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How to combat weight gain during the pandemic (beyond diet and exercise) How to combat weight gain during the pandemic (beyond diet and exercise)

How to combat weight gain during the pandemic (beyond diet and exercise)

By 4 months ago

(CNN)Quarantine life is challenging, to say the least, and all of us are struggling mentally, emotionally and physically. And no one would blame you for being tempted to abandon your diet and exercise plan and reach for the tub of ice cream while binge-watchi…

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Stuart Armstrong ‘excited’ by ‘Scottish element’ in England Stuart Armstrong ‘excited’ by ‘Scottish element’ in England

Stuart Armstrong ‘excited’ by ‘Scottish element’ in England

By 4 months ago

Media playback is not supported on this device FA Cup: Chelsea starlet Billy Gilmour draws praise from Match of the Day punditsEngland’s Premier League has a “very exciting Scottish element” emerging, says Southampton’s Stuart Armstrong.The midfielder had become a regular in the division before the season was halted, while Scotland captain Andy Robertson is a…

Coronavirus could be tied to a rare but serious illness in children, UK doctors say Coronavirus could be tied to a rare but serious illness in children, UK doctors say

Coronavirus could be tied to a rare but serious illness in children, UK doctors say

By 4 months ago

London (CNN)A small but rising number of children are becoming ill with a rare syndrome that could be linked to coronavirus, with reported cases showing symptoms of abdominal pain, gastrointestinal symptoms and cardiac inflammation, UK health care bosses and …

Coronavirus: Five firms seeing sales boom in the lockdown Coronavirus: Five firms seeing sales boom in the lockdown

Coronavirus: Five firms seeing sales boom in the lockdown

By 4 months ago

Image copyright AFP Image caption People sharing a drink with friends on video calls have given wine sellers a new opportunity For many businesses, coronavirus is the toughest problem they’ve ever had to face.With their customers under lockdown, shops shuttered, cashflow drying up and their staff on furlough, they wonder how they’re going to survive.But…

South Korea says ‘no unusual signs’ detected about Kim Jong Un’s health South Korea says ‘no unusual signs’ detected about Kim Jong Un’s health

South Korea says ‘no unusual signs’ detected about Kim Jong Un’s health

By 4 months ago

Seoul (CNN)South Korea says it can’t corroborate reports that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is gravely ill, with an official in the presidential office saying Seoul believes he is with officials traveling outside the capital, Pyongyang. The official said …

Coronavirus: Should I start taking vitamin D? Coronavirus: Should I start taking vitamin D?

Coronavirus: Should I start taking vitamin D?

By 4 months ago

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Vitamin D supplements are recommended by public health officials during the lockdown Public Health England is recommending people consider taking daily vitamin D supplements throughout the spring and summer as the coronavirus lockdown continues. Normally, many of us get enough of it by spending time outdoors. Our skin makes…

A safer way to get America back to work A safer way to get America back to work

A safer way to get America back to work

By 4 months ago

Eric Schulze, MD, PhD is the chief executive officer of Lifetrack Medical Systems (LMS), a medical software and health tech company. Madhu Vijayan is the president of Calibrated Healthcare Network, a health-care information services company that focuses on th…

What exactly are ‘underlying conditions?’ And why people with them may experience more serious illness from coronavirus What exactly are ‘underlying conditions?’ And why people with them may experience more serious illness from coronavirus

What exactly are ‘underlying conditions?’ And why people with them may experience more serious illness from coronavirus

By 4 months ago

(CNN)We’ve heard that elderly people and those with underlying health conditions are most at risk if they’re infected with coronavirus, but those can seem like really general terms. Who does that include? And why can they face more serious illness? “Accordi…

Court vacates Trump’s rollback of school nutrition rules

By 4 months ago

After making a brief comeback on school lunch menus, refined grains may be vanishing again once classes resume after the coronavirus pandemicBy CANDICE CHOI AP Food & Health WriterApril 15, 2020, 4:30 AM3 min readNEW YORK — After making a brief comeback on school lunch menus, white bread and other refined grains may be vanishing…

Hospitals in minority communities have long struggled — and then came Covid-19 Hospitals in minority communities have long struggled — and then came Covid-19

Hospitals in minority communities have long struggled — and then came Covid-19

By 4 months ago

Chicago (CNN)Sarah Kiehl held her cellphone facing a coronavirus patient in Truman Medical Center’s intensive care unit so the man’s family members could pray over him in Spanish as he lay unconscious and intubated, clinging to life. “It was beautiful and tr…

Coronavirus ravages storied New Orleans Mardi Gras group

By 4 months ago

NEW ORLEANS — On Fat Tuesday, 51-year-old Cornell Charles was taking part in a storied New Orleans Mardi Gras tradition central to the city’s African American community — driving a car in the Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club’s parade. A month later his wife of three decades was watching him take his last breath,…

Virology in the time of coronavirus: What a difference a month makes — and the most important questions we still need to answer Virology in the time of coronavirus: What a difference a month makes — and the most important questions we still need to answer

Virology in the time of coronavirus: What a difference a month makes — and the most important questions we still need to answer

By 4 months ago

(CNN)A month ago, I detailed 19 critical gaps in our knowledge of how we can best respond to the Covid-19 pandemic. This past month, we have learned an amazing amount and have made progress answering 13 of these important questions. We urgently need answers t…

Researchers Made A Model Of What A Gaming Addict May Look Like In The Future Researchers Made A Model Of What A Gaming Addict May Look Like In The Future

Researchers Made A Model Of What A Gaming Addict May Look Like In The Future

By 4 months ago

The model shows indentation in the skull due to pressure from the extended use of headphones, bald patches due to lack of sunlight and vitamin D, dark eye circles and bloodshot eyes from excessive screen time, hairy ears from a lack of air circulation, a hunched back from poor posture, and rounded shoulders caused by…

‘The Fastest Shedder,’ the reality show fighting obesity in Nigeria ‘The Fastest Shedder,’ the reality show fighting obesity in Nigeria

‘The Fastest Shedder,’ the reality show fighting obesity in Nigeria

By 4 months ago

Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Fitness trainer and healthy lifestyle enthusiast, Seyi Olusore is helping people keep fit and lose weight through his show — the ‘Fastest Shedder.’ The show, which started in 2015, is Nigeria’s first weight-loss reality show and is model…

Coronavirus: What is intensive care and which patients need it? Coronavirus: What is intensive care and which patients need it?

Coronavirus: What is intensive care and which patients need it?

By 4 months ago

Image copyright Science Photo Library Prime Minister Boris Johnson is now being treated in the intensive care unit (ICU) at St Thomas’ hospital in London. Downing Street says it is a precaution, on the recommendation of his doctors, should he need more complex care. What is intensive care?ICUs are specialist wards set up to provide…

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