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I forgot to ever update you guys! I am officially a graduate of the Northern Arizona Yoga Center’s 200 hr yoga teacher training certification program!!! Thank you all so much for all the love and support through this amazing journey ❤ : veganfitness | Health Physical Fitness

Search within r/veganfitness r/veganfitness TIPS OF THE DAY HOW TO GET TONE AND FIT FASTER GET YOUR ABS & OBLIQUE SHREDDED FASTER Top Selling Muscle Stimulators | BEST EMS Advice of the Year What is Electrical Muscle Stimulation EMS How to Get Fit Using Electrical Muscle Stimulation Do electronic muscle stimulators really work What are the benefits of electrical stimulation What are the side effects of electrical stimulation What is electrotherapy muscle stimulation Willem Body Fit: What It Is, How It Works, and Why It May Help You Smart Sport Muscle Stimulator Tens Intensity EMS Device Unit What is Muscle… Read More »I forgot to ever update you guys! I am officially a graduate of the Northern Arizona Yoga Center’s 200 hr yoga teacher training certification program!!! Thank you all so much for all the love and support through this amazing journey ❤ : veganfitness | Health Physical Fitness

Support Small Business This Christmas

With lockdown looming and Christmas on the horizon, it’s more important than ever to support small businesses with your purchases this year. Small businesses are essential to our economy and provide so many jobs for so many people, but unfortunately have been hit hard by this pandemic. Buying from a small business doesn’t put more money in the pocket of a billionaire in a corporation, but helps a family buy food, keep their lights on, and keep their dreams alive. I wanted to share some of my favorite small businesses and encourage you to explore their products. You can also… Read More »Support Small Business This Christmas

UK fitness sector could gain 5 million new members ‘with right support’

By Tom Walker Sep 21, 2021 Growth modeling suggests fitness memberships could increase from 10 million to 15 million / Shutterstock / blissblue_11 UK active leisure sector could gain 5 million additional paying members by 2030 Growth modeling shows membership numbers in health clubs, swimming pools and recreation centers could increase from 10 million to 15 million ukactive modeled the potential impact that a set of government interventions would have on physical activity levels in the UK Actions identified as having the most impact include VAT relief, corporate rate reform, and infrastructure investments VAT reform, corporate tariff adjustments and a… Read More »UK fitness sector could gain 5 million new members ‘with right support’

Four things you can do to support your teen’s emotional development · Dr Dad

Helping Your Teens Grow Through Emotional Changes If you have a teenager at home, you know how real the struggle is. They go through drastic changes, both physically and emotionally. They have a brain that is developing into an adult brain, but is not yet completely there. They seem extremely uncertain one time and quick and selfish the next. And with the invasion of technology in their life, their life is as chaotic as it gets inside their head! But were we too different as a teenager? Acne, the first crush, growing bodies, feeling judged at all times, and the… Read More »Four things you can do to support your teen’s emotional development · Dr Dad

10 Ways to Support Your Mental Health as a New Mom

Being a new mom is hard. Demands are coming from all angles and it’s easy to feel the strain under increased pressure and anxiety. As if the outside pressure isn’t enough, there are things we inadvertently do to ourselves that cause even more stress. When you’re in the thick of new mom life, it can feel hectic, unmanageable and overwhelming. It’s hard to see the path you’re on, let alone trust that you’re actually moving forward. But you are: Each day you’re getting closer to feeling confident in your mom skills. Each day you and your baby are growing together.… Read More »10 Ways to Support Your Mental Health as a New Mom

Bicycle Handlebar Support by Canyon – WheelBased

In this article, we will be discussing a Canyon Bicycle Handlebar Mount, US publication 20210237826. The publication date is August 5th.e, 2021 and the filing date is April 30e, 2019. This patent is not yet granted. The pictures are crap. Apologies. Looks like someone wrote them on the bathroom wall, took a picture, then put them in this app. Very short application, therefore very short article. Canyon appears to be working on a new TT handlebar that includes a single ‘grip piece’, where your right hand enters a recess at the bottom of the grip and your left hand straddles… Read More »Bicycle Handlebar Support by Canyon – WheelBased

A novel index-based decision support toolkit for safe reopening following a generalized lockdown in low and middle-income countries

Collecte de données Nous avons systématiquement collecté les données épidémiologiques COVID-19 de la Worldomètre base de données électronique1, qui fournit des données à haute fréquence sur les sites Web officiels des gouvernements respectifs des ministères/institutions concernés et également à partir des comptes de médias sociaux officiels de ces autorités pour tous les pays qui ont signalé un verrouillage à l’échelle nationale entre le 1er mars et le 15 avril 2020 (c’est-à-dire le « premier vague » d’épidémie de COVID-19 dans la plupart des pays). Nous avons en outre validé le Worldomètre estimations, le cas échéant, en comparant avec deux sources de… Read More »A novel index-based decision support toolkit for safe reopening following a generalized lockdown in low and middle-income countries

How To Do Intermittent Fasting To Support Your Mental Health

If you are wondering about the impacts of intermittent fasting on mental health, it is important to know that IF may have benefits for your mind as well. In fact, research shows that intermittent fasting can be a powerful mood booster. Fasting also triggers an important process called autophagy. Autophagy is like a “spring cleanse” for your body: getting rid of old damaged cells and making room for new, healthy cells so that we can continue to function at peak levels. This is especially important in the brain, as autophagy helps remove damaged proteins and support brain health. In his… Read More »How To Do Intermittent Fasting To Support Your Mental Health

Future Abortion Providers – Get the Support and Mentoring You Need through AMSA’s Reproductive Health Mentorship Sprint Program!

September 15, 2021 At a time when constitutional recognition and protection of a person’s right to abortion care has been significantly weakened by the recent United States Supreme Court ruling to allow the ban to come into force Abortion in Texas (SB 8), we, AMSA, are resolute and ready to fight not only for the preservation but also for the expansion and advancement of sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice. AMSA has long recognized the critical importance of unrestricted and equitable access to sexual and reproductive health care for the whole person (full spectrum), including abortion care, for women… Read More »Future Abortion Providers – Get the Support and Mentoring You Need through AMSA’s Reproductive Health Mentorship Sprint Program!

How support groups can boost your health and make chronic conditions easier to live with

People want to take care of their own health, and with new technology there are more tools than ever to help people manage it. But the biggest gains could come from a little help from your friends. For people with chronic illnesses such as arthritis, diabetes, and cancer, the healthcare system can seem impersonal and impractical. The outdated medical model of seeing the patient as a passive recipient of treatment and counseling is a significant inhibiting factor for patients who feel involved in their own health care. The clinical nature of medical care does not sufficiently take into account how… Read More »How support groups can boost your health and make chronic conditions easier to live with

FM says Iran’s support for Lebanon’s Resistance to continue

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian reiterated the Islamic Republic’s continued support for the Lebanese Resistance against possible threats from the Zionist regime. Amirabdollahian made the remarks in an interview with Lebanese television station Al-Manar on Saturday night. During his remarks, Amirabdollahian said Iran attaches great importance to the independence and sovereignty of Lebanon. The Foreign Minister, who arrived in the Lebanese capital on Thursday, congratulated the Lebanese people on the formation of a new government in the country. Despite economic pressures and unfair sanctions from the United States, the Islamic Republic is a great country that is always ready to… Read More »FM says Iran’s support for Lebanon’s Resistance to continue

Tenacious Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic

This story was first published by Nurse-Family Partnership on October 15, 2020. TENACIOUS SUPPORT DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Say what you want from New Yorkers, they understand COVID-19. No one dares to try to convince them that it is a hoax. Memories of March and April, when the epidemic raged across the city and refrigerated trucks were parked outside hospitals to serve as overflow morgues, are never far from their thoughts. Maria, a Nurse-Family Partnership® (NFP) nurse at Public Health Solutions in Staten Island, said the moms she serves don’t need to be persuaded that the coronavirus is a threat.… Read More »Tenacious Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Bridging Generations: With Northwest Center Early Intervention and the Seattle Developmental Bridge Program, both Parent and Child get the Support they Need

