I Exercised 6 Times A Week For Two Months — Here’s What I Learned.

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Source:https://medium.com/ By Natalie Gil Flashback to freezing early last year, and you can imagine how unenthusiastic I was to embark on an eight-week fitness challenge that promised to upend my entire routine. The Deliveroos and Sunday night sofa sessions with three varieties of Lindt that I was using to self-medicate throughout winter were about to be […]

How Japanese People Stay Fit for Life, Without Ever Visiting a Gym.

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Source: https://kokumura.medium.com/ By: Kaki Okumura Illustrations by Kaki Okumura For people stressed or intimidated by fitness culture. In the United States, I’m often bombarded with images and ads of fitness culture. Athleisure is the craze, and it seems that the majority of people are members of gyms like Anytime Fitness, 24 Hour Fitness, or LA […]

The 10 deadliest pandemics of the past.

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10th – Antonina Plague (165–180) Surprisingly, and although we did not find out, this was one of the deadliest pandemics in history, as well as one of the oldest. Antonina’s plague occurred in 165-180 and she was able to take the lives of some five million people in Europe. Its spread began with the Romans, […]

A 105 Year-Old Japanese Doctor’s Guide to Living Longer

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Purpose is the key to a long life. Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara was a Japanese physician who gained much insight into his favourite question; what makes people live longer? He clearly practiced what he preached — he worked as a doctor until a few months before his death, at 105 years old. His wisdom for longer […]

CDC Says To Have These Three Items With You When Out In Public.

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As states across the nation continue to ease coronavirus-induced lock-down restrictions, more and more Americans are venturing out of the safety of their homes. But meeting up with friends or family, going to the office, and carrying on with daily life overall will look much different as the novel disease still presents a risk. The […]

The Quarantine 15.

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Life in lockdown has disrupted all of our lives, creating the perfect storm for putting on pounds. While social media users jokingly refer to it as the “Quarantine 15,” Rae Brager estimates she’s gained about 8 pounds since her quarantine started. “When this all started, I thought, ‘Oh, maybe I’d better get some junk food […]

7 Predictions for a Post-Coronavirus World.

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Remote work, automation, and telemedicine could soon become the new normal. The coronavirus pandemic will be remembered as a world-reordering event. Like the Great Depression, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the 2008 global financial crisis, it will accelerate social and economic changes that would otherwise have taken years to materialize. However long it […]

Who Is Really Behind COVID-19?

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By: Michael Laitman Source: https://medium.com/ Apprehension and uncertainty over the coronavirus have triggered a situation as contagious and widespread as the pandemic: conspiracy theories. Since the surge of the global disease that has virtually paralyzed the planet, the blame game started between countries while people speculate about the origin of the crisis as a hidden and Machiavellian […]

How to eat healthy when you work from home – breakfast, lunch and snacks.

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Source: https://www.peopleperhour.com/ Healthy eating as a freelancer is easier said than done. Yes you work from home so technically you have the advantage of a kitchen, but that’s just one part of the puzzle. Eating well requires preparation and routine. When a deadline is looming, eating kale isn’t exactly top of the priority list. We […]

Can Coronavirus Be Spread By Breathing?

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Source https://www.allaboutarizonanews.com/c From the start of the coronavirus outbreak, experts warned the illness was spread when an infected person expelled respiratory droplets while coughing or sneezing. But new research provided to the White House this week in a letter suggests it’s possible the pathogen could also be transmitted when someone who has COVID-19 simply breathes […]