Articles By Robert Calandra
A new bill aims to tackle the safety risks of fallen furniture. The pause on the Johnson & Johnson Covid 19 vaccine should last days, not weeks, according to CDC and FDA officials. Thanks to Amerisleep, we know why Tom Hanks’ character was “Sleepless in Seattle” - he had exploding head syndrome. A new study published in the Frontiers of Psychiatry reinforces older studies that say smartphone addiction can ruin your sleep. With the president's announcement that he wants 200 million people vaccinated by the end of April, the rise of the variants, especially the British version, is also raising concerns. The accidental death of a child involving a Peloton treadmill is a grim reminder for parents to keep their children away from all exercise equipment. Unless you're careful about cleaning and storing your brush, then it’s likely you’ve spread more than toothpaste on your teeth. If people seem a bit more salty Sunday, it could be because springing ahead to Daylight Savings Time (DST) has cost them more than just an hour of sleep. A new study funded by the National Institutes of Health, Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Diseases, and the American Heart Association has shown that eating five daily servings of two fruits and three vegetables can lead to a longer life. A federal judge entered a permanent injunction order against dietary supplement maker Confidence USA Inc., and two of its top executives. In the past 20 years, the suicide rate in the US among those 16 to 64 years of age has risen 40%. Hidden inside that percentage are physician suicides -- the completed ones. The Canadian Health minister signed an order last week that will curb the ability of Americans to import prescription drugs from our neighbors to the north.