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6 Things Your Health Data Says About You 1. Weight. Weight is largely influenced by what you eat, as well as how much you exercise. With that said, factors like 2. Fat Mass. Determining your fat mass is important because it helps add context to the amount you weigh. Fat takes up 3. BMI.

The. Your Health Data Isn’t as Safe as You Think Silicon Valley’s rush into the health-care business is challenging the antiquated protections of Americans’ medical histories. Don’t panic! Visible blood in stool doesn’t necessarily mean you have cancer.

In fact, it’s more likely that you have hemorrhoids, which are swollen veins in your anus or lower rectum, says. 6 Things A Pathologist Knows About Your Health From An Autopsy; 6 Things Your Height Says About Your Health; What Period Color Blood Says About Your Health; The Heart Disease Risk You Don’t Know. Body temperature is easy to measure and it can tell you a surprising amount about your health. It does take some patience – sometimes a week or two of measuring regularly before you get any data you can use – but it takes 30 seconds and it’s free, so take a look at 4 ways you can use it to learn about your health. Here’s what your nails say about your health: 1. Dry, Cracked or Brittle.

Dry, cracked or brittleness are indicative of exposing your hands to frequent water submersion. If you’re a dishwasher, diver, fisherman, or swimmer, you’ve likely experienced this symptom on occasion. So get to know your resting heart rate —and what’s normal for you —through the Fitbit app and then learn how it can help inform your health. 6 Things Your Resting Heart Rate Can Tell You. You’re Not Active Enough A normal resting heart rate for the average adult is 60 to 100 beats per minute (bpm) or 40 to 60 bpm for highly conditioned.

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List of related literature:

Nottingham Health Profile The Nottingham Health Profile (NHP; Hunt et al 1980) includes 38 true/false items measuring six domains (mobility, pain, energy, sleep, emotional reactions, and social isolation) and an optional second part that includes additional items about sex, work, hobbies, and social relationships.

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by Stephen B. McMahon, Martin Koltzenburg, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013

Michalos et al. (2000) in a large-scale survey have shown that general health, vitality, body mass, health worries, and stress account for 56% of the variance in health satisfaction, and that general health is the strongest predictor of the set.

“The Psychology of Quality of Life: Hedonic Well-Being, Life Satisfaction, and Eudaimonia” by M. Joseph Sirgy
from The Psychology of Quality of Life: Hedonic Well-Being, Life Satisfaction, and Eudaimonia
by M. Joseph Sirgy
Springer Netherlands, 2012

In a 1999 survey of consumer attitudes toward health privacy, three out of four people reported that they had significant concerns about the privacy and confidentiality of their medical records (Forrester Research, 1999).

“Beyond the HIPAA Privacy Rule: Enhancing Privacy, Improving Health Through Research” by Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Care Services, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Committee on Health Research and the Privacy of Health Information: The HIPAA Privacy Rule, Lawrence O. Gostin, Laura A. Levit, Sharyl J. Nass
from Beyond the HIPAA Privacy Rule: Enhancing Privacy, Improving Health Through Research
by Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Care Services, et. al.
National Academies Press, 2009

In Column 2, tick the six statements which are the most important aspects of being healthy to you.

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Researchers found that handbook users were significantly more likely to receive “all three kinds of medical tests and … information on five or more health education topics,” even after adjusting for confounders (Kitabayashi et al., 2017, p. 2161).

“Crossing the Global Quality Chasm: Improving Health Care Worldwide” by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Health and Medicine Division, Board on Health Care Services, Board on Global Health, Committee on Improving the Quality of Health Care Globally
from Crossing the Global Quality Chasm: Improving Health Care Worldwide
by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Health and Medicine Division, et. al.
National Academies Press, 2019

The Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile II has been used to collect data from diverse samples, which adds to the scale validity.

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More than 80% of these users have sought information on health top­ics.

“Health Promotion and Aging: Practical Applications for Health Professionals” by David Haber, PhD
from Health Promotion and Aging: Practical Applications for Health Professionals
by David Haber, PhD
Springer Publishing Company, 2013

Fortunately, RHIE analysts kept detailed records on each person, including a dozen or more measurements under each category of physical health, mental health, social health, and general health index.

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from The Economics of Health and Health Care: Pearson New International Edition
by Sherman Folland, Allen Charles Goodman, Miron Stano
Taylor & Francis, 2016

I do not prefer to share the data that shows my health status with others.

