The problem remains pressing and is difficult to resolve.

I have a doubtful feeling about 'and is' but don't see any grammatical issues with it. Or, say,

Jim goes to the gym, follows a healthy diet, and is in good shape.

Is it okay?


I don't understand what you intended with the latter sentence.

you can include to be without grammatical error. But if I were you ,

I would rather write Jim goes to the gym, following a healthy diet, so that he could be in a good shape.

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