6 Ways Proper Sleep Can Change Your Life
Sleep has more benefits to your life than you think. It is the body's natural supplement that keeps your mental, physical and even emotional health healthy.
Want to Live Longer? Use These Anti-Aging Spices
Increasing your life expectancy could be achieved through a healthy, balanced diet and regular exercise. There is a catch; eating anti-aging spices could prevent an early death.
COVID-19 Cases Blow Up in Countries Previously Praised for Effective Response to Pandemic
Several countries have been praised due to their clear messaging, effective contact tracing methods, quick response, and effective testing strategies. However, the same countries who have been celebrated for their response are now witnessing a resurgence in cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Top 5 Unhealthiest Fast Foods in the World
Eating out sounds fun and fast food menu items are delicious. However, beware of what you order as eating these food regularly may be dangerous.
5 Best Homemade Disinfectants to Keep Your Home Virus-Free
Cleaning and decontaminating your home is made easier with these best homemade disinfectant sprays. Use all-natural ingredients that are safe and effective to use in keeping your home germ free.
COVID-19 Hits Norwegian Cruise Ship, Dozens Test Positive
The 41 people who tested positive were admitted at North Norway’s Tromsoe's University Hospital. The ship is currently docked in the area, which is just north of the Arctic Circle.
93-year-old Former Pope Benedict XVI Reported Sick With Shingles
According to reports, the former pope, Benedict has been unwell for some time and is currently suffering from shingles, which is a viral infection that causes burning rashes that are usually experienced by older people. Despite suffering from shingles, the former pope was optimistic and declared that once he recovers from the illness and regains his strength, he might come back and take up his pen once more.
Vaping Could Cause Heart Problems Aside from Negative Effects on Lungs
Aside from causing heart problems, vaping also has a negative impact on the lungs. It was also argued that e-cigarettes could result in cancer.
Face Shields Can't Replace Face Masks for Coronavirus Protection
Face shields are not as effective as experts advise. It is a priority for everyone to also use face masks to prevent the spread of infection.
Fauci Says MLB Season Hangs in the Balance Due to Marlin’s COVID-19 Outbreak
Marlins' games will be postponed until Sunday after the announcement of the league. Aside from the Marlins the MLB also mentioned that the games between the New York Yankees and the Philadelphia Phillies who be postponed. Fauci shared that the outbreak could put the entire league in danger
5 Worst Pandemics in Human History That Ravaged the World
Human history has seen the rise and fall of several highly deadly pandemics that killed millions of people. We've listed the five worst pandemics that ravaged the world's population.
Fact Check: Farts Can Spread Coronavirus, Negate Effectiveness of Face Masks
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and several health experts recommending the use of face masks, multiple conspiracy theories still go viral. One such claim is that farts prove the ineffectiveness of facial coverings because they can be smelled through them.
Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine Triggered Immune Response in Monkeys
US biotech company Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine prevented the novel coronavirus from replicating in the noses and lungs of monkeys. This was crucial in preventing it from being transmitted to others.
Blood Test Could Detect Alzheimer’s 20 Years Before Cognitive Problems Show
A blood test used to detect Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages could give results with more precision than the thinking and memory tests that are currently being used in disease diagnosis. There are also several other methods which could diagnose the disease such as spinal taps and brain scans but both are invasive procedures and are very costly.
Race to the COVID-19 Cure: Why is Hydroxychloroquine Trending Again?
Despite the scientific proof that the drug cannot cure COVID-19, hydroxychloroquine is once again making rounds in social media. The trend started after several videos that were published about the drug were widely shared on social media platforms Twitter and Facebook.