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Many of us are already making plans to meet up with our favourite people once Phase 3 (Heightened Alert) kicks in on 21 June. However, these plans may need to be shelved with the sudden spike in community cases yesterday. Finance Minister and multi-ministry taskforce (MTF) co-chair Lawrence Wong raised the possible delay in the next stage of reopening slated for next Monday.
Whether we get to dine-in at eateries or not, many of us are still concerned about the on-going coronavirus situation. So why not hold a mini gathering for your party of five right at home? Set a date for a potluck party and offer to provide something that makes the young and old happy – ice cream!
Making ice cream, gelato, yoghurt, and sorbet is easier than you think. All you need is an ice cream maker. They don’t take up much kitchen space, a few of them are also portable and doesn’t require electricity to operate. The best part about making your own desserts is you can create a wide variety of healthier versions by simply tweaking the ingredients.
Check out our list of these nifty happiness generating machines: ice cream makers, popsicle makers, ice cream maker pans and ice cream rollers. These highly-reviewed gems are sorted according to their price points, from twenty-odd dollars onwards, to make it easier for you to pick one, or two, that suits your needs. Now you don’t need to stand in line for your favourite ice cream because you can create your own in the comfort of your home.
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The coronavirus cases are going down in America, and we have new tools to fight it. But you may be confused about when to get a booster, or whether or not to vaccinate your child. On Friday's episode of SiriusXM Doctor Radio's "Doctor Radio Reports," some of the country's top virus experts discussed boosters, the current situation/debate surrounding 5-11 year olds and whether or not they should get COVID-19 vaccines, and discussed Former U.S. Secretary Of State Colin Powell's recent death from C
Coronavirus cases are going down but still, every day over 75,000 people are getting infected. While vaccines are still highly effective at preventing moderate and serious disease, there have been reports of waning immunity amongst fully vaccinated individuals. There isn't reason for alarm as most cases are mostly of mild disease and asymptomatic. As a doctor, I know that you do not want to get infected, and avoiding contact with the coronavirus is very important. Read on for the places to avoid
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Coronavirus cases are going down but COVID-19 is still taking a hidden toll that won't be reflected by the number of deaths: It's a syndrome called Long COVID, or Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC), a chronic illness that affects 10 to 30% of COVID sufferers, young and old. Even after a mild case of coronavirus, these "long haulers" have symptoms that may never go away naturally. And while researchers are working furiously on a cure, patients may never get back to 100% of their f
The warning signs you're getting dementia can sneak up on you. "The word 'dementia' is an umbrella term used to describe a set of symptoms, including impairment in memory, reasoning, judgment, language and other thinking skills," says the Mayo Clinic. "Dementia usually begins gradually, worsens over time and impairs a person's abilities in work, social interactions and relationships" and "symptoms vary depending on the cause, but common signs and symptoms include" the following, says the Mayo Cl
When it comes to hunger signals, there's one hormone called ghrelin that dominates the rest, and being able to regulate it more efficiently is key to reducing belly fat. How can you send it spiking the right way? By losing weight, according to a new study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology&Metabolism.Researchers looked at nearly 300 participants who were in the obese classification of body mass index. All had lower fasting ghrelin levels compared to those in the normal weight classificatio
It's a simple fact of science: Aging brings an increased risk of certain chronic health issues. But that doesn't mean you need to prepare yourself for decades of infirmity. Knowing the most common health problems after 60—and how to prevent them—can allow you to reduce your risk and perhaps avoid them entirely. These are the conditions to watch for, according to doctors. Read on to find out more—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You May Have Already
Whether you're eager to squeeze into a specific outfit or want to improve your workout stamina and overall health, everyone has their own reasons for going on a diet.However, there's one goal practically everyone trying to lose weight has in common: getting a flat belly. While shaving off a few pounds can help reduce your risk of certain chronic ailments, like type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and fatty liver, losing inches off your waist may also lower your heart attack risk. In fact, a 201
Walk into any Trader Joe's store and you'll find at least 20 different types of pasta lining the aisle. Out of all of these options, can you guess which pasta Trader Joe's shoppers love the most? Even the biggest TJs fans probably won't believe this frontrunner is gluten-free, vegan, and actually just a vegetable. Yes, you read that right—a vegetable!Trader Joe's has a podcast, and on a recent episode, a category manager at one location said that one type of pasta has stolen the hearts of shoppe
Around the World in 80 Books by David Damrosch review – an erudite tour of the author’s head. Inspired by Phileas Fogg, an academic treks across the globe without leaving his library in a hymn to the unifying power of literature