A Solid Post Virus Crisis Rebound Ahead

A Solid Post Virus Crisis Rebound Ahead

“We were strong before we went into the health crisis, we will be strong when we come out of it,” said Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan 2 Fed regional bank Presidents expressed confidence the US economy can rebound strongly after coronavirus restrictions on consumers and businesses are lifted. “This is a public health crisis” and […]

The Plan to Vaccinate All Americans

The Plan to Vaccinate All  Americans

Scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are working with a biotech company to quickly start clinical trials of an experimental messenger RNA vaccine and fast track it to licensure. The FDA has not yet licensed messenger RNA vaccines that use part of the RNA of a virus to manipulate the body’s immune system […]

Beyond the Virus: Refocusing on Essential Industries and Businesses

Beyond the Virus: Refocusing on Essential Industries and Businesses

Now the world now a very sharp understanding of what a Black Swan event is. Yes, we are seeing a global health crisis, and those of us who are looking are seeing the coming restructuring of the global economic order. The Key is how investors navigating to what is coming next. The Big Q: What […]

President Trump Takes Key Safety Measures at the Borders to Prevent Further Spread of the Coronavirus

President Trump Takes Key Safety Measures at the Borders to Prevent Further Spread of the Coronavirus

“I will never hesitate to take any necessary steps to protect the lives, health, and safety of the American people. I will always put the wellbeing of America first.“– President Donald J. Trump President Trump is taking action at our Northern and Southern borders to prevent further spread of the coronavirus in the United States. […]

Ending US Dependence on Chinese-Manufactured Pharmaceuticals

Ending US Dependence on Chinese-Manufactured Pharmaceuticals

China makes most generic drugs and therefore control the health of much of the world. Wednesday, Senator Tom Cotton (R:AR) and Congressman Mike Gallagher (R:WI) introduced a bill to end US dependence on Chinese-manufactured pharmaceuticals after China threatened to cut America’s access to vital drugs. “The Chinese Communist Party has threatened to cut off America’s […]

If You are Expecting President Trump to ‘Blow up’ Politically, You Will Be Disappointed

If You are Expecting President Trump to ‘Blow up’ Politically, You Will Be Disappointed

It is not impossible to evaluate the political impact of the coronavirus on President Trump’s election campaign. We can see from the Chinese experience that the incidence and impact of the disease is abating, luckily for President Xi. The Trump Administration will not let China off the hook on its dishonesty and negligence in exporting […]

British People Told to Avoid Pubs, Clubs, Theaters and Other such Social Venues

British People Told to Avoid Pubs, Clubs, Theaters and Other such Social Venues

British people need to stop non-essential social contact and avoid clubs, pubs, theaters and all unnecessary travel as the coronavirus outbreak accelerates towards the fast growth phase, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday. PM Johnson had faced a backlash after his government took a less stringent approach to tackling the virus than countries such as […]

Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Adopts Additional Safety Measures for Its Employees

Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Adopts Additional Safety Measures for Its Employees

$RACE Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) stated that it has activated rigorous preventive measures to ensure the highest standards of health procedures for its employees. Ferrari’s announcement follows the decree on COVID-19 issued by the Italian Government. The workforce present in Maranello and Modena has been reduced to a minimum, while remaining personnel is working remotely, the company […]

F1: Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Supports the Cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix

F1: Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Supports the Cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix

$RACE Scuderia Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) fully supports the decision taken by the FIA and F1 in conjunction with the Australian Grand Prix Corporation to cancel the Australian Grand Prix (13 – 15 March) at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit. The safety of all team members is our number one priority, especially as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to […]

F1: Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) May Be Quicker Than They Looked in Winter Testing

F1: Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) May Be Quicker Than They Looked in Winter Testing

$RACE Winter Testing It is well known that conditions at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya are usually at their best in the morning, with the track getting slower and cooler as the day goes on. That means MercedesAMG’s Lewis Hamilton’s race simulation was completed in better conditions compared to Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc. Mr. Leclerc was comfortably […]

