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This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Jan. 17, 2021

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Jan. 17, 2021 Scientists used to think that there were only 4 elements – earth, air, fire and water. Israeli scientists fighting cancer and Covid show in this week’s newsletter that it’s  much

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6 Bodily Tissues That Can Be Regenerated Through Nutrition

It may come as a surprise to some, especially those with conventional medical training, but the default state of the body is one of ceaseless regeneration. Without the flame-like persistence of continual cell turnover within the body - life and death ceas

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How Your Sleep Position Affects Your Health

Your sleep position can make you more likely to snore, have back pain, or get a good night’s rest. Find out what effects your sleep position may have on your health.

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A Visual Guide to Prostate Cancer

WebMD's slideshow covers prostate cancer: who's at risk, symptoms, tests, staging, treatments, survival, and foods that may help lower your risk for prostate cancer.

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Cancer Statistics, 2021 - Siegel - 2021 - CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians - Wiley Online Library

CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians publishes information about the prevention, early detection, and treatment of cancer, as well as nutrition, palliative care, survivorship, and additional topics of interest related to cancer care.

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Longevity Linked to Proteins That Calm Overexcited Neurons

New research makes a molecular connection between the brain and aging — and shows that overactive neurons can shorten life span.

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Cheap and Healthy Sources of Protein

You don't have to spend a bundle to stock up on protein-rich foods. Learn more about inexpensive and healthy ways to get your protein.

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This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Jan. 10, 2021

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Jan. 10, 2021 The incredible pace of anti-Covid vaccination is fueling a surge of optimism and (despite the lockdown) positive activity amongst Israelis – literally a “shot in the arm”. All ove

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Californians shouldn't travel more than 120 miles from home, state says

Under updated guidance from the California Department of Public Health, travelers from other states or countries are also "strongly discouraged" from coming to California.

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Heat, Cold, Light and What to Skip to Keep Your Immune System Strong

Everyone knows that much the world has been on lockdown for the last several months, first with the 2 month goal of “flattening the curve,” but now it’s morphed into “lockdown until there’s a vaccine.”

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Why Do I Bruise Easily? Reasons It May Happen

Everyone gets a bruise occasionally. But if it happens often, there are many reasons why that could happen.

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This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Jan. 3, 2021

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Jan. 3, 2021 The new calendar year opens with Israelis constantly renewing. The vaccination of over a million Israelis in just two weeks brings renewed hope of an eventual return to normal life. Israeli medical

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Best Kept Secrets to Prevent, Halt, or Even Reverse Macular

Have you ever felt your money was wasted on supplements? That even though you consistently followed the protocol from your health-care practitioner you were not getting the results others obtained with the same program? You may have been right! We've help

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The 16 Best Low-Carb Vegetables – Kiss My Keto Blog

This list includes 16 of the best low carb vegetables you can eat on a keto diet. Most with less than 8 go of net carbs in a serving.

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Ways to Warm Up if You’re Always Cold

Always shivering when others aren’t? Here are some tips for warming up if you’re a “cold-natured” person.

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What Does Vitamin D Do?

Learn more about what vitamin D does and how much you need.

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Low Testosterone and Your Health

Low testosterone is associated with other medical conditions, such as diabetes, obesity, heart disease, depression, and erectile dysfunction. Find out more from WebMD about the link and the questions that remain.

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Cancer Symptoms: Skin Spots, Weight Loss, Fatigue, and More

From lumps and redness to weight loss and fatigue, WebMD shows you possible cancer symptoms, what these signs might mean, and when it could be time to call your doctor.

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Appeals Court Upholds Trump Rule Requiring Hospitals to Show Prices Upfront

The D.C. Circuit Court on Tuesday upheld a Trump administration rule that requires hospitals to disclose the prices they negotiate with health insurers.

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Safe Food Handling: When to Toss Food Out

It’s hard to know exactly how long it’s safe to keep different foods. Find out from WebMD's slideshow when it’s best to just throw out spoiled meat, bad produce, and more.

