National Nutrition Month focuses on physical fitness and eating healthy

Vegan Diet Reduces Risk of 50 Deadly Diseases

Vegans are less likely to get diabetes, cardiovascular disease, rheumatism and allergies, according to Murat Kınıkoğlu who is an internist and cardiologist practicing in Turkey’s capital Ankara. Kınıkoğlu was 54 years of age when he started practicing veganism after his brother’s death which was caused by a heart attack. His parents and siblings were all […]

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Kayasetu Is Providing Best Authentic and Vegan Ayurvedic Products Online

Kayasetu has launched a variety of ayurvedic products on their website. These products are made of vegan and organic ingredients and are completely safe to use. Kayasetu utilises ancient science of health and wellness in the best possible way to give their consumer robust health. Why buy Kayasetu? The main reason to buy a Kayasetu […]

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Loss of taste, smell could be telltale sign of coronavirus

Loss of taste, smell could be telltale sign of coronavirus

The loss of the ability to smell or taste could be a sign that an individual has coronavirus, according to a recent report. British doctors on Friday warned adults who lose those senses to self-isolate for seven days, the New York Times reported. These doctors, ear, nose and throat specialists, used evidence collected from other medical experts around […]

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Avon closing all schools after 2 possible cases of COVID-19

Avon closing all schools after 2 possible cases of COVID-19

HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. (WTHR) — A second student has started to display symptoms of COVID-19 in Avon. That has led the school district to decide to close all schools until March 20. At that point, the district will be on spring break. The district plans to use e-learning days to cover most of the time […]

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15 new coronavirus cases in Massachusetts, doubling overnight

15 new coronavirus cases in Massachusetts, doubling overnight

The number of coronavirus infections in Massachusetts more than doubled overnight due to a Biogen conference, health authorities said — but top officials balked at canceling mass events. Fifteen new presumptive positive cases of coronavirus were reported Sunday, bringing the total number of cases in Massachusetts to 28. All 15 people are isolating at home, […]

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Florida reports 2 dead from coronavirus, first known fatalities on East Coast

Florida reports 2 dead from coronavirus, first known fatalities on East Coast

Two people in Florida who tested positive for the coronavirus have died, becoming the first known fatalities outside California and Washington state, health officials reported Friday. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an order Saturday directing a Level II public health emergency in the state after two people, who were both in their 70s and had traveled overseas died, according […]

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Nationwide cancer drug shortage sparks fear among parents, doctors

Nationwide cancer drug shortage sparks fear among parents, doctors

A cancer drug shortage across the nation has a Utah mom tensed for her young daughter having leukemia. The shortage comes after the production of the cancer-fighting drug Vincristine was ceased by Teva Pharmaceuticals. Vincristine enters into the bloodstream of the patient, targets the dangerous cancer cells as well as kills them, said the doctors. […]

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CDC gives vaping-related lung illnesses a name-EVALI

CDC gives vaping-related lung illnesses a name: EVALI

Last week, the CDC issued a name for the lung illness related to use of vaping which has sickened over 1000 individuals and killed about 26. The CDC, in its ‘Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report’ named the vaping-associated lung illnesses as ‘EVALI.’ The term means ‘e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury.’ In the […]

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