The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says up to 214 million Americans could become ill, while 1.7 million could die if the current coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen. The CDC made the announcement during a closed-door meeting held last month between CDC officials and dozens of health professionals and epidemiologists from around the world, according to the New York Times, which broke the story for the first time. During the meeting, …Read More »
If you are trying to lose some weight, gain muscle, or tone your body, you can follow this workout and those results would be reached. This plan can be used by both women and men. These routines can be done anywhere and no equipment is required for any of them. This is the work-out plan for 7 days of the week: Monday 5 Push-Ups 20 Squats 10 Butt Kicks 15 Lunges 40 Sit-Ups …Read More »
Lung cancer is the second most common type of cancer in men and women (after prostate cancer in men and breasts in women). Men and women suffer from different types of lung cancer, so be careful about the symptoms and warning signs, as it is very important to look for symptoms specific to your gender. Lung Cancer in Women This type of cancer is called adenocarcinoma and extends from the outside of the …Read More »
A thrombus occurs when blood clots in a blood vessel and creates a plug. The obstruction prevents blood from circulating freely. Large blood clots can cause a heart attack or heart failure. There are six very common blood clot symptoms that you should know. It is usually difficult to explain why a person may have thrombosis. Because of this, it is very important to know the symptoms that tell you to see your …Read More »
80% Of People Have Magnesium Deficiency. Doctors Call It A “Hidden Deficit” And Point Out The Symptoms!
Signs of magnesium deficiency and tips for increasing magnesium levels Every organ in our body uses mineral-magnesium, especially the kidneys, heart, and muscles. Low levels of this mineral can cause unexplained weakness and fatigue, eye disorders, unusual heart rhythms, muscle cramps. A blood test cannot be shown if you have a magnesium deficiency. Because only 1% of magnesium is in the blood. At least magnesium is stored in your organs and bones and …Read More »