Ferrari (NYSE:RACE): The 1000 Mile Race at Sebring Has Been Canceled

Ferrari (NYSE:RACE): The 1000 Mile Race at Sebring Has Been Canceled

$RACE Following the announcement made by President Trump from the Oval Office Wednesday night of a wide suspension of travel by non US citizens from Europe to the USA, the leadership of the WEC has reviewed the viability of staging the Sebring 1000 Miles race planned to be held at Sebring on 20 March. After […]

Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) Factory is Open and Fully Operational

Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) Factory is Open and Fully Operational

$RACE Ferrari (NYSE: RACE) declared Tuesday that its factory and HQ’s are operating despite being located inside the area of Italy that has been placed under quarantine to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Ferrari employees have a reason to work! In a statement, Ferrari said that the measures introduced by the Italian government on 8 March […]

President Trump Vows ‘major’ Steps to Aid US Economy

President Trump Vows ‘major’ Steps to Aid US Economy

Monday, President Trump said he will be taking “major” steps to gird the economy against the impact of a spreading coronavirus outbreak and will discuss a payroll tax cut with congressional Republicans Tuesday. “We will be discussing a possible payroll tax cut or relief, substantial relief, very substantial relief, that’s a big number,” he told […]

Navigating Extreme Stock Market Volatility

Navigating Extreme Stock Market Volatility

$DIA, $SPY $QQQ $RUTX $VXX Forget that the major US stock indices posted a gainer last week. All that most investors will remember is a wild week that took their portfolios on a harrowing roller coaster ride. These market fluctuations are not 1 month, 1 week, but 1 day moves The weekend’s news about the […]

Traveling Is Good for Our Health

Traveling Is Good for Our Health

Americans are known for their work ethic, working on average more than most other western countries and taking fewer vacations.  In fact, Americans are 50% as likely as Europeans to travel to more than 1 country, and 29% have never been abroad. Travel is good for us, and here are studies that prove it, as […]

There is a Link Between Exercise and Improved Mood

There is a Link Between Exercise and Improved Mood

Money really cannot buy happiness is the conclusion drawn by researchers from Harvard and Yale who noted that exercise is far more beneficial for a person’s mental well-being than a massive bank balance.    To arrive at these findings, a study of 1.2-M people across all 50 states was conducted in order to determine whether or […]

Social Media, Smartphone Use Affect Mental Health of Children and Teens

Social Media, Smartphone Use Affect Mental Health of Children and Teens

$FB Social Media and Smartphone use significantly affect the mental health of teenagers, according to a study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal Researchers pored over dozens of studies that implicated smartphone and social media use in the increase of “mental distress, self-injurious behavior and suicidality among youth.” In 1 US study, the […]

Nature Benefits Our Health

Nature Benefits Our Health

Humans’ alienation from nature can lead to “diminished use of the senses, attention difficulties and higher rates of physical and emotional illnesses” The evidence shows we can boost our health and well-being by taking time to revel in nature, and there is even research showing just how much time one should spend in nature to reap […]

Investors Must Avoid Undue Reactions to Virus Story

Investors Must Avoid Undue Reactions to Virus Story

$DIA, $SPY, $QQQ, $RUTX, $VXX I herewith urge all investors to avoid making hasty decisions after China announced a rise in cases of a deadly new virus that the media says threatens to crimp global economic growth. Stocks markets pulled back worldwide Monday on the supposition that investors are worried about the potential economic impact of […]

Most Seniors are Taking Too Many Rx Medicines

Most Seniors are Taking Too Many Rx Medicines

The NY-T’s reports that the average person in their mid to late 60’s today is taking 15 Rx drugs a year, and that does not count the number of over-the-counter products they may be taking. That is a lot of medications, especially when you consider that a survey released by the American Association of Retired Persons […]

Eggs and Heart Disease

Eggs and Heart Disease

The current controversy over consumption of eggs would push anyone over the edge. Because eggs are 1 of the richest sources of cholesterol and almost 100-M North American adults have high cholesterol, many experts warn that eating eggs can increase your risk of heart disease and heart attacks. Although most of our cholesterol is made […]

2020: What You Need to Know About the Ketogenic Diet

2020: What You Need to Know About the Ketogenic Diet

1. Overview The ketogenic or “keto” diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet designed to promote the body’s metabolism running on fats and ketones rather than carbohydrates and sugars. The ketogenic diet is designed to promote ketosis, the fat metabolism often associated with fasting 2. Some History In Y 1921 endocrinologist Rollin Woodyatt discovered ketone bodies […]

