Monthly Archives: January 2022

First Behavioral Health Urgent Care Facility in Development for Mecklenburg County

The Smith Family Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC), a one-of-a-kind facility in Mecklenburg County, is under development and slated to open in early 2023 in east Charlotte. The Mecklenburg County government, the Steve Smith Family Foundation, Alliance Health, Daymark Recovery Services and others have partnered to develop the center, a …

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Beaufort County Committee to design transportation tax details

screenshot of the city council of January 24, 2022 Beaufort County plans to delegate the details of a 2022 transit tax referendum to a citizens’ committee it will appoint next month. The committee will recommend which projects would be given priority, how much the tax would be and for how …

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Making matching more efficient for people in need of an organ transplant

Date published: January 31, 2022 Type of support: Press release Public: General public Regional Minister of Health and Minister responsible for the Organs and Tissues Authority (OTA), Dr David Gillespie, today announced $14.9 million for OrganMatch, a world-class software system helping to save the lives of more Australians awaiting organ …

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Miami seeks to boost mental health services with new fee

Jayne Brownell recalls a time when University of Miami students who contacted the Student Advising Service could schedule an admissions appointment within one to two business days. Last semester, however, the vice president of student life saw wait times soar to seven to 10 days for a first appointment. “When …

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New $31M VA Clinic Set to Open in Montana with Significantly Expanded Services

The David J. Thatcher VA Clinic in Missoula, Montana is shown in an undated photo. The clinic is named after World War II veteran David J. Thatcher, a longtime Montana resident who participated in the famous Doolittle Raid on Tokyo during World War II. (Facebook) (Tribune News Service) – David …

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Little Village community groups call for mental health resources after gang shooting kills 8-year-old | Latin Voice | Chicago News

The fatal shooting of 8-year-old Melissa Ortega in Little Village shines a light on the town’s disturbing gun violence. Ortega was crossing the street with her mother when police say she was shot by 16-year-old Emilio Corripio. Prosecutors say the teenager was shooting rival gang members. Xavier Guzman, 27, the …

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NFL Competition Committee anticipates numerous proposals for overtime format changes

The outcry over the fairness of the NFL’s overtime format was renewed after last week’s epic AFC Division game in Kansas City without the Bills touching the ball after regulation time expired, and there is a strong expectation within the league competition committee that several teams will make proposals. on …

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Fox River Friends Receive Donation from Signal Hill DAR

Friends of the Fox River received financial support from the Signal Hill, Barrington-based National Society Daughters of the American Revolution chapter in the amount of $500. The Elgin-based 501(c)3 organization that focuses its efforts on maintaining the health and viability of the Fox River. The donation will be directed towards …

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Why Adams must build a new psychiatric hospital for the mentally ill homeless on Rikers

Two pressing issues facing Mayor Adams at first seem unrelated. But the violence and decay at Rikers Island prison and the wave of mentally ill homeless people hurting innocent people can and should be linked. Whether Rikers Prison is replaced with prisons elsewhere, or just new structures on the island, …

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Startup wants to help Safety Net Community Health Centers expand their reach

In the United States, approximately 1,400 federally licensed health centers (FQHCs) provide care for Medicare, Medicaid, and uninsured patients in underserved communities – a one-stop safety net for health and well-being. -be who charges a sliding scale. It is therefore not surprising to learn that they lack the resources to …

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Mental health services in Florence

NEWS Mental health services in Florence Jane Farrell 28 January 2022 – 10:11 to share Feeling heard when you are struggling and knowing when and where to find help is crucial for those in need of mental health assistance. For many who have been transplanted to Italy, it can feel …

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Committee recommends approval to change responsibility for special assessments – Jamestown Sun

The Jamestown Public Works Committee unanimously recommended approval to change the liability for outstanding special assessments due on four water main replacement districts. If City Council approves the change, the City’s share would be 70% and the Owners’ share would be 30% for the 17-61, 19-61, 20-61 and 21-61 Watermain …

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NDP suggests people linked to private healthcare company donated $42,000 to Ontario PCs before securing sole-source contract

Elections Ontario is being asked to investigate a private health care company, whose directors made a series of donations to the Progressive Conservative Party weeks before the company received a sole-source contract to run health clinics. vaccination in the province. The Ontario NDP wrote a letter to Chief Electoral Officer …

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How to Fight the Student Version of Monday Blues

