World virus cases top 6 mn as Brazil toll surges

The number of coronavirus cases worldwide has topped six million as the disease spread rapidly across Latin America and political leaders feuded over how to deal with the pandemic. Much of the world is moving at varying speeds to lift lockdowns that have wrecked economies and stripped millions of their jobs while Muslims in Jerusalem

How to get rid of visceral fat: Ways to reduce stress levels

Visceral fat is a health hazard. It’s linked to heart disease, diabetes, stroke and high cholesterol. What’s a good way to get rid of it? In light of various studies, one way to reduce visceral fat levels is to minimise stress in your life. Researchers from the University of San Francisco examined whether chronic stress

Top virologist criticized Corona-panic: Were stoked a lot of Fears

The Coronavirus pandemic has the world firmly in its grip: More than five million people were infected worldwide with the novel pathogen, Sars-CoV-2 – 179.928 of them so far in Germany. Top virologist criticized Corona-panic: "Too many Fears geschürt&quot were; Major events such as the carnival session in Gangelt play according to the assessment of

Is COVID-19 ‘One and done?’ experts ponder odds for reinfection

(HealthDay)—Let’s say you’re one of the more than 1.7 million people in the United States who’ve contracted COVID-19, and you’ve been fortunate enough to shake off the virus and recover. What happens when you encounter the COVID-19 coronavirus again? Reinfection is a major concern among public health officials as the nation moves toward reopening the

Myka Stauffer's Lawyers Defend YouTuber for 'Rehoming' Adopted Son

In the days since YouTube stars James and Myka Stauffer released their video revealing that they had placed their adopted son Huxley with another family, they’ve become somewhat infamous. While they’d previously earned fame and hundreds of thousands of followers for their adoption journey, many now see them as everything that’s wrong with parenting influencers

Cancer, coronavirus are a dangerous mix, new studies find

New research shows how dangerous the coronavirus is for current and former cancer patients. Those who developed COVID-19 were much more likely to die within a month than people without cancer who got it, two studies found. They are the largest reports on people with both diseases in the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain

Safe & Sensitive Baby Formulas for Happier Tummies

Whether you’re choosing to bottle feed or just want something to supplement breastfeeding,  it can be tricky to find the right formula for your little one that won’t upset their tummy and will nourish them at the same time. If your newborn has a super sensitive stomach, you’ll want to make sure you have a

15 Slow-Cooker Chicken Recipes That Are Anything But Boring

Two things are more central to weeknight cooking than chicken and slow-cookers. A slow-cooker takes much of the work out of cooking more involved meals, and chicken is the most popular and affordable kind of meat out there. So, what better way to ease your weeknight cooking load than to add a few more crowd-pleasing

Strong convictions can blind us to information that challenges them

When people are highly confident in a decision, they take in information that confirms their decision, but fail to process information which contradicts it, finds a UCL brain imaging study. The study, published in Nature Communications, helps to explain the neural processes that contribute to the confirmation bias entrenched in most people’s thought processes. Lead

True! Psalm! Inside the Kardashian Kids' Quarantine Playdate

Backyard bash! Khloé Kardashian, Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner’s kids enjoyed an extravagant Tuesday, May 26, playdate. The Strong Looks Better Naked author, 35, shared sweet footage of her 2-year-old daughter, True, playing with cousins North, 6, Stormi, 2, Chicago, 2, and Psalm, 12 months. In the social media uploads, True rocked a green dress

The Best Bikes for Kids That Are Chic, Speedy & Safe

National Bike Month ain’t over yet, people. (What? You didn’t know that was a thing?) And as such, it’s high time your kids put the pedal to the, um, shoe — and got moving. In fact, now that the sun is making a more frequent appearance, it’s a great time to hop off the stationary