COVID-19 is a disease that mainly affects the respiratory system of a person and causes them mild to severe respiratory problems like shortness of breath, cough and pneumonia. Medical experts say that when coronavirus enters the respiratory tract, they first cause inflammation of the air passage followed by irritation of the lining of the airways. This result in a persistent cough and shortness of breath which are the mild symptoms of COVID-19. … [Read more...] about Why Smokers Are At Higher Risk Of Getting Coronavirus
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You can brew black tea from 2 tea bags and after it cools, apply the solution on the genitals and keep it on for a few minutes. This remedy is effective for genital warts and herpes. It is one of the best home remedies for STDs and other infections. … [Read more...] about Natural Home Remedies To Prevent Sexually Transmitted Diseases
What Is Thermography? Thermography (also called thermal imaging) is a test that makes use of an infrared camera to capture and hence detect heat patterns and the flow of blood in the bodily tissues. Diagnosing breast cancer has become easy with the help of digital infrared thermal imaging (DITI)  . This technique of breast cancer diagnosis works by revealing temperature differences on the surface of the breasts. The idea followed is that since cancer cells multiply, they would need more oxygen-rich blood to grow. So, when the tumour begins to receive more blood flow towards it, the temperature around it rises. … [Read more...] about Thermography: Procedure, Benefits & Risks
What To Do If you are diagnosed with positive COVID-19, stay away from your pets and other animals as you maintain a distance with your loved ones. Though there is only a few incidence of COVID-19 spread from infected humans to animals, it is still recommended by medical experts to limit animal contact. This is the best way to ensure yours and your pet's health. … [Read more...] about Are Pets At The Risk Of Coronavirus?
"The results provide evidence of a modest increased risk of Parkinson's with greater consumption of low-fat dairy products. Such dairy products, which are widely consumed, could potentially be a modifiable risk factor for the disease," said Katherine C. Hughes, from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston. … [Read more...] about Low-fat Milk Consumption Linked To Parkinson’s – Study