Supply chain issues? Here are some thoughtful gift ideas that are guaranteed to be in stock – NBC4 Washington

Deliveries from the post office and shipping companies – and possibly even Santa Claus – could be delayed this year due to supply chain issues. But offering subscription services is one way to ensure your freebies are in stock and on time while being thoughtful. “If you are worried that …

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Exercise, Good Food, Meditation: Alternatives to ADHD Medication

Source: Photo by William Choquette from Pexels Are you battling the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? Call the doctor; get more drugs. To the right? Not necessarily. In fact, recent research findings expand the arsenal of behavioral and lifestyle strategies that patients can use to manage this chronic …

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Get Your Exercise Program on Track as a Resident Physician

Gyms are open again and with all but those 4 and under eligible for safe and highly effective vaccines, 2022 is expected to bring new optimism for the health of the nation. Yet after a pandemic that lasted nearly two years, training has often been an afterthought for many Americans. …

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iOS 15.2, iPadOS 15.2, watchOS 8.3 released with app privacy report, Apple Music voice plan

Apple has released iOS 15.2, iPadOS 15.2, macOS Monterey 12.1, watchOS 8.3, tvOS 15.2, and HomePod Software Version 15.2 for compatible devices. The common feature that all of these new updates bring to users is the addition of Apple Music Voice Plan support which allows access to Apple Music using …

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Music to ring the new year

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is ringing in the New Year with a range of musical experiences from the classical precision of Bach and the romance of Wagner and Mendelssohn, to the jazz styles of the great “Satchmo” –Louis armstrong. Contemporary works from the world’s best composers, including TSO Spotlight Artist …

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Meditation Can Help You Make Fewer Mistakes, Study Finds

If you’re forgetful or make mistakes when in a rush, new research suggests that meditation may help you become less error-prone. Researchers at Michigan State University tested how open surveillance meditation altered brain activity in ways that suggested increased recognition of errors. The study, published in Brain Sciences, tested how …

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Fitness: Gifts for Your Favorite Exercise Enthusiast

Breadcrumb Links Life Health Diet and fitness From hats to hammocks, here is an eclectic selection of products chosen with runners, walkers, paddlers, cyclists, swimmers, skiers and gym rats in mind. Author of the article: Jill barker Attach the anchor and the tether of the phone. Photo by MEC Postmedia …

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For José Antonio, it is enough to exercise and meditate

Jose antonio Not vaccinated against COVID-19[FEMALE[FEMININEIt’s a personal decision. He didn’t do it for one reason: He placed importance on physical, mental and emotional strengthening in the midst of the pandemic. young man PachucaThe 36-year-old says he has gone almost ten years without a vaccine because he points out that …

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Embezzlement at Cabrillo College? + UCSC summer courses unveiled

Have a nice day, neighbors! It’s me again, Courtney Teague, your host for the Santa Cruz Daily. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Usually sunny and cool. High: 57 Low: 45. Here are today’s best stories in and around Santa Cruz: The administrator of the Cabrillo College …

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