Day: October 4, 2020

How 305 Fitness Founder Sadie Kurzban Is Pivoting Her Business Model Amid Covid-19 Closures

While hundreds of New York’s boutique fitness studios are still fighting to reopen, one company is resolute to remain shut through the rest of 2020.

“There’s no break even in sight,” says Sadie Kurzban, founder and CEO of 305 Fitness. “At this time, the team and I do not expect to reopen our studio locations before 2021.”

Since August 24, New York State has begun lifting restrictions to allow some gyms to operate at one-third capacity and under specific guidelines, including but not limited to requiring masks during class, upgrading HVAC systems, and allowing for 6-10 feet of social distance in class. Kurzban explains that in an average 305 studio, 10 feet of distance means reducing classes to less than 25% of a normal class size.


“As a

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Regenerative Medicine Market Size, Share to Grow Significantly Over 2020-2025 – Industry News

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Sep 17, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware According to Market Study Report, Has Added A New Report On Regenerative Medicine Market That Provides A Comprehensive Review Of This Industry With Respect To The Driving Forces Influencing The Market Size. Comprising The Current And Future Trends Defining The Dynamics Of This Industry Vertical, This Report Also Incorporates The Regional Landscape Of Regenerative Medicine Market In Tandem With Its Competitive Terrain.

The prevalence of diseases Alzheimera??s, diabetes and other chronic disorders is higher among the aging population across the globe. The incidence of diseases is getting increased day by day among the population. According to the Alzheimera??s Association, it is the 6th leading cause in the United States in 2020 and around 5 million individuals are living with Alzheimera??s. The use of regenerative medicine is getting popular

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Hoverboarding Dentist Receives 12-Year Prison Sentence for Fraud

An Alaskan dentist who was filmed riding a hoverboard while performing a patient’s procedure has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.

According to Anchorage Daily News, Seth Lookhart received his sentenced Monday, about eight months after he was convicted of 46 felony counts of Medicaid fraud as well as embezzlement, reckless endangerment, and illegal practice of dentistry. Lookhart gained national attention after he was seen in a video extracting a sedated patient’s tooth while on a hoverboard. The 2016 footage, which was taken by one of Lookhart’s employees, shows the dentist on the device as he quickly removes a tooth with forceps. He then rides the hoverboard into the hallway before raising his hands in the air. The video was reportedly taken without the patient’s consent.

ADN reports charges were filed against Lookhart in 2017, after his former employee told authorities he was increasing profits by using intravenous sedation

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Trump’s Doctor Says ‘We Are 72 Hours Into This Diagnosis,’ Evades Questions on President’s Fever

Drew Angerer/Getty Images President Donald Trump heads to Marine One outside the White House en route to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Friday night.

Hours after President Donald Trump was taken to the hospital on Friday, his physician has shared an update on Trump’s health since he tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Addressing reporters at Walter Reed hospital, where Trump is scheduled to remain under observation for several days, Dr. Sean Conley said the president is “doing very well.”

“As reported yesterday, in consultation with this group I recommended we bring the president up to Walter Reed as a precautionary measure to provide state of the art monitoring and any care he might need,” he said during the Saturday morning press conference. “At this time the team and I are extremely happy with the progress the president has made.” 

“The president’s been fever free for over

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