Month: August 2021

Safe activities to do if you’re fully vaccinated, according to Dr. Wen

There are many people who are fully vaccinated and want to be responsible members of society. They are wondering, what can and should they continue to do? What about getting together with friends, dining indoors, and going to the gym? Can vaccinated grandparents still get together with their unvaccinated grandchildren?

To help answer these questions, we spoke with CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen. Wen is an emergency physician and visiting professor of health policy and management at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. She’s also author of a new book, “Lifelines: A Doctor’s Journey
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Minnesota DNR releases details on mandatory testing in chronic wasting disease zones this season

During the opening weekends of both firearms A and B seasons (Nov. 6-7 and Nov. 20-21, respectively), any deer 1 year or older that is harvested from a DPA in one of the CWD zones must be submitted for testing. The exceptions are DPAs 213 and 273, which are part of a risk-based surveillance program and will accept voluntary sample submissions until goal is reached.

Outside of opening weekend, voluntary submissions for deer harvested in any CWD management or control zone will be accepted at self-service stations throughout the hunting season, starting with the opening of archery season on Saturday,

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Five core exercises you can do with your foam roller

Your foam roller is an important tool for your recovery, but it can also be used for rolling out your muscles post-run, and for activating your muscles pre-run.

Did you know that using a foam roller for strength workouts can help you build core strength? The foam roller creates an unstable environment, requiring your body to use additional core stabilizer muscles to stay balanced during exercises. The more muscles you use, the more calories you burn.

RELATED: Strength training: how much time do you really need to spend in the gym?

Here are five core exercises you can do with

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Huntsville City Schools Child Nutrition Program Managers begging for staffing help

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Some Huntsville City Schools employees say they are just plain fed up and are threatening to even walk off the job. They say they’re being overworked for too little pay and took those concerns directly to district leadership.

Child Nutrition Program Managers with Huntsville City Schools say the pandemic is not to blame here because they’ve been promised more help is on the way for years. They say school leaders don’t understand how important their jobs truly are.

”We all just want to be equal in this. Treat us like we are equal and not in

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Bradley Cooper looks handsome as ever as he heads to a yoga class in Santa Monica

Bradley Cooper looks handsome as ever as he heads to a yoga class in Santa Monica

He’s a huge fan of yoga.

And Bradley Cooper was sporty and comfortable as he headed off for a stretch session in Santa Monica on Monday.

The 46-year-old actor looked low-key wearing his One Tribe Foundation t-shirt along with darker grey jogger sweatpants.

Casual and comfy: Bradley Cooper rocked a sporty and comfortable look as he headed to a yoga session in Santa

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CDC’s ‘inclusive’ language guide discourages saying ‘alcoholic,’ ‘smoker,’ ‘uninsured,’ ‘elderly’

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a guide to “inclusive language” in order to promote “health equity” and “inclusive communication.”

“Language in communication products should reflect and speak to the needs of people in the audience of focus.,” the CDC guide reads.

The guide has multiple sections with suggestions for more inclusive language, including a section dedicated to “Corrections & Detentions” that suggests replacing terms such as “Inmate,” “Prisoner,” “Convict/ex-convict,” and “Criminal” with terms such as “People/persons,” “Persons in pre-trial or with charge,” “Persons on parole or probation,” or “People in immigration detention facilities.”


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How fructose in the diet contributes to obesity — ScienceDaily

Eating fructose appears to alter cells in the digestive tract in a way that enables it to take in more nutrients, according to a preclinical study from investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian. These changes could help to explain the well-known link between rising fructose consumption around the world and increased rates of obesity and certain cancers.

The research, published August 18 in Nature, focused on the effect of a high-fructose diet on villi, the thin, hairlike structures that line the inside of the small intestine. Villi expand the surface area of the gut and help the body

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Borno State Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR) Nigeria Emergency Response W32 2021 (Aug 09-Aug 15) – Nigeria

Borno State Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR) Nigeria Emergency Response W32 2021 (Aug 09-Aug 15) – Nigeria | ReliefWeb

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Chinese regulators to exercise more control over algorithms

BEIJING (AP) — Chinese regulators will exercise greater control over the algorithms used by Chinese technology firms to personalize and recommend content, the latest move in a regulation spree across the internet sector.

China’s internet watchdog, the Cyberspace Administration of China, on Friday released a draft proposal of “algorithm recommendation management regulations” aimed at managing how technology companies use algorithms when providing services to consumers.

The move expands the crackdown on the internet sector in China, as regulators seek to strengthen data privacy and consumer rights and curtail anti-competitive practices in order to curb the outsized influence of technology companies.

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6 Radish Nutrition and Health Benefits

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