Tag Archives: Physical

In the US COVID-19 Pandemic, A Tension Between the Fiscal and the Physical

“Act fast and do whatever it takes,” insists the second half of the title of a new eBook with contributions from forty leading economists from around the world. The first half of the title is, Mitigating the COVID Economic Crisis.  The book is discussed in a World Economic Forum essay discussing the economists’ consensus to “act… Read More »

Physical Therapy Helps Stroke Patients

Physical activity improves heart function and lipid profile by lowering total cholesterol while raising HDL (good cholesterol). It lowers blood pressure and resting heart rate. Being active reduces the risk and severity of diabetes by increasing insulin sensitivity, and it improves strength,balance and endurance. For stroke survivors, these benefits can spell the difference between dependence… Read More »