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from Electronic Services: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications
by Management Association, Information Resources
Information Science Reference, 2010

This collection and storage can cover quite a large definition of personal health information and data.

“Springer Handbook of Medical Technology” by Rüdiger Kramme, Klaus-Peter Hoffmann, Robert Steven Pozos
from Springer Handbook of Medical Technology
by Rüdiger Kramme, Klaus-Peter Hoffmann, Robert Steven Pozos
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011

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  • Phew. That might have been the fastest we ever made a video. Literally working day and night. A huge challenge in talking about Corona was that the science is ongoing. So we put in extra special care to have good sources for this video and will update them in the coming weeks and months. Check them out here: https://sites.google.com/view/sourcescorona

    We could not have made this video without experts who took time in one of the busiest periods of their own careers. A huge thanks especially to Dr James Gurney and Dr Max Roser of Our World in Data for helping us make sure the video was as accurate as it could be in a situation that is changing daily.

    Also a big shoutout to https://ourworldindata.org/ – the online publication for research and data on the world’s largest problems – and how to make progress solving them. Check out their site. It also includes a constantly updated page on the Corona Pandemic. Working together with them over the years has been a delight.

    Ok. We are very tired and are going to take a nap now. Stay healthy!

  • “But the main reason why we want you to wear a mask is to protect me, from you, and the particles from your respiratory system, from getting into my respiratory system. “Everybody, this is literally a matter of life or death, So when you’re out public, please wear a mask.” Bill Nye 2020

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  • I get so overwhelmed by info in your videos. Can you do like short break downs of exactly what to do/try? I want to try thyroid hormone but not sure what i need?

  • Have you tried Tyromix by Idealabs? I like it, good ratio of T4/T3 at 2:1. I did the math and 2 drops equal around 1/4 grain of NDT. I do this twice a day so I get roughly the equivalent of a 1/2 grain per day. Makes me relaxed and kind of warm. Taking it with vitamin E is even more powerful. I think I remember Ray saying people use to get around 1/2 grain from just eating ground meat and sausages before they started removing the thyroid gland. So I do this to replicate the missing thyroid we use to get in diet.

  • Really bad video. Many of these graphs were not misleading at all. The one were the x-axis suddenly changes scale was a clear example of misleading the reader. Because you think global warning is a serious problem does not make the first of the two graphs invalid or wrong in any way at all. Its perfectly OK to represent the facts in a way that supports your point of view. Its an individual choice we all make how to illustrate facts to highlight our arguments. People need to read graphs correctly just as they need to understands the texts they are reading. And people are btw even worse at understanding statistics.

  • There’s something about mental health problems that people just cannot understand unless the problem is theirs. So all I have to say is, don’t waste your breath and discuss it only with professionals.

  • Great video! You are definitely someone I am thankful for the influence you have had over my life!
    By the way, not related to this video maybe but it would be interesting to hear your opinion on food replacements such as Huel and Soylent? Nutrition wise they seem like good options for when you are in a hurry and the ingredients seem to be from good sources like pea protein, flax seed etc.

  • This is gold! Ive let supplements creep back into my life and am experiencing allergic reactions, food is always the best source and i love cooking!

  • Nothing changed between quarantine and my normal summer I’m just on the computer playing and working on homework. Well besides face masks when shopping and stuff

  • I recently discovered your channel and it´s amazing how much you know, really glad I did it. When you talk about your past diets and struggles it feels like we had (I still have) some simillar difficulties.

    I started the carnivore diet for the same reason (thinking that everything else makes me react) then I discovered that it was bacterial or fungal overgrowth and I started to use a lot natural fighting infection substances such as oregano oil, spices, salts, clay, act. charcoal, and I seem to tolerate better raw dairy (at least cheese is perfectly fine now and maybe some yogurt) milk makes me run to the bathroom if it´s too much but not as bad as it used to.

    The sad thing it´s that I still breakout (with acne) if I eat a considerable amount of carbs of any kind, anyway I eat raw honey and some raw dairy cause doesn´t feel good to eat only meat 0 carb, despite it makes me break out a little. I´m kind of stuck or maybe I´m healing very slowly, I do feel better compared to some months before. I don´t really want to try laboratory antibiotics by now haha.
    PD: Congratulations for being so smart and dedicated regarding to health, you are ahead of almost every person I´ve seen (If not all) in the health department.

