Being exposed to an environment filled with novel stimuli can benefit cognition, including memory.
https://videopress.com/v/WQG8ZGjc?preloadContent=metadata Dumbbell supported rows Start with a dumbbell in one hand, rest the opposite hand and knee on the bench, lower the dumbbell toward the floor until your arm is fully extended. Pull then weight back up until it touches your chest. Follow the illustrations and maintain your balance on the bench. Pull the weight … Continue reading 061220 Dumbbell supported rows
Copied directly from the Spokesman-Review newspaper Saturday 05 December 2020 ASK THE DOCTORS Wearing a mask continues to be our best defense By Eve Glazier, M.D., and Elizabeth Ko, M.D. ANDREWS MCMEEL SYNDICATION DEAR DOCTORS: Can you please explain about masks again? It would really help me to explain to my friends and family. DEAR READER: We’ve … Continue reading Ask the Doctors about wearing a mask
How CDC Is Making COVID-19 Vaccine Recommendations From: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/recommendations-process.html Updated Dec. 3, 2020LanguagesPrint FacebookTwitterLinkedInSyndicate If the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorizes or approves a COVID-19 vaccine, ACIP will quickly hold a public meeting to review all available data about that vaccine (sign up to receive email updates whenever ACIP’s Meeting Information is updated). From these data, … Continue reading How CDC Is Making COVID-19 Vaccine Recommendations
In my recent visit to the doctor’s office, the thing that caught my attention was watching people sit down in those uncomfortable waiting room chairs and even much worse watching them get up.