Exercise.com vs. Virtuagym vs. Fitbit Care [Comparison Chart]

Exercise.com vs. Virtuagym vs. Fitbit Care [Comparison Chart]

Manage and Grow Your Fitness Business Better with Exercise.com. Learn more below. Choose the Exercise.com All-In-One Fitness Business Management Software Platform. Read this head-to-head Virtuagym vs. Fitbit Care software comparison, where we place Fitbit Care up against Virtuagym, and see for yourself why Exercise.com is still the best choice. With Exercise.com, get a custom web […]

Exercise.com vs. Pike13 vs. Gymshark [Comparison Chart]

Exercise.com vs. Pike13 vs. Gymshark [Comparison Chart]

Manage and Grow Your Fitness Business Better with Exercise.com. Learn more below. Choose the Exercise.com All-In-One Fitness Business Management Software Platform. Read this head-to-head Pike13 vs. Gymshark software comparison, where we place Gymshark up against Pike13, and see for yourself why Exercise.com is still the best choice. With Exercise.com, get a custom web and smartphone […]

The Company That Makes Remdesivir Says it Considerably Reduces COVID-19 Deaths

In a report published Friday, researchers from biopharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences said that COVID-19 patients receiving its antiviral drug remdesivir experienced lower mortality rates and better recovery times compared to those not getting the treatment. The researchers compared 312 people hospitalized for COVID-19 and who received remdesivir to 818 people with similarly severe cases who […]

UK Government Relaxes Quarantine Rules For Travelers From 58 Countries

The U.K. government is relaxing quarantine rules for travelers arriving from 58 countries, who will no longer be required to self-isolate for 14 days when entering the country. Starting on July 10, travelers from a range of destinations including Spain, France, Italy and Germany will be able to move freely between countries. The UK Department […]

Duncan Selbie’s Friday Message – 10 July 2020

Duncan Selbie’s Friday Message – 10 July 2020

Dear everyone Obesity The Prime Minister has spoken publicly and candidly about his commitment to tackle obesity, in both adults and children, and how his attitude towards this has changed following his personal battle with COVID-19. I know his personal leadership on this will be warmly welcomed by the public health community across the country. […]

An Oregon company wants to give a free mask to every American

An Oregon company wants to give a free mask to every American

“I placed an order on Amazon in mid-March, but they said it wasn’t actually available until July. I was all stressed out,” Day recalled in a recent phone interview. “I really wasn’t going out anywhere. And if I had to, I pulled my shirt up over my face.” That was around the time she noticed […]

Meet the Heroes Fighting on the Front Lines Against Covid-19

The New York Times Presents: ‘They Get Brave’ Producers/Directors Samantha Stark, Alexandra Garcia, John Pappas, Lora Moftah Watch on Friday at 10 p.m. on FX and streaming on Hulu. As the first Covid-19 patients started showing up in New York City emergency rooms, the doctors and nurses on the front lines were resolute. After months […]

With coronavirus science still iffy, U.S. schools hope to reopen for 56.6 million K-12 students

With coronavirus science still iffy, U.S. schools hope to reopen for 56.6 million K-12 students

This pivotal moment in the coronavirus pandemic comes as scientists are still trying to understand precisely how the virus affects children and how children affect the spread of the virus. This dicey decision point has generated tension between President Trump and his own public health experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with […]

Things We ❤: Covid Act Now Map

Alt: A doodle holds up the Covid Act Now map. There are lots of numbers floating around these days in relation to COVID-19. We’ve written before about how people struggle with numeracy — but mix that with a dash of pandemic anxiety, and you’ve got a recipe for widespread confusion. So this week, dear readers, […]

After Push From Experts, World Health Organization Says It’s Possible COVID-19 Spreads By Air

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday heeded calls from more than 200 scientists, who urged the global health authority to acknowledge that COVID-19 may spread by air. Previously, the WHO said contact with large respiratory droplets, like those expelled in a sick person’s cough or sneeze, appeared to be the primary way COVID-19 spreads. […]

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