After a relaxing and fun weekend, some people end up with a severe case of “Monday blues”. Students are no strangers to this feeling, especially when it’s the first few weeks of a new semester. It’s normal to feel tense or overwhelmed on Monday mornings. While we often want to …

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Behavioral Health Clinic Demonstration Reaches More People, Gathers More Support – State of Reform

The two years Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) Demonstration Program– from October 1 – has been operational for about four months and has seen continued success and promise. Jon Villasurdadeputy state administrator for the Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services …

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COVID restrictions have negatively affected our school culture and our mental health – The Williams Record

As we enter the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Williams experience has been fundamentally altered by the social restrictions imposed by the administration on our community. For many students, the strong community connection idealized in admissions materials and alumni anecdotes were among the main reasons we were drawn …

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New committee to help improve care for Native American veterans

Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough has tasked his agency’s new Tribal and Indian Affairs Advisory Committee with helping the VA take more innovative approaches to serving Native American veterans. The newly created panel, one of 27 VA Advisory Committees, met for the first time on Tuesday to advise the VA …

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Medical director talks about blood shortage affecting hospitals

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – For weeks we have been hearing about a nationwide blood shortage that is particularly affecting patients in hospitals. Dr. David Huddleston, medical director of Cape Fear Valley Health Laboratories, says their donations have dropped by around 50%. The Cape Fear Valley health system supplies its own …

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Death of Stanford nurse draws attention to mental health of healthcare workers

STANFORD, Calif. (KRON) – This is a problem faced by healthcare workers across the country, including here in the Bay Area. Don’t miss any story, start your day with KRON4.com Friends of a Stanford nurse who took her own life last week say her death draws attention to the importance …

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Santa Cruz Community Health opens new clinic in the Santa Cruz Mountains – Santa Cruz Sentinel

BEN LOMOND — The bell rang Tuesday in the name of health rather than death. Chimes rang through the redwoods at 9:53 a.m. as Santa Cruz Community Health celebrated the opening of its new San Lorenzo Valley clinic by ringing the bell above Wee Kirk Church in Ben Lomond. The …

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Wellness teams harness digital tools to better connect students to mental health services | News

The last thing a distressed person needs is a barrier. Yet this is what many face when trying to navigate systems meant to provide resources and support – like an overworked student trying to navigate a resource-rich website. Many would agree with online browsing best practices that advise websites to …

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Prison Board Forms Committee to Hire New Warden | Local News

The prison warden and deputy warden of Lawrence County are still on paid administrative leave and their separation agreements are pending. Meanwhile, the Lawrence County Board of Corrections establishes a protocol for the search for a permanent warden. Prison board chairwoman Loretta Spielvogel at Wednesday’s regular board meeting initiated the …

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Marathon County Volunteer Opportunities: Week of January 24.

Find more donation and volunteer opportunities! Visit the United Way Volunteer Connection volunteer website at www.unitedwaymc.galaxydigital.com. Response to COVID-19. Please follow all recommendations from the federal government, the Center for Disease Control, and the Marathon County Health Department. Spring cleaning. Marathon County Historical Society is looking for volunteers to help …

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The therapist uses music to help children and adults communicate

SOUTHINGTON — Giving foster children a new voice through songwriting and children on the autism spectrum speech through song has made Jona Jeffcoat a pied piper for those who struggle with communication. The certified music therapist founded Infinity Music Therapy Services in 2010 to help children and adults find new …

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A new mental health facility will open downtown this summer

Job January 23, 2022 in Featured | Front page | News Artistic rendering of the Acess Open Minds installation in downtown Sarnia. Image courtesy of Bluewater Health Foundation Tara Jeffrey Achieving the fundraising goal for a new youth mental health and addictions facility in Sarnia couldn’t have come at a …

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“The Human Behind the Badge” – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – As the pandemic nears the two-year mark, an organization in Colorado hopes to get mental health assistance for healthcare workers. The All Clear Foundation receives nearly $2 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to reduce burnout and promote wellness. (credit: All Clear Foundation) …

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American Rescue Act Special Committee Appointments Announced

Legislative Speaker Tracey Bartels announced appointments to the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Special Committee created at the January 10 organizational meeting. Appointees include: Chairman Peter Criswell — City of Kingston, District 7; Vice President Thomas Corcoran Jr.—Town of Marlborough, District 11; members Aaron J. Levine—Town of Saugerties, District 1, …

