Four herbal teas to help you sleep

Four herbal teas to help you sleep

One of the most common sleep-related disorders in the general population is insomnia. The impossibility of falling asleep or staying asleep during the night, as well as the presence of early awakening or unrefreshing sleep, has repercussions on the patient’s subsequent wakefulness and can be the cause of multiple disorders...

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Tips to soothe tired legs

Tips to soothe tired legs

How many times when we get home after work or even during that weekend sitting on the couch, watching your favorite series or reading a book, we notice that heaviness in the legs, that annoying tingling that apparently is insignificant in many cases, but that, undoubtedly, is an alarm about...

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How long should you walk to stay fit and lose weight?

How long should you walk to stay fit and lose weight?

Walking is one of the physical activities recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) to prevent certain diseases and maintain healthy lifestyle habits. In this sense, having a daily routine of moderate physical activity will contribute to improve the state of the muscular and cardiorespiratory system, and bone and functional...

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Study confirms late dining is fattening and can have consequences like diabetes

Study confirms late dining is fattening and can have consequences like diabetes

Late dinners can contribute to weight gain and high blood sugar, according to a small study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, the journal of the American Endocrine Society. It is estimated that more than 2.1 billion adults are overweight or obese, making health complications such as...

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The aftermath in the most severe coronavirus patients: lung capacity

The aftermath in the most severe coronavirus patients: lung capacity

The new coronavirus has challenged science, which is learning as it goes about a virulent infectious agent that behaves like no other. In that context, and given the recent nature of the disease, medicine does not know the exact magnitude of the sequelae it may leave, but some patterns can...

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Surgical mask (the cheap one) reduces up to 75% of infections

Surgical mask (the cheap one) reduces up to 75% of infections

A new study in Hong Kong supports the health and policy authorities in recommending its use. Experiments by a team led by Dr Yuen Kwok Yung, a leading microbiologist from the University of Hong Kong who helped discover the SARS virus in 2003, show that the rate of transmission of...

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Brits return to work and parks with no time limit as coronavirus cases increase

Brits return to work and parks with no time limit as coronavirus cases increase

First day back at work for many Brits and the safety distance in transport has not been maintained. The London Underground was full this morning and few people were seen wearing masks to prevent infection due to the lack of safety distance. The UK is entering Phase 1, in a...

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Russia surpasses Spain and is already the second country in the world with the highest number of coronavirus infections

Russia surpasses Spain and is already the second country in the world with the highest number of coronavirus infections

President Vladimir Putin announced yesterday in a video conference that, to prevent the economy from collapsing completely, there will be no more additional non-working days in the fight against COVID-19 and that he leaves it up to the country’s territories to decide which limitations to apply depending on the particular...

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Three children die in New York of coronavirus-related inflammatory syndrome

Three children die in New York of coronavirus-related inflammatory syndrome

New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo reported Saturday at a press conference that three children have died of a syndrome called pediatric multi-symptomatic inflammatory, which everything points to be related to the coronavirus: “It could be a pathology related to the coronavirus that affects children. At first we thought young...

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Brazil totals 610 deaths from coronavirus in one day and reaches 9,146

Brazil totals 610 deaths from coronavirus in one day and reaches 9,146

Brazil counted 610 new deaths from the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths to 9,146, while confirmed cases exceeded 135,000 in the country, the Health Ministry reported Thursday. This is the third consecutive day in which the daily number of deaths from COVID-19 is...

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