Coronavirus (COVID-19): Prevention and Protective Measures

The following are steps to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19

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Stay home except to get medical care
  • Stay home: People who are mildly ill with COVID-19 are able to recover at home. Do not leave, except to get medical care. Do not visit public areas.
  • Stay in touch with your doctor. Call before you get medical care. Be sure to get care if you feel worse or you think it is an emergency.
  • Avoid public transportation: Avoid using public transportation, ride-sharing, or taxis.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Symptoms And When To Seek Help

Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The main list of acute symptoms at this time is actually quite short and can appear anywhere from two to 14 days after exposure to the virus.

Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases.

These symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure (based on the incubation period of MERS-CoV viruses).
  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath/Difficulty breathing


Take Care of your Vagina and Prosper :)

Vagina Health

First allow me to make it clear that discharge (the fluid that secretes from your vaginal) is NORMAL. And it's how your vaginal self cleanses.

Some of us release more discharge than others. In order to decrease the amount of discharge on your panties (and thus reduce vaginal ordor) you can stick one CLEAN finger in your vagina and move it around the walls of your vagina and scoop out extra discharge. I'll recommend using your index finger and thumb to cover the complete circumference of your vaginal walls.


The REAL dangers of microwave ovens, ...and how to test if yours is leaking

Microwave radiation dangers
by Mia De Graaf

No matter how grand your culinary intentions, it is always tempting to just use the microwave.

It's easy, fast, and - for the eco-warriors - energy-efficient.

But that shortcut comes with a plethora of health risks.

From cataracts to cancer, radiation expert Professor Magda Havas of Trent University tells us the dangers of lazily popping our meals in the oven - and watching them cook.


The advantages and disadvantages of drinking coffee

Pros and Cons of drinking Coffee
So, is coffee good or bad for you?

There has long been debate over whether coffee is ultimately good or bad for the body.

A stream of studies have prodded its link with heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, obesity, the risk of stroke and more.

What morning coffee is really doing to your body throughout the day

  • Coffee can have a drastic effect on your body and mood
  • Caffeine increases alertness and stimulates the production of adrenaline
  • It also causes a spike in blood pressure and a tightening of the veins
  • Coffee gives your metabolism a kick but can also irritate your bladder
  • The jury is out on whether coffee is good or bad for you in the long run

by: Steven Trask

A cup or two of coffee is an early-morning ritual that many rely on to start the day.

Although people love to perk up with their morning cup, most are oblivious to the longer-term effects of coffee and caffeine.

With that in mind, lets lifts the lid on your coffee cup to discover what your wake-up brew really does to your body.


Proven Ways To Improve Your Relationship

Happy Couple
by: Farah Averill

Do you feel like your relationship isn’t quite what it used to be? To help you revive your relationship, we’ve reviewed a serious body of research to bring you the 10 most powerful, scientifically proven ways to improve virtually any relationship.

These tips also happen to be the key ingredients that go into making a good relationship work, so even if you think everything’s great, you can use this list as a diagnostic tool to make sure you and your partner are on the road to relationship bliss.


Pineapple and Broccoli can stop superbugs, cancers, heart disease and diabetes

Pineapple and Broccoli
Can the enzymes found in the stems and roots of pineapple fruit and broccoli help in the war against drug-resistant superbugs, coronary heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and several types of cancer?

Two separate reports suggest that pineapple and broccoli may provide the next novel drugs for superbugs and chronic diseases.

Keeping fit in middle age boosts health and cuts risk of stroke

Couple jogging
Being fit in your 40s could cut your risk of a stroke in your 60s.

Research has shown that men and women who are very fit in their mid to late 40s are a third less likely to suffer a stroke aged 65-plus than their couch-potato friends and colleagues.

The result is important because stroke is the fourth-biggest killer, claiming twice as many women’s lives as breast cancer and killing more men than prostate and testicular cancer combined.


Best High-Fiber Foods for Weight Loss

Fiber Diet
by: Dana Leigh Smith

The words "diet" and "fun" are rarely—if ever—used in the same sentence, likely because most people associate slashing calories with feelings of hunger and deprivation. But it doesn't have to be that way!

Believe it or not, it is possible to lose weight rapidly by eating delicious, filling foods that will keep you satisfied all day long. How? By ensuring your meals and snacks are rich in fiber. (Most Americans are only getting a fraction of the daily recommended 25-38 grams.) Yes, the same nutrient associated with keeping us “regular” is also a powerful hunger zapper. By filling you up for fewer calories and slowing the rate at which you digest, fiber-filled fare will keep you satiated longer, which can significantly aid weight loss efforts.

Not sure which foods are filled with the nutrient? Fear not! Below, you’ll find some of the best sources, ranked in order from the least nutrient-dense to the most potent. Head to the grocery store and stock up on these items to keep your bod healthy and trim.