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Thе Kеtо dіеt іѕ a vеrу successful wеіght-lоѕѕ рrоgrаm. It utіlіzеѕ hіgh fаt and low саrbоhуdrаtе ingredients іn order to burn fat іnѕtеаd оf glucose. Many реорlе are fаmіlіаr wіth thе Atkіnѕ diet, but thе kеtо рlаn restricts саrbѕ еvеn…
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“I was having some pain,” she said. “With the pandemic I said, ‘I’ll just have to wait until everything’s over.'”
That Sunday, though, the pain became extreme. When she found a dentist who could see her, she learned she needed an emergency root canal.
That’s because dental work could place dentists and dental hygienists at risk for Covid-19 infection, according to the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
The Small Animal Hospital at the MU Veterinary Health Center offers all levels of patient care, including community practice and specialty care. Our community practice cares for pets in the mid-Missouri region both when they are well (vaccinations, parasite prevention, spay/neuter services) and when they have routine illnesses and injuries. We offer emergency care for animals with sudden or severe injury and illness 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Our specialty care is provided by a wide range of board-certified veterinary specialists with ready access to the most sophisticated diagnostic testing procedures and the latest treatment options. Dogs and cats from throughout the Midwest are commonly referred to our specialists for the same type of advanced care you would want for any beloved family member. We are proud to offer world-class expertise and compassionate patient care in a friendly environment.
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In Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, exercising is now all the rage. Scores of joggers take to the streets before sunrise, or just after sunset, while others gather in parks and roundabouts to exercise together, often to the commands of an instructor. Some use public staircases for sprints and jump-squats, and benches for triceps dips. The practice of physical activity in this part of the world is, of course, not entirely new, and the colonial histories of sports and leisure offer an important historical backdrop against which to understand current trends. But fitness, as a pursuit driven by a combination of health and aesthetic concerns is a novel and increasingly popular phenomenon. Only a few years ago, gyms and joggers…
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As dentist offices start to reopen following coronavirus shutdowns, many dental hygienists say they are worried it might be too soon to see patients.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have advised elective procedures and non-urgent dental visits to be postponed. For dental offices that are open, the CDC’s recommendations include requiring everyone entering to wear a face mask or covering, screening patients for fever or coronavirus symptoms before they enter and screening employees before each shift.
Many offices are welcoming patients as states have started to reopen businesses. Each state allowing dentists to reopen has different standards that offices must follow.
So what are dentists doing to protect their patients and their workers as the coronavirus pandemic continues?
A dentist in the Pittsburgh area said patients will be screened before their arrival to see if they have any signs of coronavirus, according to KDKA.
While there’s no “right” way to get sweaty, there’s no question that fitness trends can influence how people work out. And with the American College of Sports Medicine’s annual survey, we’re getting a look at what’s going to be big this year. They’ve pinpointed the top fitness trends of 2018 to watch for, and chances are, if you haven’t gotten in on any of them yet, you just might soon.
Published in the ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal, more than 4,000 fitness professionals (including trainers, exercise physiologists, and fitness directors) gave their thoughts on the trends they think will be big in 2018. The survey respondents represented organizations including the American College of Sports Medicine, American Council on Exercise, National Council on Strength and Fitness, and The Cooper Institute. The responses were international, too, coming from 41 countries across the world and nearly every continent.
In the survey, the