Elevate Your Health and Wellness Routine in 2021

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With healthy routines top of mind now more than ever, it’s important to discuss some simple ways to stay on track in the New Year. From immune health and stress support to supplements for sleep – there are many ways to help people live a healthier version of themselves and make the most of each and every day.* Health and Wellness Experts from The Bountiful Company, Meghan Sowa and Nicole Hayes, recently teamed with YourUpdateTV to discuss tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, in addition to providing vitamin, supplement and other product recommendations such as healthy snacking options to consider.

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Health and Wellness Experts Outline Tips and Products to Start the New Year off Strong

Immune Health:

Immune health is at the forefront of many minds right now and the experts have a few key items to incorporate

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Hong Kong’s trading tax hike spurred market correction

Hong Kong’s tax hike on share trading was a “convenient catalyst” that helped spur a healthy correction for the city’s markets, says Tim Moe from Goldman Sachs.

The government announced in its budget on Wednesday that stamp duty on stock transfers will be raised to 0.13% from 0.1%.

The move sparked a sharp sell-off in the broader markets on Wednesday, but stock prices bounced back partially on Thursday.

The Hang Seng index rose 1.2% on Thursday, after falling about 3% a day earlier.

Meanwhile, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing saw further losses and slipped 1.77% on Thursday, after the previous day’s plunge of more than 8%. The HKEX operates the city’s stock exchange and on Wednesday posted a more than 20% year-on-year surge in its 2020 profit attributable to shareholders.

“I think it’s important to note that the overall increase, I mean yes it sounds like 30%’s a big number,

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How Penn State HealthWorks, peer educators provide aid to students throughout pandemic | University Park Campus News

Staying healthy has become more important than ever before at Penn State — both mentally and physically. While they’re not a stranger to campus, the university’s HealthWorks is striving to keep students at their best.

From stress and sleep to nutrition, HealthWorks provides students with a variety of health aid.

Penn State’s HealthWorks is a group of peer educators who are co-led by Katelyn Quick, a clinical dietician for Penn State Health Promotion and Wellness, and Erin Raupers, assistant director for Penn State Health Promotion and Wellness.

Split into two categories with peer educators, Quick focuses on outreach while Raupers takes on one-on-one student appointments. The overall goal for the program is to empower students to engage in healthy behavior and to advocate for a healthy Penn State community.

“I really feel strongly that health and wellness has to do with a holistic, whole-body approach,” Quick said.

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Why Mom of Texas Boy, 11, Who Died of Suspected Hypothermia Says She ‘Can’t’ Return to Home Where He Died

GoFundMe Cristian Pavon Pineda

The mother of a Texas boy, believed to have died in his sleep of hypothermia after his home lost power due to an unprecedented winter storm, is struggling to understand how the happy, healthy son she kissed goodnight on Monday is now gone.

On Tuesday morning, just hours after playing in the snow for the first time in his young life, Cristian Pavon Pineda, 11, was found unresponsive under a pile of blankets.

“When he saw the snow, he was happy,” his mother, Maria Elisa Pineda, who moved to Texas from Honduras over two years ago, recalls to PEOPLE in Spanish.

“He slammed a door and the snow fell on his head and he was laughing so much. We were taking all these photos of him in the snow,” she adds of her son.

After playing outside, Pineda says her son went to bed around 10

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