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Fitness / 03.01.2019

[ad_1] Both men and women would like there to be more forms of male birth control available, a new survey suggests. Only four out of the 18 forms of contraceptive are for male use. And the birth control methods used by women - such as the pill, sterilization and intrauterine devices - are by far the most popular forms. In recent years, there has been a renewed push for the development of male birth control, such as a patch, a shot and a hormonal pill.  So far, most attempts have been cut...

Fitness / 03.01.2019

[ad_1] Vitamin D deficiency is more common during this time of year because there are less daylight hours, UV levels are low, and people choose to stay inside to keep warm from the cold. Nicknamed the ‘sunshine vitamin’, when it comes to healthy function of the body vitamin D is very important. It helps regulate the amount calcium and phosphate in the body which helps keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy. Not having enough vitamin D can result in muscle weakness and increased susceptibility to infection.But another sign...

Fitness / 03.01.2019

[ad_1] A group of Emory University scientists wants to use a sweat test to pre-screen people for PTSD immediately following a traumatic event. They measured hand sweat - an important measure of unconscious physical responses to threat - to see if perspiration would predict PTSD in people visiting the ER immediately following a potentially traumatic event. More palm sweat did predict greater risks of PTSD down the road for many patients. But the test also returned false positives, raising potential ethical questions.  ...