Stay Summer Hydrated!

Summer is here and it is more important than ever to stay hydrated. Increasing water intake can often feel boring. “When I was a child, I thought the “adult drink” was coffee. When I became a teenager, I thought the “adult drink” was beer. As an adult, I’ve realized the “adult drink” is in fact…… Read More »

The dentists’ guide to the best products for keeping your teeth in mint condition

With the sun shining, lockdown restrictions gradually easing and more opportunities to see friends and family, there’s plenty to smile about, so you’ll want to make sure your teeth are ready to be shown off. Dentists have remained open throughout the pandemic, and while it’s essential to get your teeth professionally cleaned regularly, it’s also important… Read More »

3 of the Best Lower Chest Exercises to Do at Home

1. Dumbbell pullover The dumbbell pullover is a classic exercise from the Golden age of bodybuilding that can help build serious muscle mass and when done correctly, will work the lower pecs, triceps, abs and lats. What muscles does the dumbbell pullover work? Primary muscles: The dumbbell pullover primarily targets the serratus anterior muscle located… Read More »

Democrats could add billions to massive partisan package to expand Medicare access

An effort by liberal Democrats to lower the Medicare eligibility age by five years could add billions more to the $ 3.5 trillion infrastructure and social welfare package the party is aiming to pass without GOP votes. Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders is leading the push to make adults 60-64 years old eligible for the government… Read More »

MGH researchers studying early onset celiac disease

A collaborative group of researchers has identified substantial microbial changes in the intestines of at-risk infants before disease onset in a new, long-term, prospective approach to the development of celiac disease. Using advanced genomic sequencing techniques, MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) researchers, along with colleagues from institutions in Italy and the University of Maryland, College… Read More »