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What to Know Before You Take Herbal Supplements

Not all herbs and supplements are safe, especially if you have certain medical conditions or take some drugs. Find out which ones you may need to skip with the help of this WebMD slideshow.

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Humidifiers May Play a Role in Preventing COVID

Controlling the humidity level in your home, or even simply in your bedroom while you sleep, may lower ...

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'Toxic Individualism': Pandemic Politics Driving Health Care Workers From Small Towns

A wave of departing medical professionals in rural areas threatens to leave gaping holes in these health care systems and local economies, triggering a death spiral that may be hard to stop.

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US Surpasses 19 Million COVID-19 Cases Amid Fears Of Holiday Surge | Sunday TODAY

The United States has surpassed 19 million cases of the coronavirus, adding more than a million infections in less than a week. This comes amid fears of anot...

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Vitamin D, other everyday vitamins could counter coronavirus effects: report

Using simple, everyday medicines available in your medicine cabinet or on your kitchen counter could counter the effects of coronavirus, a report said Thursday.

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'It's So Much Worse Than Before.' Dread And Despair Haunt Nurses Inside LA's ICUs

As hospitals struggle with the patient surge in Los Angeles County, their ICU nurses are overwhelmed by the physical demands and emotional toll of caring for the most seriously ill COVID-19 patients.

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California Health System Buckling Under COVID-19 Pandemic

California’s health care system is buckling under the strain of the nation’s largest coronavirus outbreak and authorities say it may fracture in weeks if people ignore holiday social distancing.

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Ventilation and viral loads: the key misunderstandings of how coronavirus spreads

Ventilation, viral loads and asymptomatic carriers: virologist Dr Muge Cevik explains the research that may reshape our understanding COVID-19 in the UK.

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Health Effects and Tips for a Positive Mood

Good health and happiness are closely connected, but did you know that you may be able to improve your health by increasing your positivity and happiness?

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When Elvis Helped to Conquer Polio

After a deadly mistake sapped public confidence in inoculations, the medical community found an unlikely ally in the King of Rock ’n Roll.

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California Hospitals Discuss Rationing Care As Virus Surges

California’s overwhelmed hospitals are setting up makeshift extra beds for coronavirus patients, and a handful of facilities in hard-hit Los Angeles County are drawing up emergency plans in case they have to limit how many people receive life-saving car

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Reasons You’re Short of Breath

Have you ever found yourself gasping for air after just a short flight of stairs? You may just need to do a bit more exercise, or it could be something more serious.

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Cancer-Fighting Foods : Resveratrol, Green Tea, and More

WebMD shows you the foods and eating strategies that may help reduce your risk of developing cancer.

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What You Should Know About HRT

Hormone-replacement therapy (HRT) can help some women with the hot flashes and sleep issues that menopause can bring. But it’s not right for everyone. Find out why from WedMD's slideshow.

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The Definitive Superfood Ranking

It seems like everything in the grocery store is labeled "super." We dove into which foods are actually proven, by science, to be good for you and which ones are all hype.

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Drinking Most Harmful at 3 Points in Life Span - WebMD

During those three periods -- from conception to birth, from ages 15 to 19, and after age 65 -- people undergo

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Going Low Carb? Here's How to Do Dinner.

If you’re watching your carbs, try these easy swaps for a nutrition-packed meal with the foods you love.

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Stem cell treatment 'freezes' MS, lets some walk again, Jerusalem study finds

Small study saw improvement in 73% of multiple sclerosis patients who got spinal injection containing treatment made from their own cells; larger trials now planned

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Key committee endorses Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, clearing way for FDA

The endorsement paves the way for a final decision by the FDA, and mass vaccinations to begin within days.

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Breathwork Helps Tame Stress, Benefits Your Mind and Body

Too many people breath the shallow breaths of the stressed and anxious. That lack of airflow creates more stress, and so a vicious cycle begins.

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Taking the Long View on COVID-19

In the midst of this crisis, there are opportunities to lay the groundwork for a healthier future.

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Aur'a ® natural alkaline gold water, perfectly balanced & nourishing ✨

Aur'a natural gold water springs to the surface naturally purified, enriched with gold and silver nanoparticles while crossing an ancient underground ore.

