Some things we do subconsciously, but we still knowingly get onto pretty unhealthy habits. Being conscious of healthier behavior steers us clear of diseases we could well do without.
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Once you stop using a reversible contraceptive, you should expect to conceive fairly quickly. Some methods, like the injectables, may delay the resumption of regular periods depending on the duration of use. But once the periods resume, implying regular release of eggs (ovulation), conception should then follow. If however you do not conceive within a year, there is usually a likelihood that something else may be affecting your chances of conception.
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Why are some people perennially unwell, while others are busy whistling away in good health? Is it all to do with bad luck? While some may have better odds of being free from disease, others can proactively limit their predilection to certain illnesses. Complex factors are at play when it comes to getting one illness or another.
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