Illustration by Anna Nelson It is difficult for any parent to seek help for a child with special needs. It was even harder for Sandra, whose deep mistrust of programs for children with disabilities dates back decades. When Sandra was a child in a special needs program in Seattle, she felt marginalized both for her cognitive difficulties and because she was black. The teachers spoke too fast or used terms she was unfamiliar with, making her feel that her understanding didn’t matter as much to them as that of her white classmates. When Sandra had her first child, the cycle… Read More »Bridging Generations: With Northwest Center Early Intervention and the Seattle Developmental Bridge Program, both Parent and Child get the Support they Need

Job Coach and Employment Specialist Debra Tan Wins 2020 Governor’s Employer Award for Direct Support Professional

Debra tan Northwest Center could not be more proud to announce that Coach and Employment Specialist Debra Tan is the winner of the 2020 Governor’s Employer Award for Direct Support Professional from the Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and employment! This award recognizes someone who has made meaningful inclusive employment opportunities a reality for people with disabilities. Deb could not be more worthy of this honor. In fact, it was members of Deb’s team at North West Central Employment Services who nominated her for this award with passionate endorsements of her work. “It takes a special person to devote 25… Read More »Job Coach and Employment Specialist Debra Tan Wins 2020 Governor’s Employer Award for Direct Support Professional

Home Advantage – Jason Quigley Expecting Massive Boston Support

Jason quigley [19(14)-1] believes he will have the closest possible advantage to the home advantage despite his trip to Demetrius Andrade’s backyard to challenge the WBO middleweight title next month. The Donegal middleweight takes on the two-weight world champion at SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire on November 19 – live worldwide on DAZN. The fight takes place just two hours from the base of “Boo Boo” on the island of Rhodes, but the fighter trained by Andy Lee believes he will draw a huge following in Boston. Boston supports the Irish most often and that’s something Matchroom boss Eddie… Read More »Home Advantage – Jason Quigley Expecting Massive Boston Support

Retirement, social support and mental well-being: a couple-level analysis

1. Atalay, K., Barrett, GF: The causal effect of retirement on health: New evidence from Australian pension reform. Econ. Lett. 125, 392-395 (2014) Google Scholar article 2. Atalay, K., Barrett, GF: The Impact of Retirement Eligibility Age on Retirement and Program Dependency: Evidence from an Australian Experience. Rev. Econ. Stat. 97(1), 71-87 (2015) Google Scholar article 3. Atalay, K., Zhu, R .: The effect of a woman’s retirement on her husband’s mental health. Appl. Econ. 50(43), 4606-4616 (2018) Google Scholar article 4. Atalay, K., Barrett, GF, Staneva, A .: The effect of retirement on cognitive functioning in older people. J.… Read More »Retirement, social support and mental well-being: a couple-level analysis

Iran foreign minister in Syria with pledge of strong support

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian called his country’s relations with Syria “strategic,” saying Tehran will stand alongside Damascus as it did during the war on terror backed by Iran. the foreigner. Amir-Abdollahian made the remarks as he arrived in Damascus to speak with Syrian officials. He was greeted by his Syrian counterpart, Faisal Mekdad, at Damascus International Airport on Saturday. “Our ties with Syria are strategic and we are trying to expand our cooperation with the country in all areas. Syria is on the path of development and progress, and on this path Iran will firmly support Damascus, as it… Read More »Iran foreign minister in Syria with pledge of strong support

5 Ways To Support A Friend With a Disability

Thoughts Through Kim edwards | October 8, 2021 We may be making progress as a society, but we still have a long way to go. We are always fighting for the rights of others as well as our own, which means we are late. If we still have to fight for others to be seen as equal in 2021, we are not doing enough. If you have a friend who has a disability – mental, physical, visible or not – you have to be an advocate for them, and that means standing up for and defending their rights as much… Read More »5 Ways To Support A Friend With a Disability

How to get more support from the bra strap

Compared to the rather functional everyday bras of the post-war period, modern bras tend to be more fashionable.This is mainly because bras today show a lot more cleavage in the upper part of the bra. To achieve this effect, the straps are not placed in the center of the upper edge of the cup but rather towards the arm. Always the best support from a bra strap to keep the cups (and breasts for that matter …) up instead of sagging down is to tie the strap in a straight line from the top. from the nipple to mid-shoulder height.… Read More »How to get more support from the bra strap

Skechers pledge support as the power is handed to the industry

The 2019 Footwear Industry Awards are well underway and Skechers – a global leader in the performance and lifestyle footwear industry – has committed to supporting as a main sponsor of the prestigious program, designed to champion excellence in the footwear sector. Skechers joins the list of companies that already sponsor, including Cherry Blossom, Hotter, Legero and Superfit, and supports the British Footwear Association (BFA), Footwear Friends, Footwear Today and The Society of Shoe Fitters. The next step With registrations and nominations now closed for all but one category, the Footwear Industry Awards move on to the next step: the… Read More »Skechers pledge support as the power is handed to the industry

Ex-Super Falcons Regroup To Support Teammate

Onitsha, in Anambra state, will come to life this month with the beautiful game of football as the former Super Falcons come together to support one of their own, coach Maureen Mmadu. During a festive week of football in Onitsha, Anambra state, the ex-Super Falcons will play three games with three All Stars Football Clubs based in Onitsha. The three matches involving All Stars Onitsha, All Stars Fegge and All Stars 33 will be played on Sunday 24, Wednesday 27 and Friday 29 October respectively. Also read: WCQ Women’s U-20: Falconets beat CAR to advance to third round While the… Read More »Ex-Super Falcons Regroup To Support Teammate

Lululemon AirSupport Bra High Support Review — Badass Lady Gang

Size Inclusion Not the biggest. Although it goes up to a DDD in some tape sizes, it only goes up to a 40D. It’s a great sports bra! Why don’t you do it for everyone? Give this gift to everyone! Everyone deserves the gift of air support. How it feels SUPER, SUPER comfortable. The lower band is really solid, flirtatious and supportive. And the fabric is LUXURIOUS. Not only is it amazing while you are running, but I could wear it all day without having a headache which says a LOT of it. Switching on and off Easier to put… Read More »Lululemon AirSupport Bra High Support Review — Badass Lady Gang

Calls for Support for Those Waiting for Joint Replacement

The Versus Arthritis charity called for more support for people waiting for joint replacement. Often left in constant pain, patients need more physical and emotional support while they wait, according to the charity. The Versus Arthritis “Can’t Ignore” campaign includes a six point patient support program. This provides invaluable help and support for people currently facing a long wait for their surgery. Here, we’ll take a look at what’s included in the new support package and what patients can do to take care of themselves while waiting for a joint replacement procedure. Understand the new support package Due to backlogs… Read More »Calls for Support for Those Waiting for Joint Replacement

News: Single Parents Get Relief from Child Support and Income Programs, But They Still Face Energy Poverty and Bias

Some of the news articles on single parents described and linked in this article are clearly inspiring, but others may surprise and alarm you. They aspire to broaden our perspective and understanding of single parents and their experiences around the world. If you have any difficulty accessing these links, please feel free to email me at singleparentandstrong@gmail.com and I will send you PDFs of them. August is National Child Support Awareness Month Since 1995, child support organizations in the United States have recognized the importance of child support groups and social services that support single parent families. Former President Bill… Read More »News: Single Parents Get Relief from Child Support and Income Programs, But They Still Face Energy Poverty and Bias

