Rebel Wilson Says This “Free, Safe” Exercise Helped Her Lose 60 Pounds in a Year


Rebel Wilson’s Fitness Journey is So Inspiring

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  • Rebel Wilson, 40, opened up about how she shed 60 pounds after declaring 2020 her “Year of Health.”
  • The Pitch Perfect actress credited walking as her favorite safe and free exercise.
  • Wilson also worked with personal trainers, focusing on HIIT and mobility workouts.

Just days after revealing that she has officially reached her goal weight one month early, Rebel Wilson got candid with her fans on Instagram, answering their questions and sharing the tips that helped her lose 60 pounds this year.

In a new video shared to IGTV, the 40-year-old actress opened up about the methods that truly made 2020 her self-proclaimed “Year of Health.”

Her biggest tip? Start walking!

“I know I’m in a lucky position, I do have access to really amazing personal trainers. But I want you guys to know that the majority

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‘Fitness Helped Me Find Myself After I Left My Arranged Marriage’


Kingston mum Saima Husain, 40, found her confidence – and her calling – in the gym.


I fell in love with sport in junior school – netball, softball, rounders… I even did Irish dancing. I was good at sport, and my classmates always picked me first for any team. I really loved that – it made me feel special. I grew up in quite a strict home and wasn’t really allowed to go out and play with my friends. When I was at school, playing sport, that was the only time I could really socialise and have fun.

I had an arranged marriage when I was 19, in December 1999. I had spent 5 minutes with him before we got married. We had two children by 2003. But my husband and I just weren’t compatible, and our relationship fell apart. I have nothing against arranged marriages, but we just

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‘Fitness Helped Me Build My Confidence After I Left My Arranged Marriage’


Kingston mum Saima Hussein, 40, found her confidence – and her calling – in the gym.



a woman standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: After leaving her tumultuous marriage, Kingston mum Saima Hussein, 40, found her confidence – and her calling – in fitness.


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After leaving her tumultuous marriage, Kingston mum Saima Hussein, 40, found her confidence – and her calling – in fitness.

I fell in love with sport in junior school – netball, softball, rounders… I even did Irish dancing. I was good at sport, and my classmates always picked me first for any team. I really loved that – it made me feel special. I grew up in quite a strict home and wasn’t really allowed to go out and play with my friends. When I was at school, playing sport, that was the only time I could really socialise and have fun.

I had an arranged marriage when I was 19, in December 1999. I had spent 5 minutes with him before we got married. We had two

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Georgia residents, doctor, lawmaker helped in vaccine effort


SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Savannah’s Dr. Paul Bradley, who in July dosed the first patient in biotechnology company Moderna’s U.S. phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trial, on Monday celebrated the apparent success of that vaccine and the part his hometown is playing in its development.

Moderna announced Monday that preliminary analysis of its coronavirus vaccine shows it’s almost 95 percent effective at preventing illness.

“Savannah’s made a footprint,” said Bradley, who has had an internal medical practice in Savannah for more than 30 years, has been involved with medical research the whole time. Bradley’s office, which works with Meridian Clinical Research with trials overseen by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, is the only one in the area involved in COVID vaccine testing, he said. He has about 1,000 patients enrolled.

Moderna plans to submit for an Emergency Use Authorization with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in the coming weeks.

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Vitamin D supplement helped Covid-19 patients: PGI study : The Tribune India


Naina Mishra

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, November 18

In a study published recently, doctors from the PGIMER have established the role of vitamin D supplement in achieving SARS-CoV-2 RNA negativity among Covid patients.

As per the existing literature, vitamin D has an immunomodulatory effect and may reduce susceptibility and severity of viral infections.

The study titled ‘Short term, high-dose vitamin D supplementation for Covid-19 disease’ was carried out by Dr Ashu Rastogi, Dr Anil Bhansali, Dr Niranjan Khare, Dr Vikas Suri, Dr Narayana Yaddanapudi, Dr Naresh Sachdeva, Dr GD Puri and Dr Pankaj Malhotra.

As many as 40 asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic Covid positive patients and those deficient in vitamin D were enrolled for the study. Patients requiring invasive ventilation or with significant comorbidities were excluded from the study.

The participants were subsequently randomised (16 in the intervention arm and 24 to the control arm) in the study. A total

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