The Health Risks of Leading A Too Sedentary Life

Providence, RI, January 27, 2022 -/DailyVoice/- For many Americans, sitting is part of our job. Yet it can have some serious consequences for your health.

Being too sedentary and sitting can raise your risk of uterine, colon, and breast cancers. Lack of exercise and a sedentary life doubles your risk of cardiovascular disease and death, according to the World Health Organization.

Sitting too long can have a real impact on your musculoskeletal health. When you sit too much, the core muscles that support your back begin to weaken. When the muscles are weak, you’re more likely to experience strained muscles and muscle spasms. Muscle imbalances due to lack of exercise can pull your spine out of alignment, causing chronic back pain and reduced range of motion.

“Having a balance between movement and rest throughout your day is important. If you’re sitting a lot, especially on a soft surface like a couch or in a car, you’ll sometimes want to support your back with a small pillow or specific lumbar support,” said Dr. Kristin Kolesar Fabris, president of the Chiropractic Society of Rhode Island and a chiropractor at Be Well Chiropractic in Providence, Rhode Island.

In terms of how to sit in a way that will minimize the impact to your back, particularly at a desk, the American Chiropractic Association offers the following guidelines: Don’t cross your legs. Your ankles should be directly in front of your knees; keep a small gap between the back of your knees and the front of your seat; your knees should be at or below the level of your hips; adjust the backrest of your chair to support your low- and mid-back or use a back support; relax your shoulders and keep your forearms parallel to the ground; and avoid sitting in the same position for long periods of time and take breaks and move your body.

Sitting less and being more active may also help you avoid depression and anxiety or reduce the symptoms of these conditions. According to Harvard Health Publishing, exercise improves nerve cell growth in the part of the brain that controls moods and triggers the release of endorphins, natural chemicals that improve your mood.

“If you sit a lot for work, maintaining a proper ergonomic workspace is important. You can visit a special website created by CSRI entitled for more tips,” said Dr. Fabris. “You’ll also want to get adjusted regularly by your chiropractor to maintain proper spinal health.”

If you not currently seeing a chiropractor and want to explore how chiropractic can help, you can utilize the “Find A Doctor” feature on the Chiropractic Society of Rhode Island’s website,

Kyle Hamilton Named Customer Service Overlord for Green Goddess Supply

Boston, MA, Aug 25, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- Kyle Hamilton, a well-known name in the cannabis industry, has taken the position of Customer Service Overlord at Green Goddess Supply, a “cultivation to consumption” cannabis lifestyle brand offering a line of high-quality products to grow, store, prep and consume hemp flower and cannabis products.

Hamilton has more than a decade of experience working in all aspects of the cannabis industry form cultivation to retail to medical to manufacturing. Hamilton, a Central Massachusetts resident, is a graduate of Muhlenberg College and has a certification from the Northeast Institute of Cannabis.

“Kyle has a unique burning desire to delight customers,” noted Vincent Bitetti, President and Chief Cannabis Officer of Green Goddess Supply. He added, “Kyle really knows the cannabis industry and always offers great product knowledge and cultivation ideas.”

Eric Robichaud, CEO of Green Goddess Supply asserted, “In his new role, Kyle receives many questions about home grow techniques in regard to our Armoire, the turnkey home grow cabinet patented by Green Goddess Supply. With his long-standing experience in the cannabis industry and with input from our inventor and leadership, he is very capable about putting people at ease and guiding them through the process. His passion is helping newbies, pointing customers in the right direction and enhancing the brand.”

About Green Goddess Supply:
Green Goddess Supply is a “cultivation to consumption” cannabis lifestyle brand offering a line of high-quality products to grow, store, prep and consume hemp flower and cannabis products. The company sells direct to consumers at MSRP through its website, and also offers wholesale and distributor accounts to brick and mortar storefronts and industry distributors. Green Goddess Supply strives to exceed expectations and delight customers with quality products and amazing customer service.

The Armoire is patented by and a trademark of Green Goddess Supply. Green Goddess Supply is a privately held company headquartered in Boston, MA with additional distributions centers in Los Angeles, CA; Long Island City, New York and Pooler, Georgia. For more information about Green Goddess Supply, visit the website at

“Boomers Thriving After The Pandemic” Virtual Summit Set for June 30

Some refer to the pandemic as “the lost year”. What comes next?. The upcoming “Boomers Thriving after the Pandemic” Virtual Summit brings together authors, experts and thought leaders to help chart your next steps. The virtual event is sponsored and hosted by “Hey, Boomer”, a national podcast and brand aimed at helping Baby Boomers rediscover their passion to learn, grow and have an impact in their lives and their communities.

The virtual summit is set for June 30, at 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. ET. Attendance is $59 per person and a portion of the proceeds with by donated to The Walk to End Alzheimer’s and Meals on Wheels. To RSVP, visit:

Three recognized experts in the field of aging will participate. Among the panelists is Sara Zeff Geber, Ph.D., author of “Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers” which was selected as a “best book on aging well” by the Wall Street Journal. Dr. Geber focuses on the 20 percent of baby boomers who don’t have children and others who are aging alone for other reasons. She will be talking about the importance of community and how to build that support.

Also included is Helen Dennis, a nationally recognized leader on issues of aging, employment and the new retirement. She has received numerous awards for her university teaching at USC’s Davis School of Gerontology and for her contributions to the field of aging, the community and literary arts. Editor of two books, author of over 100 articles and frequent speaker, she has helped over 20,000 employees prepare for the non-economic aspects of retirement. As a weekly syndicated columnist she writes on the subject of Successful Aging for the Southern California News Group, reaching 1.6 million readers and completing almost 1,000 columns. She has been recognized by PBS Next Avenue as one of the 50 Influencers in aging who continue to push beyond traditional boundaries and change our understanding of what it means to grow older.

