The modern office-based workforce, especially in the rapidly growing economies of Asia, spends long hours at workstations or in front of computers. This has led to a growing health issue known as “Office Syndrome”, which refers to a spectrum of physical and psychological symptoms.
Benefits of Meditation: Meditation, an age-old practice across many cultures to help foster mental clarity and relaxation, has gained global recognition for its multitude of health benefits. This form of mindfulness is no longer confined to spiritual contexts; it is now actively researched by the medical community for its potent role in promoting overall medical […]
In this article, we explore the potential benefits of using AI chatbots for health diagnosis and the challenges associated with implementing AI in the healthcare industry.
Art therapy offers a creative, nonverbal outlet for emotions that may be too complex or difficult to put into words.
Considering its high prevalence among Asian office workers, comprehending and managing burnout is vital for fostering a healthier work environment.
Employee burnout is a major concern for organisations globally, with employees with higher work-related burnout at baseline having a higher number of sickness absence days than employees with lower work-related burnout.
Need a cup of coffee? Most of us reach out for that hot brew effortlessly without even realising that a complex system of musculoskeletal and brain processes is hard at work. However, for patients with reduced mobility, even grabbing a simple spoon may prove to be rather challenging.
Do you find yourself sitting too much, and are somewhat concerned about the long-term effects of a sedentary lifestyle?
Acne, commonly found in the face, chest and back regions, can be a frustrating problem that many young people (and adults) deal with regularly, resulting in social embarrassment or detrimental psychological effects. Acne is a condition which develops in and around the hair follicles and their oil-producing glands (sebaceous glands) have the potential to scar a person’s face.
Constant vigilance of the situation and long-term preparations must be carried out in anticipation of dangerous mutations as the virus continues to evolve, and the possibility of the next big pandemic.