Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Wellness

Eating Ultra Processed Foods Has This Weird Effect On Your Brain

The results of the study are concerning since ultra-processed foods can be easily packaged and disguised as healthy.

Taking This Common Antibiotic After Sex Might Help Prevent STDs

A new study claims a common antibiotic can help prevent STDs, which have been on the rise following the pandemic.

Study Links Modern Herpes Variants To Kissing During This Era

Researchers theorize that what may have kickstarted herpes' spread is the adoption of kissing popularized during this era.

Too Hot To Work Out? Here’s What You Can Do To Manage The Heat

While working out in hot weather isn't the most pleasant of activities, when faced with 100-degree temperatures, the activity can even be dangerous.

Is Your Gut Influencing Your Urge To Drink?

A new study conducted by researchers from Madrid found some links between the urge to drink alcohol and the impact that has on gut health.

Study Finds Sweet Spot In Amount Of Weekly Exercise

A new study shows how important workouts are for a healthier and longer life.

Strokes And High Blood Pressure Linked With This Everyday Activity

A large new study has found a link between a variety of cardiovascular conditions and napping, puzzling a lot of people.

All Forms Of Alcohol Are Bad For People This Age, Finds Study

A study conducted on a global sample of people found that alcohol consumption is not good for anyone under this age.

Study Shows The Degree To Which COVID Vaccines Impact People’s Periods

As long as these irregularities are temporary and the changes are nothing extraordinary, there shouldn't be a cause for concern.

If You Have Meat In Your Freezer, You May Be At Risk For COVID

A new study finds evidence that the coronavirus can survive in your freezer, leading to infections that are difficult to trace.

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