Tag: Health

Older Fathers Risk Health Of Unborn Children And Partners

Men should consider their own biological clock when planning their families. A new study found that, like women, men over the age of 45 experience physical changes that might affect the wellbeing of their partners and children.

Public Health May 14, 2019

Millennials' Health Worse Than GenX, According To Blue Cross Report

Health and wellness may seem like a priority, but millennials are on track to be less healthy than their Gen X counterparts. Why is this important?

Healthy Living/Wellness April 25, 2019

'Dry January' Can Help People Control Alcohol Intake For The Rest Of The Year, Says Study

Start the new year by participating in a campaign that encourages people to reduce their alcohol consumption. Those who joined last year's Dry January reported improved health and better control of their drinking throughout 2018.

Healthy Living/Wellness January 3, 2019

International Report Says Climate Change Causing Cascading Health Issues

Climate change poses a serious health risk to the public, said 150 experts from the United States. The increasingly warming global temperature could bring extreme weather, food and water crisis, and diseases.

Public Health November 29, 2018

Snacking On Cottage Cheese Before Bedtime Can Help People Lose Weight, Says Study

Eating cottage cheese before bedtime should be integrated into everyone's diet. A new study found that cottage cheese and, possibly, whole foods in general aid in weight loss and overall health.

Healthy Living/Wellness October 31, 2018

Carrie Underwood Opens Up About 3 Miscarriages In 2 Years

Carrie Underwood revealed that she had a tough 2017. In the past two years, the country singer had three miscarriages that inspired her to write her new album, 'Cry Pretty.'

Celebrities September 17, 2018

A Certain Type Of Gut Bacteria Might Be Able To Convert Your Blood Type

Researchers led by Stephen Withers from the University of British Columbia have found a way to revolutionize blood transfusion. The team discovered that an enzyme found in the human gut can transform blood types.

Medicine August 23, 2018

Only 23 Percent Of Adults In The United States Get Enough Exercise

According to data published by the CDC, only around 23 percent of adults in America are getting the required amount of exercise in their spare time. The data also showed that the state with the highest number of adults that exercise is Colorado.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 28, 2018

The Brain Just Can’t Resist Foods With Both Fats And Carbs

New research says people are bad at guessing the caloric content of foods high in both fats and carbs. It also suggests people are willing to pay more for them, even those who don’t like eating fatty and carb-rich foods.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 15, 2018

Woman's Life Saved By Doctor Who Spotted Cancerous Lump In Her Throat During HGTV Appearance

A woman who appeared on the HGTV show, 'Beachfront Bargain Hunt' was informed by a doctor watching the show of a lump in her throat. The woman discovered she had thyroid cancer after getting a checkup.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 6, 2018

'Fantastic Beasts' Star Johnny Depp's 'Sickly' Appearance Concerns Fans As His 'Erratic' Behavior Allegedly Continues

Actor Johnny Depp's latest appearance has fans questioning if he is in good health. The actor has been involved in various personal and legal problems following his tumultuous divorce from his ex-wife, Amber Heard.

Movies/TV Shows June 4, 2018

Walking At A Faster Pace Is Good For The Heart And Can Help Prevent Premature Death

Researchers suggest that walking a faster rate is better for the heart. A study showed that for people who walked faster had a significantly lower risk of dying young or having a stroke or heart attack.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 2, 2018

Samsung Is Bringing Medical Consultations To Phones In The UK: Report

Samsung and Babylon Health are reportedly joining forces for AI-powered medical consults in the UK. The initiative will be a paid service and could later expand to more markets worldwide.

Apps/Software June 1, 2018

Getting A Divorce Can Potentially Be Harmful For A Person's Health

A new study shows that people who were divorced or separated are more likely to suffer from health problems. Participants who were divorced and did not remarry are at a higher risk of dying at an early age.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 31, 2018

Aerobic Exercising Can Help Treat Addictions To Alcohol And Drugs, A New Study Suggests

A new study shows that aerobic exercising can help combat a person's addiction to drugs and alcohol. This particular exercise also helps reduce stress and depression as well as many physical health issues.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 29, 2018

Hot Dogs Vs. Hamburgers, Which Is Better For You To Eat?