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Visual Guide To Medical Marijuana: What You Should Know

See the types of medical marijuana and find out what conditions it can treat in this WebMD slideshow.

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NIH Updates Asthma Treatment Guidelines for First Time in 13 Years

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Skin Care: What You Should Never Put on Your Face

People put lots of unusual stuff on their faces in pursuit of beautiful skin. Here are some popular items that simply don’t work or may even do harm.

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Pictures of the Best and Worst Foods for Gut Health

Your gut is full of billions of bacteria that have a profound effect on your health. Find out which foods are good for your gut and which ones aren’t.

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Top Eczema Triggers : What to Avoid

Skin red and itchy? WebMD shows you what could be causing your eczema flares. Maybe it's your showers, diet, or even your clothes!

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Nearly 85% Of California Residents To Be Under Stay-At-Home Orders Through Christmas

State officials announced on Saturday that they will bring back sweeping new restrictions as coronavirus cases continue to climb and ICU capacity dwindles.

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Here’s How to Get Stronger After 50

You don’t have to lift less as you get older—you just have to make a few adjustments to your training.

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Study Finds People with Asthma 30 Percent Less Likely to Contract COVID-19

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Burn treatments and causes

How do you know whether a burn needs medical care? Learn about the types of burns, their causes, and when you should get help.

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Pickles Are Crunchy, Delicious, and Addicting—but Are They Healthy? Here's What Nutritionists Say

We asked nutritionists if pickles are healthy. Here's what health experts say about pickles, answering questions like 'are dill pickles healthy?' and 'are sweet pickles good for you?'

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Gov. Newsom: Most Of California Likely Under New Stay-At-Home Order Within Days

Newsom announced new stay-at-home rules on Thursday that will trigger when a region’s intensive care unit capacity falls below 15%. Newsom said four of the state’s five regions are likely to meet that threshold within a day or two.

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CDC says coronavirus came to the US much earlier than we thought

The CDC published a new coronavirus study that shows the virus was present in the US in early December 2019, much earlier than initially thought. The first positive COVID-19 test in the US dates back to January 19th.

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Will there be side effects from a COVID-19 vaccine? When can you get it? We answer your vaccine questions.

Coronavirus vaccine distribution could begin by mid-December. So, will there be side effects? When will you be able to get it? Here's what to know.

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Sulforaphane: What Is It, Its Benefits, & Top Foods & Supplements

Find out all about sulforaphane, a powerful antioxidant in cruciferous vegetables, why it's good for you, and how to use it for your health.

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How Exercise Affects Your Brain

You probably know exercise is good for your health, strength, and endurance, but did you know it’s good for your brain, too? Find out how.

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Meet The Press Broadcast (Full) - November 29th, 2020 | Meet The Press | NBC News

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, talks to Chuck Todd about the ongoing Covid-19 spike. In an exclusive int...

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This Week's Sanity Report from Israel Nov. 29, 2020

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Nov. 29, 2020 It is certainly refreshing to see so many Israeli innovations that benefit the environment and agriculture in this week’s positive Israel newsletter. They include a new Israeli agricultural i

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The Keto Diet Guide - FAQs, Tips, and Science

The keto diet promises all-day energy, weight loss and focus. Here’s what you need to know about the ketogenic diet, and how to get started.

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Johns Hopkins Takes Down Article Showing US Deaths in 2020 No Different than Prior Years - It Doesn't Fit their 'We're A

Johns Hopkins University ‘newsletter’ throws work of graduate student under the bus while claiming ‘real’ science from the WHO and CDC is more accurate than the facts.  We reported yesterday how an article in a newsletter published at Johns Hopkins Univer

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Hemp oil benefits for dogs - CBDogle Experts

Hemp oil benefits for dogs - a growing number of veterinarians believe that products derived from the active ingredient in the cannabis plant, "cannabidiol"

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GI Troubles: What They Mean

GI problems can be tough to figure out. Here’s a look at some of the biggest myths and facts about common digestive issues like IBS, celiac disease, and hemorrhoids.

