Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - February 17 2022
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'Tip-flation' is getting out of hand for some Canadians: Angus Reid survey
Following more than a year of high inflation, most Canadians believe gratuities for the service industry are getting out of hand, new polling suggests.CTV News
Most Canadians don't support latest planned MAID expansion, survey finds
A recent survey suggests the majority of Canadians do not support the latest expansion that has been planned for medical assistance in dying in Canada, one which would open it up as an option for those with mental illnesses as a sole condition. While 60% of Canadians support MAID in its current form, which allows those with a grievous and irremediable medical condition to apply for it, only 30% of Canadians support the idea of allowing patients to seek MAID purely based on mental illness, according to a new report by the Angus Reid Institute. Some mental health advocates say that having the option of MAID would allow individuals experiencing suffering to die with dignity. But other psychiatrists and mental health advocates see the expansion of MAID to include those suffering from a mental illness as a potentially dangerous overreach, likening it to the government making suicide more accessible to a vulnerable population instead of putting in the work to provide the supports needed to improve their daily lives.-CTV News
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The most downloaded app in the US
A new online shopping platform linked to one of China’s top retailers has quickly become the most downloaded app in the United States, surpassing Amazon and Walmart.-CNN Business
Walking 6,000 Steps Daily May Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease, New Study Says
For many, walking has become a favorable activity thanks to its many proven health benefits. Studies have shown that the form of exercise may slow down aging, improve brain function, and reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease. But according to a new study published in Circulation, how many steps you walk could dictate how much you truly benefit from your daily stroll—especially when it comes to matters of the heart. Researchers from University of Massachusetts Amherst wanted to find the connection between steps per day and cardiovascular disease. They uncovered that older adults who walked between 6,000 and 9,000 steps per day had a 40 to 50 percent less chance of a cardiovascular event, such as a heart attack or stroke, compared to participants who walked just 2,000 steps per day. -MarthaStewart.com
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