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Lose Love Handles in a Week With This Routine, Says Trainer — Eat This Not That

Lose Love Handles in a Week With This Routine, Says Trainer — Eat This Not That

Not feeling the love from your love handles? To say that excess fat in this area of the body is a nuisance would be an understatement. We’ll be honest: It’ll take hard work and dedication on your part to lose love handles in a week, but it is possible to tighten things up in that …

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The drugs don’t work (and other mental health myths) | Mental health

There can be little doubt that public attitudes to mental health have already turned a corner. Just consider the sheer number of public figures – from Robbie Williams and Lady Gaga to Baroness Davidson – who have opened up about their struggles. According to one analysis of English newspapers, the number of articles stigmatising mental …

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Arizona man details his monkeypox diagnosis as cases rise in the country

Arizona man details his monkeypox diagnosis as cases rise in the country

Arizona man details his monkeypox diagnosis as cases rise in the country PHOENIX – Monkeypox cases are on the rise in the Phoenix area and across the nation, and the Biden administration recently declared the outbreak a public health emergency. More than a hundred cases of monkeypox have been reported in Arizona and getting the …

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Officials Wrestle With Whether to Allow New Monkeypox Vaccination Strategy

Officials Wrestle With Whether to Allow New Monkeypox Vaccination Strategy

WASHINGTON — It sounded like a simple solution to the shortage of monkeypox vaccine: Merely by changing the way doses are injected, the federal government could vaccinate five times as many people with the supply it has in hand. But the approach — injecting one-fifth of the current dose into the skin instead of a …

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How To Release Spiritual Imbalances That Keep You Sick | Laura Schwalm

The human body contains vortexes of concentrated energy between our physical and spiritual bodies. These energy centers are called the chakras. The levels of life force in our bodies have an impact on our inherent healing ability, as chi, our life force helps to nourish organs and systems of the body, supporting them in their …

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Neuroimaging Study Reveals Fatigue-Related Differences by Age and Gender

Summary: Age and gender both appear to affect the relationship between state fatigue and brain activation. Source: Kessler Foundation To study the relationship between age and fatigue, Kessler Foundation researchers conducted a novel study using neuroimaging and self-report data. Their findings were published online on May 9, 2022, in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. The authors are …

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In Indiana, monkeypox virus a growing problem as cases increase

MUNCIE, Ind. — As of Thursday the number of cases of monkeypox in Indiana had reached 62 cases, up from 45 the previous Thursday, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Those figures included at least two pediatric cases. The illness, largely spread by skin on skin contact, has been spreading in the United States …

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Social isolation, loneliness raise risk of death from heart attack or stroke by nearly a third

Social isolation, loneliness raise risk of death from heart attack or stroke by nearly a third

SAN DIEGO — Loneliness increases the risk of cardiovascular disease by almost a third, according to new research. Socially isolated individuals are about 30 percent more likely to suffer a stroke or heart attack — death from either. Scientists at the University of California, San Diego also identified a lack of information on interventions that may …

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