First China, now Germany and Italy: The Coronavirus spreads in Europe. Timo Ulrichs, Professor of global health, says, what are the measures of Europe, and what each country needs to make for themselves, in order to protect the population. More than three dozen countries around the world report corona cases, such as a real-time map
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Speaking with The Morning Show, the 35-year-old opened up about the toll the lack of sleep and crippling self-doubt took on her mental health. She was sleeping with the light on (in case the baby was a “monster”), dealing with debilitating negative thoughts and, eventually, was diagnosed with postnatal depression. “With those experiences, you develop
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Let’s be clear: kettlebells are not like dumbbells. Sure, both fitness tools are weighted and pack a punch when it comes to upping your strength. However, what makes kettlebells different than dumbbells is that the weight is unbalanced and offset. Meaning they kick in your core and require balance and coordination, mimicking objects you might
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According to dominatrix Lola Jean, being great at sexy trash talk requires a person to create space for emotional vulnerability. Learning how to read a person's non-verbal cues helps too. Before trying trash talk, make sure you partner is interested and talk about boundaries and safe words or cues. Jean suggested using rhetorical questions to
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Walking on America’s streets is getting ever more dangerous, a new report shows. Based on data from the first six months of 2019, the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) predicts there were 6,590 pedestrian deaths that year, which would be a 5% increase over the 6,227 pedestrian deaths in 2018. The 2019 figure is the
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Flu activity in the United States remains high and is expected to continue for weeks. So far this flu season, the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention estimates there have been 29 million flu illnesses and 280,000 hospitalizations, as well as 16,000 deaths from the flu, including more than 100 children. Influenza A is currently
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A third of UK adults have high blood pressure, but many are not aware of it. There are few symptoms of high blood pressure, but if you ignore it you are putting your life at risk. Are there any symptoms of high blood pressure? And does high pressure cause tiredness? What is high blood pressure?
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Bowel cancer, also known as colorectal cancer, can present itself in five ways when you go for a toilet break. What are the five warning signs you might have the deadly disease? Cancer Research UK lists the possible symptoms of colorectal cancer in men and women. The first symptom is “bleeding from the back passage”
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Wearing hearing aids may delay cognitive decline in older adults and improve brain function, according to promising new research. Cognitive decline is associated with hearing loss, which affects about 32 per cent of people aged 55 years, and more than 70 per cent of people aged over 70 years. Hearing loss has been identified as
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There were 27,465 lower limb amputations related to Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in England from 2015 to 2018, an increase of 18.3 percent from 2011 to 2014. There were hundreds more major amputations below the knee during the same period, analysis by Diabetes UK has revealed. People with Type 1 and Type 2
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