MIRROR Fitness Lululemon Home Workout Review 2022

Photo: Courtesy of Karina Hoshikawa The year was 2018: clips from Beyoncé’s historic #Beychella set were making the rounds on YouTube, millions tuned into Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s nuptials at Windsor Castle, and Rihanna staged her first — and now iconic — fashion show for her lingerie label Savage x Fenty. Another major event … Read more

Eating Habits for a Healthy Gut as You Age, Say Dietitians — Eat This Not That

Research indicates that dysbiosis, or the imbalance in the microflora of your gut, can influence all kinds of health problems—metabolic diseases like obesity and diabetes, cardiovascular disease, immune and endocrine disorders, cancer, bone disease, circulatory problems, and even cognitive- aging and Alzheimer’s disease. The trillions of microbes in your gut, therefore, play an active role … Read more

Construction continues on new behavioral health center as patient visits climb in Juneau

Construction workers at the site of Bartlett Regional Hospital’s new building for its behavioral health department. (Photo by Claire Stremple/KTOO) The steel framing that’s now visible along Egan Drive south of Twin Lakes is the future home of Bartlett Regional Hospital’s behavioral health department. It’s been under construction since last June. It’s now expected to … Read more

Stanford Children’s Health launches center for inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease | News Center

Stanford Children’s Health has launched its new Center for Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and Celiac Disease to increase access to care and advance research to improve outcomes for children, thanks to a $70 million gift by an anonymous donor. Children with IBD and celiac disease require comprehensive and dedicated care to achieve the best … Read more

Men’s use of diabetes drug just before conception is linked to a 40% increase in birth defects, study finds

CNN — Metformin use by men in the three-month period before they conceived a child was linked to a 40% higher risk of birth defects in the offspring, according to a study published Monday in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine. Metformin is a first-line drug in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. The research, … Read more

A Look Back at Louie Simmons’ Greatest Achievements and Contributions to Strength Training & Sport

The strength sports community suffered a great loss on March 24, 2022, when legendary powerlifter and coach Louie Simmons passed away at the age of 74. Few people, living or dead, could claim to hold a candle to Simmons’ impact on both sports and physical training. Entire generations of recreational and professional lifters alike have … Read more

Cancer warning: Artificial sweeteners may be associated with increased risk after all | Science | News

Trisha Goddard discusses her breast cancer in 2018 Artificial sweeteners are low-calorie or calorie-free chemicals which are used as a substitute for sugar in the sweetening of food and drinks. They can be found in thousands of different products, from drinks and desserts to cakes, chewing gum and even toothpaste. According to the European Food … Read more

Breaking ground on new behavioral health pavilion at Sarasota Memorial

SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) – Mental health advocacy has been in the forefront of the medical community in recent years. Recent studies show that 1 in 5 people suffer from a mental illness. During a time when more people are seeking outlets for stress, depression, and anxiety, Sarasota has made recent breakthroughs in it’s local health … Read more

Black Men in White Coats event in Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. — A national program designed to recruit more Black men to the field of medicine is coming to Tulsa. The goal of the program is to increase minority representation, particularly among doctors. Dr. Chris McNeil is an Emergency Medicine Resident at OSU Medical Center (OSUMC). He said the road to becoming a doctor … Read more

Prediabetes more than doubled among American children. How to reduce risk

The increase was seen over almost all subpopulations of young Americans, regardless of income, ethnicity and education, said study author Junxiu Liu, assistant professor of population health science and policy at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. The study, published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, included children from 12 to 19 … Read more