Here’s How You Can Combat Stress And Anxiety With Adventure Sports



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The lockdown has meant a majorly sedentary and restricted lifestyle for most of us. This has meant working from and staying confined within our homes, which in turn has been associated with a list of devastating side effects such as restlessness, stress, anxiety, and even insomnia. The constant inflow of sensationally fed news of devastation and chaos has created a general
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A ‘herd mentality’ can’t stop the COVID-19 pandemic. Neither can a weak vaccine.

Early disease fighters, such as Edward Jenner, Louis Pasteur, and William Farr, suspected if enough people were vaccinated, it could eradicate a disease. At the dawn of the 20th century, veterinarians more interested in livestock than people seized on the idea and coined the term “herd immunity.” By the 1920s, clever studies with hundreds of thousands of mice vaulted the idea into the mainstream, stirring optimism that making a fraction

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Bear of the Day: Park Hotels (PK)

Park Hotels and Resorts (PK) is at the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic as travelers stay home. This Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell) still doesn’t have all of its hotels reopened.

Park is the second largest publicly traded lodging REIT with 60 premium-branded hotels and resorts with over 33,000 rooms.

It’s premium properties include the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, Hyatt Regency Boston, Royal Palm South Beach Miami, a

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White House (Barack Obama’s) Approval of Vikki Jones’ VMH Magazine Ignites New Travel/Business Bag

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Barack Obama’s GES ( Global Entrepreneurship Summit ) included a wide range of workshops, panels, ignite talks, pitch competitions, mentoring, and networking sessions designed to give the more than 700 entrepreneurs joining from around the world an opportunity to build the skills and relationships that will help their business ventures grow.

“It was a very big moment for my company. I had to carry to-and-fro

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Grand Hyatt Nashville, Hotel Kansas City and Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia

New openings signify Hyatt’s commitment to growing with intent in markets that matter most to guests and members

Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) announced today the opening of three distinct hotels across the U.S., including Grand Hyatt Nashville, Hotel Kansas City, which is part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, and Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia. Aligned with Hyatt’s purpose of care and promise of growing with intent, Hyatt

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Review Of The Business Platinum Card From American Express

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The Business Platinum Card® from American Express Overview

The Business Platinum Card® from American Express is one of the most expensive credit

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Republica Havas and Grey Argentina FIFA Women’s World Cup Campaign for Telemundo Deportes Wins Bronze at the 2020 Effie North America Awards

The agencies scored big with their work for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 campaign

Republica Havas and Grey Argentina announced today that their FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 campaign for Telemundo Deportes has won an Effie in the category of Multicultural – Services. This category is awarded to brands that demonstrate outstanding communication effectiveness for specific cultural or lifestyle groups.

The Telemundo Deportes Women’s World Cup 2019 campaign set

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A COVID loophole kept immigrant kids ‘stashed’ in Texas hotels. The US wants to make it permanent.

The Justice Department is fighting a court order that halted the use of a COVID-era loophole to detain hundreds of children in hotels rather than licensed immigration facilities and then expel them from the country without access to lawyers or deportation proceedings.



a man and a woman standing in front of a sign: Protesters wave signs in front of the Hampton Inn hotel on Thursday, July 23, 2020, in McAllen, Texas. The government is seeking to halt an order barring officials from detaining children, toddlers and infants in hotels before expelling them to their home countries due to COVID-19 restrictions at the border.


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Protesters wave signs in front of the Hampton Inn hotel on Thursday, July 23, 2020, in McAllen, Texas. The government is

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Tune in to PETRA’S PLAYGROUND, a New Travel Show for Kids

Viewers will visit ancient sites, exotic locales, and go on many adventures.

Tune in to PETRA'S PLAYGROUND, a New Travel Show for Kids

After more than five years in production and spanning 6 continents and 31 countries, 6-year-old Petra Ahmed will take kids and adults on weekly adventures in her new travel series, Reel Energy Entertainment announced today. Australia, Egypt, Scotland, and many more destinations are on the itinerary including a safari in South Africa.

