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Did you know that over 45 million people in America try going on a diet every year? With as many obese people in the nation, that makes sense. Unfortunately, about half of those people fail to meet their weight loss goals. Often, it's because the diets they choose aren't focused on making them healthy - they're only about quick, unhealthy weight loss.
In reality, most diets don't work in the long run. The best way to lose weight and keep it off for good is with practical, healthy lifestyle changes. That's where physicians and other weight loss professionals can help. Unlike fly-by-night diets, medical weight loss has been proven to be effective.
But how do you know if you're a candidate? Let's take a look at five common signs you need medical weight loss treatment.
While it's true that about 42% of the U.S. population is considered overweight, not everyone needs a weight loss program to follow. However, if you're more than 100 pounds over the recommended weight for your height and age, medical weight loss might be the best option for weight loss.Book Appointment
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Massive Hurricane Idalia continues to target the Florida coast putting 20million residents at risk as the major storm is expected to bring 100mph winds and 11foot sea surges when it slams into the state on Wednesday.Residents in Citrus, Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough and Hernando counties have been told to leave their homes today as part of the ongoing evacuation while storm surge and hurricane watches were issues across 11 counties in the Tampa Bay area.New satellite footage shows lightning in the middle of the storm, which is ...
Massive Hurricane Idalia continues to target the Florida coast putting 20million residents at risk as the major storm is expected to bring 100mph winds and 11foot sea surges when it slams into the state on Wednesday.
Residents in Citrus, Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough and Hernando counties have been told to leave their homes today as part of the ongoing evacuation while storm surge and hurricane watches were issues across 11 counties in the Tampa Bay area.
New satellite footage shows lightning in the middle of the storm, which is projected to grow to a Category 3 weather system and has put nearly 20 million people in danger across the state.
Emergency management director Kevin Guthrie said people should know their exit routes and make their plans to evacuate now, rather than when it is too late. 'It is now time for you to do your job and get your family ready to go,' he said.
Floridians can expect to feel tropical-storm-force winds as early as Tuesday afternoon, with the eye set to pass north of the Tampa area on Wednesday.
Satellite imagery shows Tropical Storm Idalia bursting with intense lightning in the Gulf of Mexico Sunday. The storm is expected to strengthen to a Category 3 hurricane as it churns toward Florida. Read more: https://t.co/jcTiU2ca2a pic.twitter.com/opj90oSICP— Newsweek (@Newsweek) August 28, 2023
New satellite footage shows lightning in the middle of the storm, slated to start to impact the western coast of Florida late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning
A Home Depot employee fills a cart with cases of water while moving them to the front door as customers prepared for Tropical Storm Idalia in Ocala, Florida
Families in Bellview, Florida, fill up sandbags ahead of Tropical Storm Idalia
Residents should tie down their belongings, make sure their electric cars, batteries and phones are charged as well as their gas tanks filled before Storm Idalia hits Wednesday. Guthrie also proposed to download TV shows and movies.
'This thing hasn't even gotten to Cuba yet, and the water in the Gulf is very, very warm and so that will provide some fuel for this thing to pick up some more speed,' DeSantis said.
President Joe Biden called DeSantis on Monday to offer support as 5,500 National Guard members are on standby to help.
DeSantis' declaration covers the Gulf coast from the southwestern city of Fort Myers north through Panama City in the Panhandle.
Thirty-three of the state's 67 counties are covered in the declaration.
Storm Idalia looks set to develop into a hurricane tomorrow in the Gulf of Mexico and then curve northeast toward the west coast of Florida, where it could make landfall with winds of up to 100mph.
Along a vast stretch of Florida's west coast, up to 11 feet of ocean water could surge onshore, raising fears of destructive flooding.
Hillsborough County, which covers Tampa, has already issued mandatory evacuation orders for those in coastal or low-lying areas, along with those in mobile homes. The county is opening 10 shelters ahead of the storm, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
The evacuation order could force as many as 300,000 county residents from their homes.
'We’ve all seen this storm is unpredictable,' said Jason Dougherty, deputy Hillsborough County fire chief, the Times reported. 'Don’t be complacent.'
Those who haven't been evacuated yet are urged to 'begin enacting their emergency preparedness plans now' by emergency management director Kevin Guthrie (pictured center with Governor Ron DeSantis next to him on the left)
Idalia is set to hit Florida on Wednesday as a Category 3 storm with winds around 115mph
The National Hurricane Center warned Saturday that the system could produce dangerous storm surge, heavy rain and strong winds to Florida's Gulf coast and Panhandle by midweek
Among the schools closing their doors in light of the incoming storm are those in Hernando County, whose school buildings will be used as two shelters and a medical shelter. They are scheduled to remain shut until at least Wednesday.
