A new, large study has suggested that your coffee consumption habits are largely driven by your cardiovascular health. The study found that people with essential hypertension (high blood pressure), angina (chest pain), or arrhythmia drank less coffee than those with no aforementioned conditions.
A new study has shown that the baby’s first stool, called meconium, could help reveal whether or not a child will develop allergies within a year. The study researchers found that if meconium contains a lesser amount of key molecules, the child is at greater risk of developing allergies.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that will ban menthol in cigarettes and all flavors, including menthol, in cigars within a year. However, some organizations have urged the officials to reconsider the ban, stating that it could trigger criminal penalties.
A new report from the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association has been released, offering guidance on rare blood clot disorders associated with COVID-19 infection and the vaccines used against the virus. The report was published online in the journal Stroke.
A new CDC study has shown that Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID vaccines are 94% effective at preventing hospitalizations, especially among older people who are fully vaccinated. The study has also found that the vaccines are 65% effective at preventing hospitalizations in people who received only one shot.
The CDC has updated its guidelines on wearing masks for people who are fully vaccinated and those who are unvaccinated. The CDD says people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 do not need to wear a mask in smaller groups but they should when they are in a larger crowd.