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For most of the last year, health experts have been urging Americans to protect themselves and others from COVID-19. However, with the arrival of the new virus variants, it has never been more crucial. During the first public briefing of President Joe Biden's Coronavirus Task Force, the new Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, expressed concern about the mutations currently identified in the United States, and revealed a few of the best ways to avoid them. Read on to hear what she had to say—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. 1 First of All, Be Careful Out There. The New Variants Are "More Transmissible" "I know that there are concerns about the variants," Dr. Walensky said. "Viruses mutate, and we have always expected that variante would emerge and we have been looking with them." The new variants "seem to spread more easily," she revealed. "They're more transmissible, which can lead to an increased number of cases and increase stress on our already taxed healthcare system." She also shared the latest statistics involving them in the United States—308 cases of the UK variant confirmed in 26 States as of January 26th and one case of the P1 variant first detected in Brazil. "The CDC is committed to working with international and state and local partners and increasing surveillance to monitor the situation and share as soon as we learn more," she added. "The emergence of variants underscores the need for public health action." 2 Get Vaccinated The number one way to protect yourself against the virus and the new variants is to "get vaccinated when it is your turn," says Dr. Walensky. Also, she encourages doing your part to get others to do the same. "Some people may need help getting vaccinated," she said. "Please consider helping your neighbors and loved ones schedule or travel to their appointments." 3 Wear a Mask Protective face coverings are one of the most important tools in preventing the spread of COVID. And, they are just as relative now as they were in the spring, according to Dr. Walensky. 4 Practice Social Distancing The CDC suggests keeping a six-foot distance between yourself and others to prevent respiratory spread of the virus. 5 Wash Your Hands Hand hygiene is another CDC-endorsed method of protecting yourself and others from the virus. 6 Avoid Travel There is no better time to cancel your travel plans. "Now is not the time to travel," Dr. Walensky asserted. "But if you must, be safe and follow the CDC guidelines." This includes wearing a mask as well as testing and quarantining protocol. RELATED: If You Feel This, You May Have Already Had COVID, Says Dr. Fauci 7 Do Your Part "Please do your part to get cases down by simply taking these actions," Dr. Walensky concluded. So follow public health fundamentals and help end this surge, no matter where you live—wear a face mask, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, get vaccinated when it becomes available to you, and to protect your life and the lives of others, don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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Is there really such a thing as having too much coffee? Hate to break it to you, but yes. You really can have too much of a good thing. But when it comes to the actual limit of how much coffee you can have in a day, the number is a lot higher than you would expect. In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic, you can have at least four cups of coffee on a daily basis!Sound almost impossible? Let's do the math. According to the Mayo Clinic, an average adult is allowed 400 milligrams of caffeine in a day. Given that a normal 8 oz. cup of coffee has around 100 milligrams of caffeine, you can drink up to four cups in order to stay safe. That means you can have up to 28 ounces of coffee a day!RELATED: Here are The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now.Surprisingly, caffeine has a lot of great health benefits for a person's body. According to one study published by Longevity&Healthspan, drinking caffeine on a regular basis can actually extend your life. Caffeine also improves your memory and mental functioning, speeds up your reaction times, and of course, decreases your fatigue. Even the AARP says drinking coffee on a regular basis can increase longevity compared to coffee abstainers!But as we said, there is such thing as having too much caffeine. According to Healthline, drinking more than 1,000 milligrams of caffeine a day can cause negative effects on the body including increased anxiety, insomnia, and digestive issues. And while drinking caffeinated coffee has shown to increase longevity, drinking too much coffee can actually have the opposite effect.By drinking more than four cups of coffee, the Mayo Clinic some serious side effects including frequent headaches, insomnia, nervousness, irritability, frequent urination, fast heartbeat, muscle tremors, and more. It can also wreak havoc on your sleep patterns if you're drinking coffee later in the afternoon. The Mayo Clinic points out that "even small amounts of sleep loss can add up and disturb your daytime alertness and performance."So do yourself a favor and cap your caffeine intake at four cups of coffee a day. And while having a sugary mocha once in a blue moon is a fun treat, typically those frothy beverages are drowning in added sugars. It's best to keep your coffee black or to fill it with some milk, plant-based alternatives, or low-sugar creamers.And if you're in need of a hot beverage in the late afternoon, you can always brew yourself a pot of green tea—which is also full of all kinds of health benefits!Get even more healthy tips straight to your inbox by signing up for our newsletter.
