Today’s Solutions: May 25, 2024

Breathing through nose

Breathe more through your nose to help your immune system

We decided to dust off this older story with a great solution.  We all want to strengthen our immunity, and while diet and exercise are a big part of that, there is another thing you can do to bolster your defense: nasal breathing. According to human performance specialist and breathing Read More...

If 50% of people take these 3

If 50% of people take these 3 steps, we could stop the spread of Covid-19

While a vaccine may be crucial to fully stopping the coronavirus, a new study finds that three simple steps may drastically reduce the spread of Covid-19: handwashing, physical distancing, and wearing a mask. However, for these steps to actually stop the virus, at least 50 percent of the Read More...

Dutch officials advise single

Dutch officials advise single people to find a sex buddy for lockdown

Social distancing is already hard enough, but if you’re not in a relationship, the lack of physical contact can be extremely frustrating. In the Netherlands, many singletons have been voicing their frustration at the social distancing rules for single people. One writer, Linda Duits, a Read More...

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7 strategies for getting the most nutrition out of your pantry

By now, you've probably started to adapt to cooking from your pantry, but limiting your shopping trips may mean you've been eating less fresh produce than you'd like. This, however, doesn’t mean the nutrition of your meals goes by the wayside. If you want to get the most nutrition out of your Read More...

No link between saturated fat

No link between saturated fat and heart disease

Saturated, unsaturated, trans, omega-6, omega-3… Like the Eskimo languages famed for having dozens of words for ‘snow’, the modern Western vocabulary is rich in ways to describe fat—as well as advice on which ‘good’ and ‘bad’ fats to seek out or avoid for a healthy diet. But Read More...