Archives for: January 2020

New Coronavirus Hits United States

January 29th, 2020
There are now five confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the United States. Two are in southern California, one in Arizona, one in Illinois, and one in Washington State. Protective Measures The outbreak which began in Wuhan, China, has now hit the U.S… more »

What is Your Ageotype?

January 22nd, 2020
High school reunions are always the same. There are people who look like they haven’t aged a day since they graduated, and there are those who you would never recognize without the name tag. Scientists are now delving into why this occurs. New Study Re… more »

Researchers May Have Found Answer to Cosmetics Allergy

January 15th, 2020
New research is being done on allergic reactions to cosmetics and skin creams. Molecule May be Allergy Culprit An international team of dermatologists, rheumatologists and immunologists has identified CD1a, a molecule found in human skin cells, as the… more »

Studies Back up Intermittent Fasting

January 8th, 2020
A review of existing studies published last month in the “New England Journal of Medicine” suggests that periodically forgoing meals can improve overall health. Intermittent Fasting and the Body Studies in animals and people have shown that alternatin… more »

Healthier Eating Could Save the U.S. Billions in Healthcare

January 2nd, 2020
Healthier eating could save the United States more than $50 billion a year in healthcare costs associated with heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and related illnesses, according to a new study. Eating More Green Could Save the U.S. Some Green I… more »