Ways to Support Breast Cancer Survivors That Go Beyond Wearing Pink – SheKnows

Chances are, you know someone or have someone in your life who has experienced breast cancer in some way. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, regardless of race or ethnicity. According to Breastcancer.org, about one in eight women in the United States (about 12.4%) will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. Related story I had a mastectomy at 25 – Here’s why I documented it with before and after photos While this number seems overwhelming, there is good news. Breast cancer rates in the United States began… Read More »Ways to Support Breast Cancer Survivors That Go Beyond Wearing Pink – SheKnows

How to Support a Friend Through Pregnancy and Infant Loss

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, and it is important to recognize this, raise awareness and allow mothers affected by particular loss to come together and share their experiences. 1 in 4 women are affected by the loss of an infant, which means that even if you haven’t experienced it, someone you know has or will. The difficulty with losing an infant is the stigma and discomfort it brings to those around us. This discomfort comes from the stigma that we should not talk about it, that women should move forward as if nothing had happened. It couldn’t… Read More »How to Support a Friend Through Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Towards Improved Support for Medical Trainees Who Are Breastfeeding

Dr Helen Johnson Ironically, doctors have some of the lowest breastfeeding rates in the United States. Despite an acute awareness of the medical risks of not breastfeeding and a deep commitment to educating their patients about the importance of breastfeeding, many medical mothers face significant challenges in their own breastfeeding efforts. Medical trainees – including medical students, resident physicians, and fellows – are among the most vulnerable. This month’s IABLE podcast focuses on how to improve support for nursing interns who are breastfeeding. Dr Anne Eglash records the IABLE podcast. Medical trainees have busy schedules with little or no control… Read More »Towards Improved Support for Medical Trainees Who Are Breastfeeding

Team-based primary care breastfeeding support

(left to right) Samantha Walters IBCLC, Ann Witt, MD, IBCLC, Lauren Lasko APRN, IBCLC, Kristen Auletta, RN, IBCLC and Maya Bolman, RN, IBCLC team up and provide breastfeeding support. Imagine seeing a breastfeeding family two days after discharge from the hospital and having time to correct the latch, help manage engorgement, or review hand expression and supplementation for the baby with poor grip. weight. Support from health care providers improves initiation and duration of breastfeeding. Yet too often primary care providers (PCPs) do not have the time or knowledge to provide breastfeeding support after discharge from hospital. These challenges can… Read More »Team-based primary care breastfeeding support

Knowledge, understanding, and support can save lives

Maine Public Health: Knowledge, Understanding and Support Can Save Lives Knowledge, understanding and support can save lives From September 10-16, Maine joins the rest of the United States and the international community in celebrating World Suicide Prevention Week. Global Suicide Prevention Week is an opportunity to learn more about the role we can all play in suicide prevention and to commit to supporting the mental health of our family, friends and communities. In 2015, 235 Maine residents died by suicide, making suicide the second leading cause of death among Maine youth and young adults aged 15 to 34. Each death… Read More »Knowledge, understanding, and support can save lives

Introducing DTF: Our Supplement to Support Women’s Sexual Desire, Arousal, and Mood

We are not ashamed to say that we want help to kick-start our libido. We also know we’re not alone: ​​Daily stress and anxiety, hormonal fluctuations, and fatigue can all impact female libido and sexual health. (It’s wild here.) Our science and research team set out to create a supplement to help – something we could add to our sexual wellness toolbox to help overcome some of these common physiological barriers to desire. They started with Libifem® Fenugreek extract, which has been clinically proven to support healthy sexual arousal and desire in women. Then they added shatavari, a traditional adaptogen… Read More »Introducing DTF: Our Supplement to Support Women’s Sexual Desire, Arousal, and Mood

Social Support Reduces Risk of Isolation

Families socialize and have fun in Parenting Now’s children’s playroom. Between feedings, diaper changes, holding, rocking, and rocking, it can be easy to get caught up in the demands of parenthood, leaving little time to meet your own individual needs. It is not uncommon for new parents to feel sad, anxious, overwhelmed or depressed during the baby’s first year of life. Whether it’s a mild baby blues crisis or a more severe case of postpartum depression (PPD), there are local resources that can help get you back on track. Caring for baby is taking care of yourself One of the… Read More »Social Support Reduces Risk of Isolation

Rock Climbing & Acquired Disability Peer Support Group

Podcast: Play in a new window | To download Subscribe: Christina Leffmann, or Roma as she prefers to be called, is passionate about indoor and outdoor rock climbing as well as the peer support group for acquired disabilities that she has created. In June, Roma traveled to Salt Lake City to compete in the national para-climbing championships (you can see Roma climbing at 12:30 p.m. in the video). In her early twenties, Roma suffered a series of strokes and identifies herself as having a acquired disability which is different from being born with a disability or aging with a disability.… Read More »Rock Climbing & Acquired Disability Peer Support Group

18 year old Emily needs your support for Euro campaign – Swindon Barbell

Emily started powerlifting with Swindon Barbell in January 2017 as the club’s outreach section. It was a weekly session organized at New College to allow their students to diversify the sports available to them. What a success this turned out to be. She entered her first novice competition that year, just months after starting it. She then competed in an affiliate competition hosted by Swindon Barbell where she managed to qualify to compete in the British Classic and Equipped Championships. Opting for the equipped champions, she competed in January 2018 against fierce competition, but came out victorious and won her… Read More »18 year old Emily needs your support for Euro campaign – Swindon Barbell

AdhereHealth Join Forces with Health Connect America to Support Medication Adherence For Managing Mental and Behavioral Health Conditions

October 52021 AdhereHealth Partners with Health Connect America to Support Medication Adherence for Management of Mental and Behavioral Health Issues Jason Rose, CEO, AdhereHealth JoinHealth, a health technology pharmaceutical company specializing in adherence knowledge and health outcomes, today announced a new partnership with Health Connect America (HCA), a manager of mental health services and behavioral multistate. The new collaboration provides HCA’s pediatric and adult clients with immediate access to AdhereRX digital pharmacy services, including personalized compliance packaging and drug delivery services designed specifically for underserved and high-risk patients. “Our collaboration with AdhereHealth digital pharmacy will have a significant impact on… Read More »AdhereHealth Join Forces with Health Connect America to Support Medication Adherence For Managing Mental and Behavioral Health Conditions

Partner making a lifestyle change? Here’s how to support them. | Jacksonville Center for Sexual Health

Feb. 20, 2018 Noelle Pomeroy Partner making a lifestyle change? Here’s how to support them. Your partner wants to start exercising, dieting, or sleeping better. Behavior change is difficult, so support is essential. But it has to be the right kind of support. Assuming that as a loving person you want to help, what can you do? The first thing is to recognize that this effort is not yours. Sure, you might have been successful in losing weight by running 10 miles a day and only eating asparagus, but everyone is different. This is his attempt and they must choose… Read More »Partner making a lifestyle change? Here’s how to support them. | Jacksonville Center for Sexual Health

Iran unable to take new refugee burden without external support: Official

An Iranian government official told the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) that the country would no longer be able to resettle Afghan migrants without the appropriate help from the international community. Mehdi Mahmoudi, head of the Department of Foreigners and Migrants at Iran’s Interior Ministry, said on Tuesday that funds provided by donor countries and international organizations have covered only 5% of the costs of Iran’s efforts to resettle millions of Afghans displaced by the war. and activism in recent decades. Addressing the annual meeting of the UNHCR Executive Committee, Mahmoudi said Iran cannot bear a new burden of refugees… Read More »Iran unable to take new refugee burden without external support: Official

