Drinking Coffee Daily Slashes Your Liver Cancer Risk
Researchers say simply adding two cups of coffee into your daily diet could be a good step in reducing your risk of liver cancer.

Teen Develops App to Help Deaf Sister Communicate
Thomson Reuters
Estrella Salazar, a 17-year-old science whiz from a working-class town near Mexico City, was inspired by her sister to develop an app to help deaf and hard-of-hearing Mexicans communicate more easily.

Home Remedies Can Be Useful for Some Conditions, Experts Say
The Washington Post
Pandemic fears have made them even more attractive. A recent survey found that consumers are increasingly turning to at-home treatments to avoid going to a hospital emergency room.

The Art of Yoga: A Look at an Ancient Practice
The Sistershood
Yoga in its truest form is the union of mind, body and spirit, which encompasses a variety of disciplines designed to bring the practitioners to a higher physical and spiritual level.

Diets Make You Feel Bad, So Try Training Your Brain Instead
The New York Times
It might seem like surprising advice, but there’s mounting scientific evidence to suggest that diets don’t work. Research shows that food restriction just makes you want to eat more. And over the long term, dieting can backfire.

Jane Velkovski on the Life Changing Power of Assistive Technologies
TED Talks
With clarity and poise, he shares how his first motorized wheelchair empowered him with independence and ability - and why assistive technology should be available to anyone who needs it.

Study Shows Food You Eat Linked to COVID-19 Symptom Severity
Centro Universitario de la Costa
The links between diet-related diseases and COVID-19 is now widely accepted based on scientific evidence. In this regard, obesity has been identified by the CDC as a strong risk factor for severe COVID-19 illness.

Renew and Relax With Riviera Nayarit’s Wellness Experiences
Riviera Nayarit Blog
From jungle hiking to beach yoga to spa rituals inspired by ancient indigenous rituals, the Riviera Nayarit can provide travelers in need of a wellness vacation with so much to do and explore.

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