Geneva — Five million deaths could be prevented each year worldwide if people were less sedentary, according to the World Health Organization, which on Nov. 26 released updated physical activity guidelines.
Columbus, OH — Teens living in states that ban cell phone use while driving may be less likely to use their electronic devices when behind the wheel, according to a study from the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Atlanta — Household transmission of COVID-19 can occur rapidly after one member is infected but doesn’t display symptoms, according to the results of a recent study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Coleraine, Northern Ireland — If dinner is typically your largest meal of the day, you might be consuming more calories than necessary – and not eating the most nutritious food, according to researchers from Ulster University.
Washington — The Environmental Protection Agency has again updated its list of registered disinfectants that can help prevent and reduce the spread of COVID-19 – extending the total number of disinfectant products on the agency’s sortable, searchable database to more than 500.
Columbus, OH — Nonfatal head and neck injuries related to all-terrain vehicles sent an average of 31 children – nearly half younger than 12 – to U.S. emergency rooms each day over a recent 25-year period, results of a recent Nationwide Children’s Hospital study show.