May 16, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert

Andreas Milano

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Most experts agree that it’s best to get your vitamins and minerals from food whenever possible. But in the case of vitamin D, that can be tough.

Yes, you can get vitamin D from a handful of foods like eggs, fortified milk or cereal, fatty fish such as salmon, and some mushrooms. And yes, your body can also make vitamin D when your skin is exposed to sunlight. But for many of us, that’s not enough. Research shows many Americans are vitamin D deficient, says Arielle Levitan, M.D., author of The Vitamin Solution.

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The Biden administration recently issued guidance on a range of coverage-related issues. On February 25, 2021, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued technical guidance on the broad special enrollment period (SEP) through HealthCare.gov that began on February 15. This was followed by an announcement of $2.3 million in additional funding for current navigators to assist consumers with enrollment; there will soon be additional funding opportunities for navigators. Separately, the Departments of Labor and the Treasury issued new joint guidance to clarify the duration of prior relief that extended timeframes for group health plans and participants or beneficiaries

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My experiences dealing with the health care systems here in the U.S. can be summed up in two words: expensive and complicated.

Although I have always been stringent about taking care of my health, I was diagnosed with an unexpected and debilitating autoimmune disease in early adulthood that has forever changed the way I live and how I look at health care and our systems for managing it.

Whether it is the hours I spend battling with insurance providers on the phone about which aspects of my health care are actually covered and at what rate, or the time going

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FULTON MARKET — Studio Three, a fitness studio focused on high intensity interval training, yoga and cycling, opened Monday in Fulton Market.

Spanning 10,000 square feet, the gym at 333 N. Green St. includes three studios specially designed for cycling, yoga and interval training classes.

Under current coronavirus restrictions, group fitness classes are limited to 15 people per class and face masks are required. Studio Three offers more than 20 indoor group classes daily. 

Prices at the studio vary based on class packages. A drop-in class costs $30 and a 10-pack of classes costs $280.

The new Fulton Market fitness

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Doctors across the country have decried the concept of ‘mixopathy’, which refers to the integration of different systems of medicine such as ayurveda, homeopathy, unani, siddha, yoga and naturopathy with allopathy (modern system of medicine).

The debate began when provisions under Section 50 of the National Medical Commission Act, 2020 mandated that educational modules for interface between the modern system of medicine, homeopathy and ayurveda be prepared through joint meetings of the Central Council of Indian Medicine, Central Council of Homeopathy and National Medical Commission. These provisions aim to promote pluralism in medical education.

The National Education Policy, 2020, in

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JPMorgan Bets on These 3 Stocks; Sees Over 50% Upside Potential

It’s time to check in with the macro picture, to get an idea of just where markets are headed in the coming months. That’s what a JPMorgan global research team, headed up by Joyce Chang, has been doing. The JPM team starts by noting the sell-off in US Treasury bonds last week, pushing up yields as investors acted in response to inflationary fears. However, the rise in bond yields steadied on Friday, and Chang’s team does not believe that inflation is the great bugaboo it’s made out to

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