Paint Side Effects: Avoiding Toxic Fumes From VOCs

February 25, 2015 Hill Fox 0

What are the health dangers that you should be aware of when you are painting your house? Well, there are short term or temporary paint side effects which will eventually disappear. However, there are long term side effects from paint fume exposure and inhalation which could have a more damaging impact to your health. First, here are the short term side effects:

Waist Trainer Side Effects: Are Waist Cinchers Good or Bad For Your Health?

February 11, 2015 Hill Fox 0

Waist Trainer Side Effects: Good or Bad? You gotta give it to the Kardashian girls. They may be annoying and all but they are trend setters. Okay, maybe they are not necessarily the trend originators but they seem to be early adapters of what’s going to be trendy. Wasn’t it a few years ago that everyone and their aunt are annoyed with Kim and her constant picture self-taking and oversharing? Now, everyone is into selfies […]

Bad Side Effects of iPods and MP3 Players: Tinnitus

May 5, 2012 Hill Fox 0

Are iPods and MP3 players dangerous to your health? Not necessarily! But they can damage your ears and make you go deaf if you’re the kind of guy (or gal) who likes to play your iPods oh-so-loudly that your seatmate on the subway can hear the music you are playing. Constant exposure to loud noise has been cited by the Mayo Clinic as one of the common causes of tinnitus, a condition where one hears […]

Bad Effects of Too Much Sitting? Higher Risk of Death & Unhealthy Life

April 17, 2012 Hill Fox 0

Is sitting too much dangerous for your health? Yes it is. There are a few health topics on which most doctors and health experts agree — and this is definitely one of them. Now, a new Australian study led by the University of Sydney has found more evidence that sitting too much increases the risk of dying. This was even after taking into account physical activity, weight and health status of study participants. The study […]

Universal Flu Vaccine Available Soon?

March 17, 2012 Hill Fox 0

There’s no underestimating the destructive power of a flu pandemic. So far, there have been only five in human history, but the worst one, the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic was so deadly. Spreading across the world, even to the Arctic and remote Pacific Islands, it infected almost a third of all the people at that time and killed between 50 million and 100 million people — at least three percent of the world’s population then. […]