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All of us have taken a look at the back of our food and seen that bold, nutritional facts labels starting back at us. It's enough to confuse anyone that's not a registered dietitian. With ingredients too hard to pronounce, odd measurements, and recommended percentages, leaving you scratching your head thinking is this good for me or not? Reading a nutrition label doesn't have to leave you perplexed; use our guide to help you decipher through the valuable information that is telling you a bit more about the food you are using for your swimming performance plan.   SERVING SIZE...

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With doctors still determining the full breadth of COVID-19 symptoms. The clearest signs of the disease appear to be fever, dry cough and shortness of breath. Some other symptoms although they are less common also appear to include headache, sore throat, abdominal pain and diarrhea. And just like the flu, COVID-19 can cause respiratory issues that can lead to serious problems, such as pneumonia.  The mortality rate of the coronavirus so far is around 2% (this number will most likely change as more people are tested.) "Most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness...

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Daily exercise, such as an hour of walking after work could cancel out the negative effect of sitting at a desk all day, research suggests. Scientists analysed data on a million men and women and found that sitting for more than eight hours per day without taking exercise increased the risk of dying prematurely by 60%. In particular, the risks of heart disease and cancer were found to increase with an inactive lifestyle. However, they also found that this increased risk was eliminated when workers took one hour’s moderate activity a day, such as a brisk walk or cycle.   The...

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