From a Brooklyn school now graced with flowers, trees and a gazebo to a “little oasis of green space” in Philadelphia, US schoolyards are being transformed into green oases.
Despite Its Disastrous Effects, COVID-19 Offers Some Gifts To Medicine – An Immunology Expert Explains What It Can Teach Us About Autoimmune Disease
While it’s still too early to draw conclusions, evidence is emerging of links between autoimmune disorders and the virus that causes COVID-19.
Stress Is Contagious In Relationships – Here’s What You Can Do To Support Your Partner And Boost Your Own Health During The Holidays And Beyond
You might already know stress can affect your own health, but what you may not realize is that your stress – and how you manage it – is catching. Your stress can spread around, particularly to your loved ones.
It’s the time of year when the chances of “coming down with something” increase. If you do end up with either a cold or the flu, you can take a proactive approach to support your body in recovering as fast as possible.
The most important thing to understand about vaccines is that they teach your body how to gear up to fight an infection, without your body having to deal with the infection itself. In this way, vaccines help your body be prepared for invasions by germs that could otherwise make you very sick.
In the past 10 years, we’ve learned that actually all of these diseases we commonly treat in the hospital are diseases where the immune system is in this chronic inflammatory state. What was surprising is how literal those connections are.
One day, I began sneezing repeatedly, followed by an unusually heavy runny nose and watery eyes. I didn’t think much of it until it started happening more frequently. Eventually, I noticed it always happened a few hours after eating yogurt.
The Kehoe paradigm assumes a lack of risk unless proven otherwise. Here’s why that’s a problem, and how people are working to find a better way.