Nike recently unveiled a new plus-size mannequin in its flagship store in Oxford Street, London. While the move was initially hailed as a giant leap forward for inclusivity in sportwear, things quickly took a detour when critics’ comments sparked a social media furore. The debate that has ensued has offered far more important insight into the real issues that should be addressed, especially when it comes to physical and psychological health.
Burnout is an increasingly noted workplace phenomenon. While it is still not considered a medical condition, the new ICD definition recognises that it has a legitimate influence on an affected person’s health status and is considered a valid reason for people seeking healthcare services.
If you think 'herbal' and 'natural' automatically means a product or supplement is 'safe' and 'safe to use during pregnancy, it's time to think again. Research shows that this is not always the case with many natural and herbal products and supplements and that some commonly used herbs and herbal products may cause unwanted side effects and could be linked to adverse pregnancy outcomes.