Processed Food Increase Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Processed Food Increase Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Store-bought chicken nuggets, jelly donuts and energy bars may taste delicious. But a large, new study warns that the more of these and other highly processed foods you consume, the greater your risk for type 2 diabetes. Every 10% increase in the amount of “ultra-processed” food translated into a 15% increase in the risk for […]

Our Brains and Bodies Benefit from Playing

Our Brains and Bodies Benefit from Playing

Play Makes You Smarter, Kinder and Braver, and is important for the generation of well-being. The replacement of physical play with technological gadgetry has many experts worried, as research shows playing makes people smarter, braver and kinder. Dr. Stuart Brown, founder of the National Institute for Play, a nonprofit corporation is “committed to bringing the […]

CBD Oil is Not a Dietary Supplement, Fed Cracks Down

CBD Oil is Not a Dietary Supplement, Fed Cracks Down

CBD Excluded From FDA’s Dietary Supplement Definition According to the FDA’s consumer update, dated 25 November 2019, there is a lack of scientific information supporting the safety of CBD in food, stressing that:“It is currently illegal to market CBD by adding it to a food or labeling it as a dietary supplement.” In short, CBD […]

New Year’s Resolution: Eat REAL Food

New Year’s Resolution: Eat REAL Food

More Than Half of All Americans Are Chronically Ill The cost of health care in the US has increased over the past year accounting for 17% of GDP. But even though the US spends more than $3-T on health care each year, it is the worst performing system ranked by multiple aspects of healthcare. The […]

Daily Meditation: the Path to Happier, Healthier Life

Daily Meditation: the Path to Happier, Healthier Life

There is growing evidence revealing that meditation can make us healthier and happier. For example, brain imaging technology suggests meditation actually changes the human brain in a number of beneficial ways. MRI scans have shown that long-term meditation can alter the structure of the cerebral cortex. Additionally, brain regions associated with attention and sensory processing […]

Drink Good Water Cold!

Drink Good Water Cold!

70% of the Earth is water, 60% of our body is water, and water along with sleep is another thing we take for granted. Drinking water is 1 of the easiest ways to speed up digestion, burn calories, and improve metabolism. The recommended minimum is 8 glasses a day, but drinking more definitely does not […]

Giving Thanks is Good

Giving Thanks is Good

Gratitude involves affirming the good in your life and recognizing its sources. It is the understanding that life owes you nothing, and that the good things in your life are gifts that cannot be taken for granted. Focusing on gratitude has become a growing trend in recent years, and for good reason. There is a […]

Buying Pets Online is Asking for Trouble

Buying Pets Online is Asking for Trouble

In Y 2016, the USDA ruled that pet dealers selling animals online must have a federal license, because the prospective owners could not meet the animals in person to review their health condition. However, if an online breeder offers to bring the animal to you in a neutral location, such as a parking lot, the […]

The New Science of Sleep and Dreams (Video)

The New Science of Sleep and Dreams (Video)

In this featured video, professor Matthew Walker, PhD., founder and director of the University of California Berkeley’s Center for Human Sleep Science and author of the book “Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams,” shares the latest discoveries about sleep and how it impacts virtually every area of our physical and mental […]

Smart Coffee Drinking

Smart Coffee Drinking

The Big Q: Do you reach for a cup as soon as you wake in the morning? The Big A: If you do, well that is doing it wrong. According to science, you do not actually need coffee until 10 am. Human bodies are governed by a 24 hour cycle called the circadian clock in […]

These Foods Will Damage Your Heart

These Foods Will Damage Your Heart

The findings are scheduled to be presented Saturday at an American Heart Association meeting, in Philadelphia. Grab & Go foods are an easy option for busy lives, but if you opt for ultra-processed foods a lot, you may pick up something you do not want; heart disease. About 55% of Americans’ daily calories come from […]

