Life Pack Organics and American Actor/Musician Sean McNabb Join Forces in Pursuit of Health & Wellness for All

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Life Pack Organics and Sean McNabb have agreed to his representation of the company’s premium Health & Wellness hemp products as an All-Star Brand Ambassador. The 55-year-old Artist, best known for his work in films and tv shows like Sons of Anarchy, Street Survivors, and Lifetime Movies and super star bassist and vocalist in groups such as Dokken, Quiet Riot, Great white, Montrose and his solo offerings. Sean is active in the Los Angeles charity scene with fundraising events, Harley rides and he sits on the board of the Ronnie James Dio Cancer Fund. He also has developed a true passion for Life pack Organics and helping to educate Tinsel Town on the amazing benefits of Hemp CBD products.

“Life Pack Organics is committed to changing society’s perception about the benefits of hemp CBD versus the reliance on pharmaceuticals. It’s with tremendous

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Breathe new life into public health. Far too many Indians rely on Baba Ramdev, Akshay Kumar

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Media headlines and public discourse might not reflect it, but one of the most important policy priorities for India now and over the next decade is health. The immediate task, of course, is ensuring that we bring the pandemic under control within the next year. The longer term challenge is to create a health care and public health system that will form the basis of our future growth and development.

Public policies designed to bring about better health outcomes are desirable in and of themselves. But in the post-pandemic world, investment in health is important for an instrumental reason as well — to revive the Indian economy in the short-term and create a new engine of growth that the country desperately needs. Despite the beating the system has received due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Indian healthcare sector has the potential and the opportunity

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Sidero Bioscience Announces Agreement with SRS Life Sciences for Commercialization of BioFe for Iron Deficiency

Sidero Bioscience, LLC, (Hershey, PA) a clinical stage biotechnology company targeting human digestive health, today announces the execution of a term sheet agreement with SRS Life Sciences PTE. LTD, (Singapore) a leading life sciences company. The agreement provides SRS exclusive rights for sales, marketing, and distribution of Sidero’s patented biologic iron, BioFeTM, for the management of iron deficiency and related disorders in India and Southeast Asia.

“This agreement illustrates the excellent partners and licensing opportunities available for our robust and intuitive BioFe technology,” noted Darren Wolfe, Ph.D., President & CEO, Sidero, adding “Iron Deficiency remains a massive global unmet medical need, one that BioFe addresses with natural biology instead of chemicals. We are encouraged by the eagerness of the SRS team to work with us and expect a binding agreement in the near term.”

“At SRS Life Sciences, we exist to change what’s possible for the health of

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S.C. health officials: This year’s flu shot may be ‘most important of your life’ | Coronavirus

Officials at South Carolina’s leading health agency are strongly encouraging flu vaccinations in light of ongoing health crises caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Health experts from the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control are urging flu shots with the hope that early vaccination can help flatten the state’s curve of influenza infections, fearing that an influx of flu-related hospitalizations could exacerbate issues hospitals are already facing as they deal with the worst public health crisis in a century. 

“This year, this may be the most important flu shot of your life,” said Dr. Brannon Traxler, interim DHEC public health director, in a news release. “We’re experiencing the worst public health crisis in 100 years, and it’s never been more important for each and every one of us to stay as healthy as possible. We owe it to ourselves, our loved ones and the essential workers and first responders who

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Health and Wellness, Elevated: Preferred Health Magazine Leads Online Conversation On Living A Better, Mindful Life

NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — When it comes to informative, accurate, and entertaining pieces on health and wellness, there’s one publication that has managed to establish its name as a leading authority in the field, and that is none other than Preferred Health Magazine.

Preferred Health Magazine (PHM) is a staple at waiting areas in practices across the US and Canada. Preferred Health Magazine has also drawn the attention of those outside the medical sphere that have a keen interest in healthy living, and have sought its articles and features as a means to keep abreast with the latest developments in the industry.

