Cyber Monday Deal From CAROL, an AI-Powered Exercise Bike That Helps Get Users Fit in 9 Minutes a Day in 8 Weeks

NEW YORK, Nov. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — CAROL announces $500 off its AI-powered, HIIT exercise bike scientifically shown to help users get fit in under 9 minutes a day. The Cyber Monday deal (coupon code CM700) is available at In addition to the discount, the company is also offering a free one-year subscription and a chest belt as an added bonus.

CAROL (usual price $2,995 – now $2,495 with coupon code CM700), is pushing the boundaries of everything we know about exercise and is scientifically shown to give results in the shortest amount of time possible. A session on CAROL delivers a more effective and better workout than regular cardio.

Every session on CAROL is personalized and two 20 second sprints mean that 3 rides a week on CAROL (as part of a full 8-minute 40-second session that includes an effortless warm up and warm down) will help

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Dao Drops Holistic Health Company Launches New Line to Help Users Target Beauty and Fitness Goals

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LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 19, 2020 / Dao Drops, an herbal wellness company, introduced a new collection of natural herbal formulas this week. The six-product lineup includes a wide-range of drops developed to aid users in reaching their fitness and beauty goals. Ranging from a vegan formula for beautiful hair to a post-workout tincture, this new collection makes holistic health easy and accessible.

The latest collection called BEAUTY BUNDLE has a wide range of products, from a vegan formula specifically designed to promote beautiful hair, to a post-workout tincture made to help with muscle recovery. In conjunction with the rest of their effective products, this new collection makes holistic health easy and accessible.

Dao Drops founder, CEO, and natural health enthusiast, Daniel Saghian believes that the

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E-cigarette users have 30% higher risk for chronic lung diseases, study finds

Nov. 12 (UPI) — E-cigarette users have a roughly 30% higher risk for developing respiratory illness, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema, chronic bronchitis and asthma than non-users, according to a study published Thursday by JAMA Network Open.

The risk for these chronic diseases among current e-cigarette users is 31% higher compared to non-users, while former e-cigarette users have a 28% higher risk, the data showed.

“In recent years, we have seen a dramatic increase in e-cigarette use among youth and young adults, [and] these increases … threaten to renormalize tobacco use in new generations of kids,” study co-author Andrew C. Stokes told UPI.

“These trends also suggest that we may see increase in respiratory disease as youth and young adults age into midlife, including asthma, COPD and other respiratory conditions,” said Stokes, assistant professor of global health at Boston University.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease causes obstructed airflow from

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COVID-19 brought new supplement users, but how does industry keep them?

The nutritional supplements market is well established across the globe as consumers look to take proactive steps when addressing their health and wellbeing. The COVID-19 pandemic has also amplified this desire to lead a healthier lifestyle as a preventative to stay healthy in the face of illness or disease. However, the nutritional supplements industry currently finds itself at something of a crossroads: consumers are making greater attempts than ever before to improve their health while at the same time being more cautious than ever when using supplements. So, what barriers exist within the market, and why are some consumers still reluctant to turn to nutrition supplements?

Continuing Interest in Consumer Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the health and wellness market as consumers reevaluate their attitudes and behaviors towards their health. FMCG Gurus consumer insights show that 62% of global consumers state they have become more conscious of their

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