Parlier High School plans to build new medical facility on campus

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — Parlier High School is building a new addition on their campus that will bring much more than added classroom space to the high school.

Instructor Cynthia Acevedo says she remembers when Parlier High Schools Medical Pathways Program was just starting.

“The beginning of the program was small cohorts, we only had a couple of students the very first year,” said Acevedo.

Now with 200 students participating in the program, the need for more space is greater than ever before.

“The space is very limited,” said Medical Assistant Instructor Nichole Gallagher. “As you can see, we’ve got to do our lecture, plus all of our skills in this one small area.”

Thanks to a state grant, Parlier High School is building a $3.2 million medical facility on its campus for students eager to pursue the medical field.

“We always talk about a legacy to leave behind,” said

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High Tech Fitness Equipment: How to Buy and What Features to Look For

Mirror, Tonal, Tempo, Jaxjox…If you’ve heard of these brands, then you’ve heard of the newest workout trend: high-tech fitness. These high-tech systems help create a workout studio experience in the comfort of your home. From streaming live workouts right on your wall to digitally adjustable weights, these setups might be the closest replacement we have to IRL fitness classes.

The at-home tech equipment space has grown in popularity throughout the COVID-19 pandemic—many of the products are space saving, have adjustable weight settings, and offer varied workout content, Chris Howell, C.S.C.S., founder of SPX Gym Design, tells SELF. The ability to bring all of that right to your home can be attractive to those who want to avoid a crowded gym.

Some of these smart systems even include all the necessary equipment, which takes the guesswork out of having to shop around for the right tools for your workouts, Ava

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High doses of saccharin don’t lead to diabetes in healthy adults, study finds

High doses of saccharin don't lead to diabetes in healthy adults, study finds
Researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center conducted a study expecting to confirm how artificial sweeteners contribute to glucose intolerance, but surprisingly learned that the sweeteners have no adverse effects on healthy adults and do not change metabolic profiles or lead to diabetes. Credit: The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

For those trying to live a healthy lifestyle, the choice between sugar and artificial sweeteners such as saccharin can be confusing. A new study led by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and The Ohio State University College of Medicine found the sugar substitute saccharin doesn’t lead to the development of diabetes in healthy adults as previous studies have suggested.

The study findings are published in the journal Microbiome.

“It’s not that the findings of previous studies are wrong, they just didn’t adequately control for things like underlying health conditions, diet choices

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High hopes in Brooklyn with Durant, Irving ready

NEW YORK (AP) — Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving sent expectations soaring when they decided to come to Brooklyn.

The Nets can at last try to live up to them.

After waiting a year and a half since the free agency haul that transformed their franchise, the Nets finally got their superstar duo on the court in their preseason opener and needed just one quarter to Sell your house fast jacksonville show why hopes are so high.

Durant is healthy, Irving is healthy and together they look explosive, the biggest reason the Nets are considered one of the Eastern Conference favorites even with a rookie coach in Steve Nash.

“It’s a different show, it’s a different stage and it’s a new beginning in terms of what we’re building and moving forward with the pieces we have here. And that includes 7-11, so get to know us,” Irving said, referring

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