What Can Be Done To Reduce Belly Fat?

“How can I lose fat in my belly?” There have been over two million searches on this topic on Google alone over the last few years. This is a hot subject that goes beyond trying to make the appearance better. A larger measurement of the waist can mean you have excess visceral fat. Such fats reside around internal organs such as the liver and pancreas, and are widely known as ‘belly fat.’

If you are overweight, there are many severe health issues associated with carrying more fat around your belly. These include bowel cancer, high blood pressure, stroke, insulin resistance, sleep apnoea, type 2 diabetes, heart, and circulatory problems.

How to Reduce Belly Fat

·        Burn More Calories

If your belly fat must reduce, you will need to burn more calories (energy) than you consume and eat the right kinds of food. Below are some ideas about what to eat … Read More

What are the side effects of Laser hair removal?

Laser hair removal is a favorite with folks wanting a way to remove hair which is much more permanent than other procedures. Using lasers to remove hair works by preventing the hair follicles by developing new hairs.

Before focusing on the treatment, however, individuals should make themselves aware of any unwanted effects of laser hair removal, in addition to some myths which surround the procedure.

For many folks, laser hair removal is a safe method to eliminate hair from unwanted areas permanently or for long intervals.

 

Side effects of Laser Hair removal

A couple different side effects may arise after laser epilation. Most side effects are temporary and minor. Anyone undergoing lasting side effects need to speak to their dermatologist.

 

Redness and irritation

Laser hair removal hurts the pores of the hairs that are targeted. The body responds to this, and lots of men and women experience redness … Read More

Gareth Southgate confirms Harry Kane fitness boost as Tottenham vs West Ham looms: ‘He’s not injured’



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Tottenham fans were left breathing a sigh of relief ahead of the upcoming London derby against West Ham after England boss Gareth Southgate allayed injury concerns regarding Harry Kane.

Kane was expected to return to lead the Three Lions in Sunday’s high-profile Uefa Nations League fixture against Belgium, having been rested for Thursday’s 3-0 friendly victory over Wales at Wembley.

However, reports on Sunday morning suggested that the Spurs talisman was a major doubt for the match having picked up a muscle injury in training.

That inevitably provoked fears that Kane could miss Tottenham’s home Premier League clash against rivals West Ham on Sunday (October 18).

However, Kane was subsequently named on the bench for England against Belgium, with Southgate downplaying his issue as muscle fatigue and suggesting that he could play some part in the fixture if required.

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How to use hemp seed oil for skin?

By now, we have all heard that essential oils are an essential part of our regular life if we would like to maintain our skin in tip-top form. Clear skin, a more glowing complexion, evened-out discoloration–there are a great deal of advantages to integrating an oil or 2 into our daily skincare.

From coconut oil to Moroccan oil, it appears that we have heard ad nauseum about each oil we desire –till today. Permit us to present you to another”It” oil in skin care: hemp seed oil.

 

What’s Hemp Seed Oil?

Hemp seed oil–not to be mistaken with hemp oil, and it can be a blanket term for many oils which come from hemp and may incorporate cannabidiol (CBD) oil–is made from only hemp seeds. Cbd hemp flower oil, consequently, consists of leaves, stalks, and flowers of berry (and occasionally seeds too ).

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Members of Catch-22 dragon boat team build fitness, community after breast cancer diagnosis

“You should try dragon boating.” That’s what Britten Witherspoon, 43, kept hearing from other members of her support group for young breast cancer survivors.

Witherspoon wanted to be active again, but even after months of physical therapy, she couldn’t do the pushups and other exercises she used to.

“Chemo was hard on my heart and lungs,” Witherspoon said. Surgeries to remove and reconstruct her breasts limited her range of motion.

With two kids, Witherspoon couldn’t see herself making the commute from her Camas home to Portland for practices with the dragon boat team there.

Then the Pink Lemonade Project, a Vancouver-based nonprofit supporting those affected by breast cancer, put her in touch with Catch-22, a Clark County dragon boat team. She joined right away — even though the coronavirus pandemic kept the team from climbing into a boat together to practice on Vancouver Lake this summer.

