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4 Fun Ways to Maintain a Healthy Diet

People rarely associate dieting with “fun.” Of course, sticking to a healthy diet can be challenging. And it certainly can be frustrating. However, the healthiest individuals understand that dieting can and should be an enjoyable experience. You don’t have to make yourself miserable just to maintain a healthy lifestyle. With that in mind, today we’ll focus on four fun ways that you can start –– or continue –– your diet. Check them out here:

4 Health Goals Everyone Should Set to End 2020 on a High

Believe it or not, 2020 is almost over. Of course this has been an incredibly difficult year for almost everyone on the planet. And as a result, it’s understandable why some individuals may not have managed to maintain the lofty fitness goals they set for themselves back in January. Thankfully, it’s never too late to make a positive change for your health. Indeed, by setting and reaching these four important health goals, you can improve your overall wellness and set yourself up for success in 2021. Check them out here:

Coronavirus: Doctor tests positive in Rai Bareli

Rai Bareli/UNI: After a doctor tested positive for the novel coronavirus, his family members have been quarantined in this Uttar Pradesh district, sources said on Monday.

Doctor commits suicide on first day of duty

Nagpur, July 5 (UNI): A 26-year-old doctor allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself in his hostel room of Indira Gandhi Medical College and Hospital (IGMCH) here, police said here on Friday.

Overuse of antibiotics not what the doctor ordered : Study

Sydney, July 22 (IBNS): With an increased use of antibiotics worldwide linked to growing antibiotic resistance, a world-first study co-authored by a QUT researcher has highlighted the growing impact of non-prescription supply of antibiotics in community pharmacies, and the urgent need for better enforcement of laws.