Is a hot dog a healthier option than a hamburger? Experts have broken down the number of calories and sodium in each of these summer classic foods and the answer may be surprising.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 29, 2018

Removing Shoes After Coming Home Could Help With Weight Loss By Keeping Chemicals That Affect Hormones Out

Researchers in Portugal claimed that chemicals from outdoors can affect a person's hormones, which could lead to weight gain. The scientists suggest that one way to keep the chemicals out is to remove shoes when arriving home.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 21, 2018

Exercising 4-5 Days A Week Could Help Your Heart Remain Youthful, New Study Suggests

A new study conducted by various researchers in Texas showed that exercising four to five days a week helped decrease aging in the heart and major arteries. Participants of the study ranged from 60 years and older.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 21, 2018

Alcohol And Tobacco Attribute To More Deaths Worldwide Than Illegal Drugs, New Study Suggests

According to a new study, excessive consumption of alcohol and tobacco is more deadly than using any illegal drugs. Alcohol and tobacco contributed to more deaths worldwide than opioids and prescription drugs.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 11, 2018

Woman Dies Allegedly From Flesh-Eating Bacteria After Being Undiagnosed In First 2 Doctor Visits

A woman who contracted flesh-eating bacteria allegedly from a vacation in Florida has died. She only underwent biopsy on her third doctor visit and a surgery 2 months before her death.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 11, 2018

Nurse Suspected Of Spreading Hepatitis C Denies Having The Virus

Cora Weber, the nurse suspected of spreading hepatitis C, has admitted to taking discarded drugs from the hospital she worked at but denied having the virus or reusing needles on patients. Her lawyers also highlight she is a regular blood donor.

Public Health May 10, 2018

Cerebrospinal Fluid Leak: Signs, Symptoms, And Treatment

Recently, a woman who thought she had a runny nose found out that it was actually cerebrospinal fluid leaking out of her brain. Here are all the symptoms of the medical condition and what one can do to treat it.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 10, 2018

A New Study Claiming Cellphones Were Responsible For The Rise In Brain Tumors In England, Dismissed By Experts

A new study that was published in the Journal of Environmental and Public Health claimed cell phones were responsible for the rise of brain tumors in England. This study was dismissed by experts for lack of evidence.

Public Health May 3, 2018

How To Live A Long Healthy Life With Simple Habits And 30-Minute Exercises (Or Less)

Leading a healthy lifestyle can add more than a decade to one's life expectancy, and some simple healthy habits can work wonders. Staying fit is also important, so here are some tips for short workouts with great results.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 1, 2018

The Ministry Of Health Accused Of 'Body Shaming' People With Tweet That Suggest Being Vegetarian Is 'Healthier'

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has been accused of 'body shaming' people in a new tweet that has since been deleted. The tweet showed people who consume fatty foods are more likely to be considered 'unhealthy.'

Healthy Living/Wellness April 24, 2018

6 Ways To Lower High Blood Pressure

From genetics to being overweight, and eating too much salty food, there are plenty of risk factors that are the underlying cause of high blood pressure. Here are six ways to lower high blood pressure.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 12, 2018

Coffee Or Tea: Which Is Better For Your Health?

More than 75 percent of people drink coffee, while 40 percent of people drink tea. Both offer many health benefits, including lowering the risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Which is better for your health, coffee or tea?

Healthy Living/Wellness March 11, 2018

Do You Snore? Sleep Expert Shares Tips On How To Stop Snoring.

More than 66 percent of people in relationships say that their partners snore, a new study has found. A sleep expert shares the number reason why people snore and tips to stop snoring, as it's cause for people to sleep in separate bedrooms.

