COVID-19 can be more lethal for patients with comorbidities, such as chronic kidney or heart disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus.
In this article, we are focusing on how a person with diabetes can cope effectively with COVID-19, encompassing both preventive tips and safety measures once infected, as complications may arise when symptoms are not managed at the outset.
How have you been coping these past eight months stuck inside our houses since the lockdown started? We regularly see in the news updates of Covid statistics – the number of those who’ve been infected with the virus, those who died, and those who recovered. But what about those who’ve been suffering from anxiety, anguish, depression, and other mental health… Read more »
The global fight against hepatitis is far from over. About 325 million people worldwide are still affected by this infectious killer, according to the World Health Organization. The disease kills nearly two million people every year, and the number is still increasing. Health experts warn that the lack of awareness about the disease and proper prevention and treatment are the… Read more »
Water makes up more than 2/3 of the human body and is very vital to every living organism. However, clean and safe drinking water is not always available and accessible. Especially when you live in a third-world country like the Philippines. Many would unknowingly consume unsanitary water which contains bacteria such as E. coli, salmonella, and be exposed to various illnesses such… Read more »