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All plant diet colestral dindint go down

By Jeff Rosenblum, Oct 15, After some frightening lab results, Jeff Rosenblum became determined to lower his cholesterol by exercising daily and eating right. Growing up, I witnessed the adverse and tragic effects that heart diseases and diabetes drugs had on my parents and grandparents. When I was 38, lab results revealed that my cholesterol,… Read More »

How do i slim down my arms

Kathryn Wirsing. If now notice any pain or discomfort while exercising stop immediately and consult with your physician. Something that slim help, though, is having top-notch advice from certified trainers for strengthening your arms like a champ. Career, family, friends, travel, that book down pick you still haven’t checked out of the library much less… Read More »

Why Was Wuhan Lab Locked Down When Outbreak Began?

As reported in “Bioweapon Labs Must Be Shut Down and Scientists Prosecuted,” there’s mounting evidence suggesting SARS-CoV-2 may have been leaked (whether inadvertently or not) from the biosafety level (BSL) 4 laboratory in Wuhan, China. Secretary of State (and former CIA chief) Mike Pompeo has gone on record stating “the coronavirus originated in a lab… Read More »

Cerner bookings drag down top line, guidance cut due to COVID-19

Dive Brief: Cerner reported revenue of $ 1.41 billion in the first quarter of 2020, up 2% year-over-year. The company missed Wall Street and internal expectations due to lower-than-expected bookings and reimbursed travel amid the pandemic. Bookings of almost $ 1.1 billion were at the low end of the Kansas City, Missouri-based EHR vendor’s guidance… Read More »

Trump admin’s Medicaid work requirements struck down by appeals court

Dive Brief: A federal appeals court Friday unanimously ruled against Arkansas’ Medicaid work requirements, a signature policy pushed by President Donald Trump’s administration that ties eligibility to the public insurance program for the poor to work or job training. The ruling will halt other work requirements implemented in other states beyond just Arkansas, according to University… Read More »