Claims and costs push health insurance up

The health insurance market is a complex matrix. With over 320 plans to choose from, it will test even the most patient of patients. No wonder most simply let their policies roll when it comes time to renew. However, premiums are starting to rise again along with goods and services in other parts of the … Read more

The #1 exercise for how to get rid of hip fat fast

In addition to slimming the tummy, the hips are one of the most difficult parts of the body to melt fat. according to Medical news todayReducing the amount of hip fat you have is possible with the right exercises and diet regimen. You can’t reduce, but you are Can Reducing your total body fat, which … Read more

Johns Hopkins researchers have identified a potential new treatment target for obstructive sleep apnea

Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing stops and comes back several times during sleep. According to a recent study in mice, the target is an ion channel that has already been shown to affect blood pressure in obese mice. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists, a recent study in obese … Read more

Advocates view the legal challenge to the abortion pill with caution

Reproductive rights advocates are on edge about a lawsuit to overturn the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decades-old approval of the drug mifepristone, which, if successful, would end legal access to the abortion pill nationwide. Lawyers and legal experts say the suit has no merit, but they fear conservative courts will think otherwise. The abortion … Read more

Your neighborhood gym is now a fitness influencer. And busting exercise myths

tIt’s Jim Will Bahia With his helpful tips on fitness and diet he is now an influencer. He has evolved into an expert social media fitness trainer. Freed from the constraints of geography and physical proximity, business is booming. It’s an integrated industry now on Instagram, with handles like “ Strength,” “ThePicky Eater,” and “Penutphsique” … Read more

Why did you decide to stop swimming?

I spent most of my freshman and sophomore years weighed down by a constant feeling of fatigue in my bones. But that was to be expected since I got up at 5:30 am three times a week to jump in a cold pool. While swimming was very tiring, I didn’t always feel like I was … Read more