Asif Ahmed, an award-winning independent filmmaker

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2 Cruise Line Stocks to Buy, and 1 to Watch From the Sidelines

Few industries have been hit by COVID-19 as hard as the cruise industry, but the situation may be turning around. The industry is starting to reopen, partly on customer perceptions that corona is beginning to recede, and partly on business recognition that companies cannot live on credit forever.

The cruise line companies are taking precautions, and measures to improve health and prevent the spread of disease in the close quarters

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U.S. stops holding migrant children in hotels, but says they can still be expelled

The Trump administration has quietly stopped its controversial practice of holding migrant children in hotels before expelling them from the southern border, though it says these minors can still be quickly removed from U.S. soil under emergency coronavirus restrictions.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has not held migrant minors in border-area hotels since September 11, an agency spokesperson told CBS News on Thursday. The confirmation of the previously undisclosed

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Islam in ‘Crisis All Over the World’ France’s Macron Says | Voice of America

French President Emmanuel Macron Friday called Islam “a religion that is in crisis all over the world,” in a speech addressing what he calls “separatism” in France’s Islamic community.
 
In remarks delivered in the western Paris suburb of Les Mureaux, Macron said Islam is a religion in deep crisis worldwide, even in countries where it is the majority religion, because of “tensions between fundamentalism and political projects … that lead

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Homeless Hotels Cost NYC Nearly $300 Million: Report

NEW YORK CITY — The troubled effort by Mayor Bill de Blasio to temporarily house homeless New Yorkers in hotels during the coronavirus pandemic has racked up a hefty price tag: $299 million, according to the New York Post.

Since April, the city has paid to rent rooms in hotels around the city, converting them into temporary shelters to reduce crowding in the existing shelter system, lowering the risk of

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When will cruise ships resume sailing? A line-by-line guide



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When will the Great Cruise Shutdown end? That’s the question many cruise fans in North America are asking now as they eagerly await the day when they can get back on the high seas.

While we have seen

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Kilmarnock squad has to isolate, match postponed

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:

The entire Kilmarnock squad was told to self-isolate for 14 days following six positive virus cases, and its Scottish Premiership match on Friday against Motherwell was postponed.

Kilmarnock reported three cases on Wednesday and three more positive tests on Thursday, and local officials advised all of the playing squad to self-isolate.

The club said it

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The World’s Largest Private Whiskey Collection Is Up For Auction

Totaling 9,000 bottles and 2,000-plus miniatures, Pat’s Whiskey Collection is the single largest private collection of whiskeys ever brought to auction.

Hosted by Whisky Auctioneer, the auction is live now, but it ends October 5, so you’ll want to peruse those bottles soon. If you’re unable to snag something you want, don’t fret—additional bottles will periodically go up for bid between now and June 2021 to spotlight special

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Fee Factor: Agency Pricing for SMEs After Covid-19

With the shutdown of corporate travel amid the Covid-19 pandemic exposing inherent weaknesses in prevailing transaction-based travel management pricing models, TMCs and their corporate clients alike are facing a reckoning, with both parties forced to re-evaluate not just pricing structures, but the very nature of the TMC-buyer relationship amid today’s corporate travel ecosystem. 

The potential for change is particularly dynamic in the small and midsize business segment, where relatively nimble

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Midtown, Hell’s Kitchen hotels housing the most single homeless adults by far

The vast majority of single homeless adults moved from shelters to stop the spread of COVID-19 were relocated to hotels in Manhattan, the city’s Department of Homeless Services data shows.



a close up of a busy city street with tall buildings: The Lucerne Hotel on West 79th Street and Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan, New York City.


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The Lucerne Hotel on West 79th Street and Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan, New York City.

Of the 8,969 single adults assigned to “COVID-relatedhotels, more than 5,400 are living in 32 Manhattan hotels — with at

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Family contacts News 5 Investigates for help getting travel refund from Expedia

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Titles To Pay Attention To On The World Albums Chart

It’s a relatively quiet frame on Billboard’s World Albums chart this frame, with no new releases finding their way to the tally. Instead, BTS retain their control over the ranking

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