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Arclight Cinemas, Pacific Theatres Will Close Down Due to Coronavirus – Variety

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Arclight Cinemas and Pacific Theatres will close down, a victim of the coronavirus pandemic that brought moviegoing to a standstill. The news comes as things were beginning to look up for the hard-hit exhibition industry and serves as a reminder of the economic devastation wrought by a public health crisis that upended cultural life. “After shutting our doors more than a year ago, today we must share the difficult and sad news that Pacific will not be reopening its ArcLight Cinemas and Pacific Theatres locations,” the company said in a statement. “This was not the outcome anyone wanted, but despite […]

Food cleanse with herbal supplements | Well+Good

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The November-to-December rush to meet deadlines, get gifts, and make your rounds at holiday parties always leaves you feeling spent. But there actually is a way to do all of that and still run into January feeling your best (because #goals). The trick could be doing a quickie food cleanse (you know, a cleanse where you still get to eat). When women see health coach Maria Marlowe for symptoms like fatigue and brain fog, she often suggests a food reboot. Why? “A short-term cleanse can offer big results in terms of how you feel in just a few days or weeks,” says Marlowe, […]

Why Functional Medicine is Not Enough With Autoimmune Disease – a nourished life

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Have you tried ‘all the things’ and worked with ‘all the practitioners’ only to find that you still are suffering? You’re not alone. Obviously I LOVE functional medicine. I’ve spent the past 2+ years studying it, and believe it’s what helped save my husbands life when he was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. But, functional medicine alone is just not enough. I saw that because I have clients come to me who are on 20+ supplements and have been on restrictive diets for months or even years without results. They are stressed out, frustrated, and at this point, angry at […]

Drop in Infant Type 1 Diabetes Linked to Rotavirus Vaccination | The Scientist Magazine®

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ABOVE: Rotavirus and type 1 diabetes may trigger immune system responses that attack insulin-producing cells in the pancreas in similar ways.© ISTOCK.COM, JOSE LUIS CALVO MARTIN & JOSE ENRIQUE GARCIA-MAURIÑO MUZQUIZ A recent decrease in the incidence of type 1 diabetes in Australian children may be linked to the introduction of a routine vaccine against rotavirus, according to a study published yesterday (January 22) in JAMA Pediatrics. Using observational data, researchers in Melbourne found that diabetes rates have been declining in infants since the vaccine’s launch in Australia in 2007—a finding that dovetails with previous research hinting that rotavirus infection […]

Covid 19 coronavirus: Ministry of Health update on cases, Auckland MIQ worker – NZ Herald

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There are six new cases of Covid-19 – five of them from India – in managed isolation, the Ministry of Health says. There are no new community cases after yesterday’s announcement that an MIQ security guard had tested postitive. Ten close contacts of the Grand Millennium worker have been identified, the ministry said. All have been contacted and are self isolating. Five have returned negative test results and others are still waiting on results. Auckland public health officials have carried out scoping interviews with the guard to determine any locations of interest. At this stage, the health ministry has not […]

Latest coronavirus infection rates for Greater Manchester as cases nearly halved in several boroughs – Manchester Evening News

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Don’t miss a thing by getting the latest from the Manchester Evening News sent direct to your inbox When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy notice Coronavirus infection rates continue to plummet across Greater Manchester – with several boroughs seeing cases nearly halved week-on-week. The average infection rate across the region is now […]

The A to Z of Vitamins & Health Supplements (Part 1) – THE YESSTYLIST – Asian Fashion Blog – brought to you by YesStyle.com

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Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes With the heightened threat of COVID-19, many are now more aware of personal hygiene and health. After all, who doesn’t want to be healthy? With that being said, many of us are still struggling to rectify our lifestyle and eating habits. That’s when health supplements come into play! I used to hate taking supplements when I was a kid – they usually tasted bland or artificial. Luckily, things have changed these days. A lot of supplements now come in all kinds of tasty and convenient forms and flavors. Learn about all these new chewable tablets, […]

Obesity and COVID 19 Risk – Empowered Life at Sanctuary Functional Medicine Nashville Area

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            Why? Why? Why?  Everyone wants to know why some people get COVID and some don’t, why some become critically ill and die.  Researchers race to be the one who uncovers the hidden secret of COVID epidemiology.  Several risk factors have bene identified such as age, uncontrolled diabetes, and vitamin D status.  Obesity has also been linked to the incidence and severity of this viral disease arising out of China this year.  But why obesity?             In the original outbreak in Wuhan, China, the low rate of obesity in the population did not give away hints at obesity as a […]

Penny Marshall – “Laverne & Shirley” actress – dies at age 75; Cause of death was diabetes-related complications – CBS News

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Actress Penny Marshall, best known for playing Laverne DeFazio on “Laverne & Shirley,” has died. Her publicist confirmed that she died at her Hollywood Hills home Monday night from diabetes-related complications. She was 75.  Marshall made history with her directing career as well. With “Big,” starring Tom Hanks, Marshall became the first woman in history to direct a film that grossed more than $100 million. She also grossed more than $100 million with “A League of Their Own.” Marshall also directed “Awakenings” and “The Preacher’s Wife.” In a statement, her family said, “Our family is heartbroken over the passing of […]

Montreal hospital confirms 16-year-old dead due to coronavirus | CTV News

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MONTREAL — The Ste-Justine Hospital in Montreal confirmed Wednesday that a 16-year-old has died of COVID-19. The hospital told CTV News the death happened on April 3, but did not release any further details. In a statement, hospital spokesperson Florence Meney said that generally speaking, “people who die at a young age of COVID-19 are generally people who have major comorbidities.” Meney said she was unable to provide further details about the youth’s death due to privacy concerns.  The teen is believed to be the youngest person to die of COVID-19 in Quebec. Last August, the virus claimed the life […]