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Evidence: Spread of COVID-19 Is Sensitive to UV Exposure

Researchers uncover evidence that UV radiation from sunlight reduces COVID-19 transmission. Scientists, policymakers, and healthcare workers are eager to discern to what extent the...

New Defense Against Dengue and Emerging Mosquito-Borne Viruses

New treatments to cut the global death rate from mosquito-borne viruses — such as dengue, Zika, and West Nile viruses — could result from...

5 Foods That Can Help Relieve Painful Arthritis

Arthritis is a common and all too often a ferocious disease, ranging in severity from mild to crippling. It can strike at any age....

5 Useful Diet Recipes to Help Relieve Coughs

Coughing is a symptom that even doctors feel is worrying and troublesome. We suggest 5 useful diet recipes recommended by traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)...

Tang Dynasty: The Minister’s Kidney Remedy

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), there is a powerful kidney remedy called “Minister Zheng’s Prescription.” The origin of the name is directly related to...

Tips to Start Weight Loss Practice

With the stress of these unprecedented times, you may find yourself more tempted than usual to overindulge, adding to the size of your increasing...

Eat Tomatoes in Autumn and Winter to Protect the Cardiovascular System

During the winter months when the weather gets cold, people turn their attention to taking care of their hearts and the health of their...

WHO Redefines Herd Immunity in Push for Coronavirus Vaccination

Since March, when the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus pandemic became a daily focus of our lives in the western world, we have had...

Researcher Urges Caution Using Remdesivir to Treat COVID-19

While the world has its eyes on vaccines to stop the spread of COVID-19, therapeutics are still necessary to treat hospitalized patients. One of...

Iron-Rich Kidney Bean Chocolate Cake

A child nutritionist passed this recipe for kidney bean chocolate cake on to me one day when we were trying to come up with...

Tales From the Practice of Medicine: Diarrhea

There are varying degrees of diarrhea, ranging from mild to very severe, or persistent. A persistent attack of diarrhea is a very serious condition...

The Decisive Factors Affecting Longevity

Good health and longevity have been the subjects of many human studies. Elizabeth Blackburn the 2009 Nobel Prize winner in physiology, concluded that it...

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