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Government Model Suggests U.S. COVID-19 Cases Could Be Approaching 100 Million

Government scientists estimate that the true number of coronavirus infections is eight times the reported number of 12.5 million, meaning "most of the country remains at risk," the team reports.

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12 Conditions That Cause Watery Eyes

Always tearing up? Everyday things can make your eyes water, but so can some medical conditions. Use WebMD's slideshow to get a better understanding how your eyes work.

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Health Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide

You probably keep a brown bottle of hydrogen peroxide on hand for cuts and scrapes. Learn about its other uses for you and your home.

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Most Number of People In Need of Food This Thanksgiving Since Great Depression, Data Shows

Roughly 1 in 6 adults and 1 in 4 children in the U.S. are struggling to meet their basic food needs this holiday season.

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Potential COVID-19 surge after Thanksgiving could cause 'humanitarian crisis'

As Americans prepare for what will likely be an unconventional Thanksgiving, health officials are pleading with the public to heed public health guidelines.

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Are More Lockdowns Inevitable, Or Can Other Measures Stop The Surge?

The U.S. added more than 1 million cases in the past week. More than 85,000 people are hospitalized. Some states may have no choice but to lock down again. Others are trying a "surgical approach."

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This one sign could mean you've already had COVID-19

You may have had symptoms that made you think you've already had COVID-19, but short of a screening or antibody test, is there any way to tell if you've had the virus? According to doctors, there is one sign that could mean you've already been infected wi

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It's Settled: 20 Miles Is the Perfect Distance for a Bike Ride

It's long enough to work the magic, but short enough that there's no excuse not to do it

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Public Officials Campaign To Keep People Home For Thanksgiving

As COVID-19 cases continue to soar across the country, officials are pleading with the public to rethink large holiday gatherings to mitigate the spread.

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How Your Habits Wreck Your Hair

Got split ends, thinning hair, or frizzy flyaways? See if one of these hair habits may be the cause.

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How Aging Affects Your Sleep in Pictures

Lots of people find it harder to sleep as they get older. Find out why getting your ZZZs may be more difficult and what you can do about it.

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Fasting: What You Should Know

Fasting: It’s simple and trending, though it’s been around for thousands of years. Find out with the help of WebMD;s slide show whether it might be a good option for you, and what the risks and benefits are.

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Health and Beauty Uses for Baking Soda

Baking soda is a kitchen staple. But it deserves a spot in your medicine cabinet, too. Here are the ways baking soda can help you stay healthy and clean.

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How Aging Affects Your Sleep in Pictures

Lots of people find it harder to sleep as they get older. Find out why getting your ZZZs may be more difficult and what you can do about it.

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Antibiotic Exposure in Children Under Age 2 Associated with Chronic Conditions - Be part of the knowledge - ReachMD

ScienceDaily.com Children under age 2 who take antibiotics are at greater risk for childhood-onset asthma, respiratory allergies, eczema, celiac disease, obesity, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, according to a paper written jointly by Mayo C

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Face masks have no significant effect: Danish study

The evidence from a new Danish study shows that wearing masks in the community does not significantly reduce the rates of infection

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Is It a Cold, the Flu, Allergies, or COVID-19?

Respiratory illnesses can share  so many of the same symptoms -- a fever, chills, coughing, tiredness, a sore throat, body aches, a headache, and a stuffed nose -- so it's not easy to tell the difference.

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How Your Habits Wreck Your Hair

Got split ends, thinning hair, or frizzy flyaways? See if one of these hair habits may be the cause.

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Pictures of Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a serious condition that can lead to painful bone fractures. Find out from WebMD who gets osteoporosis, how to tell if you have it, how to prevent it, and effective treatment options.

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Pictures: Devices that Emit Blue Light

Is blue light from your phone or computer hurting your health? Learn more about what devices give off blue light, and how you can protect yourself and your kids.

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Do I Have The Flu? Flu Symptoms, Treatments, and Prevention.

Asking if you have the flu? This WebMD slideshow helps you understand the flu virus, its symptoms, types of influenza, and flu treatments.