Lunar cycle has distinct effect on sleep, study suggestsResearch finds people stay up later and sleep less before full moon, and do the opposite before new moon The moon, pictured in the sky over Valencia, Venezuela. Photograph: Juan Carlos Hernandez/Zuma/Rex/Shutterstock
Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.Kaia Gerber has traded in her stilettos for a pair of Uggs.The 19-year-old model has traded in her designer threads in favour of the ultimate loungewear uniform: leggings and a pair of comfy Uggs.Gerber was spotted in Los Angeles leaving an early morning workout class wearing a pair of the shearling lined Ultra Mini II Boots ($140 USD), a pair of Air Brush Leggings from celeb-approved brand, Alo Yoga and an oversized Aspen sweatshirt from Zizi Donohoe.ALSO SEE: Kate Spade's Surprise Sale is here just in time for Valentine's Day: Save up to 75% off on handbags, jewelry and moreUgg boots originated in the ‘70s a go-to for California beach bums has transcended surf culture to become a wardrobe staple for fall and winter fashions. The trend gained popularity in the ealry 2000s with nearly every Hollywood starlet and college co-ed owning at least one pair of the suede boots.However, all fashion is cyclical; and during a time filled with unexpected twists and turns, the return of the Ugg boot was one trend we definitely didn’t see coming.From Selena Gomez to Hilary Duff, Taylor Swift to Irina Shayk — some of the biggest trendsetters in the entertainment and fashion have been spotted in new and updated versions of Ugg boots.Looking for some Ugg styling inspiration? Scroll through our gallery to check out stars and influencers alike giving a masterclass in styling these comfortable footwear must-haves.Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and sign up for our newsletter.
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After the production of seasonal candies was suspended last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, new Peeps in fun holiday shapes are returning to grocery store shelves in time for Easter on April 4.Just Born Quality Confections, the iconic candy's parent company, shut down two factories in Pennsylvania last March due to concerns over worker safety. Luckily for Peeps connoisseurs, the manufacturer revealed that all of its Easter marshmallow treats had already been "produced and shipped to retailers" at the time of the closure. (Related: Grocery Shortages To Expect in 2021, According to Experts.)Though limited production resumed in May, the company announced in September that it had made "the difficult decision" to forego production of its seasonal candies in order to meet "the expected overwhelming demand" for the Easter season in addition to everyday candies.Now, we're getting an official peep into the factory for confirmation that new yellow chicks are on their way to store shelves. And aren't they a sight for sore eyes?You won't have to wait much longer! Keep your PEEPers peeled 🎉🐥💛 pic.twitter.com/47TEKALL9Z— peepsbrand (@PEEPSBrand) January 15, 2021But there's more: The brand's Twitter account also posted videos of pink bunnies on the factory conveyor belt, meaning grocers are likely to have multiple shapes and colors to celebrate the upcoming spring and holiday seasons. Whether there will be as many new flavors as last year to jazz up our Easter baskets remains to be seen. Eat This, Not That! has reached out to Just Born for comment.HOP to it&get ready to express your #PEEPSONALITY! 🐰💕 pic.twitter.com/ZSj48HWkJS— peepsbrand (@PEEPSBrand) January 11, 2021In its September statement about what's next for Peeps, Just Born said to expect its other fluffy treats, including pumpkins and Christmas trees, to make a comeback in 2021. To get the latest grocery store news delivered right to your email inbox every day, sign up for our newsletter!
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