قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Health (page 10)

Health

Active tuberculosis found at the University of Missouri

KMIZ / File Photo KMIZ / File Photo COLUMBIA, Mo. – A student from the University of Missouri has left the campus voluntarily after the diagnosis of active tuberculosis, said the MU News Bureau in a press release on Monday. MU officials are working with local health authorities to identify other individuals who need to be tested for the disease, …

Read More »

How to Reduce Knee and Joint Pain During a HIIT Class

Get the better newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Feb. 18, 2019, 16:18 GMT By Stephanie Mansour The American Council on Exercise defines high-intensity interval training (HIIT) as a system for organizing cardiac respiratory training with repeated seizures of a short duration Duration and high intensity exercise intervals mixed with periods of lower intensity intervals of active recovery. If you have done it right, …

Read More »

"Killer cells" raise hope for a universal flu vaccine

Scientists said they had discovered immune cells on Monday that can fight off all known flu viruses, which is called an "extraordinary breakthrough" and can lead to a universal vaccine against killer disease. Influenza epidemics According to the World Health Organization (WHO), they are essentially seasonal and kill hundreds of thousands of people each year. Because of their mutant strains, …

Read More »

Can you do 41 pushups? Study offers an incentive

(Newser) – How many pushups do you make? The answer could provide surprisingly simple insights into your cardiovascular health, reports Quartz. In a ten-year study with firefighters, researchers found a strong correlation: those who performed more than 40 pushups on annual exercise had a 96% lower risk of developing heart disease compared to those who did more than 10 Other …

Read More »

Zombie Deer Disease "could spread to humans through infected meat"

A deadly disease that devastated the stag in 24 states of the United States could someday be transmitted to humans, an expert warned. Previously, it was thought that the so-called zombie deer disease unlike humans can not be passed on the outbreak of the Mad Cow Disease in the 1980s and 1990s. However, one expert claims that in the years …

Read More »

OPEN NUTRITION CHECKLIST – 20 healthy protein sources for muscle growth and recovery

20 healthy protein sources to increase muscle and fuel performance The CrossFit Open is almost here! This handy list provides you with a quick resource that will allow you to include many different types of proteins in your diet to ensure that you can recover well throughout the competition and beyond, build muscle, and perform well = "https: //www.boxrox.com/gallery/healthy-protein-sources/Tuna.jpg "/> …

Read More »

Federal outbreak declared community of hepatitis A in Ohio

The Ohio Department of Health has reported a nationwide outbreak of hepatitis A after an increased number of cases in Ohio had been investigated. ODH issued the warning after an increase in cases with certain risk factors was observed since the beginning of 2018. Outbreaks of hepatitis A occur in several US states, including neighboring Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and West …

Read More »

Basic pregnancy can make childbirth safer: shots

Her research is still at an early stage, but Kristin Myers (left), a mechanical engineer, and Dr. Ing. Joy Vink, an OB-GYN, both at Columbia University, have already learned that cervical cancer is a more complicated blend of material than doctors have ever realized. Adrienne Grunwald for NPR Hide caption Caption switch Adrienne Grunwald for NPR Her research is still …

Read More »