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You're Underestimating Alcohol's Impact on Your Health & Fitness Journey

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Are you underestimating alcohol’s impact on your journey? Alcohol works. That’s why people drink it. But the long term effects of alcohol often outweigh the short term benefits

In this video, I’m sharing the scientific explanation behind how alcohol affects your nutrition, liver, and brain. Let’s have a real, shame-free discussion about how much we all underestimate the effects of alcohol.

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  1. Jesse White

    March 26, 2020 at 5:51 pm

    Well said Doc! Great, real-life advice!

  2. Chami KS

    March 26, 2020 at 5:51 pm

    Valuable lessons

  3. Tim

    March 26, 2020 at 5:51 pm

    great content

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Hello les confinés! Quatrième semaine de quarantaine et le jour de gloire est a…

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Hello les confinés! 👋🏽
Quatrième semaine de quarantaine et le jour de gloire est arrivé!
@disneyplusfr est enfin disponible en France. 🇫🇷
D’où ma séance de sport tardive je l’avoue😬 j’ai passé la journée devant Disney+
Je garde évidemment @netflixfr la base quand même, je vais pas l’abandonner malgré mon amour pour @disney 😂
Vous avez craqué ou pas du tout?
Si oui, quel est votre Disney préféré?
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Doctors Say Hospitals Are Stopping Them From Wearing Masks : Health

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I’m not surprised, it this isn’t just happening at small hospitals. I work as an anesthesiologist in training at a top academic institution and am actively involved in our ICU’s for coronavirus care. We have worked overtime to acquire as much reusable PPE as possible (respirators) in an effort to conserve current supply and potentially also increase our safety as we are in rooms with multiple COVID patients. We are also intubating patients as a part of the hospital’s airway team. Despite these efforts, we have been banned from using our own PPE. Administrative feels that it’ll set an unfair image that we are able to acquire PPE that is above what the hospital is able to provide and cause other workers to feel unsafe.

We are fortunate that our hospital has a good supply of PPE available for the time being so this may change in the upcoming days as our stock depletes, but from the administrative level, they fear a mass leave of MAs and RNs are they may feel that they are getting subpar treatment. As a whole, our departmental leadership down to our physicians in training have been threatened with termination if they show up to work with non-hospital acquired PPE. If we have learned anything over the last few weeks, its that the criteria for safety will continue to change as we already know how deadly and how contagious this virus really is.

When you have countries like China and Korea with full space suit PPE for providers vs the US who thinks that a week long reused N95, some gloves, and some flimsy plastic gown is considered “safe”. You get into the situation where we now have multiple physician (including multiple physicians in training) infections and deaths across the country and thousands of health care providers infected while working in our hospital environment.

To be honest, this whole process is a joke and the fact that they can hold our career that we have worked tirelessly on for the last 24 years as hostage is the most infuriating part. Unlike some of those who have already graduated like the doctor in this article, if our residents defy an order, we could potentially lose our future means to earn a living and we are truly powerless to stop it.



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Health for All Film Festival official selection announcement

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WHO Director-General, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, announced on 25 March 2020 the official selection and jury composition of the inaugural Health for All Film Festival.
In an extraordinary demonstration of creative energy and enthusiasm for telling public health stories, the first ever Health for All Film Festival organized by the World Health Organization, has attracted nearly 1300 short film submissions – both amateur and professional – from more than 110 countries. These have now been shortlisted to 15 titles in each of the three competition categories: video reports, animation films and films about nurses and midwives.

‘The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for compelling and creative communications about public health. Last year, WHO announced our first Health for All Film Festival. The volume, quality and diversity of entries has far surpassed our expectations ’ said Dr Tedros, WHO Director-General. ‘In these difficult times, films and other media are a powerful way, not only of communicating important health messages, but of administering one of the most powerful medicines: Hope.’

During the coming weeks, critically-acclaimed professional artists from the film and music industries will review the shortlisted films and recommend winners to WHO’s Director- General, who will make the final decision. The illustrious jury includes film writer and director Richard Curtis; former Director of Annecy International Animation Films Festival Patrick Eveno; composer Ricky Kej; singer and songwriter Angélique Kidjo; film documentary producer Barbara Miller, and actor and director Wagner Moura.
Four winners will be announced in May.

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