Face Masks, Yes, But Don't Forget Hand-Washing

The review of 22 published studies with more than 2,000 households found that wearing masks does not reduce the frequency of hand-washing.

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Young Black Americans at High Risk of Hypertension

The study, of 18- to 44-year-olds in the United States, found that high blood pressure was prevalent across all racial groups: Among both white and Mexican American participants, 22% had the condition.

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First U.S. Face Transplant Recipient Dies

Her surgery was performed at the Cleveland Clinic, where she died Wednesday from complications from an infection not related to the transplant, the AP. said.

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How to Use Soaking and Sprouting (And Why It’s Beneficial!)

The go-to guide you need for how to soak and sprout your grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds. Soaking and sprouting is a great way to increase nutrient density, nutrient absorption and promote optimal digestion. Whether you struggle with digesting certain beans or legumes, or if you’re simply looking for a fun way to boost the […]

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362: A Cardiologist Takes on Common Health Myths With Dr. Jack Wolfson

We haven’t talked about heart health on the podcast in a while, but this is an incredibly important topic for women! Board-certified cardiologist Dr. Jack Wolfson joins me today to talk about how nutrition, lifestyle, and supplements can help protect and improve long-term cardiac health. During our interview, we bust some common myths and misconceptions […]

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Many Americans Pause Social Media as Tensions Rise

The national survey by Ohio State Wexner Medical Center of 2,000 people found that 56% changed their social media habits because of tensions brought on by current U.S. events.

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Even With PPE, Frontline Workers Face COVID Risk

Paramedics, who are often the first to see sick patients, are at far greater risk of testing positive for COVID-19 than others, the researchers said.

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Weekly Health Quiz: Insulin, Nutrients and Masks

1 Which of the following statements is accurate? While U.S. SARS-CoV-2 infection rates are rising, hospitalizations and death rates have steadily and dramatically declined for more than two months While U.S. SARS-CoV-2 infection rates are rising, as testing of healthy people continues to increase, hospitalizations and death rates have steadily and dramatically declined, demonstrating the […]

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