The first saliva test to measure glucose levels in people with diabetes will be available in 2023

With this new method, patients with diabetes will avoid the pain of current blood tests. In addition, this technology could be used to measure at least 130 indicators of the organism.

The NBA Playoffs Reveal One of the Most Powerful Productivity Lessons Ever

Health is a key factor of success for both athletes and entrepreneurs.

Adrian Shepherd

Early signs of Alzheimer's can show up in your driving

According to a study, there are certain qualities that make it possible to distinguish the early stages of the disease.

What is major medical insurance and how does it work?

Before purchasing insurance, it is important to understand what your needs are in order to choose the plan that covers them.

3 Reasons Dry Mixes Are the Future of CPG Food

Brands that don't prepare for inflation and further supply-chain issues are at risk.

Jaron Lukas

These are the new drugs that the WHO recommends to treat seriously ill patients due to COVID-19

According to the World Health Organization, these drugs have shown efficiency against the virus.

Do you want to lose weight? They present the first 'lock' for teeth

The device allows you to open your mouth only 2 millimeters.

This is how stress breaks your heart (literally)

Scientists discovered two molecules that may be the key to understanding the cause of Takotsubo cardiomyopathy or broken heart syndrome.

Vitamins With Taste: How Plant-Based Brands Are Putting Nutrients Where You Wouldn't Expect

Forget gummy vitamins. Now you can get your nutrients from some of your favorite foods.

Brian Kateman

Exercising, why is it important to move?

Diseases that were previously part of the elderly, today make their debut much earlier than expected.

Do your eyes hurt from so much computer? We tell you how we can avoid eye fatigue

Eye fatigue manifests as a feeling of discomfort, dryness, or itching of the eyes. In addition, it leads to blurred vision and can cause severe headaches.