Exipure (Canada, Australia, NZ, UK, USA, South Africa) Reviews

Exipure (Canada, Australia, NZ, UK, USA, South Africa) Reviews

Exipure is a unique weight loss supplement that works to help burn fat and lose weight. This revolutionary formula helps to boost metabolism and energy levels. It is made with 100% natural and pure fat burning ingredients. It also reduces appetite and promotes overall well-being, assisting in gaining a slim shape body. What is Exipure?Exipure … Read more

How lifestyle changes and food modifications help to cure fatty liver

How lifestyle changes and food modification help to cure fatty liver

Chronic liver disease is mainly a lifestyle-related disease with a sedentary lifestyle being a predisposing factor Representational image. News18 Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease has become one of the leading causes of chronic liver disease. It is mainly a lifestyle-related disease with a sedentary lifestyle being a predisposing factor. There are other causes like alcohol consumption, … Read more

GluCare.Health launches value-based weight management pilot

GluCare.Health launches value-based weight management pilot

A Dubai-based healthtech startup has partnered with Novo Nordisk to launch what is considered one of the first value-based reimbursement model trials in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). GluCare.Health – named amongst the 50 most-funded startups in the region by Forbes Middle East at $20 million – and the Danish multinational pharmaceutical company … Read more

10 things to do in Boston this 4th of July weekend 2022

10 things to do in Boston this 4th of July weekend 2022

Events BosTen is your weekly guide to the best events and coolest happenings in and around Boston. People lie on confetti after the Independence Day celebrations near the Hatch Shell along the Charles River Esplanade. Keith Bedford/Globe Staff Welcome to BosTen, your weekly guide to the coolest events and best things to do in Boston … Read more

The offspring share the centenarians’ unique

The offspring share the centenarians' unique

image: Consuelo Borrás, study coordinator and CIBERFES researcher; and José Viña, head of the CIBERFES group, principal investigator of the INCLIVA Aging and Exercise Research Group, and professor of the University of Valencia view more Credit: CIBERFES Genetic analysis of the offspring of centenarians reveals a specific genetic footprint that can explain why they are … Read more

Demetrious Johnson Discusses Title Rematch Against Adriano Moraes

Demetrious Johnson Discusses Title Rematch Against Adriano Moraes

ONE Championship returns to US primetime with ONE 161: Moraes vs. Johnson II on Friday, Aug. 26, and the ONE flyweight world championship will be on the line in the evening’s headliner. The last time flyweight king Adriano Moraes and mixed martial arts GOAT Demetrious Johnson shared the ONE Circle, the Brazilian superstar stunned the … Read more

Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth and Forecast – Designer Women

Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth and Forecast – Designer Women

According to the latest report by IMARC Group, the GCC weight loss market size reached US$ 3.77 Billion in 2020. Looking forward, the market expects to grow at a CAGR of 9.50% during 2021-2026. Over the years, obesity has emerged as a key health concern in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region owing to the … Read more

Westminster sketch: Martial arts mayhem in Commons with kung fu heels and karate winks

Westminster sketch: Martial arts mayhem in Commons with kung fu heels and karate winks

IT WAS the House of Cards without the Joker at Prime Minister’s Questions, as Boris Johnson was away amusing the lieges in yonder Europe. That doesn’t mean the others don’t know how to have fun. Indeed, at one point, Tory stand-in Dominic Raab winked at his Labor opposite number. Angela Rayner, for her part, aware … Read more