It is very important for seniors to maintain a diet that is rich in protein. Consuming too little causes seniors to experience nutritional deficiencies that are related to other diseases, therefore affecting their quality of life.Read more
The fast pace of modern day life, the demands of work, social commitments and the laundry list of things we have to do, which even include watching television, leaves us without the time to get away and take a break from our routine.
Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders with the greatest consequences on one’s social life and health.Read more
With the hope of reducing the risks of malnourishment in children under age five, World Food Day will take place this year with the theme, “Climate is changing. Food and agriculture must too.”Read more
It is known that throughout life, the brain does not wear out. #The greatest characteristic of this organ is its ability #to constantly change.
While men sometimes appear to be cryptic in their romantic relationships, they tend to seek opportunities for having conversations with their friends.
While they initially fear them and believe that they will not know how to work them, seniors can learn to use different devices and digital applications with the right type of help.
Between 10 and 15% of our total energy intake should come from proteins.Read more
Eliminating human deaths caused by rabies by 2030 is the goal in which the WHO is invested.Read more