Day: September 11, 2020

Italy’s Berlusconi taken to hospital after positive coronavirus test

ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s former prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, has been admitted to hospital in Milan for further checks after testing positive for the new coronavirus, his Forza Italia party said on Friday.

The party said his medical condition was not a cause for concern.

The 83-year-old-media tycoon had been in isolation in his house in the town of Arcore, north of Milan.

Forza Italia said he was now at the San Raffaele Hospital “as a precaution”.

Berlusconi had spoken via video link to a meeting of Forza Italia supporters on Thursday and said his fever had passed.

“I no longer have fever, nor pain, I want to reassure everyone that I am quite well,” he said.

Berlusconi decided to test for COVID-19 after having a holiday in Sardinia, his personal physician said.

The Mediterranean island suffered a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in August as tourists descended on its

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Unprocessed: eat healthy, feel healthier


In a study last year that was published in Cell Metabolism, it showed that highly processed foods cause you to eat faster and more, which even messes with the hormones that control your hunger. In a month-long study, two groups of people had to eat either a highly processed diet or a unprocessed diet for two weeks at a time.

Both groups gained about 2,2 pounds while on the highly processed diet and lost it again during the unprocessed diet even though both diets contained the same amounts of sugar, fat and fibre. The subjects on the processed diet ate faster and more.

This is because unprocessed foods contain more rough fibre, which means you must chew for longer. Processed foods are usually finer and softer, contains less nutrients and has taste enhancers. It causes you to eat more and faster because your stomach sends the “full” signal long

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Fitness: Yoga blocks, not just for beginners

Fitness By


Nina Odongo

Yoga blocks have developed a bad rap over the years as being a tool for only the most novice of yogis.

However, yoga blocks can be used at any level to provide support, enhance stretch and ease tension, making poses more accessible.

Here are four common poses you can do with yoga blocks to help your yoga practice.

1. Downward dog

Great for those people who don’t have enough flexibility in their hamstrings to rest their heels on the ground. Placing one block under each hand shifts your center of gravity, helping you lengthen your spine, allowing your heels to sink closer to the ground.

2. Child’s pose

If you have tight knees or hips, child’s pose can be anything but restful. Placing blocks under your head and bum can help open up tight chest, back and shoulders and alleviate discomfort in your knees and hips,

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Cosmetic Dentist Near Ramsgate Offers Porcelain Veneers for Painless Smile Makeovers – Press Release

Ramsgate’s top-rated cosmetic dentist is pleased to offer smile makeovers for people that are afraid of going to the dentist. Today’s modern technology allows people to achieve the smile of their dreams with minimal pain or anxiety.

Ramsgate Beach, NSW – According to the NHMRC and the Australian Dental Journal, about 15% of Australians suffer from a fear of going to see the dentist, which means they are at risk of having oral health issues if not addressed in a timely manner. Poor oral health has been shown to contribute to an unattractive smile. In today’s world where human interaction is highly valued, a large number of Sydneysiders are embarrassed by their smile. Because the fear of a dental visit is so strong, they miss out on having a healthy brilliant smile. Dr Rammo, owner and principal dentist at justSMILE is working to alleviate that fear with a gentle approach

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