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United States Sports Bags Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2020

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United States Sports Bags Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 10. 32% during the forecast period (2020- 2025). – The prominence of sports activities, owing to health and wellness trends, the increasing influence of social media and celebrity endorsements, and the rise in international sports events, encourages consumers to engage in sports activities.New York, Dec. 04, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “United States Sports Bags Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2020 – 2025)” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05993779/?utm_source=GNW – Additionally, the market is heading toward premiumization; this can be attributed to increased demand for high-quality premium options in affluent millennials. For instance, sports bags made from leather and other superior quality materials are gaining traction in the market. Further, premium products are not only catering to the affluent class as the high price tag is often associated with high standard/quality.- Companies are utilizing the growing trend of premium product consumption and raising the market’s affluence to introduce separate premium lineups and “mainstreamization” of premium products.Key Market TrendsGrowing Influence of Athleisure and Health Wellness TrendsThe primary drivers behind the proliferation of athleisure trends, such as health and wellness, are expected to remain popular in the forecast period. Also, the increasing active social media users create attention toward various products among consumers in the country. According to Outdoor Foundation, in the United States, the number of participants in outdoor activities, including various sports, increased from 134.4 million in 2006 to 146.1 million …

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Health And Wellness Platform Paceline Scores $5M In Venture Capital

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Paceline, a platform that incentivizes people to live healthy lifestyles, is just getting started.
The company just raised $5 million in seed money from a long list of investors, including Montage Ventures, Propel Venture Partners, Northwestern Mutual, Courtside Ventures, GreatPoint Ventures, Lux Capital, Clocktower Technology Ventures and NextView Ventures.
But according to founder and CEO Joel Lieginger, the company’s origins can be traced back to 2013 on a road in Hong Kong.
Mark McCombe, Senior Managing Director at BlackRock, also happened to be there.
“Mark and I met in Hong Kong in 2013,” Lieginger told Benzinga. “As keen road cyclists, we actually met out on the road on a group ride.” 
McCombe was running BlackRock in Asia at the time. Lieginger, meanwhile, was overseeing investor relations and corporate development at life insurance company AIA Group Ltd.
“We hit it off immediately and have been friends since,” Lieginger says. “Mark has been an integral part of my starting Paceline as he recognizes the opportunity to create vertical finance through health and wellness across credit cards, banking, and insurance.”
Not only is McCombe an angel investor in Paceline, he’s also responsible for its name, Lieginger says.
“Any avid cyclist recognizes the power of a Paceline; people working individually for the benefit of the team,” McCombe says. “When Joel spoke to me about the idea of creating a rewards community via health and wellness and financial services, I knew Paceline was the perfect name to express his vision.”
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Restore and Recover at Rejuvenate IV Hydration & Wellness Center in Olympia

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If there’s one thing we all need this time of year, it’s pampering. Even without holiday gatherings to plan, the rapid change in weather, suddenly shorter days and cramped indoor lifestyles find us achy, grumpy, tired and a little overwhelmed. Make time to take care of yourself this autumn, and schedule a visit to Rejuvenate IV Hydration & Wellness Center in Olympia now.
Take time to rest, recover, and pamper yourself at Rejuvenate IV Hydration & Wellness Center. Photo credit: Stacy McIntyre
Doctors at the Mayo Clinic advocate for self-care because “It is normal to feel stressed or overwhelmed during uncertain times. Emotions in response to uncertainty may include anxiety, fear, anger and sadness. You also could feel helpless, discouraged and, occasionally, out of control. Physical responses may include headache, muscle tension, fatigue and sleeplessness. Taking care of yourself is important so you are equipped to help your family through this time.”
Two key facets of both self-care and illness recovery are hydration and maintaining a healthy diet. At Rejuvenate, their array of IV Drips are a blend of vitamins, minerals and electrolytes tailored to a variety of physical issues and needs. Owner Stacy McIntyre, ARNP, CRNA, is proud to have recently expanded their Lilly Road suites to accommodate even more guests as state mandates allow.
When visiting, there are a variety of options. “We are blessed to now have one IV Lounge, that can seat up to four comfortably and safely, but still limit it to three,” explains Stacy. “ …