Witherspoon has managed to

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Regenerative Medicine Market Remarkable Impact on Advancement, Size, Type and Share|Organogenesis Inc, Osiris Therapeutics Inc, Pfizer Inc

Pune, Maharashtra, India, September 28 2020 (Wiredrelease) MarketResearch.Biz –:The recent report posted via MarketResearch.Biz on Regenerative Medicine market offers critical market insights in conjunction with targeted segmentation evaluation. The report examines key using elements which might be anticipated to drive the increase of the market.

Global Regenerative Medicine Market Research Report offers crucial data on numerous market situations, for example, ability improvement elements, elements controlling the advancement, market possibilities, and risks to the global market. Also, the report widely facilities round competitive evaluation of Regenerative Medicine Market. The competitive evaluation section includes key producers, recent players, providers, market strategies, ability chances, operation panorama, and evaluation of the traits of the Regenerative Medicine market. The market consequences are targeted by round the present market scenario. To gauge and expect the competitive scenario on this market. This report will likewise assist all of the producers and speculators to have an advanced comprehension

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Jose Mourinho fears for Harry Kane’s fitness amid thigh injury



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Tottenham fear Harry Kane will aggravate his thigh injury if England manager Gareth Southgate sticks with a plan to start his captain against Denmark.

Southgate will put himself on a collision course with Spurs boss Jose Mourinho if Kane suffers any ill-effects on Wednesday night. The England boss has already risked angering the Portuguese boss by introducing Kane for the final 25 minutes of the 2-1 win over Belgium on Sunday. 

Speaking after the match, Southgate tried to head off any controversy by insisting Kane was only suffering from muscle fatigue.



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Tottenham fear Harry Kane will aggravate his thigh injury if he starts against Denmark



a man wearing a suit and tie: England boss Gareth Southgate plans to start Kane after risking him for 25 minutes vs Belgium


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England boss Gareth Southgate plans to start Kane after risking him for 25 minutes vs Belgium

However, Sportsmail understands Kane carried a thigh problem into the current set

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Alfardan Group and Northwestern Medicine open new healthcare facility at Lusail City

Alfardan Group in partnership with Northwestern Medicine, has ventured into the medical sector in the country with the opening of Alfardan Medical with Northwestern Medicine (AMNM), a patient-centric, ambulatory care centre at Lusail City.

The details of the new centre were announced at a webinar on Sunday, attended by officials of Alfardan Group as well as Northwestern Medicine.

Omar Hussain Alfardan, president and CEO of Alfardan Group; Dr Jessica Adam, chief medical officer of AMNM; Dr Daniel Derman from Northwestern Medicine and other officials took part in the webinar.

AMNM is the result of an international collaboration between Alfardan Group and US-based Northwestern Medicine. At AMNM’s state-of-the-art treatment facilities, service excellence, combined with advanced patient-centric care, is provided by a multinational medical team with top US medical talent making up a large proportion of the centre’s staff.

Omar Alfardan said: “The co-operation between us and Northwestern Medicine is built on

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Meet the Hawaiian cleaner wrasse “the fish dentist”

Do you know that the fish here in Hawai‘i go to the dentist on a regular basis to have their teeth cleaned? From large sharks to young yellow tangs, they all get free dental work, but they must go to the dentist’s office. We call their office a “cleaning station,” and the dentist is a Hawaiian cleaner wrasse.

This small, colorful fish has a territory on the reef, and when it is ready for clients it darts above the reef back and forth, flashing its bright colors. Most divers have seen this fish due to its bright-yellow, blue and purple color, but few people actually know much about the cleaner wrasse. Sometimes there will be two to three cleaner wrasse above one coral outcropping and 10 to 15 much-larger fish waiting in line to have their teeth cleaned. When the larger fish want a cleaning, they remain still right above

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8 new COVID-19 deaths, 1,276 new cases in Minn.; state unveils new hospital data

A revised dashboard with a daily count of COVID-19 hospitalizations in Minnesota was unveiled Thursday to inform hospital leaders about bed availability and the public about the spread of the coronavirus behind the pandemic.

The dashboard showed on Thursday that 139 patients with COVID-19 were in intensive care units in Minnesota hospitals and another 939 patients with non-COVID medical problems were in ICU beds in the state. Another 318 patients with COVID-19 are in non-ICU beds in Minnesota hospitals and 6,639 patients are admitted to such beds for other medical needs.

