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Veganism: A COVID-19 Pandemic Remedy and Zoonotic Disease Shield, Part 2 of 2

00:19:13

Veganism: A COVID-19 Pandemic Remedy and Zoonotic Disease Shield, Part 2 of 2

Due to animal livestock raising and the wildlife trade, cross-species transmission of viruses has become more frequent. Viruses have a built-in mechanism that makes them more likely to have mutations when they spread between individuals. The more it’s being transmitted, the greater the chances new variants will form. The animal livestock raising business needs to be ended if humans want to break t
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2021-09-18   96 Views
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2021-09-18

Veganism: A COVID-19 Pandemic Remedy and Zoonotic Disease Shield, Part 1 of 2

00:18:33

Veganism: A COVID-19 Pandemic Remedy and Zoonotic Disease Shield, Part 1 of 2

The occurrence of new infectious diseases has gone up dramatically over the last century. Researchers have also found that the more humans have interacted with wildlife, including practicing domestication, the higher the chances are of diseases being shared between humans and animals. In 2004, the World Health Organization (WHO) had already noted an “increased demand for animal protein” as
Healthy Living
2021-09-15   448 Views
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2021-09-15

The Importance of Getting Quality Sleep, Part 2 of 2

00:12:45

The Importance of Getting Quality Sleep, Part 2 of 2

Modern technology has a great influence on sleep quality. One study discovered that exposure to room lighting before bedtime results in suppression of melatonin synthesis. This shortens the duration of melatonin by about 90 minutes and delays its onset compared to dim light exposure. Hence, chronic exposure to artificial lighting in the late evening could potentially impact the quality of sleep. S
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2021-09-11   282 Views
Healthy Living
2021-09-11

The Importance of Getting Quality Sleep, Part 1 of 2

00:12:50

The Importance of Getting Quality Sleep, Part 1 of 2

Even though we seem to be the least active when we’re asleep, our body is still working a lot. Every night, we experience four stages of sleep. The first three stages are known as non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep, and the last stage is known as rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. Most dreaming occurs in this stage. Sleep also supports learning and memory. A study published in the Science Adv
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2021-09-04   483 Views
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2021-09-04

The Adverse Health Effects of Noise Pollution

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The Adverse Health Effects of Noise Pollution

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), noise pollution affects human beings in different ways, such as inducing hearing loss, increasing cardiovascular disease risk, creating stress and causing sleep disturbance. Among these detrimental effects, sleep disturbance is considered the most harmful non-auditory effect because it can affect one’s quality of life and daytime performance.
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2021-08-28   232 Views
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2021-08-28

Pesticide Impact – A Silent Menace

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Pesticide Impact – A Silent Menace

Pesticides, including herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, rodenticides and bactericides, are chemical or biological agents that are used in many agricultural and industrial sectors to control pests, weeds and diseases. According to the Pesticide Action Network UK, “There is a growing body of evidence that pesticides can become more harmful when combined, even when each individual chemical appear
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2021-08-21   655 Views
Healthy Living
2021-08-21

Professor Timaree Hagenburger (vegan): Peaking With Plant-Based Sports Nutrition, Part 3 of 3

00:12:36

Professor Timaree Hagenburger (vegan): Peaking With Plant-Based Sports Nutrition, Part 3 of 3

In order to provide students a broader perspective on personal health and care for the environment, Professor Hagenburger cofounded a certificate of proficiency in “Plant-Based Nutrition & Sustainable Agriculture” program in 2017 at Cosumnes River College. “And so, they go from the ground to the greenhouse. The students get the 360-degree version of the whole process, from why to eat the food, and
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2021-08-14   404 Views
Healthy Living
2021-08-14

Professor Timaree Hagenburger (vegan): Peaking With Plant-Based Sports Nutrition, Part 2 of 3

00:13:22

Professor Timaree Hagenburger (vegan): Peaking With Plant-Based Sports Nutrition, Part 2 of 3

“So, calories are going to depend on many factors. There isn't just one set of calories for everybody. Everybody can figure out how many calories they need based on equations. One of them that's very common is called Harris Benedict. Now it's very common, and research has shown us that a lot of athletes, especially endurance athletes and cyclists, they're at risk for not getting enough calories. A
Healthy Living
2021-08-07   496 Views
Healthy Living
2021-08-07

Professor Timaree Hagenburger (vegan): Peaking With Plant-Based Sports Nutrition, Part 1 of 3

00:12:58

Professor Timaree Hagenburger (vegan): Peaking With Plant-Based Sports Nutrition, Part 1 of 3

Today, we are privileged to invite Professor Hagenburger to talk about plant-based sports nutrition. She is an American registered dietitian nutritionist with a master’s degree in public health, a nutrition professor at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, California, as well as a certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine. “I don't know that there's an
Healthy Living
2021-07-31   1144 Views
Healthy Living
2021-07-31

Dr. Debra Shapiro (vegan): Champion of Women’s Health, Part 3 of 3

00:11:31

Dr. Debra Shapiro (vegan): Champion of Women’s Health, Part 3 of 3

According to the World Health Organization, the number one cause of death for women and men globally is cardiovascular disease. “Heart disease is a huge problem. But it is preventable with a healthy enough plant-based diet and other lifestyle changes. And it's so prevalent now. And so known now that it can be done, that a past president of the American College of Cardiology, Kim Williams, actually
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2021-07-24   483 Views
Healthy Living
2021-07-24

