Category: Whole Food Diets

About Half of COVID-19 Cases Show Digestive Signs
view post About Half of COVID-19 Cases Show Digestive Signs

The researchers analyzed data from 204 COVID-19 patients, average age nearly 55, who were admitted to three hospitals in  the

New China Report Sets COVID-19 Death Rate at 1.4%
view post New China Report Sets COVID-19 Death Rate at 1.4%

The report out of China now sets the overall death rate in symptomatic cases from COVID-19 disease at 1.4% —

Coronavirus Drives Island City to Shelter in Place
view post Coronavirus Drives Island City to Shelter in Place

Local public health departments in seven Bay Area counties, including San Francisco and Alameda, ordered 7 million residents to stay

Trump Signs Relief Package Into Law
view post Trump Signs Relief Package Into Law

The package will provide sick leave, unemployment benefits and free coronavirus testing.

Healthy Living at Home to Ward Off Coronavirus
view post Healthy Living at Home to Ward Off Coronavirus

While the overall risk of getting seriously ill from the new coronavirus right now may be low, the AHA said

view post Your Grocery Shortlist: Top 20 Quarantine Must-Haves

Heading to the grocery store during the COVID-19 pandemic? First things first: There’s no need to hoard. If you’ve noticed

To Stop Coronavirus In Its Tracks, Here’s Your Guide To 5 Degrees Of Separation
view post To Stop Coronavirus In Its Tracks, Here’s Your Guide To 5 Degrees Of Separation

If someone tells you, “I’d love to go to dinner, but I’m socially distancing,” don’t be offended. It’s likely they

Coronavirus Ravages New Orleans Retirement Home
view post Coronavirus Ravages New Orleans Retirement Home

The coronavirus is spreading much faster in New Orleans than in other U.S. cities, according to Dr. Jennifer Avegno, head

Medicare Expands Telemedicine During Pandemic
view post Medicare Expands Telemedicine During Pandemic

The expansion of telemedicine coverage “helps us prevent the spread of the virus,” said Medicare administrator Seema Verma.

Flu Drug Works Vs. Coronavirus: Chinese Study
view post Flu Drug Works Vs. Coronavirus: Chinese Study

It’s believed that favipiravir blocks the coronavirus from replicating in the body.

Another Study Finds COVID-19 Typically Mild for Kids
view post Another Study Finds COVID-19 Typically Mild for Kids

Researchers analyzed the cases of 731 children in China with laboratory test-confirmed cases of the coronavirus and 1,412 children who

view post My 14-Day Meal Plan (only shop once!)

With so much uncertainty going on, I’m sharing my 14-day meal plan for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks that works

Belly Fat Can Lead to an Attack of Pancreatitis
view post Belly Fat Can Lead to an Attack of Pancreatitis

Pancreatitis is inflammation in the pancreas, a gland that is located in the upper abdomen. The pancreas produces enzymes that

Lab Animals Find New Homes Through Adoption
view post Lab Animals Find New Homes Through Adoption

Two-year old Teddy was one of 32 beagles put up for adoption after being released from a Michigan lab last

Mild Cases May Be Driving Coronavirus Spread
view post Mild Cases May Be Driving Coronavirus Spread

In the U.S., that means the 3,500 cases confirmed as of Monday by limited lab testing probably represent about 35,000

Self-Distancing Vital Tactic in Coronavirus Fight
view post Self-Distancing Vital Tactic in Coronavirus Fight

Social distancing or self-quarantine increasingly seen as United States’ best hope to fight coronavirus.

Poll Finds Many Americans Heeding Advice on Coronavirus
view post Poll Finds Many Americans Heeding Advice on Coronavirus

Conducted March 10-12, the survey of 2,400 U.S. residents found that public health recommendations about how to guard against infection

New York Leads Race to Expand Coronavirus Testing
view post New York Leads Race to Expand Coronavirus Testing

Many people who’ve fallen ill with symptoms of the new coronavirus have found it nearly impossible to be tested for

Finding Signs of Health Woes in Facebook Postings
view post Finding Signs of Health Woes in Facebook Postings

Analysis of Facebook posts from as early as 2.5 months before those patients’ emergency visits revealed that most had changes

Cancer Death Rates Continue to Fall in U.S.
view post Cancer Death Rates Continue to Fall in U.S.

The annual decline was slightly larger among men (1.8%) than women (1.4%), according to the Annual Report to the Nation