Month: July 2021

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Consider Starting a Business in the Health and Fitness Sector

Statistics show that the fitness and health industry worldwide is steadily increasing in recent years. Back in 2019, it was worth over $96 billion. Although the industry’s revenue significantly dropped to 58 percent in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, companies quickly adapted and shifted to online platforms to continue providing service. With the world …

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Work Your Way Through Stress with These Tactics

We often hear the saying “pressure builds diamonds,” but the truth is often far from this rather convenient adage. Different people have different reactions to stress and pressure, and some don’t particularly react well. Especially when subjected to copious amounts of unmanaged stress, it can lead to diseases or even damage your mental health significantly. …

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Dangerous Encounters: What to Do When Someone in the Family Catches the Virus

We’ve seen it countless times on TV. When an unseen enemy grips a community and turns everyone panicking for their lives, it makes for a great Hollywood flick. Sandra Bullock’s Netflix film Bird Box is a fine example. Today, however, life has imitated art. Who would think that America would be battered by an unseen virus and …

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Stop the Clock: How to Look Decades Younger Without Surgery

Provo, Utah is home to the happiest and healthiest seniors. Utahns are more likely to stay active, independent, and mobile compared to other people their age — however, they are also more likely to show their age. Utah’s environment is conducive to skin aging, making residents appear more than a bit older. Stop aging at …

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Getting Started on Caregiving: Caring for a Loved One with Parkinson’s Disease

Tremors, poor balance, even rigid movements can indicate that your loved one could have Parkinson’s disease. This condition is known to worsen over time. Their symptoms can make simple activities quite difficult. Seeing them experience the effects firsthand can make your heartache. Since this is a progressive disease, the best thing you can do for …

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