May 16, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert

Day: May 3, 2021

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If you’re reading Jacobin, you’re probably impatient to pass Medicare for All — and rightly so. But Medicare for All can’t pass the current Congress. Even if Bernie Sanders had been elected president last year, he wouldn’t have had the votes, certainly not in his first term.

It’s one of many reasons we urgently need more socialists in Congress, especially in that undemocratic cesspit of reaction that is the US Senate. But that’s no reason to give up on the dream of enacting socialized medicine for millions of Americans this year.

In New York, it won’t be easy, but

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The May 2021 Rec of the Month is the Student Recreation and Fitness Center, home to Campus Recreation at Lewis University.

LEWIS UNIVERSITY RECREATION, FITNESS AND WELLNESS MISSION STATEMENT 

Student Recreation, Fitness and Wellness is dedicated to providing outstanding fitness, wellness, recreational, competitive and social opportunities to the Lewis community. Our focus is on promoting a wellness lifestyle to the campus through a comprehensive recreational services program, outstanding facilities and lifelong learning opportunities.

DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION STATEMENT

Lewis University’s department of Student Recreation, Fitness and Wellness is dedicated to building and sustaining a community that welcomes everyone from all

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Critical care nurses were exhausted before the pandemic ever happened, they say. Other health industry news is on Privia Health, Neuralink, HCA Healthcare and more.

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Vaccines, more contagious variants and fewer restrictions on gatherings helped to illustrate what life may look like in the near future as the U.S. works toward herd immunity to COVID-19.

Jan Malcolm, state health commissioner, said coronavirus vaccines helped “stem what otherwise could have been a catastrophic rise in cases and hospitalizations” that could have been “far worse” than the November surge.

The late fall spike in cases sickened hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans, put more than 10,000 in hospitals and killed thousands of residents. This year’s surge wasn’t as severe or as deadly.

That doesn’t mean it wasn’t dangerous.

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NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A woman who unexpectedly gave birth on a flight to Hawaii last week had some lucky help from some North Kansas City health care workers.

Lavinia “Lavi” Mounga unexpectedly delivered baby Raymond Mounga on Wednesday, April 28, on board a flight.

Luckily for mom and baby, North Kansas City Hospital NICU Nurses Lani Bamfield, Amanda Beeding and Mimi Ho and Hawai‘i Pacific Health Family Medicine Physician Dr. Dale Glenn were on board the flight to help with the delivery and provide care for the mom and baby until the flight landed in Honolulu.

Upon landing

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By Storyhub

Every problem, modern or not, needs a modern solution, and our health is no different. Our daily habits and degrading way of living have given way to many health issues from digestive problems, chronic pain in all ages, to fatigue.

This is when combining ancient medicine practices with modern science came to the surface and brought ingredients such as Kratom to the limelight.

Ever since we explored the amazing and healing properties of Kratom, many manufacturers started to flood the market with so-called authentic products. This Review will help you find out the Best Kratom Vendors that supply

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