‘A Detailed Conversation Around Mental Health Must Ensue,’ Stresses Shweta Tripathi

The Coronavirus pandemic took a toll on everyone, psychologically. According to data, depression and anxiety roiled not just India, but the whole world. Also Read – COVID-19: India’s Total Recoveries Cross 50 Lakh-mark, 1 Million People Cured in Last 11 Days, Claims Health Ministry

30% of Therapists have observed an increase in clients who have self-harmed or expressed suicidal ideation or a death wish post the outbreak, as reported by Times of India. Moreover, 68.6% of therapists have reported an increase in the number of people they see, and, in the hours, they spend taking therapy. According to the data, help-seeking was highest amongst individuals aged 25 to 40 years, followed by those aged 18 to 25 years and 40 to 60. Also Read – Unlock 5.0: From Cinema Halls to Educational Institutes, What Relaxations to Expect From October

Talking about that and more, actor Shweta Tripathi Sharma believes it

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EGYM and Kolter Homes Partner to Bring Innovative Smart Fitness Technology to Cresswind 55+ Communities | News

BOULDER, Colo., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — EGYM, a global fitness technology leader, and Kolter Homes, a leader in developing next-generation, highly-amenitized, master-planned active adult communities, today announced a strategic partnership to integrate EGYM’s intelligent hardware and software solutions throughout Kolter’s upcoming Cresswind 55+ communities. Built to make fitness more accessible for all, EGYM’s Smart Strength training equipment and digital platform will allow Cresswind residents to take control of their fitness and, ultimately, improve their overall well being.

EGYM aims to make the gym work for everyone, and this focus firmly supports Kolter Homes’ mission to establish and foster active adult communities that help residents “Live Better, Longer.” This partnership provides digital resident onboarding, engagement, motivation, and progress tracking, and in turn supports and empowers Cresswind residents with personalized and real-time fitness training. EGYM’s comprehensive Smart Strength training solution will be integrated into new Cresswind clubhouse fitness centers in

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Health organizations collaborate to transform Mercy Catholic Medical Center | Business

Four of the region’s health care organizations have formed a coalition to transform Mercy Catholic Medical Center-Mercy Philadelphia Hospital into a campus focused on health equity for the surrounding West Philadelphia neighborhood.

The 157-bed hospital campus will be transformed by coalition partners including Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), Penn Medicine, Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic and Independence Blue Cross.

The partnership comes seven months after hospital owner Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic announced plans to end inpatient care at the site due to financial challenges.

“Earlier this year, we began a slow and deliberate process of transitioning this campus away from an inpatient hospital — a model we determined was not sustainable — shifting toward an approach better equipped to address the current and future needs of the West Philadelphia community,” James Woodward, president and CEO of Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic, said in a news release.

“We’ve done our best to include our patients, community

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Dentistry ‘faces resourcing crisis as skilled staff move to testing and tracing’

a person wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Dr Anne O’Neill, incoming president of the Irish Dental Association (IDA), warned that the public service dentistry is facing a resourcing crisis (PA)Picture supplied by Gordon MRM.

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Dr Anne O’Neill, incoming president of the Irish Dental Association (IDA), warned that the public service dentistry is facing a resourcing crisis (PA)Picture supplied by Gordon MRM.

The public service dentistry is facing a resourcing crisis, the incoming president of the Irish Dental Association (IDA) has warned.

Dr Anne O’Neill said their resourcing levels have become a full-blown crisis.

The HSE Community Dental Service deals with vulnerable special needs patients and children. However, according to the IDA members’ survey, between 25% and 40% of its skilled staff have been assigned to testing and contact tracing for Covid-19 and have not been replaced.

Dr O’Neill warned that the needs of patients “cannot be met”.

She also said that services including the annual school assessments have fallen behind, adding that this puts children’s health at risk.

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At More Than 11.2% CAGR, Cochlear Implant Market Size, Research, Study Including Growth Factors, Market Dynamics And Forecast To 2025

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Sep 24, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
Cochlear Implant Market is valued at USD 1456.8 Million in 2018 and expected to reach USD 3062.9 Million by 2025 with the CAGR of 11.2% over the forecast period.

