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Solon: Not victims but victors
LIKE most of us, I do not know what the future holds. These times are unchartered, unpredictable and uncertain. There is no playbook for what will happen next. We don’t know when things will get back to normal. We do ...
From 6 days ago
Solon: Good health amid Covid-19
I AM a year into my International Health postgraduate degree. You know how some students complain about not having any actual application for their academic studies? I have it the other way these days. What scares us the most is ...
From 13 days ago
Solon: Should we let children lift weights?
IN A few weeks’ time, summer is upon us. This is also the time when parents have to think of strategies to keep their children busy rather than have them sit and play video games or tinker with gadgets all ...
From 27 days ago
Solon: What can we do to not get sick?
AS the coronavirus news takes up most of the news cycles, and we hoard on alcohol, disinfectants and facial masks, everybody is looking to do whatever they can to minimize and stop the transmission of sickness and disease. Recent literature ...
From 34 days ago
Solon: Long-term effects of exercise
WE MIGHT have that uncle or aunt who swears by their daily exercise routine. It may be walking, dance, yoga, lifting weights, gardening or even mahjong. I don’t know about you, but I envy them.We know a lot of people ...
From 41 days ago
Solon: The short-term benefits of exercise
THE American Council for Sports Medicine defines exercise as an activity that requires physical effort to improve and sustain health and fitness. There are a myriad of benefits to exercise, some short-term and others long-term. The short-term effects are great ...
From 48 days ago
Solon: Exercise and immune function
THE 2019 Novel coronavirus is wreaking havoc on our news cycles and more importantly our news feeds with so much information coming from so many different and “credible” sources.What I’m afraid of is the lack of information experts have on ...
From 55 days ago
Solon: Remembering Kobe
PEOPLE die every day from senseless deaths but why does Kobe Bryant’s death have so much impact on so many, myself included, and I’m not even a fan? He was not perfect and sinless, his failures were even broadcasted for ...
From 62 days ago
Solon: Why exercise gets a bad name
THERE has been a wave of health and wellness information over the past few years. We often hear of people embarking on weight loss programs to great success and those who have effectively controlled their otherwise ill health by eating ...
From 69 days ago
Solon: Exercise and the brain: Alzheimer’s
THERE are 50 million people afflicted with Alzheimer’s, a progressive disease wherein dementia symptoms gradually worsen over a number of years. In 2050, it is projected that over 100 million people worldwide will suffer. In 2018, research and pharmaceutical giants ...
From 76 days ago