How to deal with winter depression

“The winter blues, start acting before it’s too late,” reads a popular poster addressing the infamous Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), also known as winter depression. One moment you’re breathing in the refreshing cold air and celebrating Christmas, and the next, you’re lying in bed on a dark cloudy afternoon, struggling to find the trace of …

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5 strategies to address embarrassing problems with your doctor

Sitting down with a person that you’ve just known for a few minutes to share your innermost secrets and discuss your quirky symptoms can be an awkward and stressful experience. Embarrassing health woes can be anything ranging from sexual dysfunction, sexually-transmitted infections and diseases, urinary incontinence, to hair loss and body odor.  However, as embarrassing …

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The difference between a penetration test and a vulnerability scan

Virtually every company right now uses computers, or cloud services to run its operations as well as store (often very sensitive) data. While collecting and storing data is imperative to run a business nowadays, at the same time these companies are facing a tremendous risk of cybersecurity breaches. There are, of course, a few ways …

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The challenges of emergency evacuation and medical repatriation

For expats who are working or living in remote locations where medical facilities are either lacking or not up to standard, it may be important to include emergency evacuation and medical repatriation cover in their health insurance. In this Pacific Prime Hong Kong article, we’ll discuss what emergency evacuation and medical repatriation is, the challenges, …

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