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Infected pregnant women may pass coronavirus onto babies

Pregnant women who have the coronavirus can possibly pass the infection onto their babies, though it's unclear whether this transmission occurs in the womb. Although more research is needed, a small study, published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics on Thursday, found that of 33 women in China who were confirmed to have the coronavirus while…
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How to stay protected from 10 winter illnesses?

Winter has arrived, and along with it comes cold and flu season. Some health problems, such as asthma, sore throat and cold sores, are triggered or worsened by cold weather. Here's how to deal with cold weather ailments. 10 Winter Illnesses Colds You can help prevent colds by washing your hands regularly. This destroys bugs that you…
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Dehydration in Summer: How to Stay Hydrated?

Dehydration is a problem that can become serious quickly, especially in summer. The heat, the activity away from home, the carelessness ... can play tricks on us. But we can try to prevent this problem by paying a little attention to the right signals. Why does Dehydration occur? As the name implies, dehydration occurs due to a lack of…
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Laughter Yoga : Laughing for Fitness

They say 'laughter is the best medicine' to cure not only unhappiness but also stress, and stress-related diseases. To celebrate the International Day of Happiness, we examine laughter yoga and its benefits to our body. There are many reasons to be happy today - the sun is shining, our loved ones are here for us and there is still hope for…
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How to reduce Belly Fat – 15 Tips that work

Understanding how to lose belly fat is not something from another world. Doing this can be as simple as adopting better eating habits on a daily basis. Localized fat in the belly can disrupt the physical and psychological health of a person. People who have more belly fat tend to have more visceral fat as well. This type of fat…
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Study shows how red meat raises heart disease

Researchers have more evidence about how eating red meat can raise heart disease risk. Two studies published show that people who eat red meat — but not vegetarians or people who eat only white meat such as chicken — produce more of a chemical called TMAO, which has been shown to raise heart disease risk. And they stop making so much of the…
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How to replenish Vitamin D Levels ?

What is Vitamin D? Vitamin D, also known as the “sunshine vitamin”, is an essential fat-soluble vitamin. It can either be obtained in the diet, through food and dietary supplements, or synthesized in the skin upon exposure to sunlight. Although classified as a vitamin, it should be considered a prohormone because it is involved in many…
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Healthy Good Foods that are actually unhealthier

Some foods may look harmless or healthier versions within your product category but are actually so processed or have such artificial ingredients that they end up being a trap for the health of those who consume them . So you need to be aware and look for information on everything that goes to your cart in the grocery store. The first…
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