Let's Get Musical: Don't Breakdown,Trust Science
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🧘🏽♀️Timothy Caulfield, a Canadian Professor of law at the University of Alberta and host of the TV show A User's Guide to Cheating Death launched his book Relax Dammit!: A User's guide to the Age of Anxiety. The TV Host suggests we stop worrying about events scientifically unlikely to happen. Caulfield debunks wellness premises from gluten-free diets for non-celiac people to flossing. The professor assures that in order to live better we should avoid smoking, exercise, eat real food, maintain a healthy weight, drink moderate or no at all alcohol, sleep, have good relationships and finally, -"turn off your damn cellphone."
🧘🏽♀️According to a study published by JAMA Internal Medicine the following lifestyle changes result in 50% reduction of heartburn or GERD symptoms: No smoking, drinking fewer than two cups of coffee, tea or soda a day, following a diet that is low in red meat and added sugars, getting at least 30 minutes a day of moderate to vigorous exercise and maintaining a body mass index (BMI) below 25.
🎵Mayim Bialik, Neuroscientist and actress from the sitcom show The Big Bang Theory recently launched her podcast Breakdown. Bialik breaks down mental health issues during interviews with different personalities referencing science to back up her statements.
🎵The songwriting team behind the Tony Award winner Broadway musical Come From Away wrote a song to celebrate Canada. This is Canada Nice was published by the Tourism Department's official Youtube channel with an animated video showcasing all the positive things that this North American country has to offer.
💕Cree syllabics sports apparel is unique and it can help First Nation youth purchase Hockey gear. Harlan Kingfisher is a husband, a dad and First Nation hockey player from Sturgeon Lake Saskatchewan created the brand Smudge the Blades with the vision to give back to the community where he grew up playing hockey. "I learned life skills from Hockey that helped me grow into the father, husband and man I am today" Kingfisher claims, who saw the creation of his clothing line as an opportunity to give back to the Sturgeon Lake First Nation Hockey community.