Top 7 Health Questions Answered for a Healthy Living

Top 7 Health Questions Answered for a Healthy Living

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'Healthy living' means maintaining a healthy lifestyle and introducing habits that improve your health. An important step to healthy living is identifying less healthy habits and learning new, positive ones to replace them, such as: eating healthy foods and balanced meals. sleeping well and managing stress, etc. Here are the top 7 health questions answered for a healthy living!

Are Short Workouts Worth It?

Yes. Longer is better, but you can get by with quick bouts of activity when that's all you have time for. The CDC suggests 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity each week (like walking or biking at a medium-fast pace), plus two sessions of muscle-strengthening exercise. Several 10- minute bursts of exercise each day can get you to this goal and help keep you fit.

Is a Daily Glass of Wine Healthy?

Not for everyone. Small amounts of alcohol may stave off heart disease, and lower the odds of stroke and diabetes, too. But heavy drinking ups your chances for liver and heart damage, plus breast, colon, and other cancers. If you don't drink, don't start. If you do, limit yourself to one drink a day if you’re a woman, or two if you're a man.

Is Tap Water Safe to Drink?

Yes. The U.S. has some of the safest drinking water in the world. Unless your water comes from a small community system or private well, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) checks it closely for bacteria and harmful chemicals like lead.

Does Cholesterol in Food Count?

Obesity, inactivity, and a poor diet can do more to raise your cholesterol than an egg. The real bad guys are the unhealthy trans fats and saturated fats found in meats, dairy, and processed foods. Opt for low-fat dairy and lean meats, read labels, and watch your carbs and portions. If your numbers are high, ask your doctor what foods you should avoid

Do Vaccines Cause Autism Spectrum Disorder?

No. A 1998 study that claimed Autism Spectrum Disorder was caused by the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine was based on faulty research and was later retracted. Meanwhile, several other more recent studies show vaccines have no connection at all to autism -- but they do lower kids' risks of getting dangerous health conditions like whooping cough and polio.

Is Microwaved Food Unsafe?

Reheat those leftovers. Microwaves don't make food "radioactive." All your microwave does is make the water molecules in food move, which creates friction that heats it up. Microwaves do create a small magnetic field but a lot of work goes into making sure there’s not enough to cause problems. Just don’t use one with a damaged door.

Do Cell Phones Cause Brain Cancer?

It's unlikely. Most research -- including a study of more than 420,000 people over 20 years -- says there's no connection between brain tumors and cell phone use. A more recent study, though, found a link between a specific type of brain tumor called a glioma and heavy cell phone use. If you're worried, wear a headset, use the speaker, and limit your phone time.


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