Author: Andrew Beck

Andrew Beck is a 28-year-old writer who enjoys playing football and reading books. He is smart and creative, but can also be very sneaky and a bit lazy.

The 85-year-old Ke surnamed Taichung has suffered from low back pain and a long-term mood in the past year. Recently, he discovered that a rash on his right thigh had been blister. It was thought that it was caused by allergies. Herpes is more common in people over 50 years old with weak immune function. Recently, there have been many cases of outpatient consultations in outpatient clinics, calling on the public to pay attention. The old man named Ke told the doctor that in the past year, because of the pain in the waist and the impact of the new…

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“Withdraw from competition without competitiveness”, tourism industry and netizens praise Lin Jialong to tell the truth Faced with the continued global epidemic and the fear of collapse of travel agencies, Minister of Transportation Lin Jialong said on the 7th when he sold the North City double-decker sightseeing bus, the market could be consolidated and reshuffled after the epidemic. Unexpectedly, this remark caused controversy, and political commentator Li Zhenghao even angered Lin Jialong to stop speaking. However, the tourism industry has long realized that it should take this opportunity to increase the energy of its hardware and software and improve its…

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Staying up late really hurts! Surgeon Jiang Kunjun shared on the show that if you do not sleep for a long time, you may increase your blood pressure, emotional instability, and chances of suffering from dementia. You may even experience hallucinations and schizophrenia, and some people will stay up late and will look back. Phenomenon, suddenly good spirits, but in fact super brain hurt. Jiang Kunjun shared on the show “Health 2.0”, “If you don’t sleep for a long time, it will really happen!” The longest record of not sleeping in human history was set by a 16-year-old boy in…

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Chen Shizhong, the commander of the Central Epidemic Epidemic Command Center, announced today that from now on, people returning from Wuhan to Taiwan no longer need to be locked in a centralized quarantine office, as long as they stay at home for 14 days. Chen Shizhong said that Wuhan returned from charter flights and class charters to centralized quarantine. After May 8, the 150 people who came back one after another were in the centralized quarantine office, and no harm was observed. Therefore, those returning from Wuhan will not need to concentrate quarantine and return. home quarantine. If there is…

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Located in the reserved area of ​​”Public Park” next to Xizhi Park in New Taipei City, it covers an area of ​​about 2600 pings and is lined with trees. The city government plans to create a park for senior citizens. Municipal councillor Bai Juru found that he planned to “level out” the green space. Build a communion park, call for rescue of shade, maintain the characteristics of the original forest, and retain this “city lung” comparable to Daan Forest Park. Bai Juru pointed out that in the era of global warming, the city is getting hotter and hotter, the unique…

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In addition to a healthy lifestyle, several herbal medicines could increase the body’s natural defenses. The most famous is Echinacea, but a Chinese species – the astragalus – is also indicated as well as several plants called “adaptogens” and the essential oil of ravintsara. Find out how these natural remedies work. What medicinal plants to boost immunity? People with weakened immune systems are more prone to infections (colds, cystitis, yeast infections, warts, etc.) and may experience chronic fatigue. The body’s defenses are naturally weak in young children, but they are not the only ones to risk more frequent contamination: this…

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It is 5:00 pm and the call for the cookie is felt. Is it a real hunger or a desire to snack? Elements of response with Veronique Liesse, dietician-nutritionist. Summary Hunger is physiological Stress, boredom, fatigue… our body compensates Tips to fight against your desires Hungry or want to snack? All the dishes dance before your eyes. But how do you know if they reflect an appetite or a desire to nibble driven by boredom or envy? A nuance of importance because if hunger corresponds to a real physiological need, snacking leads to an uncontrolled food intake, often fatty and…

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AIDS-related deaths have continued to decline over the past year and access to treatment is improving, but the Covid-19 epidemic is likely to undermine that progress in the coming months, warns Monday. UNAIDS in its annual report. In 2019, 690,000 people worldwide died of AIDS-related illnesses, compared to 770,000 people in 2018. This is between two and three times less than at the peak of the epidemic in 2004 (1.7 million deaths).Summary In 2019, 690,000 people worldwide died of AIDS-related illnesses, compared to 770,000 people in 2018. This is between two and three times less than at the peak of…

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It’s happy hour ! But between beer, crisps and dips, the convivial cocktail can quickly turn into a caloric bomb that plumbs your figure. Follow the advice of our expert, Marie-Laure Andre dietician-nutritionist, to lighten your appetizers in calories but not in pleasure!Summary Have a dinner appetiteAvoid overbidding fatty foodsStay reasonable with oilseedsPrefer wineLimit fruit juicesChoose your dips wellBet on wholemeal breadWhich seafood to choose?Choose the cheese wellHomemade crisps If you pay attention to your weight, it is better to avoid accumulating a rich aperitif (olives, crisps, salted cookies, etc.) then a dinner. The light solution not to increase the…

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The holidays of an allergic child require a little preparation. From the destination to the means of transport, via accommodation and the choice of activities, some advice is essential. Learn the precautions for a carefree vacation.Summary Prepare your vacation with the allergistPollen allergy: the choice of destinationPrevent insect allergyAllergy to petsFood allergySun allergy Allergy: protecting your child on vacation The suitcases are ready, the sporting goods are in the car … Nothing should spoil the holidays of the whole family … not even the allergy of your youngest. Thanks to the advice of the Asthma and Allergies 1 Association, go…

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