There is seasonal variation in the occurrence of heart attack. The cold temperatures are an external trigger for infarctions.
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Higher coffee consumption decreases the risk of death, shows evidence in several pieces of research. Coffee can be part of a healthy diet in healthy people.
High blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking are the three chief risk factors for heart disease. A study, carried out in China has recently confirmed that air pollution exposure impacts the heart. It increases stress hormone levels and leads to negative metabolic changes.
Instagram study show people who were depressed were more likely to: post bluer, darker, and grayer photos, post more frequently… Computer algorithms categorized almost 44,000 photos associated with depression. The results outperformed general practitioners’ average unassisted diagnostic success rate.
Ford’s investigates possible carbon monoxide poisoning inside police Ford Explorer SUVs’. The fumes in the cabins might have been the reason for crashes and injuries. Over 2,700 complaints and 41 injuries, of possibly 1.33 million SUVs, including in civilian cars, may have been linked to this problem between 2011 and 2017.
The U.S. NOAA 2016 weather report shows highest sea level and ice in the Arctic and Antarctica at its lowest. The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has published its global weather report for 2016. Last year’s weather was extreme and record-breaking. A number of records were set in 2016. The sea marked its highest…
The auto insurance sector will shrink by over 70% ($137 billion) by 2050, according to 2017 KPMG report. The autonomous technology is improving cars’ safety and so the accident frequency might be reduced to 90%. Auto manufacturers will assume more of the driving risk and liability, and will start providing insurance to car buyers.
The moderate alcohol consumption reduces the risk of a heart attack and other cardiovascular diseases – from 25% to 40% as compared to non-drinkers.
Everyone should be taking advantage of laughter. It is a powerful medicine that reduces stress, boosts immunity, helps the heart, and builds confidence.