healthy living

The high costs of smoking

By JASON BLACKSHAW
10/06/2020
What are Diabetic Socks and Why Might You Need Them?

Ever seen an advertisement for something called “diabetic socks,” and wondered what in the world that was about? Can socks get diabetes? Can other items of clothing be diabetic? What does diabetes have to do with feet anyway?

14/05/2020
Top 10 supplements that should be used for men and women

Here a list for you with some supplements that can help improve your body functions and make you live happier

13/05/2020
Five Cleaning Tips to Combat Coronavirus

Dr. Bronner’s introduces, especially for these days, an organic herbal spray that kills bacteria quickly when soap and water are not available.

By NERIA BARR
12/04/2020
Quickly declining sperm count in the Western world: result of poor diet?

New studies have investigated nutritional value in one’s diet as a possible explanation for sperm count, showing an association between an unhealthy diet and a decreased count.

By HANNAH HEPNER
24/02/2020
Fetal ultrasound: Monitoring the birth of a nation

Israel has a highly developed health care system, and citizens have access to highly developed medical diagnostic technologies.

By JASON BLACKSHAW
15/01/2020
Breast cancer ribbon
Breast cancer survivors face other health risks after treatment

Breast cancer is the most common primary cancer and second most common cause of cancer-related death among women in the U.S., according to the National Cancer Institute.

By REUTERS
19/12/2019
A player is pictured during his "Futbol de Peso" (Soccer of Weight ) league soccer match
Half of U.S. adults to be obese by 2030 with 1 in 4 severely obese

The state with the highest rate of severe obesity, the researchers project, will be Arkansas, at 29.6%, with Oklahoma, West Virginia and Louisiana coming in just behind.

By REUTERS
19/12/2019
Healthcare and technology [Illustrative]
Calling Dr. Fischer

Healthcare has always been a part of my home.

Taking blood for an HIV test [illustrative]
Blood supplies inadequate in many countries

But the study of the blood supply and demands for transfusions based on common health issues in 195 countries found that 119 of them may not have enough blood to meet the population’s needs.

By REUTERS
16/11/2019
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