South America Health and Fitness Club Market 2020-2025 by Service and Country

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The “South America Health and Fitness Club Market – Growth, Trends and Forecast (2020-2025)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The South American Health and Fitness Club Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.49% during the forecast period (2020-2025).

The growing health consciousness and the rising healthcare costs are leading customers to consume healthy food and engage in regular workouts to remain fit. Thus, customers are increasingly adopting preventive healthcare, which, in turn, resulted in an increased number of fitness club establishments in the region.

According to the Federal Council of Physical Education, there was more than a 12% increment in the number of fitness clubs in Brazil during 2012-2016. The statistics portray a proportionate rise in the number of consumers opting for such services to meet fitness requisites.

The rise in government initiatives to promote fitness has also been driving market growth. Furthermore, to sustain

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Emergency Dentist Lombard Il Now Open 24 Hours Broken Lost Tooth Ache Extraction

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Emergency Dental Service Lombard Il now open 24 hours to service Villa Park, Villa Park, Glen Ellyn, Glendale Heights, Downers Grove. Emergency Dentists 24/7.

LOMBARD, IL / ACCESSWIRE / July 28, 2020 / Emergency Dental Service Lombard Il has announced its updated services for patients looking for 24-hour emergency dentist treatment in and around the Lombard area to service Villa Park, Glen Ellyn, Glendale Heights, Downers Grove.

For more information visit https://www.emergencydentalservice.com/emergencydentist/lombard-il-smile-more-dental.

The recently launched service marks an expansion of the practice into Lombard, Illinois. Some of the most common issues that they are prepared to deal with are: Partially Dislodged Tooth, Fully Dislodged Tooth, Broken/Fractured Tooth, Object Stuck Between Teeth, Severe Toothache, and Root Canals.

The practice understands that emergencies do not give people the time to prepare so they offer very flexible payment plans. They accept most types of medical insurance and if a patient does not have

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Las Vegas food banks brace for increase in need, $600 supplement to unemployment could expire

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LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Thousands of valley families could be left in jeopardy if Congress does not extend the extra $600 unemployment benefit and some nonprofits are bracing for a large increase in demand if that happens.

Three Square food bank is already seeing people prepare for the worst. When the pandemic first started, it saw 60% more people needing food every day. In the last couple weeks, it says it has actually seen an increase in people needing food.

RELATED: Las Vegas residents speak out about missing $600 unemployment benefit

The COO of Three Square, Larry Scott, says he believes people on unemployment are preparing to lose that extra money.

“We’re already starting to feel the impacts of that,” Scott said. “I think people are trying to find food sources today, knowing that it’s about to come upon them.”

Scott says they’ve had enough food up until this point,

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Using personalized precision medicine to treat cognitive decline

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Latest research from Affirmativ Health succeeds in treating cognitive decline using personalized, precision medicine.

Affirmativ Health sought to determine whether a comprehensive and personalized program, designed to mitigate risk factors of Alzheimer’s disease could improve cognitive and metabolic function in individuals experiencing cognitive decline. Findings provided evidence that this approach can improve risk factor scores and stabilize cognitive function.

July 31, 2020/Sonoma, CA Cognitive decline is a major concern of the aging population. Already, Alzheimer’s disease affects approximately 5.4 million Americans and 30 million people globally. Without effective prevention and treatment, the prospects for the future are bleak. By 2050, it is estimated that 160 million people globally will have the disease, including 13 million Americans, leading to potential bankruptcy of the Medicare system. Unlike several other chronic illnesses, Alzheimer’s disease is on the rise–recent estimates suggest that Alzheimer’s disease has become

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Rolling Hills leads wave of fitness clubs reopening outdoors

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  • Greg Wright does a weightlifting exercise outdoors in the “Muscle Lawn” at the Rolling Hills Country Club in Novato, Calif. on July 25, 2020. Rolling Hills moved weights and fitness classes outdoors and are practicing social distancing for swimming and tennis due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Douglas Zimmerman/Special to the Marin Independent Journal)

  • Members use fitness machines that have been placed outdoors under tents at the Rolling Hills Country Club in Novato, Calif. on July 25, 2020. (Douglas Zimmerman/Special to the Marin Independent Journal)

