The novel coronavirus designated COVID-19 is quickly becoming a worldwide health emergency. Part of the challenge of containing the virus is in the diagnostic process. Diagnosing patients early enough to prevent them from spreading the virus further has been the issue. A commonly used medical test may be the “secret weapon” in this battle.
Bullying exists, in spite of “zero tolerance” policies in schools and youth organizations. Bullying due to weight or body shape is among the most prevalent – and often ignored – forms of bullying. Being bullied can leave lasting scars, or worse. Substance abuse among teens appears to be a serious reflection of this reality.
Every parent would like their preschoolers to eat more fruits and vegetables, especially vegetables. For many, if not most, it’s a constant battle that many don’t win. Is there a “secret weapon” for getting kids to eat more fruits and vegetables?
The Mediterranean Diet is often touted by nutritionists, dietitians and even doctors as the healthiest diet for the largest number of people. Is it possible that one common element found in a Mediterranean Diet staple might be a proverbial “fountain of youth?”
Are your goal-setting efforts just not getting you there? Are you setting goals, only to realize you underestimated what it would take to execute on them? New research has zeroed in on what may be torpedoing your goal-setting efforts.
The COVID-19 Coronavirus is making news right now. The outbreak is spreading and is being felt physically, socially and financially across the globe. Authorities are working feverishly to stop the spread. But is one of the most fundamental disease prevention habits the real key to stopping the outbreak?
Every day there seems to be a new herbal weight loss supplement on the market. Each one claims to be the second coming for those anxious to lose pounds. With so many herbal weight loss solutions on the market, why are so many people still struggling with their weight?
American adults eat a lot of restaurant meals. Those restaurant meals may not be so good for their nutrition or their health.
Persistence may be the greatest of human success attributes.
Ask just about any woman if she’d like a higher risk of heart disease and you can predict the answer. Of course not, who would? Quite a few women, if their behavior is any indication. Here is a very short guide to getting a sicker heart for women.