Frequent Marijuana Smokers 2X Odds for a Stroke

Frequent Marijuana Smokers 2X Odds for a Stroke

Smoking marijuana does not do one’s heart or your brain any favors, 2 new studies shows. Frequent marijuana smokers are more than 2X as likely to suffer a stroke compared with those who do not partake, the 1st study found. They are also more likely to be hospitalized for a dangerously erratic heart rhythm, according […]

“America’s Most Trusted Pharmacist”Says…

“America’s Most Trusted Pharmacist”Says…

Industry experts predict that spending on Rx medicines in the United States will reach $610-B by Y 2021. Americans often rush or get rushed into taking drugs too quickly, say physicians who believe in trying lifestyle changes 1st in many health situations. Very often, doctors diagnose their patients in “pre-disease” stages of a condition like […]

Ways to Lower Your Resting Heart Rate

Ways to Lower Your Resting Heart Rate

Your resting heart rate is one factor used to identify potential health conditions and gauge the health of your heart; by maintaining your resting rate from 60 beats per minute you lower your risk of cardiovascular disease and improve your overall health The Big Q: What does your resting heart rate say about your level […]

California’s Poor Forest Management Not Climate Change is the Cause of the Apocalyptic Fires (Video)

California’s Poor Forest Management Not Climate Change is the Cause of the Apocalyptic  Fires (Video)

$PCG Between the raging wildfires and the blackouts, California is now offering an abject lesson in the perils of wishful thinking. The state’s leaders may blame climate change or big utility companies, but in reality it’s their fault. By Monday morning, Pacific Gas and Electric (NYSE:PCG) had broken its record for households blacked out the company’s […]

Living Near the Ocean has Real Health Benefits

Living Near the Ocean has Real Health Benefits

Many people dream of living near the ocean, there is a reason why, as coastal living may be good for mental health, according to a study by researchers from the University of Exeter, England.  The research builds on prior studies linking natural environments to mental health and well-being, and suggests that you may be able […]

Grape Seed Extract Can Lower Risk of Heart Disease

Grape Seed Extract Can Lower Risk of Heart Disease

One of the Key factors of the French paradox is that along with their high fat, buttery croissants and rich sauces, the typical diet includes wine. And red wine is loaded with disease-fighting antioxidants that may be the reason the French have 50% the incidence of heart disease than Americans. Cheryl Myers, RN explains that […]

Saturated Fat (cholesterol) Theory of Heart Disease Began With Ancel Keys

Saturated Fat (cholesterol) Theory of Heart Disease Began With Ancel Keys

According to the “Heart of the Matter,” American physiologist Ancel Benjamin Keys can be credited with originating and cementing the saturated fat/cholesterol theory of heart disease. In the 1950’s, Keys produced research that showed perfect correlations between cardiovascular disease and the dietary consumption of fat in several prominent Western countries. But, there was a problem […]

Insomnia is Linked to Increased Risk for Heart Disease

Insomnia is Linked to Increased Risk for Heart Disease

Mechanisms by which insomnia or poor sleep affects the heart health include hypothalamic-pituitary axis dysregulation, increased sympathetic nervous system activity, abnormal modulation of the autonomic nervous system, increased atherogenesis and increased systemic inflammation Sleep deprivation has the same effect on your immune system as physical stress or illness, which may help explain why lack of sleep […]

Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt

Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt

Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt Switzerland was among the first countries to begin deploying 5G, but health fears over radiation from the antennas that carry the next-generation mobile technology have sparked a nationwide revolt. Demonstrators against the technology are due to fill the streets of Bern later this month, but already a number of […]

French boy, 10, dies 8 years after supermarket burger poisoning

French boy, 10, dies 8 years after supermarket burger poisoning

French boy, 10, dies 8 years after supermarket burger poisoning A French boy aged 10, who fell gravely ill in 2011 after consuming a beef burger from supermarket discounter Lidl that was infected with E.coli bacteria, has died of complications stemming from his poisoning, the family’s lawyer said. The boy, Nolan, died on Saturday “as […]

Avoiding ‘Inflam-aging’

Avoiding ‘Inflam-aging’

Dampening inflammation is a must for people with chronic inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. But you can be exposed to damaging inflammation without having a specific medical condition. Inflammation prevents the body from adequately reacting to stressors and puts the aging process on an unwanted fast track, increasing the likelihood of problems like heart disease. The […]