Hospital leaders said they were blindsided last month when the Minnesota Department of Health removed similar data from its COVID-19 situation page, which they used to assess local beds and staffing needs. They welcomed the new dashboard information.

“It is important that we have a line of sight into what is occurring throughout the state, regionally and on a

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Dentist who yanked patient’s tooth out while on hoverboard jailed

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A rogue dentist who was filmed extracting a patient’s tooth while riding a hoverboard has been jailed for 12 years for dangerous dentistry.

Seth Lockhart shot to notoriety after he was filmed pulling the tooth from unconscious patient Veronica Wilhelm while riding the gadget, and was jailed in Anchorage, Alaska, on Monday for crimes including knocking patients out without receiving adequate training – or their consent.

Judge Michael Wolverton said: ‘Lookhart almost killed many patients by performing anesthesia thousands of times without training or consent, on patients outside his scope of training and expertise, while stealing money from Medicaid and embezzling from his bosses.’

Lockhart let his office manager Shauna Cranford – who was in on the fraud – extract a patient’s tooth despite her not having any dental training.

Disgraced dentist Seth Lockhart – who was once filmed extracting a patient’s tooth
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How to treat Epilepsy with CBD Oil?

Galveston resident Trysten Pearson, who has epilepsy, experienced his first sin in 2013 when he was 12 years old. But last summer, his mum Shena Pearson clarified, his condition started to deteriorate immediately.

Despite carrying a ton of drugs, despite owning a device implanted beneath the skin of his torso that sends electric impulses to his mind to decrease the quantity and seriousness of his seizures, Trysten’s symptoms prevailed.

He felt dizzy and he would vomit every couple of days. Since exercise triggered his seizures, his college stopped permitting him to take part in physical education, resulting in weight gain. His grades were falling and his memory was fading, also.

“Due to those horrible seizures, even once I show him photographs from when he was younger, his memory is totally dropped,” Shena clarified. He states,’It is unfair to me that my background is gone. ”’

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Jim Cramer: Don’t Buy Regeneron Off of Its EUA Application With the FDA

Regeneron’s  (REGN) – Get Report monoclonal antibody treatment has been praised by President Donald Trump who took the treatment after he tested positive for the coronavirus and tweeted about it last week.

Regeneron now says that it will seek emergency use authorization from the Food & Drug Administration.

Regeneron said its REGN-COV2 treatment, a combination of two monoclonal antibodies, is designed to prevent the infectivity of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The group has around 50,000 doses available for public use and said it would have doses available for “300,000 patients in total within the next few months” if the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) is approved.

President Trump was injected with the treatment last week, according to his physicians, and he claimed in a video released late Wednesday to “feel good immediately” and suggested that “it just me me better. I call that a cure.”

Regeneron’s REGN-COV2,

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Pelosi unveils 25th Amendment bid, questions Trump’s fitness to serve after COVID diagnosis

WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled legislation Friday that would allow Congress to intervene under the 25th Amendment to the Constitution to remove the president, insisting it’s not about President Donald Trump but inspired by the need for greater congressional oversight of his White House.

Pelosi has been raising questions about Trump’s mental fitness since his COVID-19 diagnosis and demanding more transparency about his health. The bill would set up a commission to assess the president’s ability to lead the country and ensure a continuity of government. It comes one year after Pelosi’s House launched impeachment proceedings against Trump.

“This is not about President Donald Trump — he will face the judgment of the voters,” Pelosi said at a press conference at the Capitol.

Just weeks before the Nov. 3 election, with no hopes of the bill becoming law, the rollout was quickly dismissed as a stunt by Trump’s

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Nebraska Medicine dealing with ‘security incident’ affecting IT systems

Nebraska Medicine continues to grapple with ‘security incident’ affecting IT systems


Officials said Monday that Nebraska Medicine was working to deal with a “security incident.”As of Tuesday afternoon, no fix had been made.”Nebraska Medicine is currently addressing a security incident affecting some of our IT systems. Our IT team is working tirelessly to restore the impacted systems and bring them back online, and we have engaged leading independent technical experts to support our efforts,” Taylor Wilson, Media Relations for Nebraska Medicine, said.Officials said alternative procedures are being used to minimize patient disruption.

Officials said Monday that Nebraska Medicine was working to deal with a “security incident.”

As of Tuesday afternoon, no fix had been made.

