June 15, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert

Month: April 2021

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Ahead of National Nurses Day, Chipotle Mexican Grill announced a burrito giveaway for “healthcare heroes.”

Starting Thursday, the fast-casual restaurant chain says it will give 250,000 codes for free burritos to nurses, medical providers and hospital providers. Sign up begins at 10 a.m. PT April 29 at https://giving.chipotle.com/healthcareheroes.

The codes will be available while supplies last and provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

“Given the events of the past year, we are once again bringing our fans together to show appreciation for the heroic efforts of the healthcare community,” Chris Brandt, Chipotle chief marketing officer, said in a news

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SAN ANGELO, TX – Three women from the Concho Valley have teamed up to bring a high-end fitness studio to San Angelo.

According to Kayla Willman a part owner of Pure Barre, on Jun. 7, the fitness center will officially open its doors to the public for fitness classes. 

The gym offers three different class types including their classic workout which is a fast, effective, low impact full body workout. Classes will run around an hour long and are focused to make muscles long and lean.

There are a number of Pure Barres in Texas with most of them being

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Longtime friend and supporter, Henry Leopold Strauss, 93, passed away peacefully on April 8, 2021 at the home where he lived for the past 60 years. Strauss, RPh ’51 leaves a lasting legacy with the University and Colorado and the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, his alma mater.

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STOW, MA – Fire officials announced that May is Electrical Safety Month and urge everyone to take time to make sure they are practicing electrical safety.

Was your house built before everyone had washers, dryers, dishwashers, toaster ovens microwaves, air conditioners, coffee makers, computers and gaming consoles? Maybe it is time to have your electrical system checked out by a professional to see if it has kept up with your needs.

“People seem to be as afraid of calling an electrician for a check-up as they are of going to the dentist. But if you are using extension cords permanently

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Ruth Overstreet opened Ruth’s Health Foods in 1999, and in 2021 she’s selling all kinds of supplements that can help people of all ages — she notes many are of particular interest to senior citizens.

The first thing Overstreet mentioned is the benefit of a multivitamin.

“There’s a lot of controversy on whether you should take vitamins or not; doctors will tell you eat from the food groups, but hey, who does anymore? And sometimes you can’t, and as you get older you don’t eat liked you used to eat,” she said. “So, every other day, two or three times

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MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines is extending an already monthlong lockdown by two weeks as the country’s worst coronavirus infection spike starts to ease but remains alarming.

President Rodrigo Duterte said in televised remarks Thursday night that the second-most restrictive lockdown level will now run through May 14 in metropolitan Manila and four nearby provinces, a region of more than 25 million people. Mayors, however, cut a nine-hour night curfew in metropolitan Manila to six hours to help battered businesses.

Duterte is warning mayors and village chiefs that they face jail if they don’t prevent gatherings and other events that

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