I still eat pizza on some occasions.
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre explores new ways it can offer its health care capabilities in the metaverse.
"I am hoping our study is a wake-up call to reduce the levels of these unhealthy lifestyle factors," its author, Professor Xiaoling Wang, told Newsweek.
Researchers have established that six nutrients are essential for a healthy pregnancy.
"A vacation to an area with high air pollution level might impact our health," one researcher told Newsweek.
Taking "pill free breaks" can result in negative emotions and anxiety akin to natural periods.
"They're very easy to do and easy for anyone to modify," certified personal trainer Sydney Yeomans told Newsweek.
"It really is wild how our diet can impact the way we feel about ourselves," Laura Dennison told Newsweek.
"Our analysis suggests that state decriminalization policies do not lead to increases in overdose deaths," study author Corey Davis said.
I would get out of bed, hunched over, barely able to stand up straight.
The venom of the Brazilian wandering spider causes long-lasting, painful erections, sparking its development into a drug treating erectile dysfunction.
The study tracked participants' risk of Type 2 diabetes over a six-year period.
It felt like the decision had been made for me.
Running can be a daunting or draining task. Even so, these psychological tricks can help improve your enjoyment and achieve your fitness goals.
"I love sleeping with my cats," Dr. Amber Carter told Newsweek. "But it doesn't always make for the best night's sleep."
"I felt like I was unique having cancer and being pregnant, and a health issue is not something you want to be unique in," Zoe Plastiras told Newsweek.
Feline panleukopenia "can live in environments for months," an animal shelter in Ohio said in a Facebook post about the outbreak of the deadly virus.
Some antivirals work by increasing the rate of mutation in SARS-CoV-2. But could this accelerate the evolution of new, super variants?
"I wasn't pleased with that; I wasn't happy to do it," the former chief medical adviser said, adding he had "a great deal of respect for the presidency."