Mercy Health doctor: Simple solutions to tackle ‘maskne’ | Lorain County

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As the state of Ohio continues to tackle the novel coronavirus pandemic with mask wearing a part of the daily lives of Ohioans, some residents are dealing with the unexpected side effects of “maskne.”

A play on words with the skin irritation many people are experiencing due to wearing masks on a daily basis, Dr. Valerie Nemeth, of Mercy Health Vermilion Primary Care, says there are a number of steps people can take to prevent and mitigate the soreness to protect the health of their skin.

The problem is arising from irritation with the mask fabric rubbing against the skin all day in addition to the hot, humid environment making the skin more prone to breakouts, including those who have never experienced acne before.

Wearing a clean mask every day can make a world of difference as far as prevention, Nemeth said.

She encouraged people to make sure to wash

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Milind Soman busts 3 most common myths about health and fitness in new post

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Milind Soman is one of the healthiest celebrities out there and there is no denying that. Since the lockdown began, the actor has been sharing a lot of tips with his fans and helping them stay fit, physically and mentally.

In his latest post as well, Milind is tackling the subject of health and fitness, and busting some common myths. The supermodel shared a throwback picture from 2018 and captioned it, “#ThrowbackThursday 2018.. 3 myths about health and fitness! Health food is expensive – Truth is eat local and seasonal, its healthiest and cheapest. You need space or a gym to exercise – Truth is bodyweight exercise can make you really fit and can be done at home in a space 8ft by 10ft (sic).”

“You need time to exercise – Truth is micro workouts take 3-4 minutes and

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LifeTime Initiative with BSC Aims to Improve European Healthcare Through Cell-Based Interceptive Medicine

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Sept. 8, 2020 — Hundreds of innovators, research pioneers, clinicians, industry leaders and policy makers from all around Europe are united by a vision of how to revolutionize healthcare. In two publications – a perspective article in the journal Nature and the LifeTime Strategic Research Agenda – they now present a detailed roadmap of how to leverage the latest scientific breakthroughs and technologies over the next decade, to track, understand and treat human cells throughout an individual’s lifetime.

Magnification of miniature chips: Single cells are encapsulated in tiny droplets and supplied with reagents for further processing. Image courtesy of BSC.

The LifeTime initiative, including the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), has developed a strategy to advance personalized treatment for five major disease classes: cancer, neurological-, infectious-, chronic inflammatory- and cardiovascular diseases. The aim is a new age of personalized, cell-based interceptive medicine for Europe with the potential of improved health

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Fla. Dentist’s Bid For COVID-19 Loss Coverage Axed

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Law360 (September 3, 2020, 4:10 PM EDT) —
A Florida federal judge handed a win to Allied Insurance Co. of America, freeing the insurer from having to pay for a dental clinic’s claimed COVID-19 related losses, holding that the policy’s virus exclusion clearly bars coverage.

U.S. District Judge John L. Badalamenti tossed Mauricio Martinez, DMD, P.A.’s suit seeking coverage for losses stemming from state-mandated closures because of COVID-19 Tuesday, holding that the dental practice’s alleged losses are not covered by the policy, which expressly

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Is a Low-Protein Diet Healthy? Here’s What Dietitians Think

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While the only traveling I’ve done during quarantine is from my bedroom to the couch, Netflix’s Down To Earth With Zac Efron is at least providing a little window into life in more exciting, distant locales. (And I mean, Zac Efron is the tour guide, so there’s that.)

In episode four, Efron travels down to Sardinia, Italy, one of the world’s five Blue Zones. In these regions, people regularly live to be over 100 and in good health; Sardinia itself houses 10 times more centenarians per capita than the U.S. So Efron spent his trip gaining some insight into what exactly makes Sardinians so darn healthy.

The most shocking fact he learned was that, compared to how we eat here in the States, Sardinians have a low-protein diet, tending to cap their intake at 50 grams a day. To compare, the average American is supposed to eat 75 grams of

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