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Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/22/2020 09:13
The list of the health benefits of drinking tea are long (here's what happens to your body when you consume it), so it may come as no surprise that sipping a lot of this beverage can help lower your blood pressure. Tea—like berries, apples, pears, and more foods—contains flavanols. And a diet high in flavanols can lead to lower blood pressure, according to a recent study.An analysis of the food choices of 25,618 people in the U.K. published in the journal Scientific Reports found a high intake of flavanols "was associated with a significantly lower systolic blood pressure" in both men and women comparable to following the Mediterranean diet or the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet—or from eating less salt. The biggest chan.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/22/2020 08:00
By now, most of us have gotten used to the idea of popping on a face mask if we're going indoors to a public place where we can expect to encounter a lot of people—such as a grocery store. But, there's one thing you probably don't want to have on you when you head into the grocery store, and it's probably not something you'd expect: sunglasses.That's right, wearing shades indoors is not just a fashion faux pas. It also could create opportunities for picking up unwanted germs, bacteria, and contagions that can put yourself at greater risk of contracting COVID-19. (For more on grocery stores, here are 8 Grocery Items That May Soon Be in Short Supply)."You increase your risk to COVID exposure when you wear your shades shopping," says Gail Trau.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/22/2020 07:58
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Wednesday that it has expanded its definition of someone who was in "close contact" with a person diagnosed with coronavirus. It has many public health implications, underscoring the importance of mask wearing, expanding the remit of contact tracers, and potentially affecting guidelines for self-quarantining and who should be tested after exposure. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.Very short exposures may cause infectionsThe CDC's previous definition of a "close contact" was someone who spent at least 15 consecutive minutes within six feet of someone with COVID-19. The agency's new guidance chang.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/22/2020 07:45
With all the worries about coronavirus bring wildly contagious, you may be wondering, how long does it take for COVID symptoms to appear? There are a million risk factors out there for contracting coronavirus, and wondering how long does it take for COVID symptoms to appear is of great concern. Did you recently attend a party that had 18 people instead of the recommended 10? Hang out at a bar with a "face masks are optional" policy? Go to happy hour with a friend who just tested positive for COVID-19? If you think you may have put yourself in a situation that could have exposed you to the virus, it's important to take it seriously.How Long Does It Take for COVID Symptoms to Appear?So, how long after your potential exposure should you begin
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/22/2020 07:04
Coronavirus rates are rising in more than 75 percent of the U.S., prompting a stark assessment from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Unfortunately, we're seeing a distressing trend here in the United States," said Jay Butler, the CDC's deputy director for infectious diseases, at a media briefing Wednesday. He said the surge is likely due to the arrival of cooler weather, but small gatherings are also responsible. "Smaller, more intimate gatherings of family, friends and neighbors may be driving transmission as well, especially as they move indoors." Read on to see how you can stay safe, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.Fighting COVID—and COVID fati.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/22/2020 07:03
Early on in the pandemic, one thing became immediately clear: COVID-19 is not a one-size-fits-all virus. Some people become infected and never experience a single symptom, while others end up hooked up to a ventilator. And, a small percentage of people even suffer a mild infection followed by several months of prolonged and debilitating symptoms. During a presentation at the Infectious Diseases Society of America's virtual conference, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, discussed "the most disastrous pandemic that we have experienced in our civilization in over 102 years." During his talk, he also outlined the five different types of COVID-19 manifestations, which everyone should know about. Read on, and to en.
Yahoo Style (Canada) 10/22/2020 07:00
A new study has linked belly fat to a higher risk of premature death. And if that wasn't scary enough, the study found that this causation holds true regardless of overall body fat aka regardless of where you are on the normal to obese weight range.Each 10-centimeter increase in belly fat raised the risk of death from any cause by 8% for women and by 12% for men. But, they also found that larger hips and thighs are associated with a lower risk of early death—every additional 5 centimeters on the thigh circumference decreased the risk by 18%. (Related: 21 Best Healthy Cooking Hacks of All Time.)These conclusions were drawn when researchers reviewed 72 studies and examined the data of about 2.5 million participants, tracking them for periods


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