People who smoke would be at ‘increased possibility’ of contracting COVID-19

Am 02.04.2020 veröffentlichtEvidence and “advisory” from the World Health Organisation suggests that “smokers are at higher risk of getting the virus and … of getting worse complications than non-smokers,” according to UNSW School of Public Health Professor Frederic Sitas.Concern has been raised over whether smokers are more susceptible to COVID-19 as the virus tends to…

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Elevated day-to-day step depend linked with lower mortality risk: Peep

Higher daily step counts are associated with lower mortality risk from all causes, according to a study. The research, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that the number of steps a person takes each day, but not the intensity of stepping, had a strong association with mortality. “While we knew physical…

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