11 Diabetes Dos: Your Type 2 Checklist

Anthony Pick, MD, CDCES, an endocrinologist and certified diabetes care and education specialist, Lake Forest, IL. American Diabetes Association, Diabetes Advisor: “Eye Exams for People with Diabetes,” “Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2020,” “Preventive Footcare in Diabetes.” American Heart Association: “American Heart Association Recommendations for Physical Activity in Kids and Adults,” “Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes.”

This Is How Pro Mountain Biker James Farrar Is Dealing With COVID-19 Shutdown

Live To Ride is back with a new weekly series titled the “Corona Coaster,” a look at how professional mountain bikers in the UK are dealing with a season put on hold due to COVID-19. This first episode is with Canyon Collective rider James Farrar, who in his own words… “I just like to put

Virus cases down to 5,600 a day, household survey suggests

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Swab tests are used to look for the presence of the virus The number of people infected with coronavirus in homes in England has fallen to 5,600 a day, from 8,000 last week, statisticians suggest. The estimate is based on swab tests of 19,000 people in 9,000 households by

Trump Obese But Healthy, His Doctor Says

June 4, 2020 — Despite being obese, President Donald Trump is in good health, White House physician Sean Conley said Wednesday, Bloomberg News reported. “Based on my history, examination and consultations, the data indicates the president remains healthy,” Conley said in a memo released to reporters. According to Conley, Trump weighs 244 pounds.

The doctor will “see” you now: Teledermatology in the era of COVID-19 – Harvard Health Blog

The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed healthcare delivery across the world. Headlines about shortages of lifesaving resources and personal protective equipment have dominated our attention. But patients and doctors are also facing quieter challenges. Social distancing measures and concerns about transmission of the virus have significantly reduced the number of patients coming into hospitals and doctors’

Coronavirus: How the UK is sleeping under lockdown

Image copyright Getty Images A survey suggests more than half the UK population has struggled with sleep during the lockdown. Sleep problems were more common in people facing financial hardship, while two in five reported having more vivid dreams than usual. And some people, particularly the young, slept for longer than usual, but without feeling

What Happens to Your Body When You Train in Hot-Weather Conditions?

It’s 90 degrees and humid outside. The last thing you want to do is workout in the heat—but did you know that training in the heat could actually work to your advantage? I had the opportunity to visit the Mission Heat Lab at the University of Connecticut campus in Storrs, CT. In the lab is

Easing stress and seeking normalcy in traumatic times – Harvard Health Blog

For most Americans, 2020 has already been a rough year — and it’s not even half over. A pandemic, natural disasters, economic decline, and, for many, the loss of a job have taken a toll on their mental health. “Stress is particularly acute when you’re experiencing a situation that is outside of your control,” says

Live Out Loud with Brooke Thomas – Natalie Jill Fitness

01 Jun Live Out Loud with Brooke Thomas Posted at 04:30h in Podcast by Natalie Jill Live Out Loud with Brooke Thomas At the young age of 26, a pregnant Brooke Thomas was diagnosed with stage 3 Melanoma! She was told to have an abortion and start chemotherapy. Brooke did not listen and her

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