Lemons Are a Girl’s Best Friend

Lemons Are a Girl’s Best Friend

The health benefits of lemon are attributed to its vitamin C content that helps improve the skin quality, encourages weight loss, improves digestion, and acts as a breath freshener. Lemons also help with the treatment of constipation, dental problems, throat infections, fever, burns, respiratory disorders, and high blood pressure, while also benefiting your hair. Known for its therapeutic property through the […]

Pain, the Experience is Different Between Men and Women

Pain, the Experience is Different Between Men and Women

In studies involving men and women exposed to identical pain stimuli, women rated the pain higher on the pain scale. In addition to sex hormones, other factors affecting pain perception include emotions, attitude, age and a learned response from past experience It is no secret that men and women are different. Diane Halpern, Ph.D., past […]

The Health Benefits of Laughter Revealed

The Health Benefits of Laughter Revealed

“Laughter is the best medicine”– Bennet Cerf and, Proverbs 17:22 says, “A merry heart is like medicine.” Ellen Jacob, author of ‘You’re the Best Friend Ever’ states: “Whoever said laughter is the best medicine was right — it’s the glue that holds friendships together. To laugh together at life’s ridiculous turn of events makes those […]

Real Food Means a Healthy Brain

Real Food Means a Healthy Brain

We all should know that eating well is important for our physical health, but it is also essential for healthy brain function, and anything that we put into our bodies affects us. Healthy diets bring good results, whereas, unhealthy eating habits can cause some unwanted side-effects. Undereating may cause fatigue, fainting and dizziness, dehydration, low […]

Study Shows BioCell Collagen® Can Visibly Reduce Common Signs of Skin Aging Within 12 Weeks

Study Shows BioCell Collagen® Can Visibly Reduce Common Signs of Skin Aging Within 12 Weeks

New peer-reviewed, published research finds that daily use of the dietary ingredient BioCell Collagen® can visibly reduce facial lines and crow’s feet wrinkles and boost skin elasticity In one of the most substantial studies of a skin health supplement, BioCell Collagen®, was found to visibly reduce common signs of skin aging, including lines and wrinkles, […]

Sitting is Worse for Us Than We Think

Sitting is Worse for Us Than We Think

You know how achy you can feel getting up from your office chair after a couple of hours. But the impact of long sedentary hours goes far beyond a cranky back. Various studies have linked sitting to a host of chronic conditions, including blood clots, depression, and diabetes.  A 2018 study from the American Cancer Society found that prolonged […]

Increase Your Health Span

Increase Your Health Span

Maybe The Key hindrance to extended health span is the process of atherosclerosis, the hardening of your arteries, the #1 cause of heart disease. Ivor Cummins is a biochemical engineer with a background in medical device engineering and leading teams in complex problem-solving. On his website, TheFatEmperor.com,  he offers guidance on how to decode science […]

Many Vaping Illnesses Down to Marijuana

Many Vaping Illnesses Down to Marijuana

US Health officials are investigating more cases of a breathing illness associated with vaping. While the cause remains unclear now, the officials said Friday that many reports involve e-Cigarette products that contain THC, the mind-altering substance in marijuana. Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Friday they are looking at 215 […]

Increase Your Metabolism: Drink More Water

Increase Your Metabolism: Drink More Water

Fully 70% of the Earth is water, as is 60% of your body. And water along with sleep is another thing we take for granted. Drinking water is 1 of the easiest ways to speed up your digestion, burn calories, and improve your metabolism. The recommended minimum is 8 glasses a day, but drinking more […]

Optimistic People Live Longer and Sleep Better

Optimistic People Live Longer and Sleep Better

Optimism is associated with greater physical and mental health, and a Key reason why may be linked to its role in promoting better sleep. In a study of 3,548 people, those who were the most optimistic enjoyed higher quality sleep, hinting at the importance of a positive outlook in getting a good night’s rest. While […]

Why Blood Pressure Matters

Why Blood Pressure Matters

A healthy blood pressure is 1 of the Key measures of a healthy heart, so our blood pressure is vitally important. The Big Q: What is blood pressure? The Big A: Blood pressure is a measure of the force against the walls of the human bodies arteries in response to the pumping of the heart. […]