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Eleven Life is an extreme wellness retreat at Taylor River Lodge

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Eleven Life retreats push guests out of their comfort zone with tough physical challenges and activities for mental stimulation. The result? They leave happier and healthier than ever before, apparently. Olivia Palamountain reports
Luxury, boundary-pushing, adventure company Eleven Experience is launching its extreme wellness concept, Eleven Life, at Colorado’s Taylor River Lodge.
Following the same principles as the Eleven Life experience at Deplar Farm in Iceland, retreats are centred around a challenging, innovative and science-based approach to wellness and fitness.
The thinking is that small science-based adjustments can easily be incorporated into daily routines, which in turn will help guests eat smarter, sleep better, feel healthier and exercise more effectively, improving their overall wellbeing for years to come.
Not for the faint-hearted, this is a wellness concept that aims to push guests to test their limits and challenges them to think outside the box. Taylor River Lodge is a natural partner for the Eleven Experience: a low-tech, intimate retreat designed to take guests back to basics in style.
Each guest will receive a consultation and an ultra-personalised plan that incorporates Eleven Life’s key principles: aggregated gains and stimulating wellness challenges, outdoor adventure, spa therapies, fitness and nutrition. The programme combines physical outdoor adventures and invigorating activities for mental stimulation, all inspired by the lodge’s remote surroundings – think Snow Cave Yoga Nidra, Fire Yoga, Forest Bathing, and Snow Shower Hydrotherapy.
In the quest for everlasting health, wellness trends are becoming increasingly extreme. By 2022, the Global Wellness Institute predicts …

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How not to get away with murder in Asheville

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I went to prison, but it wasn’t for murder.  It was a leadership mistake and I had to learn a lesson, pay a price, and make improvements.Forty-four people have been shot this year in Asheville.  In this past weekend, there were Seven shootings. One dead. What are the leaders doing?Seven shootings should have made us declare a state of emergency. But that didn’t happen.  Between January and August, Asheville had nine murders and seven of them were black men.  Somebody got away with murder.I’m not saying that suspects were not identified, and arrests not made.  What I am saying is that something is wrong with a city where such high number of shootings and deaths occur.  More than Gastonia, Concord, Greensboro.More:One man dead following shooting in North Asheville Nov. 28More:$665,000 to stop gun violence, help ex-prisoners in Buncombe; Groups may apply for grantsAsheville has a history of Black people being shot and even murdered. Violence against Black people seems to be a pattern.Anthony Bowers was killed.Octavius Boozier was shot.Harmony was killed.Tey was killedWhen a behavior is repeated a pattern is created.  And when a pattern is maintained, a movement is sustained. We are sustaining the wrong movement here.  it’s going in the wrong direction.Buncombe County was awarded a million-dollar grant from the MacArthur Foundation to reduce jail bed population by 15%.  A diverse group of stakeholders have been meeting for the past few years and progress has been made.Of course, …

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Dr. Kube: There are ways to manage stress, anxiety from pandemic

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Julie, a pleasant young woman with no medical problems or daily medications, came to the Emergency Department complaining of insomnia. She looked anxious when I entered the room and was wearing a face mask and latex gloves.Julie told me that she couldn’t sleep and felt miserable from being so tired. She had trouble concentrating while doing her work but would just toss and turn at nights.MorefromDr. Kube: Protect yourself and others, get a flu shotShe said there were times before big tests in high school that she would have trouble falling asleep, but nothing to this extent. Her symptoms had been going on for several months but had gotten worse the past few weeks to the point that Julie felt like she couldn’t take it anymore.As we talked more, Julie said that she felt like her life was turned upside down when the COVID-19 pandemic began in the spring. She had been stressed with her finances, work and was the fear of becoming sick. She also felt isolated at home and missed seeing her friends and family.During the early week of the state shutdown, Julie was sent home from her office to work from home. Daily Zoom meetings with her boss and other coworkers had become her daily routine.It’s a story I heard over and over with many patients since the start of the pandemic.Julie became tearful and said she was feeling stressed out about everything, which was not typical for her. She   …

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Arbor Vitae Wellness celebrates grand opening