Best Ankle Support for Torn Ligaments

Tearing an ankle ligament is a painful and frustrating experience. When this happens, your immediate need is for support and relief. Ankle supports promise to provide this, but not all of them are. Here, we’ll take a look at the 3 best ankle supports for torn ligaments, along with the reasons why you should use a support. Why use an ankle support for torn ligaments? All kinds of braces will provide support to your muscles, ligaments, and tendons. When you suffer from a ligament tear, you need to limit the movement of the affected foot. An ankle brace will help… Read More »Best Ankle Support for Torn Ligaments

How to Support Cellular Health: The Five “R’s”

Yesterday we discussed the alarming impact that materials in our environment, our food, our water, our household products can have on our cellular health. Heavy metals and toxins that enter our bodily systems are responsible for all kinds of cellular damage that will not only hamper athletic performance, but likely lead to a decline in optimal health and trigger disease states. How can our fitness clients cope with the inevitable exposure to environmental toxins and reduce the damage to our cellular health? Discover the five “Rs” of cell regeneration. Regeneration of the cellular network in the body requires following the… Read More »How to Support Cellular Health: The Five “R’s”

» Search Inc. Celebrates Direct Support Professional Week | Disability Blog

Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) are the heart and soul of Search Inc. They provide the support that enables the people we serve to live life to the fullest every day. Search celebrated our wonderful DSPs during DSP Appreciation Week, held September 12-19e, 2021. This year, our research team thanked our amazing DSP team with daily Zoom Celebration calls, a special research gift, and more. This week is just a small celebration of the appreciation and gratitude we have for our DSPs 365 days a year! Cory Gumm, CEO Here are some thoughts from the research department: THANK YOU to our… Read More »» Search Inc. Celebrates Direct Support Professional Week | Disability Blog

Get Out and Support Your Local Fairfax Businesses This Spring

It might be the warmer weather, the longer days, or being fully vaccinated – or a combination of all three – but spring has us ready to get out of the house and have some fun! Fortunately, Fairfax has a strong restaurant and retail scene that we can all support. If you’re looking for ways to get to town and make new memories with your friends or family this season, this list of ideas can get you started. Use the energy of spring to get creative Have all the colorful spring flowers made you want to create? A girls night… Read More »Get Out and Support Your Local Fairfax Businesses This Spring

Support for Managing RA Symptoms

Natalie Decker is a Chronic Strength Champion, which means she doesn’t just control her pain – she fights. Read on to find out how Natalie is pushed to overcome her rheumatoid arthritis. Most of my life I have known two things for sure: 1) I always wanted to be a NASCAR driver; and 2) being born with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JAR) would not prevent me from leading an active and fulfilling life. Now, at the age of 24, I can say with pleasure that I have kept my commitments to both, as one of the best young drivers in the… Read More »Support for Managing RA Symptoms

Increasing Awareness and Finding Support

By Melissa Liu, 17, editor-in-chief April 30, 2021 Did you know that April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month? As April draws to a close, we should be aware of the prevalence and impact of sexual assault each month. With that in mind, here’s some basic information about sexual assault as well as who to turn to if you’ve experienced sexual assault. What is sexual assault? People may not always know what sexual assault looks like. An important resource that can help you is RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network). RAINN is the largest sexual violence organization in… Read More »Increasing Awareness and Finding Support

Senator Murray & Rep. Kilmer Reintroduce Wild Olympics Bill with Groundswell of New Support from Peninsula Tribes, Mayors & Businesses

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wild Olympics Media Image Gallery Senator Murray & Representative Kilmer Reintroduce Wild Olympics Bill with Groundswell of New Support from Peninsula Tribes, Mayors & Businesses Citing benefits to Olympic Peninsula salmon recovery, local jobs, economy, & clean water, the Quinault, Quileute, Elwha, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribes and mayors of Port Angeles, Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Port Townsend, Elma and Ocean Shores joined more than 800 local businesses, elected officials, farms, faith leaders, sportsmen, conservation & recreation groups now backing Wild Olympics QUILCENE, Wash. (May 9, 2019) Today, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) and U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer (D-WA-06) reintroduced the… Read More »Senator Murray & Rep. Kilmer Reintroduce Wild Olympics Bill with Groundswell of New Support from Peninsula Tribes, Mayors & Businesses

Wild Olympics Bill Rides Wave of New Local Support through House Hearing

                                                      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                  July 10th, 2019 Wild Olympics Media Image Gallery of The Proposal  Wild Olympics Bill Rides Wave of New Local Support through House Hearing New endorsers cite economic growth, clean water, salmon recovery as Representative Kilmer & local business leader testify QUILCENE, Wash. (July 10, 2019) The Wild Olympics Coalition today cheered a hearing in the U.S. House of Representatives Natural Resources Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests, and Public Lands of… Read More »Wild Olympics Bill Rides Wave of New Local Support through House Hearing

Wild Olympics Rides Wave of Local Support out of Key House Committee!!!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                           Wild Olympics Media Image Gallery of The Proposal New Wild Olympics Video: video   Wild Olympics Bill Rides Wave of Broad Local Support out of Key House Committee Olympic Peninsula Tribes, Sportsmen groups, business leaders, local officials cite benefits to local economy, clean water, salmon recovery, hunting & fishing Wild Olympics Campaign releases new video of local supporters in celebration of key milestone   QUILCENE, Wash. (December 5th, 2019) –The Wild Olympics Coalition today cheered the passage of the Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (H.R. 2642) out of the U.S. House of… Read More »Wild Olympics Rides Wave of Local Support out of Key House Committee!!!

More Peninsula Businesses, CEOs, Manufacturers, Local Elected Officials Announce Support of Wild Olympics Act as Senate holds Hearing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 16, 2021               Media Resources:Wild Olympics Media Image Gallery of The ProposalVideo: Voices from the Wild Olympics                         More Peninsula Businesses, CEOs, Manufacturers, Local Elected Officials Announce Support of Wild Olympics Act as Senate holds Hearing Call measure vital to protect scenery and high “Quality of Life,” driving growth, attracting talent & creating jobs in local economy (Quilcene, WA ) Dozens of additional local CEOs, businesses, and local elected officials from multiple sectors of the economy announced their support for the Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild & Scenic Rivers Act today as the bill received a positive… Read More »More Peninsula Businesses, CEOs, Manufacturers, Local Elected Officials Announce Support of Wild Olympics Act as Senate holds Hearing

6 Support Groups for Transgender Youth in Toronto and the GTA| McLean Clinic

Discovering your gender identity and deciding to make a bold transition and express yourself authentically can be an emotional process for young people. In a world that believes in and enforces gender stereotypes, the process of “coming out” can make the individual extremely vulnerable to internalized oppression, isolation and alienation, exposing them to the risk of loss of life. family support as well as bullying at school. These critical contributing factors have a huge impact on mental health and general well-being. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, LGBTQ + youth are approximately 14 times at risk for suicide and… Read More »6 Support Groups for Transgender Youth in Toronto and the GTA| McLean Clinic

Social Media Gives Support to LGBTQ Youth When In-Person Communities Are Lacking

By Linda Charmaraman, Wellesley College Today’s teens have grown up on the internet and social media has served as a space where LGBTQ youth in particular can develop their identities. LGBTQ Youth Online Experiences Scholarships have traditionally focused on cyberbullying. But understanding both the risks and the benefits of online support is key to helping LGBTQ youth thrive, both online and offline. I am a senior scientific researcher studying the benefits and challenges of social technology in adolescents and the use of digital media. My colleagues, Rachel Hodes and Amanda Richer, and I recently conducted a study on the experiences… Read More »Social Media Gives Support to LGBTQ Youth When In-Person Communities Are Lacking

