Managing Lyme Disease
From Alexandra Bruce
The spirochete bacteria of Lyme disease burrow into human tissue, resulting in free radical damage to the body’s organs and nervous system. 436 more words
Inactive Teens Develop Lazy Bones*
Inactive teens have weaker bones than those who are physically active, according to a new study.
Researchers with UBC and the Centre for Hip Health and Mobility, at the Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute, measured the physical activity and bone strength of 309 teenagers over a specific four-year period that is crucial for lifelong, healthy skeletal development. 362 more words
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is attacking conservative lawmakers after the failure of the Republican bill to replace Obamacare.
On Twitter Sunday, Trump says: “Democrats are smiling in D.C. 121 more words
Disabled activists have welcomed “timely” new research that concludes that the government’s “fitness for work” process has caused a deterioration in many people’s mental health which they have failed to recover from, and has even led to thoughts of suicide. 184 more words
“, beekeepers in the mid-Atlantic state faced a devastating loss equating to more than 56 percent of their bee colonies, according to the Bee Informed Partnership (BIP)… Maryland apiarists have lost an average of 54 percent of their total colonies… 89 more words
So spring has finally arrived in London and the past two days have been sunny with blue skies (although still quite chilly). Running in the sun is in my opinion one of life’s great pleasures and based on the number of people in the park today, I don’t think I am the only person to think this! 252 more words