Ceremony marks milestone for Aggie Square

(SACRAMENTO) The University of California, Davis, the city of Sacramento and project developer Wexford Science and Technology today (Feb. 16) celebrated a milestone in the university’s Aggie Square project with a ceremonial groundbreaking. Located on UC Davis’ Sacramento campus, Aggie Square is an innovation hub that brings together university research and teaching, industry and the … Read more

Want to bust belly fat? You’ve been doing it all wrong

WHEN striving for a flatter stomach, you might focus on increasing sit-ups and crunches in the gym. After all, aren’t those exercises people with washboard stomachs and six-packs do? 4 Experts have revealed the common mistakes people make when trying to lose belly fatCredit: Getty What if we told you experts rarely advise these exercises … Read more

can taking a fitness break improve stress?

I can’t remember the last time I didn’t do any exercise for more than 48 hours. That’s not to say that I don’t sometimes wish I could spend a week lying in, not looking at my step-count. But when you know it’s good for you, it’s almost impossible to stop moving, guilt-free. I work out … Read more

Over 60? This Kind Of Cardio Can Sharpen Your Brain Fast, Says Science — Eat This Not That

When people joke around about getting older, it’s pretty common to hear use of the age-old expression, “You’re only as old as you feel.” Well, if you do feel like you’re getting older—either mentally or physically—it’s time to start taking action. It’s always a great idea to walk each day and to make sure you’re … Read more

Michigan to spend $1.2B to fight COVID-19, address health care worker shortage

Michigan is ramping up its COVID-19 relief efforts with new legislation to help recruit and retain healthcare workers, test students at schools and speed up processing at labs. gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) signed a new law Wednesday approving $1.2 billion in federal aid money for COVID-19 relief efforts, with $300 million going toward addressing the … Read more

How To Lower Your Salt Intake – Cleveland Clinic

Whether you’ve had a weekend binge or you’re beginning to notice certain patterns in your diet, there may come a time when you feel the need to lower the amount of sodium you’re taking in. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse … Read more

Germany to cautiously lift COVID rules as neighbors quickly reopen – POLITICO

BERLIN — Germany’s regional leaders and Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Wednesday agreed on a phaseout of pandemic restrictions that goes further than what the country’s cautious health minister was ready to propose until recently. During a videoconference, the 16 leaders and Scholz agreed that March 20, the northern hemisphere’s spring equinox that heralds warmer days, … Read more