January 18, 2021

Tag: covid-19

Psychological Impact of COVID-19 on Older Adults
Senior

Psychological Impact of COVID-19 on Older Adults

Because our older population is at a much higher risk for infection and negative outcomes due to COVID-19, it is extremely important that they are even more cautious than the rest of the public. Using masks, frequently washing hands, and social distancing have become the new normal, but that only protects our seniors physically. What […]

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Sex Gets Complicated During the Pandemic
Sex

Sex Gets Complicated During the Pandemic

When the pandemic hit, couples found themselves worrying about getting sick, losing income, homeschooling their children while working full time (or worrying full time about sending them to school). It hardly makes a perfect recipe for sex. The stress has been too much for one Texas couple in their mid-40s with two children. The woman […]

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Prepare For Years of Masks, Says Virologist
Health, Wellness

Prepare For Years of Masks, Says Virologist

The first full day of new coronavirus restrictions in Madrid appeared like business as usual on the city’s famed shopping avenue Gran Vía. But with a 50% capacity limit on shops, bars, and restaurants, a familiar sight had returned on a chilly Saturday afternoon. Reminiscent of a few months ago, when Spain was just emerging […]

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The British Government Is Killing Restaurants and Pubs. Why?
Social

The British Government Is Killing Restaurants and Pubs. Why?

A hospitality industry hit hard by coronavirus measures has been thrown under the bus once again. Restaurants and pubs may be closed again in parts of England, as the number of Covid cases rises. New government-imposed restrictions On Wednesday, restaurants and pubs in Scotland were prohibited from selling alcohol indoors. They were also forced to […]

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The EPA Now Says These Three Products Kill COVID in a Minute
Health

The EPA Now Says These Three Products Kill COVID in a Minute

At the beginning of the pandemic, people swarmed stores in search of products that would keep their home COVID-free. The shelves were, and often still are, wiped clean of any product that could disinfect surfaces and keep the virus away. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) swiftly compiled a list, referred to as List N, […]

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Hair Loss Is Another Consequence of the Pandemic
Health

Hair Loss Is Another Consequence of the Pandemic

Annrene Rowe, a 67 year old Florida woman was getting ready to celebrate her 10th wedding anniversary this summer when she noticed a bald spot on her scalp. Soon, her once thick and shoulder-length hair started falling out in clumps.  “I was crying hysterically,” said Rowe. Rowe was hospitalized for 12 days in April with […]

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