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5 cheap Prime Day deals for creating the ultimate home gym

Looking for Prime Day deals on home gym equipment? We’ve found them for you, reader. As we head into the winter months, right now is the perfect time to shape up your workout space.

Whether you’re a beginner or fitness guru, there’s a Prime Day deal on home gym equipment for you. Of course, if you’re entirely new to working out at home or have any particular health conditions, you might want to consult your doctor before making home gym purchases. But for the most part, you’ll find a deal below that’s right for you — and for your wallet. Seriously, we’re seeing savings of more than $300 on certain items.

Check out all the best Prime Day deals on home gym equipment, from affordable treadmills and total gyms to resistance bands and floor mats.

Prime Day home gym deals — top sales right now

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‘Battered American Syndrome’ is Creating a New Mental Health Crisis According to Psychotherapist Podcaster Dr. Stephanie Knarr | Nation & World

LAUREL, Md., Oct. 13, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Dr. Stephanie Knarr first started using the term “Battered American Syndrome” on a recent episode of her Podcast: Dr. Stephanie Show’s Podcast. In addition to the mental health crisis caused by COVID isolation, symptoms of Battered American Syndrome are common, putting Americans at an even greater risk for suicide.

COVID pressures have put more Americans at risk for mental health episodes, and suicide rates have increased dramatically since March.

In addition, Dr. Stephanie Knarr says she also sees many Americans with symptoms that are not unlike Battered Woman’s Syndrome. Most people are familiar with symptoms of Battered Woman’s Syndrome: feelings of helplessness, panic attacks, lowered self-esteem, and damaged relationships with friends and family. These symptoms are common among women who are in a mentally abusive relationship with an intimate partner who gaslights her, threatens to take away her livelihood, and possibly even

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“Battered American Syndrome” is Creating a Mental Health Crisis According to Psychotherapist Podcaster Dr. Stephanie Knarr | News

LAUREL, Md., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. Stephanie Knarr first started using the term “Battered American Syndrome” on a recent episode of her Podcast: Dr. Stephanie Show’s Podcast. In addition to the mental health crisis caused by COVID isolation, symptoms of Battered American Syndrome are common, putting Americans at an even greater risk for suicide.

COVID pressures have put more Americans at risk for mental health episodes, and suicide rates have increased dramatically since March.

In addition, Dr. Stephanie Knarr says she also sees many Americans with symptoms that are not unlike Battered Woman’s Syndrome. Most people are familiar with symptoms of Battered Woman’s Syndrome: feelings of helplessness, panic attacks, lowered self-esteem, and damaged relationships with friends and family. These symptoms are common among women who are in a mentally abusive relationship with an intimate partner who gaslights her, threatens to take away her livelihood, and possibly even

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Radford woman started career as dentist, but now spends time creating art

RADFORD, Va. (WDBJ) – Teresa Regil is an artist who discovered her passion for painting almost by accident after years of being a dentist.



a painting of a man and a woman posing for a photo: She said she doesn’t see a difference between dentistry and art because either way she’s using her hands.


© Janay Reece
She said she doesn’t see a difference between dentistry and art because either way she’s using her hands.

“In 2009 I tried to do something to relax and I started drawing and I said “Oh.” I did a portrait of my mom in watercolor and watercolor is so difficult and she looked like my mom. And oh, maybe I can start doing this,” said Regil.

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She had a long career as a pediatric dentist for children with special needs in Maryland.

“To me it was just a continuum from dentistry to painting to art,” said Regil.

Regil said she doesn’t see a difference between dentistry and art because either way she’s using her hands.

“I think that had a lot to

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A Radford woman started her career as a dentist, but now spends time creating art

RADFORD, Va. (WDBJ) – Teresa Regil is an artist who discovered her passion for painting almost by accident after years of being a dentist.



a painting of a man and a woman posing for a photo: She says doesn’t see a difference between dentistry and art because either way she’s using her hands.


© Janay Reece
She says doesn’t see a difference between dentistry and art because either way she’s using her hands.

“In 2009 I tried to do something to relax and I started drawing and I said “Oh” I did a portrait of my mom in watercolor and watercolor is so difficult and she looked like my mom. And oh, maybe I can start doing this,” said Teresa Regil.

Ahe had a long career as a pediatric dentist for children with special needs in Maryland.

“To me it was just a continuum from dentistry to painting to art,” said Regil.

Regil said she doesn’t see a difference between dentistry and art because either way she’s using her hands.

“I think that had a lot to do

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Orbis International Releases First-Ever Guide for Creating Simulation Training Programs for Eye Care Professionals

Just as pilots learn to fly planes through simulation training before taking off from the runway, simulation training in ophthalmology allows eye care teams to build their skills and confidence safely before progressing to real-life surgeries. Simulation training can benefit every member of the eye care team – including doctors, nurses, and anesthesiologists – and has been proven to decrease medical complications, improve the quality of patient care and increase cost savings for health facilities.

Simulation devices – like virtual reality, artificial eyes, and life-like manikins – allow for complex surgical procedures to be broken down into smaller parts, giving eye care professionals the opportunity to practice each step as many times as they need to get it right, something that is not possible with an actual patient. This reduces the learning curve for difficult techniques and accelerates skill acquisition.

“Simulation training is transforming how eye care professionals become masters

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Where to Start – Creating a Practical Home Gym

Our lives are getting busier, people have less time, and we all need to exercise daily to keep our bodies healthy and in shape. Gyms are great if you have the time to spare and if you need more motivation from other people, but how often in a week do you have plenty of time before or after work? When you are trying to fit a fitness program into your life, convenience is a vital factor. Add up the time used in packing your gym bag and toiletries, driving there, fighting for a carpark, checking in, putting your items in a locker room, waiting for equipment, making polite conversation with staff or other members, showering, then driving home. This can add up to 2 hours per day. If you have a home gym you can save more of your precious time plus never have to pay a gym membership again!… Read More