A recent study notes that while there are many online resources which help people make their own masks, there is little scientific evidence on what are the most suitable materials to use. Here is the latest on mask materials tested that include using the material from a vacuum bag.
A new study suggests that eating a high fat and low carb diet may be a nutritional therapeutic intervention to treat patients with heart failure as well as act as a preventive measure toward ensuring good cardiac health.
A new study reveals what materials should be used to improve cloth mask effectiveness against COVID-19.
A recent study examines the possibility of using Vitamin A for weight loss by turning obesity-based white fat into energy-burning brown fat under cold conditions.
A new study reports for the first time just how effective eating high flavanol foods are toward lowering your blood pressure. Discover some of the recommended foods you should eat to treat your hypertension.
A new study says that masks and distancing are good practices, but not good enough to protect the public—and here’s why.
A new study warns that many parents are feeding high levels of microplastics from baby bottles to their infants due to incorrect formula preparation. Here’s how you should be doing formula prep to avoid or lessen microplastic exposure.
Looking to develop a performance advantage? Here’s the latest on a new study that showed how a nutritional beverage supplement supplied to USAF Airmen test subjects, markedly improved their performance both physically and mentally.
A new study reveals why keeping weight off takes more than just willpower and what you can do while dieting to achieve better results to help your willpower stay strong.