Ever since Covid-19 hit our sunny little island, most of our daily routines have changed *cue no more McDonald’s or BBT*. Despite the inconveniences, it is certainly a privilege for those of us who can stay home with our loved ones without worrying about a loss of income or bringing food to the table.
The widespread coronavirus pandemic is a landmark event in the entire history of the modern world. The unrelenting pace of the disease, leading to governments imposing stringent social distancing measures to combat its spread, has virtually changed the face of human interaction.
With the current circuit breaker measure to keep everyone home, our favorite gyms and yoga studios are now closed. For those of you who need to keep up with your usual workout routines, the ladies at SMG’s Editorial Team has tried and tested out some of these popular exercise videos available online and here’s our verdict!
Perhaps you’re one of the many readers who are sceptics, not willing to concede to the superficialities of modern society, nor willing to conform to snap judgements of someone you’re meeting for the first time.
Hands are the parts of bodies that have the most contact with everything, from other people to objects in our everyday life, to even our bodies! As adults, we often touch our faces many times a day without realising it, what’s more for children.
We use our eyes and vision for a vast variety of tasks and activities – our jobs, social interactions with family, friends and loved ones, hobbies, reading, sport, and driving all depend on having healthy eyes and excellent vision.
Dental bridges are a great, permanent solution for replacing missing teeth. You don’t have to deal with the inconvenience of having to remove dentures to clean them everyday, and bridges are more aesthetically pleasing and comfortable.
If you’re going to get a dental crown treatment, you’d likely want it to last as long as possible. Although you can replace a dental crown that’s fallen out or cracked, proper care and planning can help you avoid problems with your dental crown.
The first thing a lady should do is to see a doctor if she feels a lump in her breast. From there, the doctor will refer you to a specialist who will do a scan, either an ultrasound and/or a mammogram.