Early in the pandemic, video conferencing became the only way many of us could work, socialize, see a doctor or take a yoga class, among many other activities. By now, it’s become a fixture of the work-from-home lifestyle. Two new studies led by Stanford Medicine researchers examined whether we work, behave and feel differently in these virtual versus in-person interactions and what’s going on in our brains.
Microneedling is a revolutionary skincare treatment that has gained popularity in recent years due to its numerous benefits, including reducing the appearance of scars, wrinkles, and acne, and promoting collagen production. Edmonton, the bustling capital […]
In this article, we will introduce you to 12 incredibly effective foot massage techniques that will leave you feeling rejuvenated and relaxed. Foot massages aren’t just a luxury; they provide numerous health benefits, such as […]
For at least three decades, researchers have gathered evidence that chronic stress puts pressure on the body to constantly adjust itself to restore physiological stability. This process is known as allostatic load and it creates a cascade […]