  • Members use fitness machines that have been placed outdoors under tents at the Rolling Hills Country Club in Novato, Calif. on July 25, 2020. (Douglas Zimmerman/Special to the Marin Independent Journal)

  • Rolling Hills Country Club employee Zinni Rodas sprays spin class cycles with a disinfectant after a class in Novato, Calif. on July 25, 2020. (Douglas Zimmerman/Special to the Marin Independent Journal)

  • Members are able

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After Reopening, This New York City Dentist Is Taking No Chances With Coronavirus

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Dr. Massiah is pleased that he and his team have been using a digital scanner since before the Covid-19 pandemic, since the process is safer than taking dental molds.


Courtesy of Smiles on the Upper West Side

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Barron’s and MarketWatch will check in regularly with six entrepreneurs across the U.S. as they confront the challenges of reviving their business amid the Covid-19 crisis.

  • Smiles on the Upper West Side
  • Owner: Dr. Shaun Massiah
  • Location: New York City
  • Employees: 4 total; 1 was laid off for non-coronavirus reasons and Massiah is looking to fill the position
  • Status: Open

In the 18 years Dr. Shaun Massiah has been practicing dentistry, patients have never told him they’re excited to see him. But that changed last month when he fully reopened his practice after he stopped seeing non-emergency patients in March.

“Every single patient of mine says ‘I’m excited

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Protecting your skin to reduce your chance of skin cancer

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During the COVID-19 pandemic many people are enjoying the outdoors more often because it’s a way to get out and about while still social distancing. Intermountain Healthcare doctors are reminding people to take care of their skin using sunscreen, sunblock and protective clothing.

According to the American Cancer Society, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. One in five people will develop skin cancer at some point in their life.

Measured against other states, Utah has the highest incidents of melanoma, which is the most dangerous form of skin cancer. Experts say this is due to our higher elevation and frequent access to outdoor activities. They note there’s an increased risk for all Utahns, including people of color.

Dermatologists note sunscreen or sunblock isn’t just for going to the beach or hiking in the wilderness but anytime you’re out in the sun. Doctors say sun damage now can

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Sask. expands wage supplement for healthcare workers

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REGINA —
The province of Saskatchewan announced it is expanding the eligibility for its Temporary Wage Supplement Program.

The program’s expansion will include all integrated healthcare employees who work in short and long-term care facilities. The wage supplements will be provided regardless of income level.

A new application form will be available in the coming days. The application deadline is Sept. 1.

“Previously, workers at integrated facilities were eligible if they had a gross salary from all sources of less than $2,500 per month and earned less than $24.00 per hour. That income threshold has been lifted, as it was when the program was modified in June for workers at licensed personal care homes and special care homes,” the province said in a news release.

Eligible workers can receive $400 per four-week period for up to 16 weeks.

The supplement is not available to contract service providers working in these

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Skin care tips during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic

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Most people are washing their hands or using hand sanitizer more frequently these days. Many are also wearing face masks when in public or during work shifts, often for hours at a time.

These measures are key to reducing the spread of the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). But they can irritate and damage your skin. Making a few skin care changes for your hands and face can help counteract these effects.

Hand care

One of the most important things you can do to protect against COVID-19 is to keep your hands clean and free from germs. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that you wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.

But lots of hand washing can strip your hands of their natural oils. To prevent

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Coronavirus: Saskatchewan government expands temporary wage supplement program

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More workers at Saskatchewan health-care facilities are now eligible for the province’s temporary wage supplement program.

The program was introduced in April to provide financial support to some workers helping vulnerable citizens during the coronavirus pandemic.

The government said Thursday it now includes include all workers, regardless of income level, at integrated health-care facilities that provide both short-term and long-term health care.

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Saskatchewan to offer financial support for workers helping most vulnerable

When the program was first announced, it was limited to eligible workers who had a gross monthly salary of less than $2,500 from all sources and earned less than $24 an hour.

The province said that the income threshold has been lifted, as it was when the program was modified in June for workers at licensed personal care homes and special care homes.

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“Our government wants to ensure that through this program

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