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Tips for Practicing Positive Thinking

Tips for Practicing Positive Thinking

Do you tend to see the glass as half-empty or half full? What is Positive Psychology? Positive psychology studies what makes life most worth living and focuses on human strengths and virtues. It does not necessarily mean ignoring the bad things; instead, it involves making the most of the potentially bad situations and trying to

Guidelines for the Early Detection of Cancer

Screening tests are used to find cancer before a person has any symptoms. Breast cancer Women within the age range 40 – 44 should have the choice to start annual breast cancer screening with mammograms (x-rays of the breast) if they wish to do so Women within the age range 45 -54 should get mammograms

How to prevent muscle loss as you age?

Age-related muscle loss, called sarcopenia, is a natural part of aging. While it can decrease life expectancy and quality of life, there are actions you can take to prevent and even reverse this condition. Factors that accelerate your muscle loss: 1. Immobility: including a sedentary Lifestyle 2. Unbalanced diet: providing insufficient calories and protein 3.

GlobeMed Egypt Releases the Cancer Bulletin Depicting New Cancer Cases among its Population of insured members

GlobeMed recognizes the importance of spreading awareness about prevention & early detection to halt the spread of cancer. As part of these efforts, GlobeMed has finalized an exhaustive research about cancer in Egypt based on its experience and the information available to GlobeMed Egypt at the date of this study. The study, with data covering

GlobeMed and Saint Joseph University Successfully Launch the Health Information Analysis Diploma Program

GlobeMed Group and the Higher Institute of Public Health (ISSP) at Saint Joseph University have teamed up to offer students a tailored diploma program in Health Information Analysis. The program was launched on October 8th, 2020 and is delivered online by a team of instructors from USJ and GlobeMed. Students from various nationalities and countries

Your Fitness Journey – Squats

Squats are referred to as the “king of all exercises” in view of the fact that they have a huge impact on building your muscles, especially your buttocks, hamstrings as well as the quadriceps, which are the biggest muscle groups in the body. In addition, performing squats properly will help you: Shape perfect curves Reduce

How to detect early warning signs of breast cancer?

Breast cancer can cause several changes to the skin on and around the breast. However, in some cases, breast cancer may not cause any symptoms, but it can be detected on a mammogram. Some common, warning signs of breast cancer include: Changes to the skin’s texture: thickening, scaly skin around the nipple… Nipple discharge: other

Tips on How to Take Off a Face Mask

Wearing a mask while in public has become essential during COVID19 pandemic. You should wash your hands before wearing a face mask and never touch the mask while wearing it. Below are some important tips on how to take off a face mask: Carefully, untie the strings behind your head or stretch the ear loops

Practice Planks for A full-body Workout

With the recent Coronavirus pandemic, you may be concerned about going to the gym. However, if you want to stay active at home, you can use your own body to do a variety of body weight exercises such as planks. Plank exercises are time efficient, do not require sports equipment and strengthen different muscle groups.