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No sugar diet for 4 months

But, tomorrow is a new day, so another chance, right. Moreover, it can lead to such health conditions as. My taste buds have become a lot more sensitive and legumes, whole grains, vegetables, dier. The USDA recommends eating a well-balanced diet including fruits, grains, appreciative of the good things in life. Babies are generally born… Read More »

Coronavirus antibodies could last 6 months or more: Study

After months of uncertain speculation, researchers have reported their strongest evidence yet that patients recovered from the coronavirus have a stronger, faster immune response if they’re exposed a second time. These new findings indicated that SARS-CoV-2 antibodies may linger beyond six months of initial infection, and they promote a more effective anti-viral response than that of those who… Read More »

How a 6-year-old had half his brain removed and recovered in 3 months

David Eagleman’s book Livewired explores neuroplasticity, the brain’s superpower, which lets it reshape after extreme surgery and adapt to losing a sense Health 23 September 2020 By Clare Wilson Our brains can remake themselves to adapt to changing circumstancesAndriy Onufriyenko/Getty Images Book Livewired: The inside story of the ever-changing brain David Eagleman Canongate Books IMAGINE… Read More »

What are flu months

We value your privacy. The researchers also try to detect which strain of the virus is most prominent and whether that virus may be undergoing any changes or mutations. March Learn how and when to remove this template message. Because the mortality rate of the H1N1 “swine flu” is lower than common flu strains, this… Read More »

Massive $2 trillion coronavirus bill equivalent to about seven months of ‘Medicare for all’ spending

The U.S. Senate late Wednesday night passed a massive $ 2 trillion relief bill with the aim of propping up the economy, which has been largely shut down by the response to the coronavirus. The bill has been dubbed “the largest economic rescue package in U.S. history” or at least “in modern American history.” And… Read More »

Katie Byrne on vaping: 'In a matter of months, my e-cigarette became more like a child's pacifier'

Vaping habits can become compulsive Katie Byrne on vaping: ‘In a matter of months, my e-cigarette became more like a child’s pacifier’ Independent.ie It’s National No Smoking Day today, but as someone who has a chronic nicotine addiction, I’m not entirely sure if I should be celebrating it. https://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/katie-byrne-on-vaping-in-a-matter-of-months-my-ecigarette-became-more-like-a-childs-pacifier-37881250.html https://www.independent.ie/life/article37881248.ece/18324/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-03-06_lif_48492781_I1.JPG Email It’s National No Smoking… Read More »

'I was told I had cancer months before our wedding – primary school teacher (51) thought she had a food intolerance before diagnosis

Elizabeth Morgan at her home in Rathfarnham, Dublin. Photo: Caroline Quinn ‘I was told I had cancer months before our wedding – primary school teacher (51) thought she had a food intolerance before diagnosis Independent.ie Today is World Cancer Day – an international day to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection,… Read More »