Healthy Living/Wellness

Number Of Push Ups One Can Do May Indicate Heart Health

Men who can do more than 40 pushups have a higher risk of experiencing heart issues, according to a new study. Researchers believe that the ability to do pushups can be used to screen for cardiovascular diseases.

by Diane Samson

Public Health

State Sanctioned Vaccine Exemptions Could Force Federal Hands To Move, Says FDA Chief

The FDA might take action if the states continue to allow parents to not vaccinate children despite the declaration of measles outbreaks in five states. There are currently 17 states that allow vaccine exemptions for philosophical reasons.

by Diane Samson

Public Health

Killer Immune Cells Could Fight Off 3 Influenza Strains Permanently

Strains of flu virus mutate each season, making it difficult for the immune system to detect and fight off infection. A new study showed renewed hope for a universal flu vaccine that could attach all three strains of influenza virus.

by Rubi Valdez

Google Maps AR Navigation Is Now Available To Some Users

For those who have a weak sense of direction, there’s now an AR-powered Google Map. Currently being tested by a select number of people, the new feature uses a phone’s camera to find a user’s exact location.

Lobster Bellies Could Inspire High-Tech Full Body Armor For Humans

The soft membrane of the lobster could improve human body armor used in law enforcement. The researchers at MIT found that the natural hydrogel that connects the exoskeleton is as tough as industrial rubber but remains flexible to movement.

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