Hong Kong Sets Best Practices for Preventing Coronavirus Spread in Hospitals

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Health systems can protect healthcare workers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak when best practices for infection control are diligently applied along with lessons learned from recent outbreaks, according to a study published today in Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, the journal of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America. ResearchersRead

New Harvard Egg Study Clarifies Controversy

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There is perhaps no other wholesome food that has caused such a scramble among health experts as the egg. Are they healthy? Of course. But how many eggs can one consume to not interfere with heart health. Harvard says one per does not appear to be associated with cardiovascular diseaseRead

Secrets Behind Caloric Restriction and Aging

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If you want to reduce levels of inflammation throughout the body, delay the onset of age-related diseases, and live longer, caloric restriction is essential. The message to eat less food via caloric restriction is becoming all the more common. But the exact mechanism behind it has remained elusive. A newRead

James Maskell’s “The Community Cure” – A Terrific Contribution re: Loneliness, Group Services, and Fundamental Transformation

Health creation. Transformation. From reactivity to well-being. Empowerment. From system-centered to person-centered. Using the least force. Changing the therapeutic order of the nation. These aspirations warm and power the integrative health movement, dreams on the long march for radical re-direction of a $3.5-trillion industry. Yet how often do change prescriptionsRead