Charlotte woman raises money to send 100 pizzas to Atrium Health's CMC – WCNC.com

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Medical professionals in the Charlotte area and across the country are working hard to help everyone during the COVID-19 pandemic. One woman in the Charlotte area decided to give back to those who are giving their all.  Caroline Elliott started taking donations online to help raise the money to support 100 meals… Read More

UK retracts move to let women undergo medical abortions at home without going to a clinic due to coronavirus – MEAWW

The UK government has withdrawn a decision that would have temporarily allowed women to undergo early medical abortion in their own homes by taking abortion pills without the need to go to a hospital or clinic amid the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown measures.  The initial announcement enabling remote access to abortion was to limit transmission… Read More

Quarantined in San Angelo: local woman shares her story amid the COVID-19 outbreak – Standard-Times

CLOSE Generic image of girl with medical mask looks out of window blinds during self-quarantine. (Photo: zefart, Getty Images/iStockphoto) SAN ANGELO — Courtney Frizell, 32, has struggled with health issues her entire life. The outbreak of COVID-19, or coronavirus, that swept across the globe from China before it made its way into San Angelo last week alarmed Frizell, whose heart… Read More

These entrepreneurs aim to disrupt the women’s intimate and hygiene space with a range of eco-friendly product – YourStory

Every woman wants the best for her children, and Anika Parashar is no exception. Her daughter was hitting puberty and she wondered whether the products available in the market were good enough for her. A lot of questions arose in Anika’s mind. “What products are good for her? What products would be certifiably biodegradable, organic,… Read More

Kind-hearted Omagh woman gathering medical scrubs – The Ulster Herald

AN OMAGH woman is on a mission to gather scrubs for medical staff during the ongoing challenge of Covid-19. Clara Maybin, from Omagh who owns a social media marketing company, was inspired after talking with a relative and seeing online posts about scrub shortages amongst nurses and medical staff. Clara put a plea out on… Read More

Partisan divide returns in U.S. Congress on coronavirus next steps – Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Fresh partisan divisions flared on Sunday on the next steps for the U.S. Congress in dealing with the coronavirus crisis, with the top House of Representatives Republican casting doubt on the need for more economic stimulus legislation while House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signaled she plans to move forward with it. U.S. House… Read More

UK COVID-19 Daily: Consultant's Death 'A Loss to NHS Family' – Medscape

These are the UK coronavirus stories you need to know about today. Consultant’s Death  ENT consultant Amged El-Hawrani, 55, who had been diagnosed with COVID-19, died at Leicester Royal Infirmary, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton (UHDB) said today.  Its Chief Executive Gavin Boyle paid tribute, saying: “Mr El-Hawrani, known to his colleagues as Amged,… Read More

Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: Centre directs States to restrict movement of migrant workers across borders, ensure food and shelter in work place – Firstpost

Coronavirus Outbreak LATEST Updates: Transportation of all goods, without distinction of essential and non-essential, have been allowed during lockdown, PTI quotes the Union home ministry as saying. The ministry also said that the supply of newspapers was allowed during the lockdown. Seven more person have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Maharashtra, taking the total number of… Read More

International Women's Day Celebrations in Our Area – Santa Barbara Edhat

By Robert Bernstein International Women’s Day dates back over 100 years. The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution, giving women the right to vote for the first time. This is a chance to celebrate progress and to raise awareness of inequalities that remain and progress that is… Read More