Modern scientists consider anger as a natural emotion experienced by all humans at times. Some of them view anger as part of the fight or flight brain response to the received threat. Anger is a response to having been offended, wronged, or denied. Everyone gets angry. You may “lose your cool” or “hit the roof.” It’s a part of being human; it’s the energy seeking expression.
The mechanism by which soap hinders the spread of coronavirus is very interesting and has a scientific background.
The SARS-COV2 coronavirus (this is the name of the coronavirus; COVID-19 is the name of the disease it produces) is essentially made up of 3 parts:
Educating the little ones on the importance of good oral hygiene is essential for their oral health. The data indicates that 20% of 3-year-old children have more than one tooth with cavities, while this percentage increases to more than 30% in children between five and six years old.
There is still time to get a flu shot. December may be here and yes, the holidays are around the corner but so is the cold and flu season. So get that shot.
In Canadian Medical Association Journal are two studies on migraine management. Migraine is quite common with some 8% of men and 18% of women experiencing migraines. Headaches are typically primary headaches meaning there is no underlying cause such as a tumor, injury, or an aneurysm. Of the common primary headaches, they can be tension headaches, cluster headaches, and migraines.
One of the popular movies was The Hangover. With us being in the midst of the holiday season, it seems that we might be seeing a few hangovers ourselves. One of the great tragedies of this year was the death of Amy Winehouse due to alcohol poisoning.