Alcohol-Related Deaths Soared During Pandemic, Outpaced COVID-19 For Adults Under 65, Study Says | The Daily Wire

Alcohol Related Deaths Soared During Pandemic Outpaced COVID 19 For Adults Under

The number of deaths in the United States from alcohol-related causes soared during the coronavirus pandemic, jumping 25% year-over-year in 2020, according to a new study. Researchers with the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism published the results of their study into the number of alcohol-related deaths during the pandemic in The Journal of … Read more

Eating cranberries every day keeps heart disease away, study says

Eating cranberries every day keeps heart disease away study says

LONDON — Cranberries are famous for their distinct tart taste. However, new research by a team at King’s College London suggests this delicious fruit should be just as synonymous with healthy hearts. Scientists report eating just 100 grams of cranberries per day contributes to particularly robust cardiac functioning in healthy men. Even better, the cardiac … Read more

Hair Care Tips: 8 Healthy Nutrients To Add To Your Diet For Healthy Hair – Expert Recommends

1648049173 Hair Care Tips 8 Healthy Nutrients To Add To Your

Weather is on a transition mode right now. The cold winter season has officially come to an end, making way for long summer days. While the nature is at its best phase during this time of the year, it also brings along several skin and hair-related issues. Season change often makes our hair dry and … Read more

Researchers warn of tick-borne Heartland virus in US. What to know about the viral pathogen

Researchers warn of tick borne Heartland virus in US What to

The Heartland virus is circulating in ticks in Georgia, researchers warned in a study published last week. The findings, published in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases and led by researchers from Emory University, analyzed virus samples from ticks collected in central Georgia. But the Heartland virus, first identified in Missouri in 2009, has been documented … Read more

Fight Alzheimer’s in your mid-30s by tracking these warning signs

1648039653 Fight Alzheimers in your mid 30s by tracking these warning signs

“We have shown for the first time that the associations between cholesterol and glucose levels and the future risk of Alzheimer’s disease extend much earlier in life than previously thought,” senior study author Lindsay Farrer, chief of biomedical genetics at Boston University Biomedical Genetics, told CNN. “This study gives us more fuel for the fire … Read more

A Birth Control Pill for Men Could Start Human Trials This Year

A Birth Control Pill for Men Could Start Human Trials

Photo: Shaul Schwarz (Getty Images) Scientists are still racing to create the first male contraceptive that isn’t a condom or surgery. In new preliminary research, a team says they’ve developed a non-hormonal form of male birth control, one that kept lab mice sterile for four to six weeks with seemingly no side effects. Early human … Read more

570,000 broiler chickens to be destroyed as bird flu hits Nebraska poultry farm

570000 broiler chickens to be destroyed as bird flu hits

Nebraska has confirmed its first case of the bird flu in a commercial flock of chickens. The state Department of Agriculture said the highly contagious disease has been found in a flock of 570,000 broiler chickens in Butler County. Jessica Kolterman, a spokesperson for Lincoln Premium Poultry, confirmed that the flock is on a farm … Read more

Climate Change Produces More Pollen – Driving Longer, More Intense Allergy Seasons

1648025643 Climate Change Produces More Pollen – Driving Longer More Intense

Rising temperatures, increased CO2 will drive trees, grasses, weeds to produce more pollen. Allergy seasons are likely to become longer and grow more intense as a result of increasing temperatures caused by manmade climate change, according to new research from the University of Michigan. By the end of this century, pollen emissions could begin 40 … Read more

As BA.2 grows in the US, experts look to other countries to predict its impact here

1648020770 As BA2 grows in the US experts look to other

BA.2 caused about 35% of cases in the US last week, up from 22% the week before, according to new estimates from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which were posted on Tuesday. At the same time, new Covid-19 cases are holding steady or increasing in about 19 states, according to data … Read more

Do we all need a fourth vaccine dose? Why doctors are not convinced — yet

Do we all need a fourth vaccine dose Why doctors

Studies continue to show that mRNA vaccines and boosters for COVID-19 are very successful at preventing hospitalization and death, but there has been some data to suggest their overall effectiveness against coronavirus infections is waning — especially when confronted with the omicron variant. Notably, one recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine analyzed data … Read more