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Coronavirus expands hazard of dying, DVT, and pneumonic embolism

The continuous pandemic brought about by the serious intense respiratory disorder Covid 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has a high death rate, with intense respiratory pain condition (ARDS) with pneumonia being the most extreme indication of the sickness. The Covid infection 2019 (COVID-19) has additionally been related with an expanded gamble of a few cardiovascular intricacies including stroke and myocardial localized necrosis.

  5 months ago ago
Coronavirus expands hazard of dying, DVT, and pneumonic embolism

HEALTH

Eating Too Much Spicy Food Has Surprising Side Effects.

A healthy eater's best buddy might be a pinch of peppery spice. Would you want to add some much-needed flavor to any healthful but otherwise insipid foods? Spicy meals can aid in weight loss, heart disease prevention, and even depression treatment. People who ate spicy dishes six to seven days a week "showed a 14 percent relative risk reduction in overall mortality," according to research published in the British Medical Journal.

  7 months ago ago
Eating Too Much Spicy Food Has Surprising Side Effects.

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No More Corona. Vitamin D Keeps You Fit Against Corona. Stay Safe.

A solid safe framework is significant consistently, yet particularly so in these days of the novel Covid and elevated mindfulness about the spread of germs.You can uphold a sound insusceptible framework by eating admirably, getting a lot of rest, and working out. Enhancements with nutrients that help the invulnerable framework, for example, vitamin D, may help, as well. Daylight stays a key wellspring of vitamin D, however enhancements might be progressively useful as individuals are less ready to get outside.

  2 years ago ago
No More Corona. Vitamin D Keeps You Fit Against Corona. Stay Safe.

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All You Need To Know About Paracetamol

Paracetamol is a commonly used medicine that can help treat pain and reduce a high temperature ( fever ). It's typically used to relieve mild or moderate pain, such as headaches, toothache or sprains, and reduce fevers caused by illnesses such as colds and flu. Paracetamol reduces fever by affecting an area of the brain that regulates our body temperature ( the hypothalamus heat regulating center ). Paracetamol is about as effective as aspirin and Ibuprofen at relieving mild to moderate pain and reducing fever,

  1 year ago ago
All You Need To Know About Paracetamol

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Do you Know Fat thighs and big hips could lower chances of early death? See Why.

A new study found that wide hips or a person with hips can live longer while a big tail is the other way around. More than 2,5 million people between three and 24 years have been surveyed by researchers. The new groundbreaking research was released in the British Medical Journal recently. Dr. Tauseef is a research author at the University of Toronto, Canada, from the Department of Nutrition. Besides, each 4-inch additional waist size (10 cm) has an 11% higher risk of dying early in the study. Dr. Khan said:

  2 years ago ago
Do you Know Fat thighs and big hips could lower chances of early death? See Why.

HEALTH

What dreams say about your health

Dreams are series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person's mind during sleep. The ancient Greeks believed that dreams could warn us about potential illness. They may have been right, says tentative research reported in the British Medical Journal. For example, if you are a man and you dream about death and dying, you could have a heart problem. If you're a woman, a heart problem might surface in dreams of separation. When you dreams of losing items you need could mean you're losing brain function.

  2 years ago ago
What dreams say about your health

HEALTH

Excess Belly Fat Is Associated With Higher Death Risk; New Study Finds

Excess fat is disliked by many, not only because of the undesirable look it gives but also because of its diverse health implications including heart diseases and diabetes. Engaging in exercises to shed off extra body fat has become the resort of many in their quest to live healthy lifestyles and to as much as possible look fit. Belly fat and hence body fats in excess apart from not looking good on us, can be really dangerous to our health. New study according to the British Medical Journal (BMJ), finds that

  1 year ago ago
Excess Belly Fat Is Associated With Higher Death Risk; New Study Finds