Citrus County schools operated on a half day schedule while Levu County and Pasco County schools remain open today. All three counties have cancelled class for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Pasco-Hernando State College will close its doors to students at 5pm today and will also be closed until Wednesday.
Other counties are monitoring the situation and might also cancel class as Polk County officials warned parents that even if the storm might not hit there, the school facilities could be needed as shelters.
Forecast models do not show the storm's center approaching the areas of southwest Florida where deadly Hurricane Ian struck last year.
The devastating Category 5 storm left behind a trail of destruction in Florida as homes were reduced to mere piles of rubble.
Currently, it would be named 'Idalia' if no other tropical storm forms before it. Forecast models do not show the storm's center approaching the areas of southwest Florida where deadly Hurricane Ian (the aftermath of which is pictured above) struck last year
Damage from Hurricane Ian is visible on Estero Island in Fort Myers Beach, Florida above
Images show the destruction deadly Hurricane Ian has caused in Florida last September
Spectacular satellite fooage shows storm crackling with lighting as it bears down on Florida's west coast putting 20m at risk of 11ft storm surges and 100mph winds: Thousands are told to evacuate
'I encourage Floridians to have a plan in place and ensure that their hurricane supply kit is stocked,' he added.
Florida emergency officials on Sunday urged residents to keep their vehicle gas tanks at least half-full in case they need to evacuate and warned of power outages.
'If you are in the path of this storm, you should expect power outages,' he added.
'So please prepare for that, particularly if this storm ends up coming in the Tallahassee region, there´s a lot trees that are going to get knocked down, the power lines are going to get knocked down - that is just going to happen, so just be prepared for that and be able to do what you need to do.'
So far this year, the U.S. East Coast has been spared from cyclones. But out west, Tropical Storm Hilary caused widespread flooding, mudslides and road closures earlier this month in Mexico, California, Nevada and points to the north
People check out the waters from Hurricane Hilary as it flows through the Whitewater River at Dune Palms Road near the high school in La Quinta
In this aerial picture taken on August 21 vehicles drive through floodwaters following heavy rains from Tropical Storm Hilary in California
Areas of Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina could also feel the impacts of the storm as it moves across the southeast during the week.
So far this year, the U.S. East Coast has been spared from cyclones.
But out west, Tropical Storm Hilary caused widespread flooding, mudslides and road closures earlier this month in Mexico, California, Nevada and points to the north.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently said the 2023 hurricane season would be far busier than initially forecast, partly because of extremely warm ocean temperatures. The season runs through Nov. 30, with August and September typically the peak.
A Tampa-area mansion once owned by Derek Jeter called St. Jetersburg was expected to be torn down.As of late 2022, the residential demolition permit application was "pending electrical and gas sign-off," Dave Jennings, ...
A Tampa-area mansion once owned by Derek Jeter called St. Jetersburg was expected to be torn down.
As of late 2022, the residential demolition permit application was "pending electrical and gas sign-off," Dave Jennings, an operations manager at the Tampa city council, told Insider.
Jeter put the 21,796-square-foot home on the market in September 2020, but Tom Brady and his family rented the home while it was for sale. Jeter sold the house in 2021 for $22.5 million.
A 10 Tampa Bay report suggested the purchasers may look to build two or three houses on the lot in the exclusive neighborhood.
Take a tour of the house below.
Source: Tampa Bay Times
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USATSI Two weeks of the 2023 NFL season are over, and more than a quarter of the league remains unbeaten. That's right: Nine different teams enter Week 3 with a 2-0 record. But just as some of the NFL's winless clubs appear more competent than others, it's fair to wonder which of th...
Two weeks of the 2023 NFL season are over, and more than a quarter of the league remains unbeaten. That's right: Nine different teams enter Week 3 with a 2-0 record. But just as some of the NFL's winless clubs appear more competent than others, it's fair to wonder which of the remaining "perfect" contenders is most likely to sustain success in the win column.
Knowing full well that things could change in a matter of another week or two, here's how we'd rank the 2-0 teams according to the "legitimacy" of their spotless record in the standings:
Sam Howell has shown lots of fight under center, and he's now 3-0 as a starter in Washington. But their two wins have required some ugly scratching and clawing with the Cardinals and Broncos, two of the least-regarded teams to open 2023. This team has the makings of a scrappy spoiler, but their mettle will really be tested in upcoming games with the Bills and Eagles.
It's been so far, so good for Arthur Smith's run-heavy script, which helped Atlanta cruise past the Panthers and then storm back against the Packers. Desmond Ridder's grit was particularly apparent in Week 2's upset of Green Bay. Like the Commanders, we just need a bigger sample size to fully buy in, and upcoming games (at Lions, vs. Jaguars) should help reveal the truth.
