Monthly Archives: November 2020

How to Be Consistent in Your Daily Life

How to Be Consistent in Your Daily Life

  “If you are persistent, you will get it. If you are consistent, you will keep it.” I’m positive my clients and regular readers would agree my slogan should be, “Consistency is key!” I preach it  and apply this principle to all areas of life; nutrition, exercise, career and relationships. Habits – good or bad […]

10 Best Vitamin D Supplements For Better Health & Stronger Immunity

10 Best Vitamin D Supplements For Better Health & Stronger Immunity

  In the following article, I will be covering several topics that ‘cutting fat’ encompasses. For example, I will present exercise as a modality, as I have done in the past, namely due to the fact that it has substantial research and evidence to back it’s clear results. What you should not look for in […]

How to Be Optimistic During Challenges

How to Be Optimistic During Challenges

How to Be Optimistic During Challenges We all face challenges now and again, but it is our reaction to those challenges that determine how quickly we can overcome them. There are typically two types of views people have towards challenges – optimistic or pessimistic. While everyone may have a natural tendency to have one view […]

Do digital contact tracing apps work? Here’s what you need to know.

Do digital contact tracing apps work? Here’s what you need to know.

  In the early days of the covid-19 pandemic, several competing projects launched around a deceptively simple concept: your phone could alert you if you’d crossed paths with someone who later tested positive. One system for these exposure notifications quickly caught on. It was designed, in an improbable act of cooperation, by Apple and Google, […]

Who should get a covid-19 vaccine first?

Who should get a covid-19 vaccine first?

  The consensus among most modelers is that if the main goal is to slash mortality rates, officials must prioritize vaccinating those who are older, and if they want to slow transmission, they must target younger adults. “Almost no matter what, you get the same answer,” says Harvard epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch. Vaccinate the elderly first […]

The promise of the fourth industrial revolution

The promise of the fourth industrial revolution

  The technology behind the First Industrial Revolution was water and steam power, which mechanized textile production. The innovation made factories commonplace, which brought more people to cities and caused social upheaval. In the second, electric power made mass production possible. The third was based on semiconductors, which facilitated the data processing that automated production […]

US emissions plummeted this year – for all the wrong reasons

US emissions plummeted this year – for all the wrong reasons

  The good news: US greenhouse-gas emissions are on track to fall 9% this year, marking the lowest levels of climate pollution in at least three decades, according to the research group BloombergNEF. The bad news: The dramatic decline is almost entirely attributable to the pandemic-driven economic downturn, not to any fundamental and lasting shifts […]