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    Healthcare Chain

  • Hoe Kan Ik Meer Vet Verbranden Met Oefeningen?
    Als je het gevoel hebt dat alle extra calorieën die je eet rechtstreeks naar je… The post Hoe Kan Ik Meer Vet Verbranden Met Oefeningen? appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Hoe De Meest Voorkomende Oorzaken van Haaruitval bij Mannen te Behandelen
    Als men kaal begint te worden, kan het voelen alsof je een stuk van je… The post Hoe De Meest Voorkomende Oorzaken van Haaruitval bij Mannen te Behandelen appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Clearpores Review – Onze Volledige Acne Test
    Als je een gezonde huid hebt, toon je niet alleen de reinheid en verzorging van… The post Clearpores Review – Onze Volledige Acne Test appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Wat Te Weten Over een Terugtrekkende Haarlijn bij Mannen en Vrouwen
    Een terugtrekkende haarlijn houdt niet alleen in dat je minder haar hebt. Het is een… The post Wat Te Weten Over een Terugtrekkende Haarlijn bij Mannen en Vrouwen appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Waarom Mannelijke Kaalheid Optreedt
    Kaal worden is een feit voor miljoenen mannen. Volwassenen verliezen elke dag zo’n 10.000 haren… The post Waarom Mannelijke Kaalheid Optreedt appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Knoflook voor Gewichtsverlies
    Neef van de ui en zus van de sjalot, knoflook is een klein, maar machtig… The post Knoflook voor Gewichtsverlies appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Veganistische Eiwitcombinaties
    Als je een veganist bent, of een strikte vegetariër, wil je misschien nauwlettender aandacht geven… The post Veganistische Eiwitcombinaties appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »

    Harvard Health Blog

  • 5 inflammation-fighting food swaps
    Inflammation can be a beneficial sign that the body’s immune system is fighting an infection, but it can also linger over time, damaging the body. There is evidence that eating a diet heavy in foods that promote inflammation can increase the risk for certain health problems, and also that a... Read more »
  • Is IBD an underrecognized health problem in minority groups?
    Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a treatable condition once considered a disease that largely affects people who are white, although in recent years it has been diagnosed more often in other racial and ethnic groups, in the US and around the world. Recognizing this condition early can make a difference... Read more »
  • Sickle cell disease in newborns and children: What families should know and do
    Millions of people around the world have sickle cell disease, a genetic condition that can cause pain and damage to organs or tissues, and can make children more susceptible to other health problems. In the US, most cases are diagnosed through screening in newborns. Getting connected to the proper care... Read more »
  • COVID-19 vaccines for children and teens: What we do — and don’t — know
    Every day, more and more adults are getting vaccinated against COVID-19, helping us build toward herd immunity. But what about children and teens? What is the status of research on the vaccines in these groups, and when might vaccines be available for them? The post COVID-19 vaccines for children and... Read more »
  • Happy trails: Take a hike, now
    After too much time spent indoors (and probably less active than is healthy), getting outside and taking a hike is a great way to get some exercise while enjoying nature. But before you hit the trail, make sure you’re well prepared. The post Happy trails: Take a hike, now appeared... Read more »
  • Sleep well — and reduce your risk of dementia and death
    Although it has been known for some time that individuals with dementia frequently have poor, fragmented sleep, two new studies suggest that if you don’t get enough sleep in midlife, you are at increased risk for dementia later in life. The post Sleep well — and reduce your risk of... Read more »
  • VideoCOVID-19 vaccines and the LGBTQ+ community
    A history of discrimination in multiple settings, including health care, may make some people who identify as LGBTQ+ hesitant to get a COVID-19 vaccine, even though the virus has disproportionately harmed this community. If you're struggling to make a decision, this may help you consider benefits and risks. The post... Read more »

    Five Thirty Eight - Science & Health

  • Why Is There Such A Gender Gap In COVID-19 Vaccination Rates?
    For months, local, state and federal officials have been consumed with how to persuade Americans who are wary of the COVID-19 vaccine to get the shot anyway. The conversation has focused in large part on specific demographic groups and how to overcome certain cultural factors to get the vaccines into... Read more »
  • Why Many Americans Can’t See The Wealth Gap Between White And Black America
    In the last year and a quarter, the pandemic has served as a stark reminder of just how unequal America still is. But it also hasn’t been a “reminder” for everyone. Black Americans and other Americans of color didn’t have the luxury of forgetting that American society is unequal.  For... Read more »
  • How Low Can America’s Birth Rate Go Before It’s A Problem?
    The U.S. fertility rate hit a record low in 2020 — just as it did in 2019, and 2018. Although the COVID-19 pandemic seems to have accelerated this decline, the drop has been underway for years. The total fertility rate — the average number of children a woman is expected... Read more »
  • Why The Lab Leak Debate Is Back
    Early on in the pandemic, there was a lot of talk about whether the virus that causes COVID-19 could have leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China. Some scientists and politicians circulated this idea, but there was no substantiated evidence to back it up.  The most likely story is that... Read more »
  • A Solid Majority Of Americans Approve Of How Biden Has Handled The Pandemic. But They Don’t Necessarily Approve Of His Job Overall.
    Throughout President Biden’s first few months in office, Americans have generally viewed the coronavirus as the country’s most pressing problem. But as communities reopen, vaccination rates rise and new COVID-19 cases fall, is Biden getting “credit” for his handling of the pandemic? Well, yes, on the one hand. Americans rate... Read more »
  • How Pharma’s Lucrative Patent System Is Complicating The Pandemic
    There’s a worldwide shortage of vaccines but plenty of factories standing by to make them. Why is there such a gap between what we need and what we can make? On this week’s episode of PODCAST-19, we explore the surprisingly wild world of pharmaceutical patent law to understand how our... Read more »
  • Who Took Care Of The First Baby?
    The questions kids ask about science aren’t always easy to answer. Sometimes their little brains can lead to big places that adults forget to explore, and that’s what inspired our series Science Question From A Toddler, which uses kids’ curiosity as a jumping-off point to investigate the scientific wonders that... Read more »