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The Fourth of July is a holiday filled with fireworks, food and fun in the sun! Before enjoying your holiday weekend, make sure you are taking the right safety precautions to avoid getting burned this summer. Fireworks burns In 2014, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported 10,500 people treated in ERs across the country… Read More »
According to researchers at Marshall University, a maternal diet rich in Omega-3 fatty acids protects from breast cancer development in offspring. In a new study recently published by Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, researchers noted a significant difference in mice from mothers that were fed a diet rich in canola oil, compared with mothers… Read More »
Episode 2 of Loki, entitled “The Variant,” dropped a whole lot of surprises and new mythology in its final moments. But the entire episode was also packed with much subtler clues and references. In a video on the New Rockstars channel, YouTuber Erik Voss runs through the many hidden details that fans of the show… Read More »
Many states require pharmacy technicians to attend training programs and get national certification. In a few states, the minimum requirement to become a pharmacy technician is a high school diploma or equivalent. Even if states do not require training and certification, having them can boost your confidence and stand out to potential employers. Here’s what… Read More »
One of the most unbearable migraine symptoms is nausea, and impacts 80% of migraine sufferers in the US. A headache physician showed in a study that pressure with an acupressure wristband to the P6 antiemetic point located on the inside of the wrist is an effective and also quick remedy for relief of migraine nausea.… Read More »