It’s okay to cry: Crying may have physiologically soothing effects, say scientists

Crying often indicates weakness or sadness in popular media, but according to a study, this emotional response may offer a particular benefit: Regulating your breathing after stressful situations. The aim of the study was to understand the functions of human crying and to determine if crying offered physiological benefits. The findings of the study were published in the journal Emotion. Is crying good for … Continue reading It’s okay to cry: Crying may have physiologically soothing effects, say scientists

A warning to the world? New York now scrambling to address Coronavirus outbreak

New York is now serving as a “warning” to the rest of the United States — and the rest of the world, for that matter — as it continues to get battered by the COVID-19 pandemic.This development came after coronavirus cases in the state surged up to 92,381, thus surpassing the number of cases recorded in China’s … Continue reading A warning to the world? New York now scrambling to address Coronavirus outbreak

Vaccine Targets Viral Epigenetic Modification, Could Prevent Respiratory Infection

As COVID-19 is proving to the world, viruses are powerful biological agents, capable of rapidly effecting massive damage and fatality. And yet, they’re so simple: a virus is merely comprised of pieces of genetic material—either RNA or DNA—wrapped in a protein envelope, which is known as a “capsid.”But coronaviruses are not the only type of virus out … Continue reading Vaccine Targets Viral Epigenetic Modification, Could Prevent Respiratory Infection

Medical Apocalypse Drives the World

That worst-case isn’t here yet, but social activity is grinding to a halt. What we are witnessing is a rapid shift in world fortunes without precedent. Just one example is the airline industry, whose level of activity is dropping like a stone. Airports around the world support ecosystems of restaurants, stores, taxis and hotels that … Continue reading Medical Apocalypse Drives the World

Pleading for Medical Intelligence

According to the Pentagon, 71 percent of our young adults are ineligible to serve in the U.S. military because they are either too dumb, too fat or have a criminal background. Modern civilization is in decline as we suicide the human race with our diets and the mountain of lies that our leaders foist on us. Richard Stevenson, professor … Continue reading Pleading for Medical Intelligence

Breathe your stress away: Yoga lowers blood pressure

Is stress raising your blood pressure to unhealthy levels? Brazilian researchers recommend letting it all out through your left nostril in a pranayama exercise. An article in Science Direct showed that adopting yoga breathing exercises can help reduce and manage your blood pressure levels. Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a very common ailment. It derives from multiple factors … Continue reading Breathe your stress away: Yoga lowers blood pressure

Effects of a Poor Appetite

Source: Effects of a Poor Appetite by Dr. Edward Group Poor appetite can be an indication of bowel disorders. Many people don’t necessarily link the two in their minds, but it’s true. Diarrhea from sensitivity to certain foods Nausea and vomiting make eating a repellant idea Constipation can make you feel full Indigestion makes eating difficult … Continue reading Effects of a Poor Appetite

More proof of hygiene theory – exposure to microbes help kids breathe better

More and more children in Europe are being diagnosed with asthma. But not all youngsters are equally at risk. Curiously, a new epidemiological study just published in The New England Journal of Medicine shows that children living on farms are significantly less likely to develop asthma than other kids. What's the explanation? The international team of scientists that … Continue reading More proof of hygiene theory – exposure to microbes help kids breathe better

Study: Probiotics May Help Protect Infants From Respiratory Illness

Source: Study: Probiotics May Help Protect Infants From Respiratory Illness by Dr. Edward Group Findings presented by Finnish researchers at the University of Turku further supports the potential benefits of probiotics during the first months of life, particularly with regard to respiratory health. The scientists claim a near 30 percent reduction in respiratory illness among infants … Continue reading Study: Probiotics May Help Protect Infants From Respiratory Illness