Europeans sing health workers' praises nightly from windows
PARIS (AP) — At a time of isolation, people in many European cities hit hard by the new coronavirus are taking at least a minute each night to come together in gratitude.
The Health Department website was attacked in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic
The US Health and Human Services Department was the victim of a cyberattack yesterday, the agency confirmed to Recode.
Bloomberg, which was first to report the attack on Monday morning, initially described it as a hack, but updates to its story removed the word “hack,” instead referring to it as “multiple incidents of a cyber intrusion.
The ultimate joints pain guide from zero to finish
One of the most health issues that confront the 21th-century population is joint pain from knee pain to neck pain, ankle, hip or pelvic pain, especially for people who suffer from severe health problems.
46 health myths most people believe in
We all heard at some stage in our lives some advice from our parents, family or friends that we looked after to appear that it is totally false, maybe even the opposite of truth, people to transfer a lot of talk mouth to mouth without checking after it, we tried in this article to compile a list of the most common myths people believe in.
Nutrients that may change your health forever and for good
So we all know that the food that we eat contains calories but looking into it more we could consider calories as energy, we can split the energy into free main types known as macronutrients these free are known as protein carbohydrates and fat.
Anorexia -- You will not believe how this eating disorder can transform people
Patients with anorexia nervosa the most lethal psychiatric condition feel compelled to diet and exercise despite negative consequences restricting food become automatic and consuming high-calorie foods causes anxiety.
7 Signs That You May Be Suffering From Vitamin D Deficiency
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 32 percent of adults and children in the U.S. are vitamin D deficient. While people get vitamin D from food and sunlight, Dr.
British Company Releases Pictures Of World's First ‘Smart Condoms'
These days, most people have some kind of smart device, whether it be a phone, a watch, or something that helps you track your daily steps.
What Your Fingernails Say About Your Health
Ever wonder why your nails are so brittle, yellow, or otherwise discolored? Though you may not know it, these seemingly harmless symptoms may indicate you have some underlying health issues.
Don't Use Or Ingest Ginger If You Have Any of These Four Conditions
Ginger is a highly nutritious plant. In fact, it’s widely used as a folk medicine for a number of conditions. That’s because its active components, including gingerol and shogaols, have a ton of health benefits to offer.