LOS ANGELES, Aug. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) challenges Americans to show their support for men affected by prostate cancer by taking a simple challenge to eat 30 healthy foods during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in September. Actor and PCF celebrity ambassador Harry Lennix joins PCF’s “Eat It to Beat It” campaign, a national effort to raise awareness about prostate cancer and show that making healthy lifestyle choices can have a meaningful impact in potentially reducing risk and improving outcomes.” data-reactid=”13″LOS ANGELES, Aug. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) challenges Americans
COVID-19 pandemic has brought a major change in everybody’s life. Those who are obsessed with workouts have no other option than to do their daily fitness exercises at home. Sometimes, this may seem boring and gradually demotivating. Working out at a gym is not at all similar to shedding sweat in one of the corners of your house. It doesn’t give you that much-needed vibe of keeping yourself fit and a sense of achievement. At home, there is an array of distractions that can make you skip certain exercises or avoid doing them perfectly. You must know that any mistake while doing exercise can cost too much by hampering your fitness progress. Here, we tell you about certain common mistakes that you could be doing during a workout at home.
Skipping Warm-up Sessions
Warm-up is extremely important to
A link has been established between a cluster of Covid-19 cases in Inverclyde and an earlier outbreak at a call centre in Lanarkshire.
NHS Greater Glasgow said 13 people had tested positive in the health board area, a rise of two since Thursday.
It also confirmed that one of those cases was linked to the Sitel call centre outbreak in Motherwell.
Staff at M&D Green Pharmacy in Port Glasgow have tested positive as well as a worker at Amazon’s Gourock site.
Some individuals visited a number of businesses in the Greater Glasgow area, and health officials have warned they may have been infectious at the time.
The businesses included The Botany bar and restaurant in Maryhill Road, Glasgow, and Sweeney’s Cruises in West Dunbartonshire, both on Sunday.
Individuals also visited The Queen of
Healthy eating will help to prevent, control, and possibly reverse diabetes. People with diabetes have a higher risk of heart disease and mental health disorders. Many cases of type 2 diabetes can be reversed. Trying to correct diabetes should have you eating a balanced diet that boosts energy and improves your mood.
To correct diabetes, one should pay attention to food choices, most notably, carbohydrates. By eating healthier, being physically active, and trying to lose weight, one can reduce the symptoms of diabetes or reverse it.
There are so many myths concerning diabetes that includes you: not eating carbohydrates at all, avoiding sugar at all costs, needing a special diabetic meal, needing to eat a high protein diet, and others. The principles of healthy eating applying to non-diabetic patients are the same with diabetic patients. You do not need to avoid your favorite treats as a person with diabetes. All … Read More
As cases of COVID-19 continue to spread around the world, Canadians seem to be increasingly concerned about their health and safety.
4,600 active cases of COVID-19 in Canada (with more than 121,000 diagnoses so far) and 9,000 deaths. Nearly 90 per cent of the country’s reported COVID-19 cases have recovered.” data-reactid=”27″Currently, there are more than 4,600 active cases of COVID-19 in Canada (with more than 121,000 diagnoses so far) and 9,000 deaths. Nearly 90 per cent of the country’s reported COVID-19 cases have recovered.
archive of events.” data-reactid=”29″For a full archive of the first month of the pandemic, please check our archive of events.
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August 13, 2020
Canton Leisure Services will kick off its outdoor programming lineup by offering an assortment of fitness classes starting August 17, 2020. Participants can choose from a variety of classes, including: Yoga; Cardio & Core; Zumba; Plyometric Sculpt; Total Body; Circuit Training; Bootcamp; Cycle; and more!
Each 55-minute class will be held at either the Heritage Park Amphitheater, located behind the Summit on the Park at 46000 Summit Parkway in Canton, MI, or the Summit on the Park Community Courtyard, located in the Summit’s west parking lot; weather permitting.
“We are thrilled to be able to provide some of our most popular fitness classes in an outdoor environment,” stated Health and Wellness Specialist Jennifer Franz. “All of these programs have been developed to allow for safe physical distancing, with smaller class sizes, and other important safety protocols which include equipment sanitizing procedures, and more.”
Fees are just $5
COVID-19: Vietnam registers 16 more cases, 16th fatality
Vietnam has recorded 16 new cases of community transmission, all closely linked to the current Da Nang coronavirus outbreak, and another COVID-19 death during the past 12 hours.
Ten cases have been confirmed in Da Nang city, the epicenter of the outbreak, four in Quang Nam and two in Quang Tri, the Ministry of Health said in its August 11 update at 18.00hrs.
Most of the new cases had close contact with and took care of COVID-19 patients in medical facilities.
Meanwhile, a 37-year-old patient, a resident of Quang Tri, died of severe pneumonia and COVID-19. He also suffered from diabetes (Type I) and heart failure, according to the Ministry of Health.
He tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus on August 9 after being admitted to the Quang Tri Tuberculosis and Lung Hospital for sampling.
He was receiving treatment of his illness
Friends & Family Community Connection, the Rancho Bernardo-based organization that coordinated and led charitable projects at the local, national and international level over the past 24 years, announced via email Friday it is disbanding.
“It has been a great run,” was the July 31 email’s subject line, followed by a “thank you” message for all those in the community who provided “faithful support.”
Per the email, director and founder Phil Harris had given the nonprofit organization his resignation the previous week and the board accepted it “effective immediately.” In addition to Harris no longer being involved with FFCC, the board “determined that the best course of action for FFCC is to begin winding down its operations.”
The organization’s website has been disabled. As of Tuesday night, there was no reply to phone messages left for Harris and longtime volunteer leaders of various FFCC projects. Also unanswered was an email to
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Beta-carotene is a type of carotenoid compound commonly found in algae and plants. It is widely known for its health benefits. A rich source of Vitamin A, beta-carotene protects the body from harmful free radicals, which are the key reason for skin degeneration and aging. Consumption of beta-carotene-containing foods can lower the chances of inflammation and oxidative stress in the body. Other benefits of beta-carotene include improved respiratory health, prevention of skin
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is moving to deny gyms and fitness centers the right to reopen despite a court order to the contrary.
In new legal briefs, the governor wants the state Court of Appeals to void Tuesday’s ruling by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Timothy Thomason ordering him to provide them a chance to prove they can operate safely. Ducey is arguing that forcing the state to let gyms reopen before he and health officials believe it is appropriate could result in “death, serious physical illness, and a lack of hospital beds.”
And if that message is lost on the appellate judges, the private attorneys hired by the governor warned of dire consequences if they do