Neuroscience March 11, 2018

Daylight Saving Time Is Bad For Your Health, Says Study

Daylight saving time is bad for your health, a study has found. The time change can cause symptoms of anxiety, depression, and heart attacks. Here's everything you need to know.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 10, 2018

High Levels Of Vitamin D Reduces Risk Of Cancer By 50 Percent, Says Study

People with high levels of vitamin D may reduce the risk of developing cancer by 50 percent, according to a new study. Vitamin D can be found in food like cheese, the sun, and regular intake of vitamin D supplements.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 9, 2018

More Than 700 Canadian Doctors Protest Pay Raises Saying They're Getting Paid Too Much

Doctors in Quebec are protesting their own pay raises negotiated by their unions. They argue that other healthcare professionals are struggling and that the money should be used elsewhere it is needed.

Public Health March 8, 2018

Office Workers Exposed To Harmful Bacteria That Causes Illness, Says Microbiologist

From your workspace to office kitchens and copy machines, there are many office supplies that are contaminated with harmful bacteria. A microbiologist has revealed the biggest reason why people get sick at the office.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 4, 2018

Transgender Surgeries On The Rise In The US, Says Study

A new study conducted by the researchers from Johns Hopkins University finds that transgender surgeries are on the rise in the United States. There are more than 1.4 million adults looking to get transgender surgery in the country.

Life & Style March 4, 2018

How To Wake Up Early Every Morning

Are you a night owl? If so, you're probably wondering how people wake up early every morning. To help, we've created a guide on how to help night owls prevent from hitting the snooze button.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 2, 2018

Stressed Out? TouchPoints Wearable Device Helps Relieve Stress In Less Than 30 Seconds

Feeling stressed out from school, work, or family life? This wearable device promises to help relieve anxiety, ADHD, autism, and stress among men and women. Here's everything you need to know.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 2, 2018

Love Drinking Tea? These Are The Best Herbal Teas For Your Health

Love drinking tea? There are many different types of tea, including chamomile tea, black tea, and green tea. We've compiled a list of the best herbal teas to improve your health.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 1, 2018

Don't Have Dental Insurance? Windchime App Helps You Book Last-Minute Discounted Dentist Appointments

Need to go to the dentist but don't have insurance? A new app claims to help those without insurance by booking last-minute dentist appointments, in addition to giving up to 40 percent off appointments.

Apps/Software February 28, 2018

Birth Control Doesn’t Cause Depression, Says Study

Women have raised concerns about the link between depression and different types of hormonal birth control. A new study found that birth control doesn't cause depression and here's everything you need to know.

Healthy Living/Wellness February 27, 2018

How To Prevent Asthma Symptoms While Using Household Cleaning Products

Got asthma while cleaning the house? The most common household cleaning products such as bleach, window and glass cleaner, and air fresheners trigger asthma symptoms and migraines. Here's a guide on how to prevent asthma symptoms while using cleaning products.

Healthy Living/Wellness February 26, 2018

There Are Benefits Of Being A Pessimist, Scientists Say

Most people fall into two categories: optimists or pessimists. Optimistic people are always happy, while pessimists prepare for the worst in life. A new study has found that there are benefits of being a pessimist.

Healthy Living/Wellness February 24, 2018

Drinking Acidic Fruit Tea Can Damage Your Teeth, Scientists Say

Drinking tea comes with plenty of health benefits. However, a new study has found that acidic fruit tea can cause damage to teeth. Here’s everything you need to know.

Healthy Living/Wellness February 24, 2018

Binge-Watching Is Bad For Your Health: Study

Do you stream a lot of movies and TV shows on Netflix? A new study has found that binge-watching is bad for your health. Here's everything you need to know.

Healthy Living/Wellness February 22, 2018

Trying To Lose Weight? Stop Counting Calories, Says Study

It's a new year, which means men and women around the world are trying to lose weight. Most people track calories consumed with food track apps, but a new study says stop.

Healthy Living/Wellness February 22, 2018

Top Signs And Symptoms Of Kidney Stones

Many men and women suffer from painful kidney stones of which there are four different types of. Here are the top signs and symptoms of kidney stones you need to know.

Healthy Living/Wellness February 22, 2018

Florida House Of Representatives Declares Porn A Public Health Risk After Declining Gun Control Bill

Following the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the Florida House of Representatives declined a gun control bill. Instead it opted to declare pornography a public health risk.

Public Health February 22, 2018

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