How to reduce the risk of a fracture?

10 Ways to Reduce Bone Fracture Risk

A fracture is a breakage of the bones, and its usual cause is trauma such as an accident or fall. Anyone can get a fracture though it’s more common in people who are old, have bone disease, or people who play sports. Healing from a fracture takes time, and they can make you immobile till you heal as well, depending on where the fracture is. If you’ve ever suffered from a fracture, you must know how the pain and long recovery time can make you wish you could prevent it.

6 Simple ways to prevent fractures

  1. Increase calcium & Vitamin D intake

Calcium is the best nutrition for your bones. Additionally, Vitamin D is equally important as it helps your body absorb calcium and promotes bone health. Meeting the daily requirements for both of them can not only help keep your bones strong but also prevent bone diseases, such as … Read More

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It’s no secret that the pandemic exacerbated the need for mental health resources for many of us. Simultaneously, there is a shortage of mental health professionals able to meet true patient demand. In fact, an American Psychological Association analysis estimates that for everyone who needs support to have it, we’d need to add 20,220 more psychologists by 2030, above the baseline estimated need of 101,120 – and those estimates were published in 2018.

We simply don’t have enough people to help all the people who need help. And addressing these needs is not a one-size-fits-all approach: A full 55% of employees in the U.S. workforce are languishing somewhere on the spectrum of needing some level of mental health support, according to SilverCloud Health’s 2021 Employee Mental Health and Wellbeing Checkup.

With that in mind, I’d like to share some of the basics about mental health support, as well as

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Kate Hudson shares tips on staying healthy during the holidays

Staying healthy around the holidays can feel like an uphill battle, but Kate Hudson has a few handy tricks up her sleeves to help her stay on track. The actor is a passionate ambassador for WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers) and describes herself as “a disciplined foodie” who is focused on creating a sustainable healthy lifestyle for herself and others.

With the holidays rapidly approaching, TODAY Food called up Hudson to ask how she stays on track during the most indulgent time of the year and we also got her to dish on some of the Thanksgiving foods she’s most excited to indulge in this year (spoiler alert: gravy and sweet potatoes are on the list!).

Everything in moderation

Life is pretty boring without a little bit of balance, and Hudson said WW helps her live the best of both worlds and stay healthy while also staying true

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Live Updates: Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs

The Green Bay Packers are playing at the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon. The Packers (7-1) have won seven in a row and have been off since Thursday. The Chiefs (4-4) are coming off a home win over the Giants on Monday. Follow along all day for updates.

The Chiefs’ View of Aaron Rodgers’ Absence

In case you’ve spent the past week on the dark side of the Moon, you’ve heard that MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers has COVID-19 and Jordan Love will make his first NFL start.

The Wednesday morning change-up required quick adaptation from the Packers. The same is true for the Chiefs, who had game-planned around Rodgers and had little intel on Love.

Here’s what the Chiefs had to say.

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