Reflect, Appreciate, and Plan to Reach New Heights in 2023 – Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery News and Info

The end-of-the-year transition allows us to reflect on and appreciate the past year. Then, with renewed enthusiasm and motivation, we can move into the New Year with purpose.   Although meaningful milestones happen throughout the year, establishing expectations and goals at the start sets the stage. After all, we don’t just want to move forward, but … Read more

New Weight Watchers Plan 2022

The question of the day is. . . “What is the New Weight Watchers Plan 2022?” and beyond! Here are all the details you need to know, but first and foremost, let’s not freak out!  I know change is hard for some of you but hopefully you’ve been focusing on protein and produce, so this … Read more

Vermeulen’s Bok omission part of the plan, Roos’ time to shine | The Citizen

The surprise omission of eighthman Duane Vermeulen from the Springboks 35-man squad named for their European end-of-year-tour on Friday, was always part of the plan, according to SA Rugby Director of Rugby Rassie Erasmus. Since making an underwhelming return from injury to the Bok team during the Rugby Championship, Vermeulen has struggled for form and … Read more

Germany agrees plan to legalise recreational cannabis | The Citizen

Germany on Wednesday paved the way to legalising the purchase and possession of small amounts of marijuana for recreational use, as well as its production. “The federal cabinet today agreed the key points for the controlled distribution of cannabis to adults for recreational use,” Health Minister Karl Lauterbach said at a news conference. The supply … Read more

MTBPS: Kganyago urges govt to stick to its debt reduction plan | The Citizen

South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago is urging the government to stick to its debt reduction plan ahead of Wednesday’s Medium Term Budget Policy Speech (MTBPS), Bloomberg reports. He was speaking at a forum hosted by former President Kgalema Motlanthe’s foundation on Friday. Kganyago’s comments come amid growing pressure for the government to convert … Read more

Watch Megan Thee Stallion perform ‘Anxiety’ and ‘Plan B’ during ‘Saturday Night Live’ hosting gig

Megan Thee Stallion performed ‘Anxiety’ and ‘Plan B‘ from her latest album ‘Traumazine‘ while hosting last night’s (October 15) episode of Saturday Night Live. The rapper, who was both host and musical guest, made her third appearance on the late night TV sketch show. In 2020 she performed ‘Savage’ and in 2019 she supplied her … Read more

Netflix to launch ad-supported plan per month for $6.99 beginning in November

Ads are coming to Netflix beginning in November. Following months of speculation, the streamer plans to launch its ad-supported tier beginning November 3rd at a monthly price point of $6.99. Subscribers of the ad-supported tier can expect to see between 4 to 5 minutes of commercials per hour of content, including both pre-roll and in-content … Read more

‘It’s a farce’: Outa on Lesufi’s plan to scrap e-tolls | The Citizen

Newly-appointed Gauteng Premier Panyaza Lesufi on Friday said the scrapping of e-tolls will be one of his priorities. While announcing his team of MECs, Lesufi said new Finance MEC Jacob Mamabolo has been tasked with drawing up a clear plan to rid the province of e-Tolls. He said Mamabolo will need to introduce new ways … Read more

New CMA president says he has a plan to change Canada’s ‘faceless’ health-care system – National |

At a ceremony in August, Dr. Alika Lafontaine was formally introduced as the new president of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) — the first Indigenous leader in the top job. It was not a typical gathering of physicians in Canada, and not only because there were Indigenous elders there, giving prayers and songs of blessing. … Read more