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Is Exercise More Effective Than Medication for Mental Health?

Regular exercise can significantly improve symptoms of both depression and anxiety. Even as little as 10 to 15 minutes of exercise at a time...

Legalizing Cannabis Fails to Address Health Risks, UN Says

The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) has warned about the negative health effects and psychotic disorders caused by the increased recreational use of cannabis....

Dangers of Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes Highlighted by Greece’s Health Ministry

The health ministry of Greece has issued a warning about the risks of disease-carrying mosquitoes, urging both the public and relevant health bodies to...

Healthy Lifestyle Could Lower Risk for Long COVID, Study Says

The recent Household Pulse Survey has revealed the staggering impact of COVID-19 on Americans; 40% reported having contracted it, and a shocking 19% are...

Whisky Improves Skin Health New Study Claims

Ingredients derived from Scotland's national drink, whisky, have been shown to have positive effects on the skin. This includes minimizing puffiness and inflammation, taming redness,...

Pelé Joined by Family as Health Worsens

Brazilian soccer icon Pele, 81, is joined by family at his hospital bedside this Christmas weekend, as his health has worsened. 

Trahana: Greece’s Healthy Comfort Food Will Warm You Up

Trachanas is a staple Greek recipe ready in minutes, filling, and full of vitamins. However, the process of making it actually takes months.

Daylight Saving Time Harmful to Health

Daylight-saving time has ended once again this year. The ongoing tradition is followed in most parts of the world, including the United States, Europe,...

Unvaccinated Healthcare Workers in Greece to Return to Posts

Unvaccinated healthcare workers in Greece who were removed from their posts for refusing to get COVID-19 shots will be allowed to return to their...

Greeks Rank at the Top of the EU in Positive Self-Perceived Health

Greek and Maltese nationals aged 45-64 ranked first in the European Union in terms of positive self-perception of their health.