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Medication Mistakes: How They Happen, and How to Avoid Them

Medication mess-ups can happen to anyone, especially if you’re taking several drugs at the same time. Here’s how to stay safe.

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Pictures of Common Adult Skin-Problems: Identify Rashes, Eczema and More

Is your skin itching, breaking out, covered in a rash, or playing host to spots of some sort? It may be the result of infection, a chronic skin condition, or contact with an allergen or irritant. This WebMD slideshow shows you how to spot skin problems co

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This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Nov. 15, 2020

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Nov. 15, 2020 A huge amount of thought goes into Israeli innovations, as can be seen in this week’s newsletter. Mental health is the focus of several medical innovations. The other medical achievements are

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Covid in the U.S.: Latest Map and Case Count

A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

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A global black market for negative COVID-19 test results has emerged, with fakes starting around $200

As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, people around the world are turning to the black market for negative tests that enable them to travel.

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Diet Tips to Prevent Breast Cancer and Keep It From Coming Back

No single food or diet plan prevents breast cancer, but what you eat plays a role in how likely you are to get the disease or whether or not it comes back once you’ve had it.

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Steroid Inhalers/Pills for Asthma Linked to Heightened Risk of Brittle Bones & Fractures - Be part of the knowledge

ScienceDaily.com Taking steroid inhalers or tablets to treat asthma or control flare-ups is linked to a heightened risk of brittle bones (osteoporosis) and increased vulnerability to broken bones (fragility fractures), finds research published online in t

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Pfizer says its coronavirus vaccine is 90% effective. Here's how that compares to shots for the flu, measles, and more.

Pfizer announced that its vaccine prevented COVID-19 in clinical trials. Here's how its efficacy compares to vaccines for chickenpox, flu, and more.

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Pictures of Chronic Hive Triggers

Do you have hives that just won't go away? Find out what might be the cause of your red, itchy reaction.

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Osteoporosis-Related Fractures: Causes and Prevention

Osteoporosis can cause bone fractures that can lead to a loss of independence. WebMD explains the severe health problems associated with this condition.

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Slideshow: Health Effects of Air Pollution

Indoor and outdoor air pollution can cause a variety of problems, from asthma attacks to lung cancer to premature death. Learn more about how gases and particles in air pollution can affect your health.

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Common Showering and Bathing Mistakes: What Not to Do

How clean is your showerhead? Is the water the right temperature? Find out about little fixes that can make a big difference to your next shower or bath.

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12 Surprising Things That Hurt Your Heart

Do you know what raises your risk of heart disease? This WebD slideshow can show you 12 surprising -- and simple -- ways to protect your ticker.

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How Aging Changes Your Hearing

Many people have some hearing loss as they get older. Find out why it happens and what can help.

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What Your Eye Symptoms Could Mean

Will your eye condition clear up, or is it a warning sign of a critical eye health issue? Use WebMD's slideshow to learn about common eye symptoms, what they could mean, what you can do about them, and when to see your eye doctor.

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Why Does My Pee Look Like That?

Different colors can mean different things. Here’s what your pee can tell you about your health.

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Dry Eyes and What You Can Do About Them

Check out this WebMD slideshow for things that make your eyes irritated and uncomfortable, and find out how to treat and prevent them.

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What Happens to Your Health If You Stop Having Sex?

Sometimes you go through a period when you’re not having sex. Here’s what happens to your body when you take a break.

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The Powerful Relationship Between Sleep and Memory - Benefit of Sleep

Learn about how sleep can improve your memory and how it benefits our productivity at work, our motivation, and discipline in reaching our goals

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Slideshow: Brain Supplements: What Works, What Doesn’t

You may have heard about vitamins or supplements that say they can help brain health. Is that for real? Find out what the research shows.

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10 Healthy Condiments to Keep On Hand - Buy or Make at Home!

Condiments can add potent flavor and texture to your food. But many are unhealthy. Keep your pantry & fridge stocked with these healthy condiments instead!

