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Opinion |  Health insurance keeps your mind sick and your wallet empty

Opinion | Health insurance keeps your mind sick and your wallet empty

Writer, producer, director July 21, 2023 at 6:45 am EDT (Stock) Comment on this storyComment Americans suffer, both mentally and physically, and inadequate insurance is making it worse. Simply finding a therapist is absurdly difficult and the cure itself is often unaffordable. Here’s the proof. Sixty-nine percent of insured Americans under 18 who sought behavioral …

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Australian man breaks world record for most push-ups done in one hour; tips to keep in mind while performing the exercise

News Lifestyle Fitness Australian man breaks world record for most push-ups done in one hour; tips to keep in mind while performing the exercise Daniel Scali has successfully completed a staggering 3,249 push-ups, breaking the record of 3,206 set by fellow Australian, Lucas Helmke, in November 2022. Only three of Scali’s push-ups were discounted due …

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How extreme heat impacts the mind and body, according to experts

How extreme heat impacts the mind and body, according to experts

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) The southwestern United States is preparing for another week of scorching temperatures, with forecasters extending a weekend excessive heat warning for the most populated area of ‚Äč‚ÄčArizona on Monday and alerting residents of parts of Nevada and New Mexico to stay indoors. The Phoenix metro area is on tracktie or break a …

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Study: Exercise improves blood pressure responsiveness to stress: A systematic review and meta-analysis.  Image credit: ViDI Studio/Shutterstock.com

Muscles calm the mind: Exercise can lower stress-related blood pressure responses

In a recent study published in the journal Scientific reports, researchers performed a meta-analysis to elucidate the effects of exercise on stress-related blood pressure (BP) reactivity. Their results show that regular aerobic exercise helps reduce systolic BP responses to adult stressors, especially in hypertensive individuals. Study: Exercise improves blood pressure responsiveness to stress: A systematic …

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