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New CDC report shows 94% of COVID-19 deaths in US had contributing conditions

New CDC report shows 94% of COVID-19 deaths in US had contributing conditions

by: fox8webcentral ATLANTA, Ga. (WJW) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new data last week that depicts how many Americans who have died from COVID-19 also had other contributing conditions. According to the report, only 6% of deaths have COVID-19 as the only cause mentioned, revealing that 94% of patients who died from coronavirus also had other “health […]

6 Tips On Discussing Your Mental Health Issues With Your Friends

6 Tips On Discussing Your Mental Health Issues With Your Friends

By Stanley Popovich Do you have a difficult time explaining your mental health issues to your family and friends? If so, here are six suggestions on how to discuss your mental health issues with your friends and relatives. 1. Talk to a counselor: The most important thing that you need to do is to talk to […]

6 Tips on How to Manage Your Daily Stresses And Anxieties

6 Tips on How to Manage Your Daily Stresses And Anxieties

By Stanley Popovich Everybody deals with stress and anxiety, however, our anxieties can sometimes get the best of us. It’s important to know how to cope with your anxieties and fears if they get out of control. With this in mind, here are some tips that a person can use to help manage their daily […]

Shutdowns Spur Mental Health Crisis in US, Experts Say

Shutdowns Spur Mental Health Crisis in US, Experts Say

BY BOWEN XIAO A basket of worries—spurred by anxieties related to job security, financial instability, grief from death, or loneliness—are plaguing an increasing number of Americans living amid the COVID-19 pandemic and its shutdown measures. Among 5,412 Americans surveyed at the end of June, 41 percent reported at least one adverse mental or behavioral health condition, […]

Southeast Ventura County YMCA Branches Offer New Outdoor/Virtual Group Exercise Classes

Southeast Ventura County YMCA Branches Offer New Outdoor/Virtual Group Exercise Classes

Thousand Oaks, Calif.—The Southeast Ventura County YMCA is now offering outdoor exercise classes at its three branch locations and virtual exercise classes online. Outdoor exercise classes include total body conditioning, group cycle, spin, Pilates/yoga, boot camp, tai chi and senior-focused exercises. Classes start as early as 6:00 a.m., Monday through Friday, at the Conejo Valley […]

Lower Vitamin D Levels May Indicate High Risk of COVID-19 Infection: Doctors

Lower Vitamin D Levels May Indicate High Risk of COVID-19 Infection: Doctors

BY MEILING LEE While the world waits for a definitive treatment, cure, or vaccine for COVID-19, studies have shown a significant correlation between a low level of vitamin D in the blood and a greater risk of infection of COVID-19, revealing that more robust data is needed to determine if vitamin D can prevent the disease or […]

The Health Benefits of Orange Juice – Is It Good For You?

The Health Benefits of Orange Juice – Is It Good For You?

. . By Chris Rogers . So should you consume oranges as a whole or extract juice out of them?From the very beginning, we have been told that it is better to eat oranges than extract juice from them. Have you heard that too? If you have, we are here to burst all your myths!Here […]

Children Rarely Spread Coronavirus To Each Other, Adults, Multiple Studies Show

Children Rarely Spread Coronavirus To Each Other, Adults, Multiple Studies Show

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR   A recent American Academy of Pediatrics article cited several studies conducted worldwide claiming that students rarely transmit coronavirus to each other or teachers. Studies conducted in France, Australia and Ireland failed to find a single transmission after students made hundreds of close contacts in schools. American teachers unions have strongly opposed […]

Food Security in a Post-Covid World

Food Security in a Post-Covid World

    By Paul Driessen European Conservatives and Reformists Party hosts another ‘Europe Debates’ webinar   US-EU trade talks are already stalled over agriculture issues. And yet the European Union’s new “Farm to Fork” strategy doesn’t just double down on the EU’s contentious agricultural regulations. It promises to use access to European markets to compel […]

St. John’s Regional Medical Center Opens Doors to New Emergency Department

St. John’s Regional Medical Center Opens Doors to New Emergency Department

Move initiates final phase of Emergency Department construction Dignity Health’s St. John’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) will open the doors to its new Emergency Department (ED) on Tuesday, August 4. The new ED, which spans more than 6,500 square feet, is part of a larger initiative to modernize and expand SJRMC’s facilities. Welcoming patients to […]