New wearable e-skin sensor to boost health monitoring

New wearable e-skin sensor to boost health monitoring

New wearable e-skin sensor to boost health monitoring Japanese scientists have developed a hypoallergenic electronic sensor that can be worn on the skin to monitor a person’s health continuously over a long period. The wearable device has elastic electrodes, made up of breathable nanoscale meshes, that lets the skin breathe, preventing inflammation. Japanese scientists have developed a hypoallergenic electronic sensor that can be worn on the skin to monitor a person’s health continuously over a long period. The wearable device, that can be worn for a week without discomfort, has elastic…

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Be Aware : Are Scented Candles Harming Your Health?

Be Aware : Are Scented Candles Harming Your Health?

Be Aware : Are Scented Candles Harming Your Health? Scented candles are often used whether for decoration or simply for creating a calm and relaxed atmosphere in your house…However, these candles can cause more harm than good. Why is that? First, we must note that not all scented candles are harmful, but certain types are. The candles that are harmful are those made from paraffin wax. When this wax is heated it releases toxic chemicals : toluene and benzene. These two are the same as those found in diesel fumes.…

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Global health spending good for U.S. security and economy, National Academies say

Global health spending good for U.S. security and economy, National Academies say

Global health spending good for U.S. security and economy, National Academies say If a serious infectious disease blossomed across the globe today, the U.S. death toll could be double that of all the casualties suffered in wars since the American Revolution. Those 2 million potential American lives lost to a global pandemic is just one sobering statistic cited in a new report released today by the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine that urges sustained U.S. spending on global health initiatives. It also calls on the federal government…

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Choose The Right Treadmill

Choose The Right Treadmill

Choose The Right Treadmill Today everybody has become health conscious and wants to stay fit, but going to the gym can be a luxury which many people do not enjoy because of time constraint. You can solve this problem by getting a treadmill for your home. Not only can you workout at home without having to go anywhere, you can also exercise at your convenience anytime you want. A treadmill is a piece of exercise equipment where you run on the spot, without moving any distance. You can exercise while…

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Back Exercises & Strengthen Your Back

Back Exercises & Strengthen Your Back

Back Exercises & Strengthen Your Back   The National Institute of Health has estimated that 4 out of 5 Americans suffer from back pain at some time or the other in their lives. Back pain afflicts a person suddenly and without giving any prior symptoms. When affected, one must use their bodyís own healing ability to combat the pain, instead of preferring medicines and strengthen their body through back exercises. Back exercises, such as acupuncture, massage therapy, chiropractic, osteopathic care and certain other physical exercises are safer ways of treating…

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Some Simple Yoga Exercises to Improve General Health and Sexual Abilities

Exercises to Improve General

Some Simple Yoga Exercises to Improve General Health and Sexual Abilities A healthy genital area is of great importance both for the general well-being and for the sexual abilities. The same is true about a healthy respiratory tract and breathing apparatus. Here are presented three poses and three breathing exercises that have the following effects when done together in a series: – They stimulate the physiological functions of the genital and anal area. – They correct muscle weakness and anatomical problems of the anal and genital region. -They increase the…

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GOP Senator Concedes Democrats Had A Better Process When Passing Health Care Law

GOP Senator Concedes Democrats Had A Better Process When Passing Health Care Law

GOP Senator Concedes Democrats Had A Better Process When Passing Health Care Law Senator : Sen. Tom Cotton said the GOP needed more than 18 days to come up with a plan. But they actually had seven years. Ever since President Donald Trump and Republicans failed spectacularly on Friday in their efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, they have been busy finding people to blame. Republicans who opposed the bill have argued that the process was rushed, laying the blame on House GOP leaders like Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)…

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Conservatives Demand Changes On Health Care Bill As GOP Leaders Sound Shaky

Conservatives Demand Changes On Health Care Bill As GOP Leaders Sound Shaky

Conservatives Demand Changes On Health Care Bill As GOP Leaders Sound Shaky The House Freedom Caucus comes out “confident” that the current legislation won’t fly. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) acknowledged Wednesday there will have to be changes to the House Republicans’ health care bill, just as conservatives acknowledged that, short of a massive overhaul to the measure, they probably won’t support the legislation. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, emerged from the HFC meeting late Wednesday to suggest that Republicans may have to start…

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Is religion good for your health?

Is religion good for your health?

Is religion good for your health? Science and religion, anyone? Come now, stifle those yawns. A paper published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B this week claims to offer a fresh perspective, with the startling suggestion that religion is a way to protect us from disease. The general idea behind this theory — that religion is mainly a social construct — is actually much older than the authors, Corey Fincher and Randy Thornhill of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, acknowledge. It harks back to classic works by…

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Children’s mental health funding to plug NHS gaps is ‘like theft’, says former health minister

Using children's mental health funding

Children’s mental health funding to plug NHS gaps is ‘like theft’, says former health minister Norman Lamb adds new pledges by Theresa May are ‘puny response to a burning injustic’ The former care minister has blasted GPs for the “theft” of hundreds of millions of pounds earmarked for children’s mental health care to spend on plugging gaps left by cuts. Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb, who served as care minister in last coalition government, said he would grill the Government in Parliament over what he called a roadblock to the improvement…

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Habits That Will Improve Your Emotional Wellness

Habits

Habits That Will Improve Your Emotional Wellness Habits  Do you monitor your emotional well-being and take action when you hit a rough patch? Let’s be honest, most of us don’t. Even if you did pay attention to your psychological health, would you know how to ease emotional pain when your feelings were hurt, how to boost your confidence when your self-esteem was low, or how to recover after experiencing a loss? Again, most of us do not. What makes this a surprising truth as well as an inconvenient one is…

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