Isabella Whitmore US

Isabella Whitmore US

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Safety Tips on How to Use Essential Oils for Babies

Essential oils have long been used as a supplement to medicine. They have been around for many centuries before they became popular in-home use. Recently, essential oils are the latest craze in natural remedies. Many people rely on them for relaxation, relieving stress, improving sleep patterns, easing allergies, and much more. However, they should be used with extra care especially for babies.

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The Best Ways to Lose Baby Weight

Many moms feel frustrated by the changes in their body after giving birth. Although it is possible for most women to lose their pregnancy weight without much effort. The shift that happens in their lifestyle when baby arrives brings new challenges that makes getting back into shape tough.

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Healthy Ways to Lose Weight After Pregnancy

Many moms wish to magically lose the extra pregnancy pounds once the baby arrives. However, no one snaps back into shape right away. Not even celebrities. In fact, losing weight after pregnancy is more challenging than pre-baby.

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A Healthy Guide to Lose Baby Weight

One of the most common worries of women after giving birth is how to lose baby weight. Having a bulging belly or not fitting into your old jeans can be frustrating. However, there is no immediate way to get back into shape after pregnancy. It takes months and must be done carefully to maintain a healthy body for you and your baby.

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Getting Back into Shape After Pregnancy

Giving birth is such a wonderful blessing. Although many wish that it came without weight gain or belly fat. One of postpartum stresses women face, especially first-time moms, is how to get back into shape. Losing weight is harder than ever this time because of many factors.

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Stress is Beneficial But Can Lead to Serious Problems

We often regard stress negatively but it is actually beneficial for our survival.

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How Much Stress Can Affect Your Life?

Feeling the rush in the morning when you are running late to work, urging you to study few hours before the exam, sharpening your concentration for a game-winning shot, and driving you to slam on the brakes to avoid a car accident are just few examples of how your body reacts to stressful situations.

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How Stress Affects your Health, Work, and Relationships to People

Stress is the body’s natural reaction to threat. It allows you to prepare for challenges and quickly react to emergency situations. For instance, it makes you run and think faster when being chased by a dog. Stress is beneficial for survival but can take a toll on health, work, and relationships when it lasts longer than necessary.

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Insufficient Water Supply in The Midst of Pandemic

COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the entire world and one of the most effective actions we can take to protect ourselves against the disease is frequent handwashing. While it is simple and cheap for many of us, unfortunately, billions of people are facing difficulty in complying with this safety measure as they don’t have enough water.

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Water Scarcity and COVID-19

COVID-19 is a global pandemic that continues to cause hundreds of thousands of deaths, health threats, and economic issues. It instills fear in people and economic threats to governments as the disease is transmitted rapidly and kills thousands of people daily. Community lockdowns and quarantines has been implemented to control the spread of the disease, causing hunger in households and catastrophic effects to economies.

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The Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Education

The threat of the COVID-19 pandemic caused schools all over the world to closed leaving more than 1.2 billion students away from their classrooms. Social distancing and staying at home are efficient precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the deadly virus. However, what changes will the widespread school closure have on us?

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Solutions to Reduce Plastic Pollution

We are all aware of the disastrous effects of plastic on the environment, animals, and our health. It widely accumulates in landfill and oceans causing global warming, deaths to animals, and diseases to humans. However, we continue to produce and use them. Why?

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Who is Cooking? Gender Inequality in the Kitchen

“A woman’s place is in the kitchen.” Is this saying still true today?

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Do We Have adequate Access to Clean Water?

Adequate access to clean water helps prevent the spread of diseases including COVID-19 which impacted the entire world. In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO) highly suggest frequent handwashing to reduce the spread of the disease as it is one of the most effective actions you can take to protect yourself against COVID-19.

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Why Women are The Primary Cooks in The Home?

When one asks about who is cooking in the home, most fingers would point to women. Being the weaker sex women are traditionally responsible for managing domestic labor while men are responsible for working outside to provide for the family’s needs. Even up to today in which men are getting involved in domestic labor, women are still naturally assigned to food preparation. Why?

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