In 2014, a team of researchers from the University of Leeds dropped a disturbing truth bomb on the public by announcing that the no-touch jet-air dryers in public restrooms are anything but sanitary. They found that these increasingly popular devices blast bacteria from people’s poorly washed hands (most people don’t wash their hands correctly) into the air and onto nearby surfaces in disturbing quantities, increasing the likelihood that you’ll walk out of the bathroom covered in other people’s germs.
By Dr. Mercola
Do you have three or four minutes, one to three times a day, to devote to your health? By using that time to engage in one of the best high-intensity exercises out there — the Nitric Oxide Dump — you can improve your mitochondrial health, slowing down age-related muscle decline. The fact is, if you live in the U.S. and work full time, you sit an average of 13 hours a day, then sleep for an average of eight.1 This means you’re sedentary 21 hours of the day!
The research is the latest to show that short-but-intense workouts can be surprisingly effective.
Doctors in a Canadian intensive care unit stumbled on a very strange case last year – when life support was turned off for four terminal patients, one of them showed persistent brain activity even after they were declared clinically dead.
Everybody knows the world’s got a serious carbon dioxide problem, but an ingenious and potentially cost-effective way of dealing with our surplus CO2could provide the means of tomorrow’s battery technology.
Por el Dr. Mercola
Los triglicéridos de cadena media (TCM) se han vuelto cada vez más populares a medida que las personas conocen más sobre los beneficios para la salud de la cetosis nutricional, que se logra al reemplazar los carbohidratos netos (total de carbohidratos menos la fibra) con cantidades grandes de grasas saludables y cantidades moderadas de proteína de alta calidad.