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Hanna is the entertainment and lifestyle editor for CDN. Fan of great movies, legendary music, outdoor activities and cool stuff in general, her opinions, as expressed in her articles, are her own and not necessarily shared by anyone .. anywhere .. ever. Follow Hanna on Twitter: @Hanna_CDN

Growing U.S. Physician Shortage Hits Maternity Care

Millennial women starting families may face the biggest impact New research released today shows a growing shortage of obstetricians and gynecologists (OB-GYN) and the potential crisis this poses for women’s healthcare. Doximity’s “2019 OB-GYN Workforce Study” analyzed the primary factors impacting the specialty on a national and local level, including the percentage of OB-GYNs nearing retirement age, the number of ...

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New Study Reveals Sitting at Home Most Detrimental to Health

We’ve all seen the statistics somewhere– a sedentary lifestyle increases the risk of death by 71%, heart attacks by 147%, and certain cancers by 66%. What got lost in the numbers however were the types of sitting most harmful to our bodies. A new study sheds light on this important nuance. Researchers from the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons ...

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Sixty-Four Percent of Travelers Secretly Extend Business Trips for Pleasure – Without Telling Anyone

Summer is peak vacation time for most, but for frequent business travelers, it can be a struggle to squeeze in a much-needed vacation between work trips. With its latest “La Quinta Means Business” national survey, La Quinta® by Wyndham unveils the unique trends and challenges for business travelers during the summer season and busy back-to-school months. (Wyndham Hotels & Resorts) The ...

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By the numbers: Traumatic brain injury in the United States

Traumatic brain injury, commonly referred to as intracranial injury, takes place when an external factor causes harm to the brain, which can be correlated with neurologic deficits. More often than not, traumatic brain injury is the outcome of a violent blow to the head. Other causes include auto accidents, firearms, and falls. The wounds can be fatal. Every day, individuals ...

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75 Percent of Children Are Not Getting Enough Playtime, According to New Research

In the survey of 840 parents, it was found that approximately 75 percent of children under 12 are not getting enough active free play, such as running around or riding bikes. What’s more, the issue becomes worse as children grow older. While 65 percent of one to four-year-olds experience a deficit of active free play, the number jumps to 77 ...

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Watch Jumanji: The Next Level [Trailer]

Dwayne Johnson and crew are back in the upcoming sequel to their box office smash, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. This Christmas, Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, and Nick Jonas will return to the jungle for Kasdan’s sequel Jumanji: The Next Level. Watch the Trailer: The movie will hit theaters December 13, 2019. Content created by Conservative Daily News and ...

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Choose These Vacation Hotspots to Avoid Mobile “Dead Spots” on your Summer Getaway

These top travel destinations reveals which offers the best experience for streaming music, uploading videos and selfies, and accessing navigation apps. Nearly 49 million Americans are gearing up for 4th of July travel this week according to AAA, and they will be using their smartphones to do everything from mapping out driving routes to streaming music to sharing vacation photos and videos with ...

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The New Star Wars Episode IX Official Trailer is Out and It’s Epic

The trailer for the final movie in the most recent Star Wars trilogy was released Friday along with the title for Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker. Watch: Also in the trailer is what Star Wars fans have known for some time – all good things must come to an end. It looks like this will be the Star ...

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What is Bullying and How to Stop it?

Are you worried that you are a victim of bullying? Do you feel that you are always at the receiving end of the verbal or physical attacks by a certain group of people? Is ‘how to stop bullying’ a question that always lingers in your mind? If you are a target of someone or a group of people frequently, then ...

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The New Toy Story 4 Trailer Brings Old Friends and New Together

Disney-Pixar released the official trailer for Toy Story 4 in which Woody, Buzz and the gang make new friends and reunite with old ones to make “stories that will change you.” Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie ...

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Five Helpful Tips for Seniors Enrolling in Medicare

As we age, our needs change, especially when it comes to healthcare. By the time we become seniors, age-related illness becomes a very real issue, and income tends to decrease. On the plus side, the focus is on self-care rather than caring for a family. Medicare health coverage is meant to alleviate healthcare related costs for those 65 years of ...

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Americans Will Wager $8.5 Billion on March Madness

47 Million People Plan to Place Bets on NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Americans plan to wager $8.5 billion on this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament, with 1-in-5 adults placing a bet, according to a new survey released today by the American Gaming Association (AGA). Key findings from the survey, conducted by Morning Consult, include: 47 million American adults will wager $8.5 billion on March Madness;$4.6 billion will ...

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Five Myths and Facts About Cancer Prevention

WASHINGTON, Feb. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — February is Cancer Prevention Month. The American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) is leading a national campaign to help Americans separate the myths from facts about cancer risk. Throughout the month, AICR will debunk cancer misperceptions and empower Americans with accurate, evidence-based advice on cancer prevention. MYTH 1:Cancer is often genetic – I can’t do anything about ...

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11 Ways to Stay Active in the Winter Months

Below freezing temperatures and snow-covered roads can make the decision to stay cuddled up inside tempting. Don’t let the winter weather get you in a rut. Outdoors: 1. Snowshoeing/snow hiking: Snow on the ground doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy area parks and trails. Many state and local parks stay open year-round. These hikes can be an easy walk or an intense workout, ...

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