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  • Sport is the best antidepressant in my opinion it gives you exercise, relieves stress, forces you to speak to people and simply gets you out there for a start

  • What would be a good alternative to orange juice to get the benefits of nutrients, especially magnesium? I live in India, where oranges are too expensive to include in a regular diet. And they are available in the market in abundance through out the year.

  • I don’t understand people who buy stuff they don’t need/ can’t afford. Sure, showing off might give your ego some satisfaction, but is it worth putting yourself in that position? I don’t think so. I’ve always thought being a minimalist would result in less stress. I love you Scooby, thanks so much for being such a genuine guy.

  • I suffered 30 years of depression. On meds for 20 of those years. Finally discovered that things I was eating and even things I wasnt eating were the most significant factor. I wish more people would look more often at the most obvious source of mental and physical health problems, and that’s what we put in and on our bodies. I found that milk, cheese, a preservative called potassium sorbate (found in lots of foods and even drinks), and too much sugar were all having dramatic effects on me. I’ve cut out, caffeine, most sugar, milk, cheese and pretty much all processed food and feel so much better.

    Definitely have a ook at your diet if you are suffering depression and mood related issues.

  • Regarding point 2; I’ve spent hours trying to buy penicillin online in the UK, but could not find an over the counter anti-biotic here. I have settled for something called Propolis, an anti-bacterial agent collected by bees, making beehives some of the most sterile natural environments around, despite ideal bacterial growth conditions (a warm environment with very high humidity). The reviews seem great overall too, fingers crossed it has the same effect in my digestive environment!

  • Great vid. I’d add:
    -When cooking for yourself, track your appetite and eat a variety of dishes. I fell into the rut of making the same two or three dishes out of convenience, and it made eating at home unappetizing and probably incomplete nutritionally
    -Prepare to explain to everyone why you’re eating the way you are. And prepare for some people to be critical of you. If you’re well-studied it’s easier to stand your ground, and even win over some
    -And I’ll just echo your oyster/liver sentiment. Eating 4oz of liver everyday for breakfast totally revitalized my skin and hair. Oysters on standby following sexual activity is huge too. I’d always notice my skin and hair brittle the day after sex. Upped my zinc game and fixed it. Seems to be especially important as I get older

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  • But NOW people in America be like
    Nah bruh mask kill you
    nah bruh after i die i will go to heaven

    Charles Darwin: Natural selection will decide

  • oof, the amount of comments getting mad at the US for having bad reaction time and stuff, even though there are tons of recorded cases where false positives were being created to give the state more relief funding. I still remember the story where the nurses in an inner city hospital sent a completely unused test kit to be tested, and it came back positive. The politicians are blowing up numbers and making us all look bad just for some more money.

    P.S. The US also didn’t even react poorly to the disease, there were tons of things put in place by Trump like the China travel ban, and more, but apparently even with all that was done, we did poorly.

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  • I LOVE your videos! I want to show this to my 2nd Graders, but I don’t think they would understand the language. If you ever make videos for a younger crowd I would love to show them!

  • “A slow pandemic will not be remembered by the history books” lol!
    We’ve done what we were told to slow it down. Yet my kids will talk about COVID-19 for the rest of their lives because our reaction to it will affect our society for at least 100 years.

  • I cannot believe how many dislikes this video has. This video is so enlightening though arrogance has to shine through somehow. Tsk tsk.

  • Hello again Danny.
    This may not pertain to the video..and it will be cringy in nature haha.
    I was wondering if you could touch on whether masturbation, as a male, has any negative affects on hair or causes hair loss out right.
    I’ve always wanted to not do it, but if I could hear from one who has done the research himself, it may be what I needed to quit outright.
    Have a good one

  • I have the same issues with milk as you described you had earlier.

    Did you use Phenoxymethylpenicillin? (As I understand that’s the same thing as penicillin vk?)
    Can I ask what dose?


  • Looking at people who don’t believe in it, I’m okay with it. If they die because of the thing they don’t believe in, I don’t see the down side. Less “humans” to worry about if you can call people who draws conclusions first, then stringing the evidence together that

  • This fits so perfectly now. It’s like the deaths from covid. Almost all deaths are people 80 years old. Average life expectancy is 72 to 75. Yet the media is trying to make it seem like everyone is going to die from it.