4 Ways You Can Effectively Deal with Cabin Fever

Cabin fever is an umbrella term for a psychological phenomenon brought about by prolonged isolation from the outside world. In more serious cases, it can be likened to claustrophobia, which can lead to elevated feelings of distress, anxiety, and loneliness. Other symptoms include decreased motivation, poor sleep quality, irritability, etc. Due to the required social distancing protocols, many people are experiencing cabin fever for the first time. For some of you, this is the first time you’ve ever had to quarantine for this long, and it could understandably be difficult,…

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Jogging or dancing: what should you choose?

Another year has passed and one thing that is probably on most people’s New Year’s resolutions list is to start living a more healthy lifestyle. That’s easier said than done because people don’t know where and how to start. The rule of thumb is to start eating healthier and start exercising. When it comes to exercising, most people instantly think about jogging. After all, jogging is the most popular form of exercise. However, there is one type of physical exercise that is often overlooked, and that is dancing. Not only…

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Is there a concern with Big Pharma and the FDA a regulatory system?

The FDA is responsible for protecting public health by making sure that medical devices, drugs, biological products, food and cosmetics are safe, efficient and secure. The FDA also helps to speed up innovations to the market that make medical products more effective and economical. Image Credit One of its most important tasks is to approve drugs in the US, which can be a timely operation with a lot of communication between FDA reviewers and the companies that want to manufacture the drug. You have to be highly trained and wear…

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