Time restricted eating or intermittent fasting has been a popular weight loss method this past year. However, a new study states that it does not work. Here are some responses to the study after it was published and what you can take away from this confusing dieting news.
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory may have found a hackable solution for sterilizing your COVID-19 masks at home.
New research shows that the 6-foot distancing rule may not be a sufficient barrier in an interior space without good ventilation.
A new study reveals a potential problem with cloth face coverings and underlines the importance of handling as well as washing your face covering carefully before and after using.
Here’s the latest on how taking caffeine and a nap at the same time can help workers stay alert during a nightshift.
Discover why you should avoid creams and moisturizers advertised as “non-greasy feeling” when wearing face masks, and choose this special combo that actually decreases mask-related skin friction as the day progresses.
Here’s the latest from the Cleveland Clinic on what you need to know about having a sore throat while wearing a mask.
Pound for pound, which do you think provides more health benefits: weight loss surgery or dieting? A new study found a surprising finding that may help you decide which method to take for losing weight.
While many are creating home-made COVID-19 masks from cotton and other similar materials, a new study reports that possibly the best alternative mask material could be in your closet.
Curing those annoying hiccups is as simple as sucking on a straw with this new invention by an anesthesiologist who found the answer to an age-old problem.