Dr. Debra Shapiro (vegan): Champion of Women’s Health, Part 2 of 3

00:11:47

Dr. Debra Shapiro (vegan): Champion of Women’s Health, Part 2 of 3

Today, we will find why dairy products are not good for our health. In the United States, 50% of women and 25% of men will experience an osteoporosis-related fracture in their lifetime. For generations, we’ve been taught that milk strengthens bones and helps prevent the condition. But does the scientific evidence really back that up? “Yes, another fallacy. And we've seen this over and over again i
Healthy Living
2021-07-17   543 Views
Healthy Living
2021-07-17

Dr. Debra Shapiro (vegan): Champion of Women’s Health, Part 1 of 3

00:11:06

Dr. Debra Shapiro (vegan): Champion of Women’s Health, Part 1 of 3

Dr. Shapiro is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist and has been practicing medicine for nearly 25 years. Apart from helping patients as a specialized surgeon, Dr. Shapiro became a Vegan Lifestyle Coach and Educator so that she could teach people the skills to help themselves through adopting a healthy vegan lifestyle. As a professional health coach, Dr. Shapiro is in a unique po
Healthy Living
2021-07-10   622 Views
Healthy Living
2021-07-10

Staying Healthy While Working in Hot Weather

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Staying Healthy While Working in Hot Weather

Exposure to higher temperatures with frequent periods of heat may result in greater heat stress, leading to several types of heat-related illnesses such as heatstroke and heat exhaustion, as well as increased susceptibility to chemical exposure and fatigue. Among all, heatstroke is the most serious heat-induced illness and can be fatal. It occurs when the body loses its ability to control i
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2021-07-03   881 Views
Healthy Living
2021-07-03

How to Control Asthma Attacks

00:15:19

How to Control Asthma Attacks

Asthma is a major chronic inflammatory disease of the airways to the lungs and the most common chronic condition in children. According to the World Health Organization, in 2019, approximately 292 million people worldwide were affected by asthma. Typical asthma symptoms include wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath and chest tightness. The root cause of developing asthma is a combination
Healthy Living
2021-06-26   597 Views
Healthy Living
2021-06-26

Having Fun and Staying Healthy by Surfing, Part 2 of 2

00:09:53

Having Fun and Staying Healthy by Surfing, Part 2 of 2

Surfing and swimming go hand in hand. In the early 1900s, Duke Kahanamoku, nicknamed “The Duke,” was a master of both. As a talented swimmer, he broke three freestyle swimming records and won a gold medal in a freestyle event at the 1912 Olympics and two more in 1920. This shined the spotlight on his life in Hawaii, where he displayed his surfing talents and introduced a new sport to the world at
Healthy Living
2021-06-19   662 Views
Healthy Living
2021-06-19

Having Fun and Staying Healthy by Surfing, Part 1 of 2

00:12:06

Having Fun and Staying Healthy by Surfing, Part 1 of 2

In Peru approximately 2000 years ago, the Peruvians built reed grass boats called totora horses (caballos de totora). These traditional surf craft are still made today from the local totora reeds and are popular among tourists and surfers alike. Surfing also has a rich history in ancient Hawaii, where riding waves was once reserved as a cultural ritual for chiefs and the upper social hierarchy of
Healthy Living
2021-06-12   574 Views
Healthy Living
2021-06-12

Confronting the Rising Prevalence of Food Allergies

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Confronting the Rising Prevalence of Food Allergies

A food allergy is a condition where the immune system misidentifies certain proteins in food as a harmful substance, known as an allergen. Globally, the estimated number of people suffering from a food allergy has reached 250 million-plus. More than 170 foods have been reported to cause allergic reactions. These are symptoms of a life-threatening condition known as anaphylaxis. Emerging evi
Healthy Living
2021-06-05   780 Views
Healthy Living
2021-06-05

Keep Cool: Effective Ways to Manage Stress

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Keep Cool: Effective Ways to Manage Stress

Stress is a part of life. If you feel that you are troubled by chronic stress, there are several strategies to help you reduce and manage stress. Removing the root cause is a straightforward strategy to manage stress. If the news regarding an election makes you nervous and uptight, limit your time spent watching related news; if moving is the origin of the stress, comprehensively evaluate your sit
Healthy Living
2021-05-15   926 Views
Healthy Living
2021-05-15

Resistance Training: A Simple Workout to Strengthen Muscles, Part 2 of 2

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Resistance Training: A Simple Workout to Strengthen Muscles, Part 2 of 2

In today’s show, we will elaborate on core training and present some entry-level routines suitable for all as well as some that are well-suited for seniors and women. Core exercises activate muscles located in the abdomen, hips, lower back, and pelvis, as well as the inner muscles that wrap around the spine. Here are some top core exercise routines suitable for beginners: 1. Two-point super
Healthy Living
2021-05-01   918 Views
Healthy Living
2021-05-01

Resistance Training: A Simple Workout to Strengthen Muscles, Part 1 of 2

00:12:53

Resistance Training: A Simple Workout to Strengthen Muscles, Part 1 of 2

Muscle mass starts to decline around the age of 30, at a rate of 3-5% per decade, and the elderly are at a greater risk for sarcopenia or muscle mass loss due to aging. Resistance training allows us to increase muscle mass, improve muscular strength and endurance, as well as boost our basal metabolic rate (BMR). Our BMR determines how many calories we burn when we are at rest. We must also be awar
Healthy Living
2021-04-24   1655 Views
Healthy Living
2021-04-24
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