A lot of people are claiming that COVID-19 is “no worse than the flu.” Do you have any idea how bad that is?
The frustration of numerous failed trials and no known cure leaves a void that is understandably filled with a concoction of virtuous hope and villainous snake oil salesmen.
GRBs are dangerous. They can kill. But it’s rare. There is one candidate nearby that could be dangerous. But we’re still figuring out whether it is.
Sleep deprivation isn’t a psychological operation or a campaign to erode our democracy. At least, not directly.
Every moment of your life you roll dice against death. Certain things load the dice in death’s favor. Other things load them in yours. But the dice never stop rolling.
I – perhaps ironically – don’t think this is healthy. Life is for living. We’re here for a short time, so make it a good time. In isolation, calorie counts are of limited relevance here.
MS is like living like Cinderella. Everything is beautiful again until the clock bongs at midnight. Darn moonlight.
We all know that being overweight isn’t good for our bodies. And yes, the obesity epidemic is out of control. Fat shaming is not the right response to the problem, though. In fact, it’s making the problem even worse than otherwise would be.
The time to take a serious look at improving the meat production process is now.
A murky legal footing isn’t good for businesses, and it isn’t good for folks who only want to hold down a decent job without letting their health get the better of them.
Well-being in totality. Also, one about Hitler.
Health and healthcare.
Nursing burnout, incomplete data, and single payer.
So to be honest, the last time I thought about the USDA’s dietary and nutritional guidance was thinking of the food pyramid from school. Which is to say that I have given them little to no thought sense. Apparently I am not alone.
Some look at health, ill-health, and the people and things that fight ill-health.