It’s never too late to get active

A study in more than 30,000 heart patients shows that becoming active later in life can be nearly as beneficial to survival as continued activity. The research is presented at ESC Congress 2021. “These encouraging findings highlight how patients with coronary heart disease may benefit by preserving or adopting a…

Mayo Clinic Minute: How to get spring allergy relief

Springtime brings warmer temperatures and blooming trees. But, for close to 1 in 3 Americans, it also brings annoying seasonal allergies. Dr. Alexei Gonzalez Estrada, a Mayo Clinic allergy specialist, says there are steps you can take to protect yourself. The telltale signs of allergies are easy to spot. “This…

The Real Reason You Get Chest Acne – The List

Reaching for your favorite v-neck doesn’t feel quite as good when you’ve been suffering from blemished skin. Similar to having a breakout on your face, chest acne can come from the same culprits: clogged pores, sweat, irritants, and other common issues. InStyle notes that these bumps can also stem from an…

Which Americans will get the COVID vaccine first?

The Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines could be approved in a matter of weeks, but who in the United States will get them first? Though nothing has yet been decided, US experts may differ from other countries in prioritizing “critical workers” who keep society running—potentially even before people at highest…