ChiLiving Founders Continue To Support New Leadership

ChiLiving founders continue to support new leaders Katherine and Danny Dreyer, co-founders of ChiLiving, which includes ChiWalking and ChiRunning, recently announced their retirement from the company. Over the past 20 years, Katherine and Danny have worked tirelessly to create the ChiWalking and ChiRunning brands. They entered retirement with a full summary of their accomplishments. Katherine has served as a business developer for the company and her publishing, course creation, online content marketing, and licensing strategies have enabled worldwide distribution of the technique. Danny, the creative thinker and master of intelligent movement, effortlessly shared and taught complex content in a way… Read More »ChiLiving Founders Continue To Support New Leadership

Announcing the launch of the Continuity of Care (CoC) in Breastfeeding Support: a Blueprint for communities

La Semaine mondiale de l’allaitement maternel 2021 est à nos portes ! Il y a tellement de choses à célébrer cette semaine et tout au long du mois d’août avec le Mois national de l’allaitement maternel (MNB) tout en reconnaissant tout le travail qu’il reste à faire. Notre Voie Lactée a rencontré Harumi Reis-Reilly, analyste principal de programme de la National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), MS, CNS, LDN CHES, IBCLC et assistant principal de programme Erika Ennis, CLC, et nous sommes heureux de vous aider à annoncer le lancement du Continuité des soins (CoC) dans le… Read More »Announcing the launch of the Continuity of Care (CoC) in Breastfeeding Support: a Blueprint for communities

Supportive Community to Support Each Other

Meet Lisa Pozzoni Lisa Pozzoni, is a first generation Italian-American born in Massachusetts. Raised bilingual, Lisa attended grades 5-8 in Italy. Lisa received her BA in Spanish from Arizona State University and continues to live in Arizona. Lisa has been a ChiRunning / ChiWalking instructor since 2010 and became a Master Instructor in 2014. Lisa has worked in business for over 12 years, climbing the ranks to become Assistant Vice President and managing up to 100 people. She left her career in 2005 and focused on her personal health and well-being. She lost 40 pounds and 16% body weight, which… Read More »Supportive Community to Support Each Other

Celebrating Direct Support Professionals – Summit County Developmental Disabilities Board

DSP Appreciation Week September 12-18: Celebration of Direct Support Professionals Summit DD works with dozens of community organizations that provide the frontline services that people with disabilities rely on every day to work, live and engage in their communities. These organizations are made up of professionals called Direct Support Professionals, or DSPs. DSPs know that what they do is more than just a job. They support people at home so that they can live independently. DSPs provide the transportation people with disabilities rely on to get to work, appointments and other community activities. And they also offer practical job training… Read More »Celebrating Direct Support Professionals – Summit County Developmental Disabilities Board

Swirl, Sip & Support the Charles Regional Medical Center

Bring the party home and enjoy a unique wine or beer package while supporting an important cause in our community – your local hospitals. It’s one of our most popular and anticipated fundraisers every year – and it all goes to support the needs of our local hospitals. You can get full event details and preview the available packages and sponsorship levels below. Please note, availability is limited! Virtual event logistics What can you expect from a wine tasting event without a venue? It’s still all the fun (and all the wine!), Just on your own personal calendar. On the… Read More »Swirl, Sip & Support the Charles Regional Medical Center

Base of Support / Center of Gravity Explained For Every Throw

JUDO TECHNIQUES: Base of support / Center of gravity explained on each throw This video applies to all throws, not just all Hip – wast (Goshi) throws, including Koshi Guruma (Koshi being just another version of Goshi) and Uchi-Mata (Yes Uchi Mata is a hip throw which you just saw where it is placed in Nage No Kata) but also all the so called shoulder throws like Ippon Seoi-Nage (single back throw), the throw that the video uses to demonstrate and all the Seoi-Nage throws. While each of the above throws and more will benefit significantly from understanding balance in… Read More »Base of Support / Center of Gravity Explained For Every Throw

Support Aris Leonidis – JudoCrazy

Last year at the European Championships in Porec, Croatia, there was a terrible accident resulting in a serious injury to one of our judo family members. Rising star Aris Leonidis of Greece suffered a very serious spinal injury and was immediately operated on, before transport was arranged to allow him to return home to Greece and enter a program of intensive rehabilitation. He is treated at the KAT general hospital and at the ANIMUS recovery and rehabilitation center. He needs our financial support. Anything you can contribute will go a long way. The Hellenic Judo Association has helped the Ministry… Read More »Support Aris Leonidis – JudoCrazy

What We Know About Cognitive Function And How We Can Support It

Our brain performs several essential functions that allow us to live normally. They allow us to think, speak and make decisions. Over time, however, our brains tend to deteriorate, as does the rest of our body. This decrease will gradually lead to a decrease in the quality of life. Here we will see how to recognize cognitive function disorders and some of the natural remedies that can be used to slow or stop their progression. Studies show that Carbon60 can promote cognitive impairment by improving the function of mitochondria, which are involved in memory and cognition. However, let’s start by… Read More »What We Know About Cognitive Function And How We Can Support It

Best Pregnancy Support Belts and Bands 2021

If you’re pregnant and have growing tummy pains or simply feel like you need some extra belly support during your pregnancy, start looking for a pregnancy support belt. Doctors suggest that wearing pregnancy belts can provide pain and fatigue relief during your pregnancy. What is a pregnancy belt? Pregnancy support belts are wide re-enforced fabric belts designed for support and comfort during your pregnancy. They fit just under your bump and help lift it up slightly, alleviating some of the weight from your tummy and back. If you walk a lot or are feeling uncomfortable during your pregnancy, or if you’re expecting twins, you will probably want to invest in a pregnancy support… Read More »Best Pregnancy Support Belts and Bands 2021

Worried how to support the kids you love going back to school? We have – Flow and Grow Kids Yoga

By Lara Hocheiser, Founder / Owner of Flow and Grow Kids Yoga and teacher trainer Quick, duck! The school year is approaching and you don’t want to get slapped! Just kidding – let’s move forward in full consciousness towards this academic year, as role models for a conscious, kind and conscious life. According to PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States), the children around us are going to need extra support; “Despite favorable conditions, we find that students have made little or no progress in learning at home. The learning loss was more pronounced among… Read More »Worried how to support the kids you love going back to school? We have
– Flow and Grow Kids Yoga

Tiger paws for gymnastics wrist support ( 2021 Review ) – Jusifying Fun | Gymnastics | kids play activities | backyard play

Tiger Paws are a competition grade wrist support that gymnasts can wear. If you are doing gymnastics, tumbling, or cheerleading, you should wear tiger paws to make sure you protect your wrists, especially when doing kip training and practicing barbell and jumping techniques. Gymnastics involves physical movements that often put a lot of weight and pressure directly on your wrists. I know it’s no fun having to wear something on your arm while you play, but soon you won’t even realize you’re wearing a gymnastic tiger paw. At first, they feel a bit stiff and restrictive, but quickly become loose… Read More »Tiger paws for gymnastics wrist support ( 2021 Review ) – Jusifying Fun | Gymnastics | kids play activities | backyard play

It’s Prep Season, Support Me or Get Out of My Way… If You Are Dealing With A Competitor Read This!

The preparation season is upon us and a lot of my friends and competitors are getting ready for their next season of competitions, I am also part of this group. As we wrap up all the first few months of the New Year and venture harder into our diets and cuts for the stage, I always like to mention some of the common issues that I personally face during my prep season, and I’m sure some of you can relate too. My family is very used to my crazy diets for my shows. Personally, I try to warn my family… Read More »It’s Prep Season, Support Me or Get Out of My Way… If You Are Dealing With A Competitor Read This!

