Decreased sense of smell is a sign of declining health

Decreased sense of smell is a sign of declining health

A decreased sense of smell could be a sign of declining health and potential frailty, a new study has warned. Doctors from Johns Hopkins University in the United States compared the olfactory abilities of more than 1,000 elderly people with a questionnaire and an assessment of their health which produced a frailty score. They found … Read more

Internet Food Trends Leading to Diabetes Drug Shortages

ROCHESTER, NY – More than 35 million Americans live with type 2 diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. diabetes. Ozempic, a diabetes drug that can help people lose weight, is facing shortages. “It’s designed for people with diabetes to help lower their blood sugar levels, helps prevent complications that can involve … Read more

7 Easy Health Habits That Will Have You Succeeding in 2023 – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

7 Easy Health Habits That Will Have You Succeeding in 2023 – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Welcome to the Start TODAY walking challenge. Subscribe to our free newsletter Start TODAY to join the challenge with Al Roker and get daily inspiration delivered to your inbox. So join us on the Start TODAY Facebook Group for advice and motivation, to connect with others following the plan – and to get real-time advice … Read more

How to manage your heart health while on vacation

How to manage your heart health while on vacation

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — A new study from the American Heart Association shows that more people die of heart attacks in the last week of December than at any other time of year. The most wonderful time of the year can quickly become the most tragic time for many people. Planning, shopping and preparing meals … Read more

The future of digital health and health informatics in a post-Covid world

The future of digital health and health informatics in a post-Covid world

The Covid-19 outbreak was a “black swan” event that dramatically accelerated the evolution and acceptance of digital health and information technology (IT) in healthcare – likely by more than five years. It also permanently changed Americans’ expectations of health care providers and patient care. However, the focus on Covid-19 belies three other underlying and interrelated … Read more

Increase in the number of children visiting emergency rooms in need of mental health services

Increase in the number of children visiting emergency rooms in need of mental health services

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – There has been a steady increase in the number of children being seen in emergency rooms for behavioral health services, according to a study in the journal Pediatrics, and the increase began even before the COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to a record demand for psychological services for children. The effects of … Read more

UT Health Marks Prematurity Awareness Month | New

UT Health Marks Prematurity Awareness Month |  New

As a thank you to UT Health Tyler’s Family Birthplace and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit teams, and to raise awareness during National Prematurity Awareness Month, Millennium Neonatology is partnering with District Counselor 3 from Tyler, Shirley McKellar, to provide a free hamburger lunch to UT Health Tyler staff from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, … Read more

Nutrition influencer criticized for simple act in his video

Nutrition influencer criticized for simple act in his video

An influencer and nutritionist has been slammed for a simple act that most of us often do without thinking. Ben Coomber, nutrition coach, speaker and podcast host from the UK, has shared footage showing him preparing a healthy breakfast for his young child, hoping to inspire others to do the same . The video has … Read more

Most Americans Get Enough Protein in Their Diet | Food

In my recent article, the title incorrectly said that we can use more protein in our diet. However, as the article states, almost all Americans get enough protein or more than they need in their diet. Protein is an essential nutrient, which means it is essential for human health. Along with carbohydrates and fats, protein … Read more

California governor approves mental health courts for homeless people

EPA probes environmental justice in Louisiana projects

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — With more than 100,000 people living on the streets, California Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday signed a new law that could force some of them into treatment under a program which the first-term governor describes as “caring” but opponents argue it’s cruel. Newsom signed the Community Assistance, Recovery and Empowerment Act … Read more