Protect Your Heart and Your Brain

Protect Your Heart and Your Brain

“It’s never too late to improve your brain health,” says Lainey Younkin, MS, RD, LDN, registered dietitian and founder of Lainey Younkin Nutrition. These tips may help improve your physical health, your brain health, and your cognitive abilities, they are as follows. Aim for 150 mins or more of aerobic exercise each week. If you have […]

92% of HPV Caused Cancers Could Have Been Prevented Through a Vaccine

92% of HPV Caused Cancers Could Have Been Prevented Through a Vaccine

An estimated 92% of cancers caused by HPV could be prevented through vaccination, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Thursday, adding that boosting immunization coverage was a key priority. Human papillomavirus was responsible for an estimated yearly average of 34,800 cancer cases between 2012 and 2016, according to a new study […]

The Fight Against Malaria Has Been Stalled Due To Lack In Investments

The Fight Against Malaria Has Been Stalled Due To Lack In Investments

The global fight against malaria has stalled and requires massive investment as well as political leadership, the UN health agency warned in a report published Friday. “The world is at a crossroads. Historical progress that has been achieved over the last decade is clearly slowing down,” Pedro Alonso, director of the World Health Organization’s malaria […]

Drinking Coffee in the Morning is Out

Drinking Coffee in the Morning is Out

Nutrition consultant with Carlyn Rosenblum, MS, RD has this to say about drinking coffee on an empty stomach in the morning before breakfast. “There are a few reasons why coffee isn’t great first thing in the morning, especially for women,” says Ms. Rosenblum. “First, it increases cortisol, which can negatively impact ovulation, weight and hormonal balance.” […]

Understand Why and When You’re Having an Allergy

Understand Why and When You’re Having an Allergy

Allergies appear when the immune system reacts to a foreign substance such as pollen, bee venom, pet hair or a certain type of food, in this case, your immune system produces antibodies that identify a particular allergen as harmful, even if it is not. When you come into contact with the allergen, the reaction of […]

Lower Cholesterol at Home – Diet Tips

Lower Cholesterol at Home – Diet Tips

High cholesterol is downright dangerous – it is one of the major causes of heart disease. And, your cholesterol levels basically depend on what you fill your plates with. A healthy diet and lifestyle is all you need to keep your cholesterol levels in check. However, in case you already have mild to high cholesterol, […]

UAE Raise Tax 50% For Unhealthy Lifestyle Choices

UAE Raise Tax 50% For Unhealthy Lifestyle Choices

Sweetened beverages, sugary drinks and electronic smoking devices will be added into a list of excise taxable products by the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Effective January 1st of next year, the move will be cutting the use of harmful products and adjust the behaviors of clients, a cabinet general secretariat statement assured. The UAE is […]

The Cream in Your Coffee and Tea

The Cream in Your Coffee and Tea

When Cream hits the Coffee the results are magical, here is why. Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world. Statistics show that more than 50% the US population drink coffee on a daily basis. Further, those individuals drink 3.1 cups of ‘Java’ every 1 day. In the last several years, coffee […]

Scientist Get Closer To The Cause of Stuttering Through Mice Tests

Scientist Get Closer To The Cause of Stuttering Through Mice Tests

Researchers believe that stuttering – a potentially lifelong and debilitating speech disorder – stems from problems with the circuits in the brain that control speech, but precisely how and where these problems occur is unknown. Using a mouse model of stuttering, scientists report that a loss of cells in the brain called astrocytes are associated […]

Climate Change To Lengthen Allergy Season

Climate Change To Lengthen Allergy Season

Every year, without fail, summer brings changes to our surroundings: more sunlight, heat, greenness, and flowers, among many others. For some people, these changes also mean increasing physical discomfort because along with the flowers, trees and grass come pollen. The discomfort caused by pollen can be felt by many people, like watery eyes or a […]

Removing South Africa’s Two-Tier Healthcare System

Removing South Africa’s Two-Tier Healthcare System

Performance in South Africa’s two-tier health system – the public and the private – has been worsening for some time. Politicians have attempted to attribute the decline in the public sector to a myriad of ills, none of their making. These include migrants; insufficient funds; insufficient staff; medical schemes; lawyers suing them for medical negligence; […]

