Medical News Today: What to know about viral fever

A viral fever is a higher-than-average body temperature that a virus causes. Often, a person will experience symptoms that may include a runny nose, coughing, nausea, fatigue, and body aches. While not every person experiences a fever when they have a virus, a fever can be a sign that the body is trying to fight…

Details

Statins May Increase Risk of Diabetes

The link between statin use and the development of Type 2 diabetes may be even stronger than previously believed, a new study suggests. Researchers prospectively studied 8,567 men and women whose average age was 64. All were free of diabetes and not taking statins when the study started. In a follow-up of up to 15…

Details

Hungry City: Putting a Fresh Spin on Traditional Georgian Cooking at Pirosmani

Just before dinner is over at Pirosmani in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, the waiter will clear everyone’s plates, and first-timers may worry that the kitchen has forgotten about that order of Georgian dumplings. But fresh, spotless plates are a requirement for enjoying the baseball-size khinkali; they serve as a test of one’s dumpling-eating skills. “You have…

Details

15 Eco-Friendly Bathing Suits That Wont Degrade in the Water

Vitamin A There might still be weeks of winter ahead of us, but if you’re anything like me, the cold has you dreaming of warm summer days and the cute swimsuits you’ll inevitably Instagram yourself wearing poolside. But if you’re one to consider sustainability when shopping, check out one of these 15 eco-friendly suits that…

Details

The Pour: Leaving It All Behind for the Love of Nebbiolo

YARRA GLEN, Australia — In an unassuming shed near this small town in the center of the Yarra Valley, just northeast of Melbourne, Luke Lambert makes gorgeous, minerally chardonnays and perfumed, savory syrahs under the Luke Lambert label. The wines are fresh and energetic, far from the jammy, alcoholic fruit bombs and the cheap “critter…

Details

Deaths From Drugs and Suicide Reach a Record in the U.S.

The number of deaths from alcohol, drugs and suicide in 2017 hit the highest level since the collection of federal mortality data started in 1999, according to an analysis by two public health nonprofits, the Trust for America’s Health and the Well Being Trust. To reach their conclusion, the two groups parsed the latest available…

Details