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The question of how many resources we need to treat Covid-19, and its comparison with the flu, is explored in this second of two articles on the disease's statistics.
The weighing scale isn’t always the best indicator of weight loss; here are some other ways to see if you’ve lost those kilos.
Air pollution caused by industrial waste and natural weather phenomenon is the cause of millions of premature deaths worldwide every year.
A woman was rejected for a liver transplant because doctors thought she was an alcohol addict, then they discovered her bladder was producing alcohol.
Magnesium is a very common mineral in the human body, and there is plenty of evidence to show how it plays a significant role in our health.
A new study finds that consuming more added sugar results in a decrease in vitamin and mineral consumption.
The common cold and influenza are often difficult to distinguish, but both are viral infections that affect millions of people worldwide.
Spending time in nature, whether at the neighbourhood park or by the beach, is good for both physical and mental health.
The Soft Drinks Industry Levy in the United Kingdom has been successful in decreasing the amount of sugar in many soft drinks on the market.