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Intermittent fasting: the three types that exist and that can help you lose weight healthily without dieting

Not all of us work the same measures when it comes to losing weight. It's undeniable to say that it can be an incredibly challenging path and it's quite normal for people to often try various diets before landing on one that works for them to lose weight in a consistent and sustainable way. Not surprisingly, in recent months all kinds of trends have come to light and without a place to one of the most popular, it is intermittent fasting. It has been positioned as a method that benefits health and is incredibly effective for weight loss. A new investigation of the University of Illinois at Chicago suggests that intermittent fasting is a great tool to promote a significant weight loss and even improve metabolic health in those who are obese. Considering the findings publis...
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Texas School Official Says Classrooms With Holocaust Books Must Offer “Opposing” Views | Texas

A Texas school district official told educators that if they brought books about the Holocaust in their classrooms, they would also have to offer "opposing" views to comply with a new state law.In an audio clip Obtained by NBC News, Gina Peddy, executive director of curriculum and instruction for the Carroll Independent School District in Southlake, provided guidance to teachers during a training on what books teachers can keep in classroom libraries."We are in the middle of a political mess and you guys are in the middle of a political mess, so we have to do the best we can," Peddy said.The training came after Carroll School Board she had reprimanded a fourth grade teacher after parents complained about a book on anti-racism in her class. And it followed the passage of a new Texas law...
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Countries most affected by the new US entry restrictions

Where to travel if you have Sputnik V? 2:05 (CNN Español) -- The United States will relax restrictions on vaccinated foreign visitors from November, although not all countries will be able to enjoy these benefits. Under the new guidelines, a person is considered fully vaccinated when they have received full doses of vaccines approved or licensed for emergency use by the U.S. and those on the World Health Organization's emergency clearance list. Health. In summary, the valid vaccines to enter the US are: Pfizer/BioNtech AstraZeneca (plus the two produced under license in India and South Korea) Janssen (the Johnson & Johnson) Modern Sinopharm Sinovac-CoronaVac What vaccines are valid to enter the US? The decisio...
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These are the financial aid that housewives can ask for

ABCMadrid Updated:10/15/2021 03:39h Keep Related newsThe day-to-day work in a house is very hard despite the little recognition that it has on many occasions. An example of this is represented by difficulties many housewives face who, after years of working every day without any remuneration, find that they have not contributed enough to Social Security to receive a pension. However, there are some aids and subsidies aimed at alleviating these problems. We detail them below.Active insertion income (451.92 euros per month)Active insertion income (RAI) can be requested by all unemployed people under 65 who have signed an active job search commitment. Those who receive an income of more than 723.75 euros per month (75% of the minimum interprofessional salary) may not reque...
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Is cell phone addiction the same as drug addiction? Expert responds

If you are anxious to imagine a world without Facebook, Instagram or WhatsApp, watch your dependence on new technologies. You may be addicted. This experiment already occurred on October 4, when millions of people were frustrated when these three services were turned off for six hours. A frustration that, in its extreme examples, there are those who dare to compare it with a abstinence syndrome like the one suffered by quitting drugs, alcohol or tobacco. It may seem like an exaggerated comparison, but the Spanish psychologist Marc Masip defends it tooth and nail. "The mobile is the heroine of the XXI century", he says bluntly. Part of her job is to provide therapy at detox clinics for tech addicts. A rehabilitation that can become even more difficult than th...
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The Squid Game: 6 things the Netflix series shows about the reality of South Korea

16 minutesImage source, Netflix"The squid game" (Squid Game), a gory drama from South Korea, has become one of Netflix's most popular shows. In early October it was the most watched series in 90 countries and its success is giving the world the idea that the Asian nation has a complex society. But aside from being a highly suspenseful story, with struggling contestants participating in games of life and death in exchange for money, the series has earned plaudits for its depiction of the real difficulties affecting to the inhabitants of South Korea.The series follows in the footsteps of Parasite, the famous film that shows the contrast in the lives of two families in Seoul. In 2020, it was the first production in a language other than English to win the Oscar for best picture. Parasite ...
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Why Gasoline Prices Hit 7-Year Record Prices

The demand for gasoline is one factor that affects fuel prices, but it is not the only one. Photo: Skitterphoto / Pexels Gasoline prices in the country average $ 3.27 dollars per gallon of regular, more than $ 1 dollar than a year ago, and the highest since 2014. Prices at the pump have been going up particularly steeply lately. A gallon of regular costs an extra $ 0.10 cents or more over what it cost a week ago in the following states: Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, Michigan, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, Illinois and Delaware and Washington, DC. California drivers almost always have to suffer the highest gas prices in the nation, and they are paying more than $ 4 per gallon right now., compared to $ 3.21 they paid a year ago. Fo...
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Giants-Dodgers: NLDS Game 5 Live Updates

We are less than 30 minutes away from the epic finale of the National League Giants-Dodgers Division Series. These two teams have never met before in the postseason, and the matchup has lived up to expectations. It all comes down to a winner-take-all final game at Oracle Park in San Francisco. Sergio Estrada / USA TODAY Sports; Stan Szeto / USA TODAY SportsEmma Baccellieri and I will hang out and have a conversation all night long while we watch the game. We will provide updates and analysis, as well as some funny jokes. Let us begin.All times listed are ESTMatt Martell (8:55): Howdy partner.Emma Baccellieri (8:55): Hi there!MM (8:56): Ready to get this going?EB: (8:56): I'm sure. What do you think of the Dodgers' decision to start the game with Corey Knebel instead of Julio Urías?...
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Merck pill against covid-19: how much will they cost and when will they be available? All you need to know

The pharmaceutical laboratory Merck & Co. made a request to the FDA for authorization to use an antiviral pill against covid-19. Foto: David McNew / Getty Images Just a few days ago the pharmaceutical laboratory Merck & Co. made a request to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA, for its acronym in English) to authorize the use of the drug molnupiravir, an antiviral pill against covid-19. Merck recently announced that its new pill to treat COVID-19 reduced the risk of hospitalization and death by about 50 percent. On the other hand, 7.3% of patients receiving molnupiravir were hospitalized or died until day 29 after randomization, compared with 14.1% of patients treated with placebo. In short, Merck's proposal is to ...
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Obesity: Nearly 20-Year Study Indicates Americans Are Eating More Ultra-Processed Than Ever

By now we all know about the serious health consequences that a high consumption of ultra-processed foods. In fact, there is information that confirms that their consumption has increased in the last two decades in almost all segments of the US population, according to a new study led by researchers from the School of Global Public Health from New York University: the overall composition of the average American diet has shifted toward a more processed diet. It is undoubtedly an alarming situation, since eating more ultra-processed foods is associated with a poor quality diet and an increased risk of developing chronic diseases, among which obesity and heart disease stand out. According to the statements of the main author of the study; Filippa Juul, who is an assistant pr...