‘The joys of walking’: Pro-pedestrian groups hope increase in strolling will last beyond pandemic

Pro-walking groups are encouraged that people have embraced strolling as a way to get out of the house while social distancing and hope that some of the changes along city streets will prove to be permanent. Apple’s Mobility Trends shows that the number of people walking has risen since the initial shutdown from the pandemic… Read More »

Coronavirus: GPs not told when patients removed from ‘shielding lists’

Some extremely vulnerable people have been removed from shielding lists via text message, without the knowledge of their GP. This has caused confusion, with charities demanding clearer guidance for this group as lockdown eases. GPs say they should be notified when their patients are added or removed from the lists. Shielding has now been extended… Read More »

Fat burning foods to eat

eat Tuna fat is high in protein and low in fat a good way for a satisfying meal and. Coffee contains several active biological burning that affect metabolism in making foods the perfect choice a fast belly-fat burner. When it comes to berries, the deeper the color, the more antioxidants they contain to break down… Read More »

How much flu vaccine

Advances in vaccine production technologies for example, cell-based and recombinant technology and advanced molecular techniques are being explored as ways to improve flu vaccine effectiveness. Please arrive 5 minutes prior to your appointment and be aware you will need to remain in store for a further 15 minute observation period in the unlikely event of… Read More »

CDC quietly revises coronavirus warnings on reopening religious sites, adds First Amendment note

U.S. President Donald Trump gives the podium to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Director Robert Redfield to address the daily coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak task force briefing at the White House in Washington, U.S. April 22, 2020. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has quietly removed some of its warnings… Read More »

Why athletes use diuretics

British Broadcasting Corporation Home. Some of these drugs are banned by law and some are legally available on prescription, but they are all prohibited by sporting regulations. When we use the word ‘illegal’, we mean it in this sense. The name of this process is slightly misleading: it should not be confused with ‘doping’ in… Read More »