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  • TEST: How Good Is Your Eyesight? A GIF Tells You

    TEST: How Good Is Your Eyesight? A GIF Tells You

    Por: Dulce Martínez del Cañizo   |   Hace 2 semanas

    Think you might need glasses? Check it out

    Technology is awesome, and according to the Daily Mail a few years ago, students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created an optical illusion that can determine if your eyesight is either good or bad. This image portrays Marilyn Monroe overlaid on a slightly drawn Albert Einstein . People with good eyesight will be able to see Einstein on the screen...

  • Do You Know Exactly What “Being Active” Means When Your Doctor Asks?

    Do You Know Exactly What “Being Active” Means When Your Doctor Asks?

    Por: Elaine Albright   |   Hace 2 semanas

    Check out the following information.

    If you can do activities such as household chores, yard work, walking around a block or a few blocks, participating in an exercise class, Zumba class, yoga class, etc., you are being active. It is necessary to focus on these 3 major areas - Cardiovascular, Muscular tissue stamina, as well as Stretching. Stretching prepares your body for the othe exercises. Cardiovascular...

  • Tips For Running On #NationalRunningDay

    Tips For Running On #NationalRunningDay

    Por: Jessica Romero   |   Hace 4 semanas

    Make that workout count!

    The first time National Running Day was ever celebrated was back in 2009 when several organizations in the United States decided to join forces in order to spread this sport through different races that take place every first Wednesday of June. The purpose of this celebration is for runners to go on different races, talk to a friend about the benefits of this sport, challenge themselves...

  • Are You Overweight? Diabetes, Stroke or a Heart Attack May All Be At Your Door Step

    Are You Overweight? Diabetes, Stroke or a Heart Attack May All Be At Your Door Step

    Por: Elaine Albright/Zeal For Life   |   Hace 1 mes

    Your DNA cannot be changed, but you are in control of your lifestyle and diet if you choose to be

    Both Strokes and Heart Disease are invited risks if you have Diabetes that is either left untreated or is out of control. Being overweight adds fuel to this risk. This is a threat that you can control if you are alerted that diabetes could be fatal. An uncontrollable risk is having a family member who has had diabetes, a heart attack or a stroke. Age of that family member is also taken into...

  • Homemade Morphine: Yes, You Can Make At Home

    Homemade Morphine: Yes, You Can Make At Home

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 1 mes

    Just as long as you have a craft beer brewing equipment

    CALIFORNIA.- Morphine is a controlled drug that serves as a powerful painkiller, which is why we don’t recommend its elaboration. However, a group of scientists from the University of California discovered that producing this drug at home is easier than what many would think. Specially now with everyone making craft beer, anyone who has access to a brewing equipment, can easily create...

  • Excessive Exposure To Mobile Devices May Cause Blindness

    Excessive Exposure To Mobile Devices May Cause Blindness

    Por: Jessica Romero   |   Hace 1 mes

    Take necessary precautions in order to protect you retina

    How many hours a day do you spend on your electronic devices? How much damage can this 'daily tools' cause you? The time we spent in front of a screen, whether is our computer or phone, can slowly but surely damage you sight. This is because the ultraviolet light released from these devices, kills your retina cells. When can notice that our vision has been compromised when we...

  • There Is Now A Popsicle That Prevents Anemia

    There Is Now A Popsicle That Prevents Anemia

    Por: Cynjen Romero   |   Hace 1 mes

    It was created by a Mexican student

    Your kids want an popsicle for dessert? Now you can give them one and rest assured that is good for their health, given that a lollipop that helps prevent anemia has been created by a Mexican student. Noemí Valdivia Martínez, student from the Amecameca University Center at Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEM), developed an ice pop that prevents the presence of...

  • Rawvana  Tells You 6 Benefits Of Eating Mango

    'Rawvana' Tells You 6 Benefits Of Eating Mango

    Por: Rawvana Mendoza   |   Hace 1 mes

    The season for this delicious and beneficial fruit is finally here

    Summer is just around the corner, and with it comes one of its most delicious fruits: mango! Furthermore, it's not only yummy but it's also nutrient rich, given that it has great health benefits. Here are some mango benefits: 1.It Helps Our Digestion Due to its high fiber and potassium content , mangos help prevent constipation and promote good bowel movements. Potassium...

  • 12 Indicators Showing That You May Be a Victim of Diabetes

    12 Indicators Showing That You May Be a Victim of Diabetes

    Por: Elaine Albright/Zeal For Life   |   Hace 1 mes

    Diabetes is frequently called the worrisome name of the “silent killer”.

    Diabetes is frequently called the worrisome name of the “silent killer” considering that the signs and symptoms are very often overlooked. Many individuals aren’t typically conscious they could even possibly have Diabetic issues. Statistically, there are over 24 million folks in America that are Diabetic. Shocking isn’t it? What is even sadder is that only approximately 1/3 of those...

  • Artificial Muscle is Developed From Onion Skin

    Artificial Muscle is Developed From Onion Skin

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 1 mes

    This could give mobility back to those who suffer from paralysis

    TAIWAN.- Who would ever think that onions, that stinky and much hated vegetable would some day become of great use in medical science? Apparently it isn't only to add seasoning to our meals or to make us cry. Putting aside its properties and nutrients, onions have great potential when it comes to biomedical technology. As described by a science group from the University of Taiwan, when...