Here’s the rough news: One in eight deaths around the world has been linked to exposure to air pollution.
According to a World Health Organization (WHO) report released in March, of the million deaths that occur annually – those related to aggravated asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, lung and heart diseases, …Read More
According to the University of Oxford’s Comparative Proverb Assessment Modelling Study – published in the British Medical Journal – an apple per day could keep the doctor away after all.
In fact, it could prevent 8,500 deaths from cardiovascular diseases like heart attacks and strokes. This assumes that there is no change in a person’s calorie consumption …Read More
Well, you should be, flu season or not.
Proper hand washing is one of the top preventative strategies to not get sick. But wait: You’re likely thinking you’re killing those germs and protecting yourself and others by doing so, but the odds are you’re not washing your hands properly, new research shows.
Prepare to be shocked! Only 5 percent of the population in the United States is washing away those germs with …Read More
Whether you’re discussing a matter of personal preference with your partner, or trying to decide if you should change up your look, take note: Beards are sexy. And science has confirmed it.
Facial hair for men is a trend that has come and gone through the years, from full-on beards like Abe Lincoln and handlebar mustaches to the distinguished goatee.
But no matter what your shaving etiquette comes down to, having a …Read More
Tired, so tired, of waking up and moving to the couch to get a decent night’s rest? Your partner’s snoring may not just be disturbing your sleep – it may be a sign of an underlying sleep condition known as sleep apnea.
People who suffer from the disorder may be at an increased risk of developing pneumonia, according to a recent study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
Sleep apnea is a chronic sleep disorder that affects approximately 18 …Read More