S Maghrabi joined My Healthy Click as a medical and public health news writer. She has years of experience in writing for online readers. She now leads and manages the editorial team of My Healthy Click. She supervises all strategy and content initiatives. She has more than 15 years of experience as a professional writer, editor, and content strategist. Off the office, she enjoys long walks along the beach, exercising, cooking, and spending time with her beloved pets.
A new blood filtering technology using magnets is set to undergo first human trials next year. The new technology includes the purification of blood by using magnets to extract deadly diseases, such as malaria, leukemia, and others, from the blood. The new treatment infuses magnetic nanoparticles in the blood and removes the viruses and bacteria from the blood.
According to a new Reuters report. Juul executives ignored evidence that their flavored vaping products have been attracting young people when the company started selling them in 2015. There are reports that the company had internal discussions and debates over the increasing use of its products among youth.
A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine has found that any amount of running is enough to reduce the risk of death from any cause, including cardiovascular disease and cancer. However, the study did not find the exact cause behind the results. Researchers explained that running reduced death risk by 27 percent.
Brian Tarantina was found dead at his home; however, the exact cause of his death remains unknown. He was 60. Tarantina was famous for his roles in “Gilmore Girls” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” He collaborated with Amy Sherman-Palladino throughout his career and played some comedy roles.
This Halloween, health officials across the nation have been offering safety and health tips so you can have a healthier and safer Halloween. Experts urge parents to take care of their children when it comes to eating sugary candies. They also are advised to carry a flashlight, wear light-colored clothing and comfortable shoes.