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Zebulun Browne and Samantha Mackenzie, owners of the recently opened Arbor Vitae Wellness on 146 Ocean St in South Portland, are excited to fulfill a need for massage therapy, they said. Their business celebrated its grand opening in the beginning of November. Catherine Bart photo
SOUTH PORTLAND — Celebrating its grand opening in November, Arbor Vitae Wellness is the creation of two passionate massage therapists who are looking forward to working with clients through stress, trauma and other maladies.
Arbor Vitae Wellness, now open on the plaza at 146 Ocean St. in South Portland, within the same space as Oceanpoint Acupuncture, is looking to serve the community through massage, meditation and somatic healing, the website said.
Owners Zebulun Browne and Samantha Mackenzie are licensed massage therapists, they said. Browne is also a nature connection mentor and NIASZIIH healer, and Mackenzie is a certified yoga instructor, health educator and NIASZIIH student.
Applicable with non-communicable diseases like cancer, auto-immune and heart diseases, NIASZIIH healing is an integrative hands-on approach, working with the entire body, the physical, energetic and spiritual, said Arbor Vitae Wellness’s website.
Mackenzie’s interest in massage therapy and healing came from an apprenticeship she had in her late teens, she said.
“My dad’s from Maine and my mom’s from California, so I’ve been on both coasts, and that’s how I ended up back here,” she said. “I apprenticed for a Native American healer when I was 19, and she was the one who really encouraged me to go …

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Tom Klein, MD, an Internist with Riverwoods Health

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Get to know Internist Dr. Tom Klein, who serves patients in Riverwoods, Illinois.

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(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- New York City, Dec 3, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Dr. Klein is a well-versed internist specializing in internal medicine, geriatriic medicine, and hospital medicine. He is the Medical Director of Riverwoods Health & Wellness Center and Nu Age Med Spa in Riverwoods, Illinois.
As such, he prides himself on establishing state-of-the-art facilities and utilizing the most advanced technologies and procedures with a staff of highly trained and dedicated professionals. His ultimate goal is to develop a relationship with each patient that is based on mutual respect and trust.
Nu Age Med Spa was established with patients’ needs in mind. Its mission is to offer exceptional skin care and anti-aging solutions by combining the optimum of medical esthetic treatments and innovative spa therapies. All of the services are performed by a skilled team of licensed estheticians under the direction and supervision of Dr. Klein, who is the on-site physician.
With over 25 years of professional experience in the Chicago area, he is affiliated with Community First Medical Center, Westlake Hospital, and Rush University Medical Center. 
In 1976, Dr. Klein graduated with his medical degree from Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara School of Medicine in Mexico. Upon relocating to the United States, he completed his internship at Swedish Hospital. From there, he went on to perform his residencies in family medicine at Advocate Ravenswood Medical Center and MacNeal Hospital. 
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Students say they’re struggling

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The Washougal School Board recently heard from several students who say the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the school district’s remote-learning situation is taking a toll on their social-emotional wellbeing.“As each day goes by, I start to lose faith because nothing has changed over the last two-plus months,” Washougal High School senior Tristan Farrell told Washougal School Board members in mid-November. “I know that not being able to interact with my friends is bringing my outlook on life down, and it is even worse for others.”
Farrell said he feels like he’s already graduated even though he still has more than half a year’s worth of high school left.
“There are a lot of people that I probably won’t see again after this year, and it feels like we’ve already said ‘goodbye,’” he said, arguing that the Washougal School District should reopen its classrooms despite a current surge in COVID-19 cases that has more than tripled the 74-per-100,000-residents-or-lower COVID transmission rate local school district leaders have said they need to see for three consecutive weeks before bringing students back for a hybrid of in-person and remote learning.
“Letting us back into school to have an education will definitely increase morale for a lot of people,” Farrell told the school board members on Nov. 18.
The Washougal High senior said he has struggled to adjust to the district’s remote learning model, in place since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic — that he starts to …

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Health and Wellness Food Market to Grow by $ 1,299.84 bn During 2020-2024|Industry Analysis, Market Trends, Opportunities, and Forecast 2024| Technavio

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The Health and Wellness Food Market will grow by $ 1,299.84 bn during 2020-2024

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