Feelings of Failure and The Support Needed

Have you ever felt like a shitty friend? A horrible sister? A horrible mother, teacher, acquaintance, colleague … you understand. We are all hard on ourselves. We criticize ourselves harshly and judge others critically and at the end of the day we live our lives hoping to impress others. My grandfather, probably one of the most intellectual, straightforward, and honest men I have ever met, told me, “We live our lives to impress others. We buy things we can’t afford to impress people we don’t like. I know this has been quoted over the years by many different people, but… Read More »Feelings of Failure and The Support Needed

Base of Support / Center of Gravity Explained For Every Throw

JUDO TECHNIQUES: Base of support / Center of gravity explained on each throw This video applies to all throws, not just all Hip – wast (Goshi) throws, including Koshi Guruma (Koshi being just another version of Goshi) and Uchi-Mata (Yes Uchi Mata is a hip throw which you just saw where it is placed in Nage No Kata) but also all the so called shoulder throws like Ippon Seoi-Nage (single back throw), the throw that the video uses to demonstrate and all the Seoi-Nage throws. While each of the above throws and more will benefit significantly from understanding balance in… Read More »Base of Support / Center of Gravity Explained For Every Throw

Key players support Ronald Koeman after Barcelona defeat at Benfica

By Andrew Thompson Posted: September 29, 2021 10:48 P.M. Last update: September 29, 2021 10:51 PM Barcelona collapse after heavy Champions League defeat at Benfica Spanish juggernaut Barcelona crashed and burned down on a Champions League night in Lisbon when they were beaten 3-0 by Portuguese giants SL Benfica at Estádio da Luz tonight, sparking new speculation on the lifespan of boss Ronald Koeman on the Camp Nou sideline. Ronald Koeman: “I feel supported, very supported by my players here in Barcelona. And by the club? I do not know…”. ?? #FCB # Barça pic.twitter.com/QaDUbtouFc -Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 29,… Read More »Key players support Ronald Koeman after Barcelona defeat at Benfica

Update 23 – Gymnastics Ontario | Guidance to Support Proof of Vaccination Policy

Today, the government released regulations and guidelines for businesses and organizations to help them implement proof of vaccination requirements, which come into effect on September 22, 2021. Require proof vaccination will help increase vaccination rates, protect people in high-risk indoor environments, and keep businesses open. “High COVID-19 immunization rates are essential to help protect our communities and hospital capacity while keeping Ontario’s schools and businesses safe,” said Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health. “As we continue our last mile to increase immunization rates, requiring proof of immunization in certain settings will encourage even more Ontarians to receive the… Read More »Update 23 – Gymnastics Ontario | Guidance to Support Proof of Vaccination Policy

The 11 Best To Support Your Production

Collagen is a family of proteins which are in fact the most abundant proteins in the animal kingdom. In fact, there are at least 28 types of collagen that we know of that exist in vertebrates (yes, including us), but types I, II, and III are the most common in the human body. The role of collagen in the body is vital: it helps build the structure of our skin, bones, cartilage and muscles, in order to help the tissues to be more elastic and to resist stretching ( thus, for example, it keeps the skin young and supple). *… Read More »The 11 Best To Support Your Production

Fujitsu “Judging Support System” – Gymnastics Coaching.com

Fujitsu working at 2021 Worlds, sure. Analyze more routines for their database. A webinar was posted: FIG and Fujitsu to discuss AI ‘judging support system’ Watanabe speaks English in the video. He has really improved in recent years. He points out that other sports use video analysis. Tennis and baseball, for example. But judging support is only one of the goals of the project. Steve Boucher details other uses. Fujitsu expects all 10 art devices to be ready by 2024. (Progress seems slow to me.) Through end of 2022 the “Training support system“should be ready. I would love to have… Read More »Fujitsu “Judging Support System” – Gymnastics Coaching.com

The Gut-Brain Connection: How It Works, How to Support It

You’ve probably used the expressions, “I have butterflies in my stomach”, “I have a feeling about it” or “I have a hollow in the stomach”. Have you ever wondered why so many of these sayings involve our brain and our stomach? The answer is the gut-brain connection. It turns out that your nervous stomach is no coincidence. In fact, the more we learn about the human gut, or our gut microbiome, the clearer it becomes that this is really our “second brain.” You probably already know that leaky gut syndrome is linked to serious conditions and illnesses. It turns out… Read More »The Gut-Brain Connection: How It Works, How to Support It

Top 8 Best Yoga Bolsters to Support Your Practice (aka Yoga Pillow)

Sometimes your mat just isn’t supportive enough. Do you ever wish you could just release a little bit more during yoga class? What if you could take pressure off your low back or add some more height and comfort to your favorite asanas? A yoga pillow or yoga bolster is the ultimate support for a regular yoga practice. Bolsters help open up the heart in restorative poses. They can be used as a cushion for your tailbone or knees. They can add height that improves stretching and helps you relax into specific asanas. As a bonus, they make excellent meditation… Read More »Top 8 Best Yoga Bolsters to Support Your Practice (aka Yoga Pillow)

3 Ways To Support Your Body’s Natural Detox Process

Are you considering a trendy juice cleanse? Combine these 3 techniques to support your body’s natural detoxification process with a healthy, personalized diet instead. Have you ever wondered if you need to do a ‘cleanse’ or a ‘detox? “ (Especially after more than 2 months of vacation fun.) Whether it’s a juice fast or a 3 day spa retreat, the idea of ​​doing something, anythingGoing back to a “blank slate” is incredibly appealing whether you have health issues or just put on a few extra pounds. But do you really need to cleanse or detoxify your body? The answer is… Read More »3 Ways To Support Your Body’s Natural Detox Process

Father-Daughter duo running London Marathon to support girls in India

Everyone who stands at the start line of a marathon has their own reasons for being there, but for Michael and Annie Messenger, their goal goes far beyond just reaching the finish line. On Sunday October 3, the father-daughter duo from Oakville, Ontario. will run the London Marathon in support of World Vision Rise Up Girls from India program. RELATED: Sponsor-a-Song: The New Way To Fundraise The aim of the program is to help girls in India stay in school by providing safe and clean toilets in their schools. While this may seem insignificant, Michael says that 47% of schools… Read More »Father-Daughter duo running London Marathon to support girls in India

How To Support Both Your Mental & Immune Well-Being

This means that when you try to relax at night, your body prepares to flee or fight danger – not exactly a peaceful, dreamlike state, right? And poor sleep affects more than your mood the next morning. Research published in the Physiological examinations The newspaper states that “sleep and immunity are two-way linked.” As integrative family physician Bindiya Gandhi, MD, once explained to mbg, sleep helps manage the production of the stress hormone cortisol, and allows the immune system to rest, repair and produce helper T lymphocytes to participate in the immune response. The impact that suboptimal mental well-being can… Read More »How To Support Both Your Mental & Immune Well-Being

#BfNConf21 Guest Blog: Breastfeeding, Peer Support and Perinatal Mental Health

Smita Hanciles writes about the need for more cohesive support encompassing breastfeeding and perinatal mental health services. To learn more about this topic, come attend the BfN virtual conference on October 2, where Smita will be giving a presentation. Click here for full details and tickets. Up to 20% of new mothers and pregnant women suffer from a perinatal mental health problem (PMS). Depressive and anxiety disorders are the most common, affecting 15% of women. However, those numbers predate the pandemic in which women and their families have faced additional pressures on their mental health, including anxiety about giving birth… Read More »#BfNConf21 Guest Blog: Breastfeeding, Peer Support and Perinatal Mental Health

Living with Prostate Cancer: How to Support Your Partner

When your partner has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, many thoughts may cross your mind. Will he be alright? How to best support it? If he is undergoing treatment, how quickly will he be able to resume his regular activities? Are there any changes we should be making to our diet and lifestyle? Given these many questions, you’ll want to find answers on how best to support your partner, both emotionally and physically. Here are some tips to help you support your loved one after you are diagnosed with prostate cancer. Learn the facts about living with prostate cancer Prostate… Read More »Living with Prostate Cancer: How to Support Your Partner

