June 11, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert

Day: May 12, 2021

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In his first address to Congress, President BidenJoe BidenKinzinger, Gaetz get in back-and-forth on Twitter over Cheney vote Cheney in defiant floor speech: Trump on ‘crusade to undermine our democracy’ US officials testify on domestic terrorism in wake of Capitol attack MORE spent much of his time pushing lawmakers to enact his jobs and family plans. Given the combined $4 trillion price tag, it is no wonder that these proposals have garnered the bulk of the public’s attention. Yet, two other policy areas mentioned recently by the president could impose steep personal costs on American families. 

Specifically, the

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The American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology published a

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- New York City, New York May 12, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – An experienced dentist, Dr. Whelton provides gentle, competent general and cosmetic dental care to her patients at her private practice in Cockeysville, Maryland.

Whether a patient is looking for personalized cosmetic dentistry, the latest technology in dental reconstruction, or an experienced general dentist, she and her knowledgeable and caring staff are ready to serve them.

Having been in practice for over three decades, Dr. Whelton offers care in a professional, modern, friendly, and comfortable family environment. Some of her services include cleanings and checkups, gum disease treatment, veneers,

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As Covid-19 continues to rage and almost a year since the murder of George Floyd, it’s once again Mental Health Awareness month. With everything going on, the number of Americans experiencing anxiety and depression is up — 42% of U.S. adults reported symptoms, up from 11% in previous years, according to a December survey from the U.S. Census Bureau.

As challenges like Covid-19 and the reckoning on racism continue to take a toll on Americans’ mental health, it brings new urgency to some of the long-standing issues like the cost of accessibility of care. Here’s what you need to

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A Port Coquitlam yoga and fitness studio has teamed up with a pub to provide outdoor classes in the pub’s parking lot.

What started as a love match has become a unique collaboration of two Port Coquitlam businesses trying to stay afloat despite COVID-19 public health restrictions.

Jen Hamilton, who runs the Oxygen Yoga and Fitness studio on Prairie Avenue, is dating Randy Doncaster, proprietor of the Cat & Fiddle pub, and with both businesses prevented from fully serving their customers indoors, they decided to partner in a new way.

Several times a week for the past month, the pub’s

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The history of medicine is filled with accounts of strange and often downright dangerous “treatments,” but these have sometimes opened the way for lifesaving discoveries. In this Curiosities of Medical History feature, we look at the unusual practice of exposing the body to cold temperatures for therapeutic purposes: therapeutic hypothermia.

The term “hypothermia” appears to have first emerged in English-language texts in the late 19th century. It comes from the ancient Greek word for “hot” or “warm” — “thermós” — to which the Greek-derived prefix “hypo-,” meaning “under,” is added.

Nowadays, hypothermia is classed as a severe condition

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