Local woman sews, donates masks for healthcare workers – The Hartselle Enquirer – Hartselle Enquirer

A local woman is using her talents to help those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.   In light of the shortage of face masks across the country, Jackie Storey has begun making her own and donating them to healthcare workers.   Storey has been sewing since her middle school days in a home economics class and, when her small business suffered a slow down because of the pandemic, Storey said… Read More

Springbok Women's lock Booi training hard back home in Middledrift – IOL

By African News Agency (ANA) 20h ago Share this article: ShareTweetShareShareShareEmail JOHANNESBURG – Life as we know it has changed with the Covid-19 pandemic forcing most people to remain home, and with no option but to make the most of the situation, Springbok Women’s lock Nolusindiso Booi is using the time wisely to train and study. Her… Read More

Global Animal Nutrition Ingredients Market To Gain Notable Returns Estimated At USD 31540.83 million by 2025 – Bandera County Courier

Zion Market Research always aims at offering their clients an in-depth analysis and the best research material of the various market. This new report on the Global Animal Nutrition Ingredients Market Set for Rapid Growth, to reach Value around USD 31,540.83 million by 2025 is committed fulfilling the requirements of the clients by giving them thorough insights into… Read More

Tampa woman calls for tighter airport screenings for those flying from COVID-19 hotspots – WTSP.com

TAMPA, Fla. — When Jocelyn Stephens traveled to New York for the birth of her grandson, she never imagined the drastic changes ahead.   After three weeks in the city, it was time to board her flight back to Tampa. “I had no choice, I had to come back home,” said Stephens, who arrived home… Read More

A Global Digital Media Network – Digital Journal

Pine Integrated Health Centre is an Edmonton facility that offers a variety of services including counseling psychology and pelvic health physiotherapy. Recently, they have launched a new online counseling service to continue to assist their clients while also being safe amidst the COVID-19 virus. Edmonton, AB – Pine Integrated Health Centre offers individuals and families… Read More

What To Eat, Drink And Do To Ease Your Anxiety – Women's Health

Getty Eat the rainbow. Eat a balanced diet and incorporate foods high in tryptophan, magnesium, omega-3 and vitamin-E & D. Say what? Here’s how.  “Tryptophan is needed to make serotonin, which regulates your mood and cannot be produced in the human body alone. Incorporate tryptophan-containing foods into your diet may ease anxiety, foods such as… Read More

Common Heart Drugs' Risk With COVID-19 Unproven. – WebMD

By Rich Holmes HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, March 30, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Could a blood pressure or diabetes medicine make COVID-19 more severe? A proposed new theory says the coronavirus could be binding to angiotensin converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) receptors in the lower respiratory tracts. Commonly used drugs ACE inhibitors and angiotensin II receptor blockers… Read More

Londoner launches collection of masks, other supplies for health workers – The London Free Press

The fears of nurses at London Health Sciences Centre have prompted a Londoner to launch a campaign that in one day collected hundreds of surgical masks and a handful of N95 masks. “I have a lot of friends who are nurses, and they’re all concerned. They’re scared they’re going to die. They’re scared they’re going… Read More

Mason Health Prioritizes Women's Health – masonwebtv.com

Mason Health is committed to its Vision of offering the best patient-centered care in the Pacific Northwest. By recruiting and retaining skilled providers and working with community partners to purchase much-needed medical equipment, Mason Health is keeping services local so patients can receive the best level of care in their own communities. This past fall,… Read More

March 30: Today's BYU Campus COVID-19 update – Universe.byu.edu

The BYU campus has changed drastically due to the spread of COVID-19 throughout the country and the world. Find out how the campus is functioning, what’s open, what’s closed and what’s new. Today’s campus updates: COVID-19 cases BYU announced it’s first confirmed case of COVID-19 on March 23. As of this morning, there are two… Read More