China fines former NBA star Lin for his quarantine comments

Beijing – Former NBA star Jeremy Lin, who plays for a Chinese team, was fined 10,000 yuan ($1,400) for “inappropriate remarks” on social media about pre-game quarantine facilities, ChinaThe professional league announced on Friday, as the government tries to stem protests against anti-virus controls that are among the world’s strictest. Also on Friday, more cities … Read more

Cyber ​​Monday deals lure consumers amid rising inflation

NEW YORK (AP) — Days after they flooded stores on Black Friday, consumers are taking to the internet for Cyber ​​Monday to get more discounts on gifts and other items whose prices have been inflated by soaring inflation. Cyber ​​Monday is expected to remain the biggest online shopping day of the year and generate $11.6 … Read more

Oral health care needs our attention

Daily dental cleaning in Philippine schools, like this elementary school in Guihulngan City, Negros Oriental, was pioneered by the overseas-funded Fit for School project. Photo by Marit Stenos Capugon Today, November 28, 2022, the first session of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee tasked with drafting a legally binding instrument on plastic pollution begins. While plastic pollution … Read more

The biggest risks of using fitness trackers to monitor health

Fitness trackers, which help monitor sleep quality, heart rate, and other biological metrics, are a popular way to help Americans improve their health and well-being. There are many types of trackers on the market, including those from well-known brands like Apple, Fitbit, Garmin, and Oura. While these devices are becoming increasingly popular—and have legitimate uses—consumers … Read more

The United States needs to start treating obesity like the disease that it is

What better time than in the middle of the holidays—peak consumption of calorie-dense cookies, cakes, pies, sweets, and pastries—to deliver a message of forgiveness to those of us who find it hard to hold ourselves back? A new view of obesity explains how it is not just gluttony and a hopeless lack of willpower, but … Read more

Plus-size personal trainers are trending on TikTok

Growing up as a chubby kid in her Long Island neighborhood, Mauritt Summers, 36, hated who she saw in the mirror. She weighed over 200 pounds, and doctors applied diets and weight-loss surgery to her. It only made her feel worse. Then, when she was 14, her family hired a personal trainer who worked with … Read more

How can wearable technologies and wearable workouts based on AI transform the fitness industry?

– Posted by Jitendra Choksi Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has witnessed an unprecedented technological boom, with every sector taking a turn online to ensure survival. The fitness industry has also embraced a digital path with gyms and other fitness centers closed amid prolonged lockdowns. Over the past couple of years, … Read more

Asia-Pacific leaders condemn the war and renew calls for open trade

BANGKOK (AP) — Leaders from across the Asia-Pacific region have called for an end to Russia’s war on Ukraine They pledged to steer the region’s economies towards sustainable growth as the summit meetings conclude on Saturday. Host Thailand got a diplomatic coup in managing divisions among the 21 members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum … Read more

Why do people who are deficient in these minerals struggle to lose weight

Weight loss is more than just that work with it regularly and Cut out fast food. If you really want to lose weight quickly (and healthily), maintaining a well-balanced, nutrient-dense diet is essential. In addition to getting enough protein, carbohydrates, and fiber, you must also make sure that you are consuming all the vitamins and … Read more