Processed meats, like bacon, cause a small increase in the risk of cancer. Processed meat is classified as Group 1 by the IRAC, carcinogenic to humans.
Health refers to physical, mental, and social well-being. It’s a broad category that contains fitness and exercise, nutrition, health science, and mental health.
Tomatoes contain lycopene, which may help protect your skin from UV damage, this means eating tomatoes may work as a natural sunblock to prevent sunburn.
Studies have shown that both vaping and smoking tobacco are harmful. There is no conclusive evidence that shows that electronic cigarettes are safer than tobacco cigarettes.
Weight loss and weight gain are complex, but at its core weight is based on caloric balance; calories stored as fat vs. calories used.
Cheat days (days where you don’t exercise or diet) can help maintain the effectiveness of a diet or workout regime, but only in moderation.
There is no negative calorie food. Not even low calorie or fibrous fruits and vegetables burn more calories than they contain, but some drinks can.
There are no recorded deaths due marijuana overdose, however overdose is theoretically possible at about 40,000 times the amount needed to get high.
Crossing your eyes can’t make you permanently cross eyed; the muscles holding the eye will fatigue and the eye will return to it’s original position.
The term malaria comes from two medieval Italian words “mal” and “aria,” which when put together mean “bad air.” This came about before we understood that the disease was passed from a parasite carried by misquotes who lived in the wet ground, and not through “the bad air of swamps”.
Malaria would have needed to kill an average of about 5 ½ million a year to kill half of everyone ever, we don’t have data to prove this. However, we know almost half the world’s population is at risk of Malaria and it kills up to a million a year today.