Fantasy Football Rankings 2021: Busts from proven model that called Smith-Schuster’s disappointing season

Since a rookie season in which he led the NFL with 2,028 scrimmage yards and scored 15 touchdowns, Saquon Barkley hasn’t lived up to the expectations of owners who spent a first-round pick on the Giants running back. Barkley missed three games and tallied just 1,441 scrimmage yards and eight scores in 2019, and then missed 14 games because of a torn ACL last year. Now that Barkley’s healthy again, should you consider spending another early pick on a potential RB1, or will Barkley be among 2021 Fantasy football busts?

Meanwhile, Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey is also returning from an injury-plagued season in which a shoulder injury and glute strain cost him 13 games. Can owners who were burned by McCaffrey’s injuries last season afford to put him atop their 2021 Fantasy football rankings? Before you go on the clock for your Fantasy football 2021 drafts, be sure

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Healthy Living: Men’s health while aging


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Men live on average five years less than women do. Maybe that statistic is not surprising to you, but there are ways in which men can add longevity to their life.

Doctors say there are chronic conditions that are more common in men than in women. Not to mention, men tend not to keep up with regular health checkups, like women. Preventive measures are in your control and doctors say that’s your ticket to living longer

Press pause on purchasing those supplements that claim to boost your testosterone.

Doctor Drew Oliveira, senior executive medical director with Regence says do not buy into the hype.

“We’re now getting advertising being pushed to us,” said Dr. Oliveira. “Take this supplement – it will

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Healthy Living for ME announces new workshop

Beginning in August, Healthy Living for ME will offer a remote workshop on chronic pain, a free program available to all Mainers. According to a Healthy Living for ME news release, the telephone class is scheduled to run once a week Aug. 16 through Sept. 27.

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According to the organization’s website, “Healthy Living for ME programs provide education, fitness instruction, and self-care strategies for participants; they do not replace clinical care provided by doctors, nurses and other medical professionals. (The) evidence-based programs help people across the state experience improved wellness and quality of life.”

Participants in the chronic pain workshops will receive a free toolkit in the mail and will have the chance to speak with a certified instructor on the phone. Registration is required.

“Better Health Now with Pain is ideal for people who are experiencing a wide range of chronic, non-cancer related pain conditions such as

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Christus breaks ground on Longview surgical hospital, orthopedics institute | Local News

Christus Good Shepherd Health System on Tuesday broke ground on a $35 million project that will see an expansion of the NorthPark campus in Longview as well as the creation of the city’s first integrated orthopedics and sports medicine institute.

The project, which will be completed in 2022 and 2023, will transform the existing Institute for Healthy Living into the new Christus Good Shepherd Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute and add 27,000-square-feet of space, including dedicated operating rooms for orthopedic surgical procedures, at NorthPark. The Institute for Healthy Living will continue to serve as a community gym, but will expand its hours of operation to 24 hours a day and will be integrated into the recovery process on the orthopedic and sports medicine services offerings at the facility.

The new Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute will work seamlessly with NorthPark to offer a complete scope of services, allowing Christus to

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