Creating a Caring Community of Learners to Support Social and Emotional Learning

Several years ago, I was very fortunate to participate in a training of trainers for developmentally appropriate practice at the NAEYC annual conference for early childhood educators. We have learned that a key part of developmentally appropriate practice is to create a caring community of learners. While this has always been important, I feel like the renewed emphasis on social and emotional learning makes this idea even more relevant. This goes hand in hand with CASEL’s core social and emotional learning competency in relationship skills. First, to create a caring community of learners, teachers must provide warm, caring and responsive… Read More »Creating a Caring Community of Learners to Support Social and Emotional Learning

Team Building Outings At Executive Courses Can Help Support Corporate Wellbeing –

Create a culture of health Corporate wellness programs may be underestimated, but they have the potential to improve the culture and quality of an entire organization. Connecting your employees’ well-being and organizational success starts with providing them with the right mindset so that they are more likely to do quality work. Team Building: Camaraderie, Relations, Experiences How to create opportunities for well-being? Team Building is one of the best ways to build camaraderie within your workplace by going out and building quality relationships and experiences with your coworkers. This will not only improve the way interactions in your workplace occur,… Read More »Team Building Outings At Executive Courses Can Help Support Corporate Wellbeing –

Resource Highlight: 2 Spirited People of The 1st Nations

By source of adolescent health 2 fiery people from the 1st nations provide prevention education and support for Two-Spirit people, including First Nations, Métis and Inuit living with or at risk of contracting HIV and related co-infections in the Greater Toronto Area. Their work is based on indigenous philosophies of holistic health and wellness. In many Indigenous cultures and traditions, the term “two-spirit” referred to people who carried both male and female spirits. These people were considered a third sex in many cases and in almost all cultures they were honored and revered. Two-Spirit people were often the visionaries, healers,… Read More »Resource Highlight: 2 Spirited People of The 1st Nations

World Breastfeeding Week 2021: Lactation Consultants Critical to the Chain of Support

As a breastfeeding professional, you know that successful breastfeeding or breastfeeding rarely happens in isolation. Parents who provide breast milk to their babies need the support of health care providers, partners and extended families, employers and communities at large to thrive. Each person contacted by a parent forms a link in the chain. The stronger the links, the more likely they are to achieve their goals. This year, World Breastfeeding Week will focus on how to build stronger links for a better chain. SM 2021 Where are you in the chain that protects and promotes breastfeeding around the world? As… Read More »World Breastfeeding Week 2021: Lactation Consultants Critical to the Chain of Support

Essential Oils to Support Clean Skin from Within

Les huiles essentielles soutiennent une peau propre de l’intérieur Votre peau est le plus grand organe de votre corps. Il joue un rôle important à la fois en vous protégeant de l’absorption des toxines et en aidant à éliminer les déchets, surtout lorsque les autres organes de détoxification sont débordés ou surchargés. Lorsque vos organes d’élimination – y compris votre lymphe, votre foie, votre vésicule biliaire et vos reins sont surchargés ou congestionnés – votre corps élimine les toxines par la peau qui peuvent se présenter sous forme d’affections cutanées comme l’acné, la rosacée, l’eczéma ou le psoriasis. Les huiles… Read More »Essential Oils to Support Clean Skin from Within

PBS Responds to Coronavirus Pandemic With Programming and Online Content to Keep Americans Informed and Support Families and Educators » Mompreneur.buzz

ARLINGTON, Virginia– (BUSINESS WIRE) –#PBS– As concerns about the global coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) continue to grow, PBS presents a collection of programs and resources with timely and relevant information on the spread of the virus. Content includes a new prime-time schedule, CONFRONTING CORONAVIRUS: A PBS NEWSHOUR SPECIAL, which features interviews with officials and a virtual town hall with curated questions from across the country; an upcoming documentary, FRONTLINE “Coronavirus pandemic”, on the government’s response to the epidemic; and a new episode of IT’S OK TO BE SMART by PBS Digital Studios focused on preventing the spread of germs. Additional online… Read More »PBS Responds to Coronavirus Pandemic With Programming and Online Content to Keep Americans Informed and Support Families and Educators » Mompreneur.buzz

How to support breastfeeding parents: Being a link in a chain

By Tracy Alsup, Lactation Consultant CHOC August 1-7 is World Breastfeeding Week, and this year’s theme centers on shared responsibility for breastfeeding. The World Alliance for Action on Breastfeeding (WABA) has selected a campaign for 2021 to “build back better” after the COVID-19 pandemic by creating a warm chain of breastfeeding support. This warm chain emphasizes the important role each member of the community plays in supporting a mother during her breastfeeding journey. Each link in the warm chain represents a critical support person who delivers consistent messages to protect and promote breastfeeding for 1,000 days – from conception until… Read More »How to support breastfeeding parents: Being a link in a chain

Light as a Feather, Sturdy Support

On Cloud Running Shoes: Monochrome Edition Disclaimer: I am not a runner. I wear running shoes to train because they cushion my joints better than other types of fitness shoes (I do an elliptical, rowing, and weight type workout). If you’re looking for reviews of this shoe from real runners, check out On-Running.com. But if you have compromised joints, but still enjoy working out, read on. And if you decide to try a pair of them, I hope you like them as much as I do. I first heard about the Swiss racing company On, while browsing newcomers to Zappos.… Read More »Light as a Feather, Sturdy Support

Support The Shoe Snob Blog

This year marked my 11th year on the blog and this post will mark the 2,282nd post that I have written. Imagine that ?! Sometimes I can’t believe it. 11 years is a long time and more than 2000 messages is a lot of typed words. But here I am, still going strong and doing my best to keep up with the times, incorporating videos as well as different styles of messages. My ultimate goal is to make the blog a real online periodical but where you can access all the archives easily and for free (naturally). This is an… Read More »Support The Shoe Snob Blog

13 Ways To Support Local And NJMOMs

We all deserve a treat after last year, so this Mother’s Day why not ask (or give!) Something that truly celebrates you and all the moms in your life. And support other mothers and locals, especially now, is one thing we can do to raise moms and spread love. From sweet treats and fresh flowers to jewelry and spa treatments, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Mother’s Day gift ideas from our own NJMOMpreneurs and local places around NJ. Scroll down for what to get and what to get, and make this Mother’s Day one to remember. featured image… Read More »13 Ways To Support Local And NJMOMs

Experience True Support – Cosabella

Are you looking for supportive bras? If so, we understand that most of our customers put support first. A supportive bra gives you the confidence to go out and face your day knowing that you won’t have any fashion issues or, more generally, discomfort. However, there is more to a bra than just support. The material and design play a huge role in your overall comfort when wearing any type of bra. An irritating hook or uncomfortable fabric can be as bad as a bra that doesn’t give you full support. At Cosabella, our products are designed not only for… Read More »Experience True Support – Cosabella

How to Support New Parents

How to support new parents You’ve seen the precious photos, learned the birth weight, and discussed the baby’s appearance. After wishing sincere congratulations to the amazing new parents, you want to lend a helping hand after they bring home their beautiful bundle of joy. Where to start? It is common to find it difficult to determine what would be of benefit to parents. After thinking about what you could do, you can opt for a gift card or cash. Take a minute to consider other beneficial options for gifting, besides cash. Help new parents in the short term Instead of… Read More »How to Support New Parents

COVID update for support people staying at Norwest Private Hospital

The hospital advised … Support persons are ENCOURAGED to stay within the hospital grounds for the duration. If a support person leaves the hospital grounds to go home / shop, etc., they MUST have a valid negative swab result on their phone before they can return to the unit. We suggested that it might be better to have a swab every 48 hours to allow 24 hours for a result to return. This does not mean that they have to have a swab taken every time they leave the hospital. They just need a valid swab. If a valid swab… Read More »COVID update for support people staying at Norwest Private Hospital

