Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Why some people don't wash their hands
It may seem incomprehensible in this age
of pandemic but there are some people
(still) who don't wash their hands.
Reasons for skipping out hand washing
are varied. Zaria Gorvett for the BBC
researches the subject.
Eating large meals can make us hungrier
It seems counter-intuitive that eating a
large meal can make us hungrier in the
hours—or even days—following the feast
but it's true. And, is it true that it's
because you've stretched your stomach
with all those goodies? William Park,
BBC.com, delves into the science of food
Calculate your blood alcohol content
BAC (blood alcohol content) calculators
are primarily used to help people keep
track of how much alcohol they’ve
consumed. RatesForInsurance.com has an
online guide that explains blood alcohol
content (BAC), the different types of
BAC calculators, their use by law
enforcement, and a quick quiz to check
your own BAC.
Tips to make running more enjoyable
Running is one of the more accessible
options for exercise...something we
might all consider doing in these days
of sheltering in-place. Here are ten
tips to help make running more enjoyable
how to avoid touching your face so much
Humans, unlike many other animals, have
a propensity to touch their faces. It's an
usual habit and one that makes us
particularly prone to infecting
ourselves with transmittable diseases.
So, why do we do it and, more
importantly, how can we stop doing it?
How the U.S. hospital ships work
Only eight nations still have hospital
ships—among them are the massive USNS
Mercy and USNS Comfort. Here;s a look at
how America's hospital ships work and
what they look like inside.
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