Biden began to cough frequently during speeches: Americans were puzzled by the question of the president's health

When US President Joe Biden addressed Americans on December 21 about his administration's response to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, many social media users raised concerns about the president's own health due to his persistent coughing during his speech. Writes about this ...

Why swimming in contact lenses can cost you a sight

The next time you are going to take a shower or swim in the pool in lenses, remember the experience of Stacy People, who because of this went blind in one eye, writes Today. A resident of Denver, Colorado, was blind in one eye and suffered excruciating pain after ...

How time conversion affects health and what to do to adapt faster

A good night's sleep is what the doctor ordered. This is extremely important for physical recovery and productivity. And yet there are two periods of time in a year when for several days, and sometimes weeks, you have to live in an unbalanced state. ...

Research: being overweight can be beneficial for health and longevity

Middle-aged people who gain excess weight live longer than their peers who have been in good physical shape all their lives. Scientists came to such a paradoxical (but for some - very inspiring) conclusion during a study of two generations of Americans, which lasted almost ...

Longevity Secrets: How to Maintain Health if You Have a Sedentary Job

For most of the twentieth century, a cult of labor was worshiped in America. It was normal and even honorable to be a workaholic, to work hard and to devote oneself to a career. However, the situation is now changing. Many have realized that they want not only to work, but also to live ...

Living near street lights dramatically increases your risk of cancer

The researchers found that living near an artificial light source, such as street lamps and neon signs, can increase the risk of thyroid cancer by 55%, writes the New York Post. A new study on "light pollution" was published Feb. 8 in the Journal of the American ...

Why deterring sneezing can be dangerous to health and life

In early October, a 34-year-old man from India was taken to the hospital because he could not speak or swallow, Vesti Israel writes in Russian. It turned out that he was trying to stop the sneeze - and at the same moment he felt that his neck began to swell, he felt ...

What if swallowed gum

The childish superstition that swallowed gum "sits" in the stomach for seven years has nothing to do with reality, writes Zdorovie. Our body is able to break down some of the constituents of gum - sweeteners and flavor enhancers. "The rest travels further down the digestive tract," says Gerry Mullin, professor of medicine ...

Overtime Kills Hundreds of Thousands a Year: WHO Study

On Monday, May 17, officials from the World Health Organization said overtime is killing hundreds of thousands of people a year, leading to a worsening trend that could be further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the first global study of deaths associated with ...

Women massively complain about irregularities in the cycle after vaccination against COVID-19: is it dangerous

When you come to get your coronavirus vaccine, you will most likely be warned about possible side effects: high fever, headache, or pain in your arm. All this should pass in a day or two. But about the fact that women, in addition, may change the menstrual cycle, ...

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