This is what happens when you set the bar extremely low. With Baker Mayfield replacing the retired Tom Brady, the Buccaneers were tabbed a potential laughingstock. Instead, Todd Bowles' defense has returned to form, clamping down on both the Vikings and Bears, while Mayfield has controlled the ball while feeding a motivated Mike Evans. At the very least, they are Grade-A feisty.
Derek Carr's Big Easy debut has not been very pretty, but Dennis Allen's defense has been so fast and physical it hasn't really mattered. And odds are, as the year goes, Carr will only get more comfortable, especially as weapons like Alvin Kamara return to the fold. This might still be a wild-card team at best, but if the "D" is really this good, they'll be a tough out all year.
The early returns on Todd Monken's offensive system are promising, with Lamar Jackson staying patient behind a sturdier front in a key win over the rival Bengals. Roquan Smith, Geno Stone and their defense remain opportunistic. The lingering questions, as per usual, mostly have to do with health. Odell Beckham Jr. is now banged up, and they're already down other starters.
The Super Bowl standard has lessened the shine on their record, as they've had to fend off comeback attempts from both the Patriots and Vikings. Star quarterback Jalen Hurts has been particularly mercurial -- a bit jarring after his ultra-smooth 2022. And yet, the run game exploded to life in Week 2, the defensive line remains a force, and they've got the passing-game talent.
Tua Tagovailoa has done everything so far to prove his early 2022 leaps were no fluke, airing it out with ease in back-to-back wins against the Chargers and Patriots. Coach Mike McDaniel just really knows how to utilize the speed at his disposal, and if Vic Fangio's defense keeps making strides as it did against New England, you're talking about a well-rounded title contender.
Speaking of well-rounded title contenders, there's probably no better-balanced team than in San Francisco. The Rams offered a scare in Week 2, but when everything is clicking, the 49ers aren't lacking anything: Brock Purdy remains reliable under center, Christian McCaffrey remains in peak multipurpose form and the defense has made plays when it matters most.
America's Team = Dream Team? OK, not so fast, but consider that Dallas has outscored opponents 70-10 through two weeks without really needing its Dak Prescott-led offense to explode. Prescott, by the way, did plenty against the Jets' elite "D" in Week 2, all while Micah Parsons and the Cowboys defense stole the show yet again. The premium playmakers they have are undeniable.
Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos admitted Wednesday he's disappointed to be heading into the season with an expiring contract.Stamkos, 33, is currently set to play out the last of an eight-year, $68 million deal with a cap hit of $8.5 million, and become an unrestricted free agent on July 1.“To be honest, I've been disappointed in the lack of talk in that regard," Stamkos said. "It was something that I expressed at the end of last year, that I wanted to get something done before training camp started....
Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos admitted Wednesday he's disappointed to be heading into the season with an expiring contract.
Stamkos, 33, is currently set to play out the last of an eight-year, $68 million deal with a cap hit of $8.5 million, and become an unrestricted free agent on July 1.
“To be honest, I've been disappointed in the lack of talk in that regard," Stamkos said. "It was something that I expressed at the end of last year, that I wanted to get something done before training camp started.
"There haven't been any conversations.”
Steven Stamkos on any talks of a new deal: “To be honest, I've been disappointed in the lack of talk in that regard. It was something that I expressed at the end of last year, that I wanted to get something done before training camp started. There haven't been any conversations.”— Chris Krenn (@Chris_Krenn) September 20, 2023
The Lightning signed forward Brandon Hagel to an eight-year, $52 million extension in the off-season, raising their committed salary total for the 2024-25 season to just over $75 million with 16 players signed.
Drafted first overall by the Lightning in the 2008 draft, Stamkos has spent his entire career with Tampa Bay, re-signing with the team on his current deal just ahead of hitting free agency in 2016 amid interest from the Toronto Maple Leafs, among other teams.
Stamkos noted he is willing to negotiate a new contract during the season.
“I would love to extend and play here and finish up my career here but that’s out of my hands," he added. "I can’t write a contract for myself.”
The 6-foot centre was third in team scoring after he recorded 34 goals and 84 points in 81 games last season. He added two goals and four points during the Lightning’s six-game loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs in the first round of the playoffs.
Stamkos is a seven-time all-star, won the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy in 2010 and 2012, and was named as a second-team all-star in 2011 and 2012. He helped lead the Lightning to Stanley Cup victories in 2020 and 2021.
Over the course of his career, he has 515 goals and 1,056 points in his 1,003-game career. He is the Lightning’s all-time leader in goals and points, as well as second all-time in games played and assists.