Europe’s CBD Market To Skyrocket 400%

Europe’s CBD Market To Skyrocket 400%

Demand for CBD is on the rise all over the world.In Europe, for example, the market is on course to grow 400% over the next four years, according to theBrightfieldGroup. “CBD is just starting to take hold in Europe, with both product availability and consumer awareness still quite limited. This is a great opportunity for […]

Pregnancy Diabetes Puts Mothers and Babies at High Risk

Pregnancy Diabetes Puts Mothers and Babies at High Risk

Pregnant women at high risk for developing gestational diabetes may be less likely to experience this complication when they switch to a Mediterranean diet instead of sticking with their usual eating habits, a recent experiment suggests.  Researchers studied 1,252 women who had obesity, high blood pressure or elevated cholesterol before they conceived — all so-called […]

Eating Disorders Surveyed In Australia

Eating Disorders Surveyed In Australia

Last week, federal health minister Greg Hunt announced that more than 60,000 Australians will be asked about their mental health and well-being as part of the intergenerational Health and Mental Health Study. The mental health survey will be run in 2020, with new data on how common mental illness is due the year after. This […]

FDA Pushes For Graphic Health Warnings on Cigarette Boxes

FDA Pushes For Graphic Health Warnings on Cigarette Boxes

The large, graphic cigarette health warnings proposed today by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration are a critical and long-overdue step forward in the nation’s battle against tobacco use – the number one cause of preventable death. The new graphic warnings are a dramatic improvement over the current text-only warnings that have become stale and unnoticed, they […]

New Alexa Called Petalo.ai To Assist Elderly Daily

New Alexa Called Petalo.ai To Assist Elderly Daily

“The new Petalo Platform harnesses the dynamism of technology to drive innovation across senior care operations. Leveraging the power of Amazon’s Alexa and the latest in artificial intelligence technology, the Petalo Platform seeks to increase interoperability within senior care facilities – from the inside out.” – Petalo.ai Petalo.ai, a company focused on passionately unscrambling senior care […]

World’s Consumers Pursuing Good Health Drive Growth of Non-alcoholic Beverages

World’s Consumers Pursuing Good Health Drive Growth of Non-alcoholic Beverages

Global Non-Alcoholic Beverage Market Projected To Reflect A CAGR Of 4.4% During 2017-2027 The worldwide inclination of individuals for good health has prompted manufacturers to transform from alcoholic drinks to non-alcoholic beverages included value added waters, which has directed the prominent market players towards focusing on new product launches to meet the altering customer tastes. […]

“The State of US Health”

“The State of US Health”

The Key to good health and long life is to eat Real food and avoid sugar in all forms and at all cost. A new report on “The State of US Health” published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), ranked “dietary risks” as the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the […]

New Tuberculosis Drug In Testing

New Tuberculosis Drug In Testing

Pretomanid, a novel compound developed by the non-profit organization TB Alliance, was approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) today for treating some of the most drug-resistant forms of tuberculosis (TB).1 The new drug was approved under the Limited Population Pathway for Antibacterial and Antifungal Drugs (LPAD pathway) as part of a three-drug, six-month, […]

CBD Has Reached National Retail Distribution In The US

CBD Has Reached National Retail Distribution In The US

ReThink CBD reaches another milestone of growth with national distribution of its full-spectrum CBD products through a distribution partnership. Through this and store partnerships, ReThink’s pharmaceutical-grade CBD products will be available at over 10,000 independent pharmacies nationwide by year’s end.  Visit CBDrethink.com/about to learn more about the company. This distribution channel is expected to reach over 15,000 […]

Breast Care Center at Westmed Establishes Highest Standards Through NAPBC

Breast Care Center at Westmed Establishes Highest Standards Through NAPBC

The National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), a quality program commissioned by the American College of Surgeons (ACS), has granted three-year accreditation to Westmed Medical Group’s Comprehensive Breast Care Center, based in Purchase, NY. As a NAPBC-accredited center, Westmed’s Comprehensive Breast Care Center has demonstrated excellence in the delivery of high quality, patient-centered care for patients with breast […]

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