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Blood Vessels Grown in a Petri Dish Closely Resemble Human Ones

The lab-made organoids are fully functional, the team reports, and could aid the study of vascular-related diseases such as diabetes.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

The Hidden Dangers of Electricity Are a Mortal Threat to Humanity

5G triggers the already overwhelming effects of universal electrification that cause many illnesses like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Electricity is driving the biggest illnesses of our tim…

Politics | Politics

Early research suggests the flu vaccine could be a weapon in the fight against COVID-19

A new study suggests a promising effect of this year's flu vaccine, relative to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The study hasn't been peer-reviewed yet, but it suggests that people who get the flu vaccine may see their chance of being infected by COVID-

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Aerosol transmission of Covid-19: A room, a bar and a classroom: how the coronavirus is spread through the air | Society

The risk of contagion is highest in indoor spaces but can be reduced by applying all available measures to combat infection via aerosols. Here is an overview of the likelihood of infection in three everyday scenarios, based on the safety measures used and

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This coronavirus immunity study is great news for COVID-19 vaccines

A new study about coronavirus immunity indicates that the kind of antibodies that can protect against COVID-19 reinfection can last for at least five months, if not longer.

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These 12 Graphs Show Mask Mandates Do Nothing To Stop COVID

No matter how strictly mask laws are enforced nor the level of mask compliance the population follows, cases all fall and rise around the same time.

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This Week's Sanity Report from Israel Oct. 25, 2020

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Oct. 25, 2020 Much of recent positive Israel news will come “out of the blue” and astound those who do not receive my newsletter. Even regular readers couldn’t have imagined three Arab countrie

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6 Over-the-Counter Treatments for Mild Coronavirus Symptoms in 2020

Medical experts recommend over-the-counter treatments for coronavirus if you’re experiencing mild COVID-19 symptoms, including Mucinex, Tylenol, and Sudafed. Here are 6 medicines you can buy online.

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Improve Your Health With Bite-Sized Fasts

Laz Versalles recently vowed to get back into shape. A former college football player, Versalles still looked strong, but with marriage and fatherhood, he'd put on some extra pounds.

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Maintaining a Healthy Mind in Uncertain Times - Sunlighten

Now is a time most people are stressed due to the pandemic. Learn 7 natural ways to improve your mental health.

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A Dose of Optimism, as the Pandemic Rages On - The New York Times

The months ahead will be difficult. But the medical cavalry is coming, and the rest of us know what we need to do.

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CDC Study Finds Overwhelming Majority Of People Getting Coronavirus Wore Masks

Over 70 percent of the case-patients who were contaminated with the virus fell ill despite "always" wearing a mask.

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Is Fat Good for You? Everything You Need to Know About Dietary Fats

You need to eat lots of healthy fats to stay slim and perform at your best but not all fats are created equal. Find out everything you ever wanted to know about dietary fats.

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Jewish Penicillin: Chicken Dill Soup to Cure What Ails You

An oven-browned bird makes a better, richer broth—and marks the latest evolution of a long family tradition.

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White Meat vs. Dark Meat Chicken: What's the Difference?

Is white meat chicken better than dark meat? Here's the full breakdown on this popular protein, including nutrition, health benefits, and flavor profiles.

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WHO Official Urges World Leaders to Stop Using Lockdowns as Primary Method Against CCP Virus

The World Health Organization's special envoy on COVID-19 has urged world leaders to stop using lockdowns as the ...

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Coronavirus: Health experts join global anti-lockdown movement - BBC News

Scientists warn of the "devastating" effect of Covid-19 policies, calling for a return to normal for healthy people.

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Take Negative COVID-19 Tests Seriously, But Not Literally

Kayleigh McEnany tested negative for COVID-19 last Thursday. She tested negative again on Friday. And on Saturday. And also on Sunday. But she wasn’t negative o…

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Study Shows Coffee in the Morning Increases Ketone Levels

A Canadian study showed that drinking coffee in the morning will not only keep you in a fasted state but increase your blood ketones to help you burn fat.

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Here’s why your coronavirus face mask might be doing more harm than good – BGR

Nearly two dozen states are currently seeing a surge in new coronavirus infections. While masks do a great job when it comes to preventing the coronavirus from spreading, a recent study found that homemade cloth coverings do not provide a sufficient level

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COVID-19, flu, cold or allergies? How to tell the difference

COVID-19 symptoms are similar to many of those typical for the flu, the common cold and allergies. Here is how to tell the difference between them.

