How To Get Rid of an Ingrown Toenail: Everything You Need for Prevention and Treatment, According to a Podiatrist

Table of Contents What Causes Ingrown Toenails? Can I Prevent Ingrown Toenails? If I Already Have One, What Do I Do? The Best Products for Treating Ingrown Toenails Tell us if this sounds familiar: You just clipped your toenails and then a few weeks later, you’ve got a weird stinging pain on the edge of one of your toenails. If that’s happened to you before, you probably were dealing with an ingrown toenail. An ingrown toenail is, for once, exactly what it sounds like: it’s when the toenail grows in such a way that it pokes into the skin surrounding the toenail, causing discomfort and...
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Proven Ways to Take Years Off Your Looks, Say Experts

Proven Ways to Take Years Off Your Looks, Say Experts. Having a youthful look takes more than just a good skincare routine. Maintaining radiant and glowing skin comes from within and while genetics do play a part in how we age, so do positive and healthy lifestyle choices. Eat This, Not That! Health spoke with wellness and clean living expert Julie McClure who revealed her 9 tricks for looking and feeling young. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had COVID.
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Treatments For Overbites – Invisible Braces

An overbite is a common dental condition in which the upper front teeth overlap the lower ones. It is often caused by malocclusion, which is a problem with the way the jaw connects to the teeth. It can be a serious problem that will affect the health and appearance of your smile. The good news is that there are now several treatments for overbites, including invisible braces. Read on to learn more about these methods.

Study Finds Men Are More Likely To Spread Viral Particles Than Women

Masks and social distancing have become an everyday part of many people’s daily lives, as coronavirus is spread via respiratory droplets. But is virus transmission equal for everyone? Could it be that some people are more susceptible to spreading the virus than others?. Are Men to Blame?. A new...

Supplement appears to boost muscle, mitochondria health

An oral supplement intended to stimulate a natural body process appears to promote muscle endurance and mitochondrial health in humans. New research suggests that the supplement, urolithin A, may help improve or prolong muscle activity in people who are aging or who have diseases that make exercise difficult. The paper...

We Have a ‘Sixth Sense’ That Is Key to Our Wellbeing, But Only if We Listen to It

Most people are familiar with the five senses (touch, sight, hearing, smell, and taste), but not everyone knows that we have an additional sense called interoception. This is the sense of our body’s internal state. It helps us feel and interpret internal signals that regulate vital functions in our body, like hunger, thirst, body temperature, and heart rate.
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Replication, coverage vary among MD vaccination programs for long-lived birds

Marek’s disease (MD) vaccination programs for breeders and layers can vary significantly in the replication and coverage they provide,1 a finding that should be considered when planning an MD-control strategy for long-lived birds, advises Eduardo Muniz, DVM, PhD, Zoetis. “All commercially available MD vaccines prevent mortality and the development...

Pomegranates contain an anti-aging substance

New research led by the University of Washington has found that a substance in pomegranates called “urolithin A” could be used to create novel anti-aging treatments that strengthen muscles and mitochondrial health and thus protect against frailty in old age. Urolithin A is a by-product of a person’s...
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OHS Horticulture Class wins Midland Genetics’ Inaugural Corn Challenge

Students in Blake Lasley’s horticulture class at Ottawa High School became the first winners of Midland Genetics’ Corn Challenge, a competition between Franklin County high schools to see who could grow the most corn and take in the highest profit per acre. In the spring of 2021, representatives...

Should You Work Out Everyday or Is There Such a Thing As Too Much Exercise?

Exercise is indispensable for staying in shape, improving well-being and minimizing the risk of ill health, especially as you age. As a result of these benefits, some people may consider the more exercise incorporated into your daily routine, the better. However, there are real concerns that excessive exercise and overtraining...

Tips to Lower Risk of Schizophrenia in Children

Ignoring the symptoms of schizophrenia and leaving it untreated can lead to severe complications. It is a mental disorder that affects a person’s behavior and the way he feels and thinks. A schizophrenic loses touch with reality. Schizophrenia runs in the genes, but it is not necessary that everyone...

The rare, intense world of a super-smeller

‘I’ve got this little extra strength’: the rare, intense world of a super smeller. From petrol and perfume to Parkinson’s disease, super-smellers can detect scents others are oblivious to. For Krati Garg, the ability’s both power and pain. A few years ago Dr Krati Garg, an...

Ukraine says batch of US military aid has arrived

Their DNA Hides a Warning, but They Don’t Want to Know What It Says. Marin Konstadt, visiting family in Florida, was at the opera in 2020 when she got a call on her cellphone. She called back at intermission. The caller, a genetics specialist at a hospital, had some important news for her. She has a genetic variant that can increase her disease risk. Did she want to know more? Konstadt, 69, a psychiatric nurse practitioner who lives in Salem, Massachusetts, had been thrust like many other Americans into a raging debate on medical ethics and genetics. In 2016, she.