May 16, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert

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April 2, 2021

A local fitness studio is providing a donation-based outdoor barre class to raise funds for Sonoma State’s Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), helping disadvantaged students succeed.

On Saturday, April 18 at 10 a.m., at Barbieri Brothers Park, The Dailey Method Healdsburg will host a hybrid fitness class combining pilates, yoga, and strength training — otherwise known as barre. Proceeds from the course will be donated to Sonoma State’s EOP, which provides access, academic support, and transitional services to minorities, underrepresented, and first-generation students.

“Ongoing active awareness is the first step in cultivating change. As a local business, we

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SISTERS, Ore., April 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Personalized & Compounded Nutrients, the first and only nutraceutical manufacturer to implement digital formulation software for healthcare practitioners, aims to revolutionize personalized medicine through newly-created, innovative digital solutions. By simplifying the formulation process, the brand aims to increase access to fully customizable, individualized supplements for practitioners and their patients.

Designed to empower healthcare professionals, Personalized & Compounded Nutrients’ new digital formulator allows for the complete customization of patient supplement regimens. Medical practitioners will now have the freedom to build personalized formulas for each patient, based on their individual genomic analysis, allowing

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Arkansas became the latest state to lift its mask mandate when Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced on Tuesday that the state would no longer require residents to wear a covering over their nose and mouth.

His decision to reverse the mask mandate, he said, was based on a state evaluation. In order for masks to no longer be required, the positivity rate in Arkansas must be 10% or less for the seven-day rolling average, with at least 7,500 samples tested daily.

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Secondly, if less than 7,500 samples are tested in a day, then hospitalizations will serve as

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  • Arkansas passed a bill prohibiting doctors from providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth.
  • The Senate passed the bill Monday in a 28-7 vote. The House passed the bill earlier this month.
  • The legislation now goes to Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s desk to be signed. 
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Arkansas became the first state to pass a bill prohibiting doctors from providing gender-affirming medical care to transgender youth following a vote in the state Senate on Monday.

HB 1570, the “Save Adolescents From Experimentation (SAFE) Act,” prohibits trans youth from accessing health care and insurance coverage for

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When the university shut down due to COVID-19 last March, all classes were shifted to the virtual environment. During the fall and spring semesters when some classes returned in person, all fitness classes remained online. 

Instructors for these classes have had to completely change how they structure their classes. With students participating in classes from home, how they get materials, learn skills for class and engage with instructors have all changed. 

“It has been a very tricky adjustment that we have had to make very quickly,” said Pamela Hickey, a yoga instructor at the university. “Going from instructing a class

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“Dial 3.0” is designed to ease restrictions while offering local governments more control, according to CDPHE.

DENVER — The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is asking for public feedback on changes it’s making to the state’s COVID-19 dial meant to ease restrictions and give local authorities more control.

According to CDPHE, “Dial 3.0” would make it easier for counties to move into Level Green: Protect Our Neighbors, the least restrictive level on the dial. It would also remove many of the restrictions that currently apply at that level, CDPHE said.

Restrictions for bars, retail establishments, offices and

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