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Getting Back to the Gym After Covid: 4 Top Tips to Keep You Safer

When the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic swept across the world, our lives were changed in its wake. Guidelines, rules and recommendations concerning social distancing and social isolation came into place to reduce infection rates and this meant that many of us had to give up our usual hobbies and spend a lot more time indoors. As a result, many haven’t been able to go to the gym and we are feeling unhealthy and more unfit than before.

COVID-19 Vaccine Shortage Inequality Calls For VOW to Take Action

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“If one nation has COVID-19 and no access to vaccines, all countries remain in danger.” So how can immunization equality be assured?

Eek Don’t Freak – Here’s 8 ‘What To Dos’ Before A First Date

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LISA TAMATI HAS RUN THROUGH HELL AND SURVIVED

Lisa Tamati, 44, had severe asthma as a child, broke her back in two places at the age of 21-years and compressed two discs. However, she hasn’t let these conditions stand between her and her love of running. Having travelled more than 60,000 kilometres — almost one and a half times around the circumference of the world — on foot, in some of the world’s toughest desert terrains, Tamati can say she has run through hell and survived.

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