It is health that is real wealth, and not pieces of gold and silver. An old English proverb says ‘Don’t dig your grave with your own knife and fork’. You are what you eat. Whatever goes inside of you is portrayed on the external. … More How to Stay Healthy this Month
The importance that proper symptoms communication plays in the process of quality diagnosis cannot be underestimated; not only does it help the patient to recover quickly and better, while also being cost-effective, it also saves the Health Care Provider (HCP) time and help them to channel their energy in the right direction.
N.B- One challenge that medical practitioners have with their patients is patients’ non-compliance with medical advice. Especially as it concerns tests and drug use. Many times, the center for tests are often different from the initial point of consultation, and when tests is numerous, patients skip some which should have contributed to the diagnosis process. Drug use is often skipped too due to several like-a-work schedule. … More Doctor-Patient Communication: How to Prepare for a Visit to the Hospital
Most people misinterpret Water to be the least essential among the classes of food because it is usually listed last, however, this would be a wrong school of thought, as Water is the Universal solvent that dissolves and ensures the proper digestion of all the other classes of food.
That being said, let’s look into the precise health benefit of Water. … More Health Benefits of Water
The state of being completely healthy comprises of your physical, mental and emotional well-being. Often times, most people think that being healthy involves staying free from diseases. While this is true, our total well being includes our physical, mental, psychological and emotional health. … More Health Tips for this Month
Drug overdose, which most people count as negligence on the part of the nurse and other medical teams, has sent millions of people to early grave and untimely death and it still happens every day, but if every patient can be at alert while in the hospital, then majority of patients won’t be a victim, because if you are not comfortable with your medication and you keep quiet, then drug overdose may also be your fault. … More Drug Overdose Might Be Your Fault