5 Easy and Practical Stomach Exercises to Overcome Distended Stomach

Not only is distended stomach not easy to see, but it can also indicate serious health problems, ranging from difficulty breathing to type 2 diabetes.

How to get rid of belly fat - expert reveals where you're going ...

Sports are often done by many people, both men and women, to reduce fat in the stomach. However, it should be emphasized that no exercise can reduce the amount of fat in one place.

To reduce belly fat, you automatically have to go on an overall weight-loss diet, namely by reducing calorie consumption. The task of this exercise is to burn more calories and help tighten muscles so that your stomach doesn’t sag.

Abdominal exercises to help reduce fat

Basically, any exercise that aims to burn body fat can be used to reduce belly fat. Sports that are usually done are cardio exercises (jogging, swimming) or weight lifting.

There are also exercises with simple movements that you can do at home, for example:

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Health Insurance Advice You Can’t Afford To Ignore

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When you know how health care works, obtaining the insurance that is right for you is not as complicated or daunting as you might believe. Follow the advice in this article and you will be well on your way to knowing exactly what your insurance needs are.

As your children age into adults, their health insurance coverage will eventually run out

You need to begin talking to them early (say, in the last two years of college) about their insurance needs so that they understand how the transition will occur. Since many employers are cutting benefits, parents are keeping children on their policies longer and longer, but this gets expensive. Perhaps the best advice is to point out the advantages of full-time employment which will provide them with their own independent health coverage.

A great way to save money on insurance is to buy it online. Brick-and-mortar brokerages and insurance …

Don’t Give Up On Your Fitness Goals!

Motivation and information are both needed to get into shape.

Many people look to lifting weights as a means to reach their fitness goals by going to the gym to lift weights. There are six easy exercises you can do to help maintain the muscles in your body, handstand push ups, push ups, leg raises, squats, handstand push-ups and bridges. Push-ups are great and simple way to add a nice tone your triceps. This technique targets and tones your hard-to-work triceps more effectively than other types of exercises.

Maintain a record of everything you complete each day.

You should even keep track of what the day’s weather you had that day. This can help you reflect on the data to recognize patterns. If you skip a workout, list the reason why that happened. Make a regular schedule for exercising to help you stop skipping it. Plan on working out a …

Urgent call for review into sentencing pregnant women due to health risks | Prisons and probation

A coalition of campaigners and health experts is calling for an urgent review into the sentencing of pregnant female offenders, warning of the increased risk of adverse outcomes to babies born in custody.

An open letter to Brandon Lewis, the justice secretary, and the Sentencing Council for England and Wales warns that pregnant women in jail suffer severe stress and highlights evidence suggesting they are more likely to have a stillbirth. The signatories include the Royal College of Midwives and Liberty.

The letter states: “Research into the experiences of pregnant women in English prisons found that [they] were unable to access basic comfort, adequate nutrition or fresh air, and that the fear of potential separation from their baby or shame of being made an incarcerated mother was debilitating.”

Women represent less than 5% of the total prison population, with about 3,200 in jail in England and Wales. The government

Health inspection at Greenwood hotel amid concerns

GREENWOOD — The Johnson County Health Department, Greenwood Police Department, Greenwood Fire Department, and the Greenwood Mayor conducted a multi-agency inspection effort Wednesday morning at the Red Carpet Inn and Fanta Suites.

Health inspectors found concerns regarding roaches, mold and plumbing back-ups in some rooms, according to Betsy Swearingen, Public Health Preparedness Coordinator at the Johnson County Health Department.

The health department will issue a letter to the hotel’s owner noting the violations and how to correct the issues.

Greenwood Police Chief James Ison said they located drug paraphernalia in two of the rooms and a small amount of marijuana in a third room.

Police officers also served a search warrant due to inspectors observing narcotics and firearms in plain view while conducting an inspection of an occupied room.

The inspection lasted two hours.

As the inspection began, the hotel’s owner asked WRTV to leave the property.

The city and

Congress returns to a packed health care agenda and limited time

BIG NEWS — Future Pulse will publish five days a week, at 2 pm, starting Monday, Sept. 26. Our mission is expanding to cover all of the ideas reshaping health care. You’ll find analysis that takes you ahead of the curve, interviews with innovators and data-driven stories revealing what’s to come.

WHAT’S ON TAP — Congressional lawmakers of both parties have their sights set on extending the availability of telehealth. Democrats want to force debates on abortion and the creation of a national patient ID, both of which Republicans will oppose.

Representatives and senators are also intent on leaving the capital again in October to campaign, so they need to focus on must-pass government funding bills and the annual defense authorization measure.

They will have to hash out whether to provide funds to combat Covid-19 and monkeypox — the Biden administration has requested $27 billion — and to lift the

The Time of Day You Eat Could Make a Difference to Your Mental Health : ScienceAlert

Grinding away at a job while everybody else sleeps can put your mental health at risk. According to new research, confining your dining to daytime hours might help reduce the odds of developing depression or anxiety.

When a normal internal body clock is disrupted, such as by being awake during typical sleeping hours, it can have a negative impact an individual’s mood and emotional well-being.

Studies suggest even after years spent on a roster of night shifts our body won’t fully adapt to the altered schedule. In fact, the negative effects appear to be worse the longer a biological clock is thwarted.

So how can we protect shift workers like nurses, security guards, and fire fighters – who make up to 30 percent of the global workforce – from poor mental health while still maintaining crucial around-the-clock services?

Melatonin and light therapies are already being investigated as solutions. Now

Are you an active couch potato? How sitting all day can erase a workout

Are you an active couch potato? Take this two-question quiz to find out:

Did you work out for 30 minutes today?

Did you spend the rest of the day staring at your computer and then settle in front of the television at night?

If you answered yes to both questions, then you meet the definition of what scientists call “an active couch potato.” It means that, despite your commitment to exercise, you could be at risk for a variety of health problems, according to a sweeping new study of how people move — or don’t move — throughout the day.

The study, which involved more than 3,700 men and women in Finland, found that many dutifully exercised for a half-hour, but then sat, almost nonstop, for another 10, 11 or even 12 hours a day. These were the study’s active couch potatoes, and their blood sugar, cholesterol and body