We know that people with certain comorbidities like diabetes, cancer and heart disease, as well as older people, are at higher risk of dying from COVID-19. It wasn’t believed, however, that those with COVID-19 might also have other respiratory illnesses like influenza, rhinovirus or adenovirus. New research indicates differently.
Many Americans, including many parents, believe cannabis – marijuana – to be a more benign alternative to other substances, causing few negative side effects and little harm to the body’s systems. But as research continues onto cannabis, we’re learning the truth – and it seems to be getting uglier.
It’s been known for years that exercise has a positive effect on metabolism. But a new study finds that the effects are significantly greater than previously believed.
To stop the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus, a majority of people around the world have been told to stay at home. Even without your gym or health club, you can still take advantage of a huge immune system booster. Regular exercise helps boost your immunity and keep you healthy.
COVID-19 coronavirus has sickened people in just about every country and is dominating the news and most conversations. But what happens to you and your body if you get infected? Let’s cast aside the misinformation and take a look at what can really happen if you get COVID-19.
There’s a pandemic of fear being spread by the media. Yes, COVID-19 coronavirus is a serious medical concern. But the world has come to a screeching halt. People seem to be cowering in their homes in fear and panic. Here are some reasons to be optimistic in the middle of all the darkness.
The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has been declared a global pandemic. If you listen to the news, you’d believe that this virus is killing everyone and there’s no way to stop it. While there is cause for concern, the picture isn’t so bleak for most of us. Here’s some truth and sanity about COVID-19 coronavirus. It… Continue reading What You Need To Know Right Now About Coronavirus COVID-19
Medical and public health experts have estimated that over 90% of Americans will be exposed to the COVID-19 coronavirus. Estimates of infection run as high as 98 million Americans. How many of them will die? What are the risk factors and who should be concerned?
This article, written by a University of Alberta writer, highlights some of the challenges and realities of adopting a healthy lifestyle. It also discusses some of the realities of biology and physics when it comes to weight loss and weight management.
Quarantine. It’s not a word anyone ever wants to hear applied to them. Sometimes, quarantines are necessary and helpful in suppressing viral or bacterial outbreaks. Perhaps even with regard to coronavirus COVID-19. But what if the quarantine makes the problem worse?