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WSJ: The Foods That Help Battle Depression

Recent studies show that the right kind of diet may give the brain more of what it needs to avoid depression, or even to treat it once it’s begun. So, when you’re feeling depressed, it might be a good idea to take a look at what you’ve been eating. Over the past decade, a growing […]

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What We Can Learn From a Pandemic “Tabletop Exercise”

By Mary Holland, CHD General Counsel and Vice Chair We are living in unfamiliar times. We are frightened by the highly infectious coronavirus CoV-2019 or COVID-19, and our hearts go out to those who have been directly affected. We are in a global “lockdown,” “sheltering in place,” against an invisible but potentially deadly enemy. Our […]

FOX: Walmart, Publix Among Grocery Stores Installing Plexiglass Barriers, Social Distancing Markers Amid Outbreak

Major grocery stores like Walmart, Kroger, Albertsons, Publix, and others are adding plexiglass barriers to keep customers and employees safe during the coronavirus outbreak. Both Walmart and Kroger shared that supermarkets would be adding temporary plexiglass sneeze guards to pharmacy lanes and checkout counters. On Tuesday, Walmart confirmed that all locations across the country will […]

Ibuprofen And COVID-19 Symptoms: Here’s What You Need to Know

Living under the uncertainty of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has sparked many concerns and questions worldwide. Though it is widely understood that the virus spreads rapidly and the nation is in the midst of a pandemic, people grapple with how to manage the emerging infection. Communities work to restrict the movement of people, and everyone is […]

The Big Picture: Injured Kids, Society Costs—March 2020 Update

As schools everywhere are spending exponentially more on special education services than in past generations, the physical and mental health of children continue to suffer. Here are the latest news articles chronicling the epidemics that currently claim the health of so many children in the U.S. and around the globe. CHRONIC HEALTH PROBLEMS 9News, Sydney, […]

Neighbors Hold Porch Concert to Entertain Woman Self-Isolating Due to Coronavirus

Helena Schlam, 78, usually spends her time going to concerts, book club meetings, exercise classes, and lunch with friends. Right now, however, she is trying to be reasonable and is self-isolating in her Clintonville home to avoid the novel coronavirus.  Rebecca Tien lives across the street from Helena and called to check on her, which […]

Humanity At Its Finest: Man Dies Years After Young Girl’s Friendship Saved Him

It was a simple, unexpected act of a young girl’s friendship that day in the grocery store that changed an elderly man’s life. Norah Wood had just turned four and she wanted to get cupcakes for the family to share that evening. As mom Tara browsed a grocery store shelf, her daughter blurted out, “Hi […]

Holistic Doctor Murdered Outside His Office, FBI and Task Force Search for Killer(s)

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the 101st doctor found dead in our unintentional holistic doctor death series. Kootenai Valley Times, the local popular paper in the area where Dr. Brian Drake practiced, explains the following: “At approximately 7:29 p.m. Thursday, March 12, officers of the Bonners Ferry Police Department, assisted by […]

Cleveland Clinic Cardiologist Dr. David Taylor Dies from Influenza

The medical community is mourning the loss of Dr. David Taylor, an admired Cleveland Clinic cardiologist who died from complications from the flu last month. The doctor had received his flu vaccine, but unfortunately, the vaccine is not 100% effective, and the 60-year-old physician succumbed to a rare infection from the illness. Taylor, globally renowned […]

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