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A Good Workout Could Boost Your Thinking for Up to 2 Hours | Health News | US News

US News is a recognized leader in college, grad school, hospital, mutual fund, and car rankings. Track elected officials, research health conditions, and find news you can use in politics, business, health, and education.

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Science of Saunas: 10 Proven Clinical Health Benefits of Saunas

Saunas create a variety of well-documented health benefits, including the release of 'feel good’ endorphins, improved circulation and blood flow, and more.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

10 Foods You Should Eat Every Week to Lose Weight

Including these tasty, satisfying staples throughout the week can supercharge your weight loss efforts.

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What is the Best Intermittent Fasting Window to Lose Belly Fat?

Time-restricted eating, a form of intermittent fasting, has been associated with weight loss and other health benefits.

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Top COVID Response Official Says Anti-Trump 'Resistance Unit' of Scientists Embedded in CDC

The top communications official at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on Sunday accused a unit ...

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How comeback kid Sweden got the last laugh on coronavirus

Sweden's infection rate - once the highest in Europe - is now lower than in Britain, Spain, France or Italy, as well as Scandinavian neighbours Norway and Denmark.

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This Week's Sanity Report from Israel Sept. 13, 2020

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Sept. 13, 2020 Many articles in this week’s positive Israel newsletter are connected with renewal – the main theme of the Jewish New Year. Israeli medical treatments and innovations have given new li

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Mask wearers are “dramatically less likely” to get a severe case of Covid-19

When people wear masks, they can still get infected, but they’re more likely to have milder symptoms.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Medtech Startup CorNeat Vision Uses Patented Implants To Treat Blinding Diseases

Medtech startup CorNeat, founded in 2015, develops patented ophthalmic artificial implants that mend and replace damaged eye tissue.

News | News

Ohio Governor Calls Out Fauci Lies, Lifts HCQ Ban

Among our most fundamental and sacred rights is the right to medical freedom. In Ohio, a ban on hydroxychloroquine has been lifted.

Health & Fitness | Health Tips

Vitamin D deficiency could be linked to increased risk of COVID-19, University of Chicago researchers say

A vitamin D deficiency might be linked to an increased risk of getting COVID-19, according to University of Chicago researchers.

Politics | Trump Politics

Technocrats Freak Out Over CDC's 6% COVID Death Figure

No more panic over a pandemic would mean no more face masks, no more social distancing, no more lockdowns, no need for vaccines, no more funding, no more "Karens", no more social engineering. It means Anthony Fauci would be released into permanent retirem

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

Isolating COVID-19 Preexisting Condition Data After the Confusing 6% Statement From the CDC

The CDC statement that 6% of deaths were caused by COVID-19 only was not an accurate reflection of the number of deaths that include a preexisting condition

Health & Fitness | Health News

Are You Getting Enough Protein? How to Find Your Ideal Protein Intake

Get the scoop on different types of protein, their bioavailability, and how much protein to eat for muscle gain, weight loss, and recovery.

Food & Drink | Recipes and Food Related

How to Eat More Vegetables: Easy Tips and Recipes

Struggling to eat your veggies? Use these simple tips and delicious recipes to get enough fiber (and flavor) with every meal.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Five Ways to Battle the Midlife Midsection

Weight gain and aging often go hand-in-hand. Before you resign yourself to a life of elastic waist clothing, there are a few things you can do to control or reverse the weight gain in your middle, and minimize your risk of serious illness. Here are five t

Health & Fitness | Health News & Tips

How to know if you have high cholesterol and the best ways to lower it

High cholesterol is often the result of an unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, smoking cigarettes, obesity, or genetics. Here's how to lower it.

Health & Fitness | Health News

The Complete Intermittent Fasting Guide for Beginners

Intermittent fasting has tons of benefits, and it’s really easy to do. Find out how it works and the best way to fast in this intermittent fasting guide.