How to Listen to Your Body (webmd.com) Red Flags? Your body will often let you know if something suddenly goes drastically wrong. If something feels really off — like changes in being able to see, talk, walk, think clearly, or communicate, or having chest pain or shortness of breath — call 911. Don’t wait to
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https://www.shape.com/featured/StrivePayAttentionToYourMicrobiome?sm_t=uJcQKxu9163 Your microbiome can have a huge impact on your health. If you’ve ever heard people throwing around the term “microbiome,” you might have wondered what in the world they’re talking about. “Microbiome” describes the collection of the genes of all of the microbes that live in and on your body. One helpful way to
In recent weeks, measles has spread from 15 to 20 states. The number of cases has jumped to more than 555 across the country. In areas with the worst outbreaks — including Rockland County, New York — public health officials are taking extreme measures. On Tuesday, Rockland County officials announced they want to ban
Hospitalized patients reported 83 fewer minutes of sleep at night compared with their sleep at home; earlier final awakening in the morning accounted for a mean 44 minutes of that loss, a study has found. It is hardly a secret that spending a night in a hospital can be far from relaxing, with lights, sounds,
Lung cancer mortality rates among women are projected to rise globally by 43% by 2030 and exceed deaths from breast cancer, new research indicates. During the study period, the global mortality rate for breast cancer is projected to decrease by 9%. The mortality rate for lung cancer will be higher than that for breast cancer
CHICAGO — New research reveals there may be a relationship between faulty lipid metabolism and Alzheimer’s disease (AD). One such clue involves plasmalogens, a class of lipids containing long-chain fatty acids, such as the omega-3 docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) found in fish oil. These lipids are essential for proper membrane function. A new study links reduced
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