April 19, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert

Andreas Milano

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They’re chloro-full of it.

TikTok users are draining the swamp by sucking down liquid chlorophyll — a plant molecule that aids in growth and creates a green shade.

While the trend has been popular with celebrities like Reese Witherspoon, Mandy Moore, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kourtney Kardashian — with the latter two frequently criticized for their loose interpretations of scientific fact — Gen Z is now following their lead and getting on board. The hashtag #chlorophyll has 81.3 million views on TikTok.

Makers of the liquid drops claim the supplement can boost energy, detoxify the body, help with altitude sickness and

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New research investigates the relationship between exercise and mental health during the pandemic. Photo editing by Stephen Kelly; LindaRaymondPhotography/Getty Images
  • The mental health benefits of physical activity have been out of reach for people whose stress and anxiety levels have kept them from exercising during the pandemic, a new study shows.
  • People who have continued to exercise during the pandemic are more likely to be doing it for their mental health than for any other reason.
  • People who are less physically active than usual are experiencing more symptoms of mental health conditions during the pandemic.

Physical activity

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Like the lungs of acute COVID-19 survivors, nurses, doctors and front-line healthcare workers remain scarred a year after the pandemic flooded South Florida hospitals with gasping patients sickened by an invisible, insidious virus.

While most people huddled at home, they stood at bedsides, knowing their own infected patients could kill them. The mental and emotional toll has been profound.

Through the first wave and succeeding, worsening surges, they worked grueling shifts, managing a complex, heavy and often hopeless caseload with the most critically ill patients hooked up to ventilators, dialysis machines, extra corporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) life support and a

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NEW YORK, April 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Tend, the first dentist that people actually look forward to, today announced it has raised an additional $125 million in Series C funding. Addition led the round, with participation from existing investors including GV, Juxtapose, Redpoint and Zigg Capital.

Through a hospitality mindset and personalized approach, Tend is setting a new standard for oral health.

After its successful launch in October 2019, Tend has rapidly grown to serve more than 20,000 patients and 256 team members across six locations throughout New York City with plans to expand across the U.S. Tend

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Disclosure: LifeToGo is a sister company of a360 Media, LLC – the publisher of Us Weekly. 

This past year has been a rollercoaster for many of Us. Luckily, there’s plenty to be hopeful about, and our goal for the remainder of 2021 is to create more balance in our lives.

The first place to find balance is within our own personal health. When we’re taking proper care of our bodies, everything else tends to fall in place. Interested in doing the same? Check out this mix of daily supplements and other tools that you can incorporate to improve your

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — COVID-19 has provided a stress test for, and laid bare many of the inequities that exist within, the American healthcare system. Reshaping the system post-pandemic should include innovative approaches in practitioner training that, along with science, place greater emphasis on empathy and human relationships — training that will benefit healthcare providers and patients alike.

These topics and the pandemic’s impact on the healthcare system today and moving forward is the focus of “Rethinking Care: Health Humanities and the Pandemic,” which will debut on WPSU-TV and stream simultaneously at live.wpsu.org at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 18.

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