This Best Selling Supplement Will Aid in Joint Support

Men’s Journal aims to present only the best products and services. We update when possible, but offers expire and prices may change. If you buy something through one of our links, we may earn a commission. Questions? Contact us at shop@mensjournal.com. The older we get, the harder it is on our joints. It’s like that. Walking, running and exercising all put pressure on our joints, which gradually breaks them down. Some of us have worse joint pain than others. But with the Glucosamine Joint Support Supplement, you can help keep your joints loose and flexible. How the Glucosamine Joint Support… Read More »This Best Selling Supplement Will Aid in Joint Support

8 places to get the best support for your WordPress website

Lorsque vous avez des questions sur WordPress, vous pouvez être tenté de vous tourner vers votre moteur de recherche préféré pour obtenir des réponses. Cependant, ce n’est pas toujours la meilleure approche. Bien qu’il y ait beaucoup d’informations en ligne, il y a aussi très peu de contrôle de qualité. Heureusement, il existe des sites réputés où vous pouvez trouver une assistance précise, fiable et à jour. Ajoutez ces ressources à vos favoris et le meilleur support pour votre site Web WordPress ne sera jamais qu’à un clic. Si vous avez des questions, nous savons où trouver des réponses. Dans… Read More »8 places to get the best support for your WordPress website

Housing Support for Age-Friendly Communities Available Through CHAPA’s Municipal Engagement Initiative

The Citizens Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA) Municipal Engagement Initiative aims to strengthen support for the production of affordable housing in Commonwealth communities, which presents an opportunity for age-friendly communities or regions. As part of this initiative, CHAPA is currently looking for 2-3 additional communities under their Municipal engagement initiative and 3-4 communities under our MEI Lite program. Municipal governments and community organizations across the Commonwealth are encouraged to submit a application. CHAPA staff will work with community groups and municipalities to lead public education efforts in support of housing production, with an emphasis on affordable housing. Staff will work… Read More »Housing Support for Age-Friendly Communities Available Through CHAPA’s Municipal Engagement Initiative

10 Ways To Support Your Visually Impaired Children – 5 Brilliant Lower Ab Exercises to Strengthen Your Core

Learning that your child has a visual impairment may make you wonder how you can help them adjust to and support the world around them. Often times, optometrists can help correct the visual impairment, but if it is a more serious problem, you must learn to be your child’s best advocate along this journey. You and your child are not alone. About 7% of school-aged children have some form of vision problem. Common vision problems include myopia, hyperopia, high myopia, astigmatism, ptosis, and amblyopia. Each of them can range from mild to severe. Other vision problems arise from the brain… Read More »10 Ways To Support Your Visually Impaired Children – 5 Brilliant Lower Ab Exercises to Strengthen Your Core

How to Support Your Own Emotional Wellness

Poor emotional health can weaken your body’s immune system, cause insomnia, chest pain, and a whole load of blood. other physical problems. It also causes you to feel dissatisfied, unhappy, and a sense of hopelessness which leads to more serious mental health issues. A lot of people don’t take care of their emotional well-being or don’t know how to take care of it. But when you do, life is worth so much more. And you will find that you thrive, not just that you survive. Ready to start your journey to better emotional well-being? Here are some ways to empower… Read More »How to Support Your Own Emotional Wellness

10 Ways To Support Your Back When You Work From Home – 5 Ways to Build Lower Abs – wikiHow Fitness

Working from home has become a common situation for office workers since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Most workplaces closed in March 2020, and although the world has made huge strides in tackling the virus, many office workers have decided to continue working from home through 2021. There are ups and downs in any work situation, and working from home is no different. We can all list the pros and cons of any working life we ​​have had in the past – but one of the main advantages of working from home is that you have more control over… Read More »10 Ways To Support Your Back When You Work From Home – 5 Ways to Build Lower Abs – wikiHow Fitness

Iran will continue support for Lebanon resistance, boost all-out ties: FM

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said the worthy resistance of the Lebanese people against the Zionist enemy and takfiri is “a source of honor and pride for all the nations of the region and freedom seekers. », Swearing that the Islamic Republic will continue to support the resistance front. During a meeting with the representative of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah in Iran, Abdullah Safioddin, on Wednesday, Amir-Abdollahian stressed that the Islamic Republic is ready to reach out to the Arab nation on various fronts. He conveyed Iran’s congratulations to Lebanon for forming a new government and expressed hope that… Read More »Iran will continue support for Lebanon resistance, boost all-out ties: FM

Smart Ways to Support Your College Student This Year

Whether it’s your child’s first year or last year, students always need the support of their families. University allows students a little freedom, and it can be both exciting and overwhelming. This past year has radically changed the way the college operates. Some schools have decided to be completely virtual due to the pandemic. Other colleges take the risk of offering in-person classes. The pandemic has undoubtedly added some stress to college students. In addition, the prices of universities continue to rise, which adds a financial burden to many students. College kids now need a little more love and support,… Read More »Smart Ways to Support Your College Student This Year

Shaken, But Not Stirred: Part 4 – The Support Group – Blog

I was very secretive about my first visit to the Myasthenia Gravis support group among my friends and family. I just knew it was something I had to do on my own. I didn’t know what I was going to find, but I was just hoping for something that would help me with what I was going through now. I had become very good at concealing the true essence of what this disease was doing to me. I didn’t want anyone to think I was no longer capable at the paraplegic level. Mostly, I just didn’t want to believe that… Read More »Shaken, But Not Stirred: Part 4 – The Support Group – Blog

NSW puts structured support in spotlight

Data from the international survey on student sentiment shared during the seminar by Edified, a consulting firm specializing in education, highlighted the fact that since July 2020 Australia appears to have suffered damage to its reputation as a study abroad destination, said Lyndell Jacka, director of knowledge at the ‘business. Presenting the information from the survey, Jacka pointed out that support services that recognize and meet the needs of international students during the global pandemic go a long way in improving the student experience and satisfaction. Student sentiment was more or less similar for the state of New South Wales… Read More »NSW puts structured support in spotlight

9 Ways to Support Small Businesses This Year

The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) really uprooted what many people around the world considered to be “normal”. For many small businesses, a crisis of this volume can be difficult, to say the least. Especially during the holiday season. While we are proud to support small businesses and see them adapt to meet the challenges of COVID-19, we know that encouraging people to support small businesses is still as important as ever. Small Business Week (September 12-18, 2021) is a great time to think about how you support your local small businesses. We encourage you to use our list below to show… Read More »9 Ways to Support Small Businesses This Year

How to Better Support Your Workout Routine

Are you trying to make a habit of working out but just don’t feel motivated? Or, maybe you’ve been training for a while and not seeing results. There are many factors that can lead to this feeling of sluggishness and lack of results. Here are some tips and tricks to better support your workout routine. Drink! We are of course talking about water. It shouldn’t come as a shock that hydration plays such a huge role in the functioning of the body. Your body uses water to aid digestion, regulate body temperature, help your organs function, and improve circulation. It… Read More »How to Better Support Your Workout Routine

A giant step that needs more support than ever

As schools welcome new and old students, NFER’s Julie Nelson and Caroline Sharp warn the transition may not be as smooth as usual This week some children will be entering school for the first time while others will move to a new school. Everyone will embark on new routines, with new teachers and classmates. The transition has always been a time of mixed emotions – excitement, hope, nervousness, uncertainty. But our latest research suggests the pandemic has left students more anxious and under-prepared than usual. We interviewed school leaders in 50 mainstream primary and secondary schools across England, serving disadvantaged… Read More »A giant step that needs more support than ever