Mitigating psychiatric disorder relapse in pregnancy during pandemic

Dr. Lee S. Cohen, Director of the Ammon-Pinizzotto Center for Women’s Mental Health at Massachusetts General Hospital, recently shared his insights on mitigating psychiatric relapse during pregnancy amidst the COVID-19 pandemic with Ob.Gyn News on August 28th, 2020 In a previous column, I addressed some of the issues that quickly arose in the context of the… Read More »

NSW records 9 new COVID cases

New South Wales has recorded nine new cases of coronavirus in the past the 24 hours, with one case under investigation about its origin. The state’s health department confirmed four of the new cases were from returned travellers, while the other five cases were locally acquired. NSW health officer, Dr Christine Selvey said one case… Read More »

High cholesterol bad diet

If your doctor recommends medication to help lower your cholesterol, take it as prescribed while continuing your lifestyle changes. Aside from being rich in cholesterol, eggs are an excellent source of highly absorbable protein and loaded with beneficial nutrients like B vitamins, selenium and vitamin A Hypothyroidism: Should I take iodine supplements? One study in… Read More »

The Unexpected Muscles You’ll Strengthen Whilst Paddleboarding

The greatest benefit by far of paddleboarding is the positive impact it has on one’s mental health, the brain. SUP is a form of ecotherapy. Connecting with nature in this way has both mental and physical health benefits particularly useful in managing and reducing stress and anxiety. Studies have shown that simply being near bodies… Read More »

Ketogenic diet and statins

Additionally, the particle size of LDL increased by an average of 5. Medically reviewed by Gerhard Whitworth, Ketogenic. But for statns. And liver enzymes, indicating liver damage. The first is triglycerides, a fatty acid that stores energy for later use. The role of dietary cholesterol in human health has been a controversial topic. These data… Read More »