Covering trending news stories and politics affecting the healthcare sector; how to and where to go articles, as well as holistic approaches, PHM further profiles some of the most sought-after physicians in the country. 

Preferred Health Magazine is also known for its exclusive

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Having a baby later in life may increase longevity, study suggests

Women who have kids later on in life may live longer, according to the findings of a recent study.

Following the birth of a woman’s last child, certain measurements may be linked with her projected lifespan, according to a study published Wednesday in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society (NAMS).

More specifically, leukocyte telomere length – telomeres “are repeating DNA-protein complexes that protect the ends of chromosomes and have proven to be critical for maintaining genomic stability,” per a news release on the findings – may play a role in a woman’s longevity. A woman’s age at the birth of her last child may affect telomere length, ultimately impacting

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How Do You MAXIMize Your Life and Your Wellness Practice at the Same Time?

Dr. Andrea Maxim is a naturopathic doctor and the founder of MAXIMized Business. She’s also the creator of the MAXIMized Practitioner Method.

Dr. Andrea Maxim


Atlanta, Georgia , Oct. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — One of the greatest challenges we see with health-based business owners is matching the desire to help people while at the same time making sure that your business also grows to a place that satisfies you and your family’s lifestyle. Today, she helps health and wellness professionals understand how to grow their business in a way that makes sense, and give you back the freedom of time.

By using a proven systemized approach and a quality foundation of smart marketing, you’ll both grow your income to multiple streams, reach your ideal patient/client, and stand out against the competition. 

Unfortunately, after coming out of any type of medical schooling, you realize that you were ONLY

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5 Steps To Eating Healthy On A Budget : Life Kit : NPR

Eating healthy on a budget.
Eating healthy on a budget.

Shana Spence says she’s an “eat-anything” dietitian: she encourages her clients to eat what they actually enjoy. When it comes to food, she says to focus on what nourishes your body, fills you up, and doesn’t break the bank.

Life Kit consulted Spence for advice on how to cut back costs on food while still eating nutritious meals.

Foods labeled “organic” and “non-GMO” are often viewed as the “top shelf” or “name brand” healthy food – and they’re priced that way too. But, there are lots of affordable and wholesome alternatives (hello frozen veggies!).

Minding your budget while eating the foods that nourish you takes a little planning — but it’s possible. Here are some of Spence’s tips to help you grocery shop and keep your fridge stocked.

Embrace frugality

From personal experience and working with clients, Spence says many people are “self-conscious” about not being able to afford “fancy”

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Where You Live at 50 Could Determine Life Expectancy

One explanation: “Counties with a higher percentage of residents of color could also have a higher number of segregated neighborhoods and communities,” and segregated communities can concentrate poverty, the report points out, further restricting access to quality schools, safe parks, good jobs, and banks and capital for business development. Chronic stress from systemic racism and discrimination in health care have also put predominantly Black communities at a disadvantage when it comes to life expectancy.

“Evidence is clear that counties with more Black residents are having worse outcomes, and it’s incumbent on all of us to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to live a longer and healthier life,” Tan says.

“Those extra years are another anniversary, potentially another grandchild — that’s what people are missing out on.”

The coronavirus pandemic and life expectancy

Though the data in the report predates the coronavirus pandemic, Tan says COVID-19 — which has

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Better Life Partners taps Bravado Health to help curb community’s opioid crisis

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Bravado Health recently announced a partnership with Better Life Partners to help achieve their goal of helping vulnerable populations achieve healthier lives.

Better Life Partners was created to help those with opioid use disorder (OUD) achieve lasting and meaningful recoveries. While COVID-19 has dominated the headlines for the past several months, it is important to remember that there is a very real and powerful opioid epidemic in this country as well. This crisis has worsened in recent years and projections indicate these drugs could kill more than half a million Americans in the next decade.

Although help is available, many suffering from OUD lack access to high-quality health care. Better Life Partners helps these individuals by offering a treatment program that combines the best evidence-based practices with a hyper-local, community-based delivery model. This approach, which can include prescription medications such

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