Day: May 1, 2020

Your Guide To Moving During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Most of the country is holed up at home right now because of the coronavirus pandemic, but some people are choosing to relocate. It might seem like a tricky prospect to move during a global health crisis, but there are some compelling reasons to do it now.

For one, many Americans now realize that their current financial situation won’t support their current rent or mortgage payments, especially if they have lost income because of the pandemic and lockdown. They may find it necessary to downsize or move to an area with a lower cost of living.

There are nonfinancial reasons, too. “As people are spending more and more time in their current homes, they are realizing they may not be living exactly where they want to be in the next chapter of their lives,” said Marisela Cotilla, executive director of sales for ALINA Residences in Boca Raton, Florida.

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Group Fitness Certification | AFAA

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From start to finish you’ll have access to email, phone and chat support from AFAA specialists. Plus, you’ll enjoy ongoing support as part of AFAA’s extensive community of Group Fitness Instructors.

Get Started Now! You have 180 days from your enrollment date to take the certification exam. Additionally, a valid photo ID and CPR/AED certification are required at the time of your exam. For more information about the exam, click here.

The Practical Way  Upon earning your GFI certification, The Practical Way will provide a strong foundation for you to build your future as a Group Fitness Instructor. These brand new post-certification activities empower you to excel in the exciting group fitness community and fully prepares you to hit the ground running with your very first class.

What’s the difference between Group Fitness and Group Exercise?  Group Fitness, Group Exercise and Group Ex are

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TEMPORARY CLUB CLOSURE IN COMPLIANCE WITH GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES

Dear Members,

 

Aligning with our Government policy in mitigating the spread of Covid-19, we will extend the closure for all Fitness First clubs until May 25th 2020. This extended period may change in line with future Government rulings and we will keep you updated. We will continue to monitor closely the developments surrounding this growing health crisis and make suitable adjustments if necessary.

We will continue to support you by extending the freeze of your membership account for free during club closure period. The dues you have paid in March 2020 will be credited to you once our clubs resume operations. Should you wish to freeze your membership for a longer time you will be subject to standard freeze fee relevant to your membership package. Validity of your purchased Personal Training package will also be automatically extended.

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Hospital and Nursing Jobs | Johns Hopkins Medicine

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Tuesday, June 18th, 4-7 p.m.

Johns Hopkins Allergy & Asthma Center
5501 Hopkins Bayview Circle
Baltimore, MD 21224

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Bellevue Hospital Center | Psychiatry

Bellevue Hospital Center
462 First Avenue
New York, New York 10016
Phone: 212-562-1000

Bellevue Hospital Center is a 912-bed acute-care general hospital, one of the largest single municipal hospital buildings in North America. It is the flagship hospital of New York City’s Health and Hospitals Corporation, the nation’s largest municipal health-care system. The origin of Bellevue Hospital can be traced to the colonial era and has a rich history of service to the community. Its association with NYU dates back over 100 years and the medical staff consists largely of NYU faculty and residents. Inpatient Mental Health Services comprise 330 beds offering a full range of services for acute psychiatry needs and Consultation Liaison Services. There are 14 units which provide a full range of in-patient psychiatric treatment programs including, general psychiatry and various specialty services within several academic divisions including, Substance Abuse, Geriatric, Child & Adolescent, and Forensic services. 

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CMS releases second COVID-19 interim final rule

On April 30, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a second interim final rule (IFR) along with a press release to further modify and support regulatory changes implemented during the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE). CMS will accept comments on the IFR until June 1, 2020. Audio-only Telephone Telehealth Visits: The IFR … Read More

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Overweight & Obesity Statistics | NIDDK

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This content describes the prevalence of overweight and obesity in the United States.

Defining Overweight and Obesity

A person whose weight is higher than what is considered as a normal weight adjusted for height is described as being overweight or having obesity.1

Fast Facts

According to data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), 2013–20142,3,4,5

  • More than 1 in 3 adults were considered to be overweight.
  • More than 2 in 3 adults were considered to be overweight or have obesity.
  • More than 1 in 3 adults were considered to have obesity.
  • About 1 in 13 adults were considered to have extreme obesity.
  • About 1 in 6 children and adolescents ages 2 to 19 were considered to have obesity.

Using Body Mass Index (BMI) to Estimate Overweight and Obesity

BMI is the tool most commonly used to estimate and screen for overweight and obesity

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