It’s no surprise that so many people find stress is their most loyal companion nowadays.
In today’s hustle-bustle society, many people rush from their beds out into their lives and get back home just in time to crash, before doing it all over again the next day. We are often easily carried away by the racing thoughts and stress, which often we don’t even realise it’s eating ourselves piece by piece.
Act before it’s too late! Take care of your mental health to move forward. You can calm your mind amid chaos and lead a meaningful life.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer. If detected early, it can be easily cured with a relatively simple surgery. This is why skin cancer only contributes to less than 1% of all cancer deaths. It is categorized into three main types, which is basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma.
Pork hock, also known as “pig trotters” by local is the joint between the tibia/fibula and the metatarsal of the foot. It is usually cooked with sweet vinegar and many Chinese enjoy this traditional dish. Asides from it being packed with flavour, the pork hock is popular because it contains little meat with plenty of collagen.
You probably sit down a lot during daytime in front of your computer, either playing online games or working (unless you are too busy catching Pokemon), and you might have heard of the downside of sitting down for too long. Well, what if I tell you standing for too long has its own downside too, like varicose veins?
The varicose veins, in fact, look like groups of worms swimming in your sea of muscles, which unlike models’ pair of legs looking smooth and perfect all the time. Varicose veins are dilated, tortuous veins that you can usually see at the calf of the lower limb in certain individuals. The adult prevalence of studies of varicose veins is 25-30 percent in women and 15 percent in men.