The best way to measure and test your fitness in 2023

As Chopra points out, this test can be used to monitor your risk of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries, as well as your risk of falling, postural problems, and any walking impairments you may have. While this is easy and free, the data provided is limited. Just because your hamstrings are loose doesn’t necessarily mean … Read more

JARVIS: Science Twitter needs a new home | Opinion

JARVIS: Science Twitter needs a new home |  Opinion

I will miss science Twitter. It’s hard to overstate the social network’s influence on science during the COVID-19 pandemic — and the pandemic’s influence on science Twitter. A rich community of researchers and science journalists existed there before COVID-19, but seemed to grow exponentially during the first months of the pandemic. Twitter has become an … Read more

Is the Ontario COVID Science Table about to close? It sure looks like this

Is the Ontario COVID Science Table about to close?  It sure looks like this

Ontario’s Independent Voluntary Science Table, an invaluable source of information and guidance throughout the pandemic, has been told it will be disbanded. It would be an abrupt and shocking move on the part of Public Health Ontario, which had agreed to take over the table of more than 40 scientists from its former home at … Read more

Healthy for you: Bhangra workouts are a new trend for health-conscious Indians | health

Your daily workout can get boring if it consists of just a run around the neighborhood or a walk on a treadmill at the gym. Adding music to your workout routine can get you going. Inspired by Punjab’s traditional folk dance – Bhangra – fitness trainers have now started incorporating it into their workouts. Also … Read more