Brandessece Market Research recently added the Cochlear Implant Market research report which offers a thorough study of the market scenario regarding the market size, share, demand, growth, trends, and forecast from 2020-2026. The report deals with the impact analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted exports, imports, demand and trends in the industry and is expected to have some economic impact on the market. The report offers a comprehensive analysis of the impact of the pandemic across the industry and provides insights into a post-COVID-19 market scenario.

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Listening to Your Kids

Are you really listening to your kids? And are they listening to you?

They say: “I was just holding these cigarettes for a friend.” You say: “YOU ARE GROUNDED FOR LIFE. DON’T YOU KNOW THAT SMOKING WILL KILL YOU!”

You say: “Don’t do drugs. Don’t drink alcohol. Don’t smoke.” Your child hears: blahblahblahblah

Is it possible to avoid these constant disputes and disconnects with your kids? Definitely, experts tell WebMD. You absolutely can talk so your kids will listen, and listen so your kids will talk.

But how do you crack the code of youth — without resorting to “LOL,” “BRB,” “TTYL,” or other irksome — but popular — kidisms? Here’s what the experts have to say about listening to your kids and getting them to listen to you.

Listen closely.

To start with, listening to your kids makes them more likely to listen

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Larissa’s Workout and Diet After Plastic Surgery

If you bought it, flaunt it! 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? star Larissa Dos Santos Lima plans to maintain her incredible plastic surgery results with diet and exercise, she exclusively tells Life & Style after debuting her curvaceous “revenge body” done by Dr. Lane Smith at Smith Plastic Surgery

“I started at 170 pounds,” the season 5 star, 33, tells Life & Style, revealing she’s lost 40 pounds in total. “Before COVID, I went to the gym with my boyfriend [Eric Nichols] four times a week, 60 minutes a day, doing various cardio, arm, leg and stomach workouts.”  

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Larissa says she is not able to exercise at the moment because she is still recovering, but she and Eric are “planning to go to the gym as soon as possible.” The Brazilian bombshell reveals she usually focuses on sculpting her bottom, doing squats and

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Returning to Exercise After Recovering from COVID-19: What to Know

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Experts say it’s best to gradually reintroduce physical activity to your routine after you’ve recovered from COVID-19. Getty Images
  • Sports medicine doctors at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) recently published a list of recommendations for returning to exercise after living with mild to moderate COVID-19.
  • The guidelines extend to everything from cardiac issues and gastrointestinal symptoms to those who had no discernible symptoms at all.
  • They advise to take it slow and gradually reintroduce physical activity to your routine.
  • They also suggest that you consult your doctor to devise the best-tailored plan for easing back into exercise.

All data and statistics are based on publicly available data at the time of publication. Some information may be out of date.

Now that we’ve passed the half-year mark of

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How Health Care Can Stop Amplifying Racism

These health gaps are not immutable. Concrete changes to public policy, industry practices, and medical education could turn the health-care system into a force for greater equality. Here are five such changes:

First, when states are indifferent to whether their Black and Latino citizens have health coverage, the federal government should step in. According to research published earlier this year, 9 percent of white adults were uninsured in 2018, compared with 14 percent of Black adults and 25 percent of Latino adults. The coronavirus recession is making the coverage gap worse. Already, as many as 12 million Americans have lost insurance sponsored by their employer or a family member’s employer. Black, Latino, and other workers of color have faced especially steep declines in employment.

The Affordable Care Act did reduce disparities in insurance by setting up insurance exchanges

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Ten minutes of massage or rest will help your body fight stress

Allowing yourself a few minutes of downtime significantly boosts mental and physical relaxation. Research by psychologists at the University of Konstanz observed higher levels of psychological and physiological relaxation in people after only ten minutes of receiving a massage. Even ten minutes of simple rest increased relaxation, albeit to a lesser degree than massage. The findings, reported on 8 September 2020 in the journal Scientific Reports, provide the first indication that short-term treatments can robustly reduce stress on a psychological and physiological level by boosting the body’s principal engine for relaxation – the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS).

Stress is known to have negative consequences for health and disease. However, our bodies have an inbuilt regenerative system, the PNS, to ward off stress during times of threat. Launching a relaxation response is thus key to protecting our health and restoring balance in our body. Massage has been used to improve

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