John Tarnoff, MA is a career transition coach, speaker and author, who helps late career professionals transition to meaningful and sustainable second-act careers beyond traditional retirement. His book, “Boomer Reinvention: How to Create Your Dream Career Over 50,” launched on CBS This Morning, and has become a resource for all generations looking to gain more control over their careers. John has also been named a Top Influencer in Aging by PBS Next Avenue.

The conversation will be led by Greenville, South Carolina entrepreneur Wendy Green. Green is the founder and host of “Hey, Boomer”, a national live show and podcast and brand aimed at helping Baby Boomers rediscover their passion to learn, grow and have an impact in their lives and their communities.

For more information about the Hey, Boomer event, visit the official website:

Global Animal Health Market Insights Report 2020

DUBLIN – The “Animal Health Global Market Insights 2020, Analysis and Forecast to 2025, by Manufacturers, Regions, Technology, Application, Product Type” report has been added to’s offering.

This report describes the global market size of Animal Health from 2015 to 2019 and its CAGR from 2015 to 2019, and also forecasts its market size to the end of 2025 and its CAGR from 2020 to 2025. For the geography segment, regional supply, demand, major players, price is presented from 2015 to 2025.

The key countries for each region are also included such as the United States, China, Japan, India, Korea, ASEAN, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, CIS, and Brazil etc.

For the competitor segment, the report includes global key players of Animal Health as well as some small players.

The information for each competitor includes:

  • Company Profile
  • Main Business Information
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin
  • Market Share

Applications Segment:

  • Farm Animal
  • Pet

Types Segment:

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Vaccines

Companies Covered:

  • Merck Animal Health
  • Boehringer Ingelheim
  • Elanco
  • Zoetis
  • Virbac Group
  • Ceva Animal Health
  • Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC
  • Kindred Biosciences

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 Executive Summary

Chapter 2 Abbreviation and Acronyms

Chapter 3 Preface

3.1 Research Scope

3.2 Research Sources

3.2.1 Data Sources

3.2.2 Assumptions

3.3 Research Method

Chapter 4 Market Landscape

4.1 Market Overview

4.2 Classification/Types

4.3 Application/End-users

Chapter 5 Market Trend Analysis

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Drivers

5.3 Restraints

5.4 Opportunities

5.5 Threats

Chapter 6 Industry Chain Analysis

6.1 Upstream/Suppliers Analysis

6.2 Animal Health Analysis

6.2.1 Technology Analysis

6.2.2 Cost Analysis

6.2.3 Market Channel Analysis

6.3 Downstream Buyers/End-users

Chapter 7 Latest Market Dynamics

7.1 Latest News

7.2 Merger and Acquisition

7.3 Planned/Future Project

7.4 Policy Dynamics

Chapter 8 Trading Analysis

8.1 Export of Animal Health by Region

8.2 Import of Animal Health by Region

8.3 Balance of Trade

Chapter 9 Historical and Forecast Animal Health Market in North America (2015-2025)

9.1 Animal Health Market Size

9.2 Animal Health Demand by End Use

9.3 Competition by Players/Suppliers

9.4 Type Segmentation and Price

9.5 Key Countries Analysis

9.5.1 US

9.5.2 Canada

9.5.3 Mexico

Chapter 10 Historical and Forecast Animal Health Market in South America (2015-2025)

10.1 Animal Health Market Size

10.2 Animal Health Demand by End Use

10.3 Competition by Players/Suppliers

10.4 Type Segmentation and Price

10.5 Key Countries Analysis

10.5.1 Brazil

10.5.2 Argentina

10.5.3 Chile

10.5.4 Peru

Chapter 11 Historical and Forecast Animal Health Market in Asia & Pacific (2015-2025)

11.1 Animal Health Market Size

11.2 Animal Health Demand by End Use

11.3 Competition by Players/Suppliers

11.4 Type Segmentation and Price

11.5 Key Countries Analysis

11.5.1 China

11.5.2 India

11.5.3 Japan

11.5.4 South Korea

11.5.5 Asean

11.5.6 Australia

Chapter 12 Historical and Forecast Animal Health Market in Europe (2015-2025)

12.1 Animal Health Market Size

12.2 Animal Health Demand by End Use

12.3 Competition by Players/Suppliers

12.4 Type Segmentation and Price

12.5 Key Countries Analysis

12.5.1 Germany

12.5.2 France

12.5.3 UK

12.5.4 Italy

12.5.5 Spain

12.5.6 Belgium

12.5.7 Netherlands

12.5.8 Austria

12.5.9 Poland

12.5.10 Russia

Chapter 13 Historical and Forecast Animal Health Market in MEA (2015-2025)

13.1 Animal Health Market Size

13.2 Animal Health Demand by End Use

13.3 Competition by Players/Suppliers

13.4 Type Segmentation and Price

13.5 Key Countries Analysis

13.5.1 Egypt

13.5.2 Israel

13.5.3 South Africa

13.5.4 Gcc

13.5.5 Turkey

Chapter 14 Summary for Global Animal Health Market (2015-2020)

14.1 Animal Health Market Size

14.2 Animal Health Demand by End Use

14.3 Competition by Players/Suppliers

14.4 Type Segmentation and Price

Chapter 15 Global Animal Health Market Forecast (2020-2025)

15.1 Animal Health Market Size Forecast

15.2 Animal Health Demand Forecast

15.3 Competition by Players/Suppliers

15.4 Type Segmentation and Price Forecast

Chapter 16 Analysis of Global Key Vendors

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