When people think of COVID-19 deaths, people typically envision an older person, maybe even an older person in a care home. And while many people who have died of COVID-19 are older, about one in five COVID-19 deaths are of people under the age of 65.
Ivermectin is medication used for treatment of parasites in animals. It is grouped with some other similar drugs under the class of macrocyclic lactones, and commonly used by farm animal and domestic animal veterinarians to treat all manner of external and internal parasites in dogs, cats, cattle, pigs, and horses.
Everything’s coming up roses! Everywhere we look there’s a new rose product on the market for your skin, home, or belly! In your regular grocery stores, you can find rose-scented household cleansers and soaps by Mrs. Myers, rose water drinks by Dirty Lemon, and even rose water shampoo and conditioner by Pantene.
So, you just got vaccinated and might be wondering, now what? Does this mean I can go wherever I want? Hug anyone? Hop on a plane? Throw my masks away?
Beginning yesterday, Canada has imposed new travel restrictions to further
screen every person entering the country. This recent mandate applies to international air travelers only (those arriving by land are subject to other rules) and is meant to ensure that anyone arriving on Canadian soil is arriving COVID-free.
For most of us, 2020 has pretty much been synonymous with “stress.” Between the fear of getting the novel coronavirus, and the combination of working from home or distance learning, we’re lucky to be holding it together at all. Many of us are finding ourselves picking up unhealthy habits, some of which can be worse than others.
Most of us know a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as about 3-7% of children have ADHD. And while medication has traditionally been useful in treating this, now, is it possible that video games could be a prescription for childhood ADHD? Read on to learn about ADHD in children and how a video game can now be prescribed to treat children with ADHD.
Did you know October is Liver Awareness Month? The liver is the second largest organ in the body and has some 500 or so critical jobs. Essentially, it’s a powerhouse by performing tasks such as producing proteins, cholesterol, and bile, as well as storing vitamins, minerals, and carbs. Plus, it breaks down toxins, alcohol, and medications.
When people turn fifty, it’s typically a crucial year for many people. Not just because it’s the big 5-0, either. Being fifty has been shown to kick of a number of health-related issues into high gear. However, many of them are also signs that might be easy to spot if you know what to look for. So, if you’re over forty, you might just want to perk up and pay attention. Here ‘s a list of 11 important health signs you need to be on the lookout for before your turn fifty (and of course, afterward).
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