“Nebraska Medicine is currently addressing a security incident affecting some of our IT systems. Our IT team is working tirelessly to restore the impacted systems

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Hoverboard-riding dentist sentenced to 12 years for Medicaid fraud

An Anchorage dentist captured on video extracting a patient’s tooth as he rode a hoverboard was sentenced to 12 years for Medicaid fraud and other crimes.

Seth Lookhart’s antics “darn near killed some people,” Alaska Superior Court Judge Michael Wolverton said at sentencing Monday.

“And then, after that,” the judge said, “you bragged about it in your texts.”

The 2016 hoverboard stunt, which took place as Lookhart performed a tooth extraction on a sedated patient, preceded a wider probe of his practices.

Related video: How dentists aim to keep patients healthy and prevent COVID spread

Wolverton on Monday quoted that patient’s testimony from December: “What you did was outrageous, narcissistic and crazy,” Veronica Wilhelm told the court.

The 35-year-old dentist was convicted in January of more than 40 counts, including “unlawful dental acts,” reckless endangerment and Medicaid fraud.

Evidence presented at trial showed other patients were left unattended while sedated,

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Fauci warns of 300,000 to 400,000 coronavirus deaths

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, warned this week that the nation could see a surge of coronavirus cases and deaths in the coming months.

“The models tell us if we don’t do what we need to in the fall and winter, we could have 300,000-400,000 COVID-19 deaths,” Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said in a virtual event Tuesday, according to a tweet by The American University in Washington.

“We’re facing a resurgence of the wave we began with,” he said.

Fauci made the remarks during a wide-ranging conversation with Sylvia Burwell, president of the university, during a Zoom livestream event for students and their families during virtual Family Week, the university said in a statement.

“The big topic that we’re all discussing right now is that we’re now at the point where we’re going to be entering into the fall

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Virtual nat’l athletic fitness championship gives athletes a chance to flex muscles during the lockdown



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Among girls, national level gymnast Shraddha Talekar from Raigad clinched the top position. (HT PHOTO)

The lockdown necessitated due to the Covid-19 pandemic, social distancing norms and other restrictions have forced athletes to stay away from sports facilities. In order to infuse energy into the dull routine of players, the directorate of sports and youth services of Maharashtra organised a virtual national level athletics fitness championship.

It turned out to be a very good initiative as 2,500 persons from across the country participated in the championship. Since it was an open championship along with athletes, schoolchildren, and people from other professions also participated in it.

“Government of India has started the Fit India Movement after which between August 15 and October 2, the Fit India Freedom run was launched. Both of these activities were based on the willingness of the people. On the same lines,

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Nebraska Medicine says normal operations should resume ‘in days’ after cyberattack | Local News

The statement did not include any further information about the attack’s nature, extent or origins .

Officials noted in the statement that attacks on health care organizations are “rapidly increasing, and we are constantly assessing our security measures to help prevent cyber security incidents.”

With the advent of electronic health records, health systems collect and store a significant amount of information about patients.

Other hospital systems have had to deal with computer security problems. In February 2019, a device brought into a CHI Health location by a third-party vendor introduced a virus, also known as malware, into the health system’s network.

In 2018, Anthem Inc., the nation’s second-largest health insurer, agreed to pay the federal government what was then a record $16 million to settle potential privacy violations in what was labeled at the time as the biggest known health care hack in U.S. history, the Associated Press reported.

The

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Dentist recorded extracting tooth while on hoverboard gets 12 years behind bars

An Alaska dentist who was recorded extracting a patient’s tooth while riding a hoverboard has been sentenced to more than a decade behind bars.



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Alaska dentist Seth Lookhart, pictured, is on trial after allegedly riding a hoverboard while extracting a sedated patient’s tooth.

Seth Lookhart was sentenced to 12 years in prison on Monday in Anchorage Superior Court on dozens of charges, including Medicaid fraud, reckless endangerment and unlawful dental acts, the Anchorage Daily News reported. What’s more, the ex-dentist will not be allowed to practice medicine during his 10-year probation period after his eventual release.

“In reviewing all this over and over again, I have this visceral response — you darn near killed some people,” Judge Michael Wolverton said.

The 2016 hoverboard cellphone video — which shows Lookhart doing dental work on a sedated patient before zipping down the hall in

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