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🌱 Breeze Airways Update + $100,000 Donation to UAH Nursing

Hey, Huntsville! Here’s everything you need to know to get off to a good start this Saturday, including: Lots of sun, but cold. Top: 41 Bottom: 21. Congratulations to our main local sponsors: Martinson & Beason, PC provided trusted legal advice in Huntsville since 1937. Provide peace of mind to …

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NJ residents in crisis find support via mental health text line

NEW JERSEY — It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic has been stressful for everyone. Emergency room visits for people in mental health crisis have increased dramatically, according to the New Jersey Hospital Association. Calls to the New Jersey child care system for children in need of help have highlighted …

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Seniors Invited to Participate in Aging Partners Events – City of Lincoln, NE

Posted on January 21, 2022 Aging Partners invites seniors and the public to attend a variety of senior-focused activities and classes in Lincoln and Lancaster County from January 24-30: monday january 24 Dominos, Rummikub, SkipBo, Pitch and Cards, Belmont Senior Center – 9 a.m. Art Books, Games and …

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ON EDGE: State agencies to audit struggling 10-county West Edge mental health center

Three state agencies launched a joint audit of Mind Springs Health, sending state investigators to examine the nonprofit mental health agency’s documents and financial records for 10 Western Slope counties. The organization, one of 17 regional community mental health centers that receive millions of dollars each year in public funding, …

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House Oversight Committee Holds Nursing Home Deaths Hearing | News

House Oversight Committee holds hearing on nursing home deaths MICHIGAN, United States (WJRT) – It’s controversy over the number of COVID-related deaths in Michigan. Michigan’s House Oversight Committee met for several hours Thursday to discuss deaths in the state’s COVID-19 long-term care facilities and Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order that …

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End restrictions on blood donations for gay men to address national shortage

When national tragedy strikes, gay and bisexual men are denied the right to help our community due to outdated restrictions on blood donations that prevent us from participating in this vital community service. Last week, the Red Cross sounded the alarm, alerting the nation to the worst blood shortage in …

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Upstate doctors and families shed light on significant mental health issue for children and teens | Covid19 News

GREENVILLE, South Carolina (FOX Carolina) – If you feel like your kids have been through a lot lately in and out of school, you’re not alone. On Wednesday, PRISMA Health hosted a meeting on children, adolescents, the pandemic and mental health – acknowledging how difficult things have been for families …

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Looking for Pfizer’s Paxlovid pills when mum had Covid

Just after 1 p.m. on Tuesday last week, my phone rang with a text from my mum: “Well, I caught a cold, body aches, cough, etc. during the week.” She had taken a home coronavirus test. It was positive. Having spent the last year writing about Covid-19 vaccines and treatments …

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How to take care of your mental health if you’re at home with Covid-19

For many of us, catching COVID and self-isolating at home can be a lonely, scary and harrowing experience. For those with a pre-existing mental illness, it can be even more difficult. The following strategies are designed to help you take care of your mental health if you contract COVID and …

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Rudy Giuliani and 3 others subpoenaed by the January 6 committee

Mr. Giuliani has alleged fraud in a series of unofficial legislative hearings and even argued a voter fraud case himself in federal court in Philadelphia, where he suffered a decisive defeat. “Voters, not lawyers, choose the president,” the court said at one point. On Jan. 6, addressing a crowd of …

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Blood donation is simple, but its story is not

ATLANTA – You’ll find few places more sterile than a Red Cross center for donating blood. Tubes, ampoules, even blood: everything works the same way. If one place were to be free from prejudice and inequity, this would be it. And yet, he is there. It’s a familiar subject for …

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US coronavirus: Omicron has not peaked nationwide and ‘the next few weeks will be difficult’, says US surgeon general

“There are parts of the country — New York, in particular, and other parts of the northeast — where we’re starting to see a plateau, and in some cases an early drop in cases,” Murthy told CNN. Sunday. “The challenge is that the whole country is not moving at the …

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Hi, How Are You Project’s Happy Habit-A-Thon Mental Health Focus

Hi, How are you Project hosting Happy Habit-A-Thon Happy Habit-A-Thon is an international, multi-day awareness and fundraising event with the goal of helping people integrate daily tasks to improve mood, energy and focus on mental health. FOX 7 Austin’s Tierra Neubaum has the details. AUSTIN, TX – the Hi, how …

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School committee members worry about cuts to city and state aid as work begins on 2022-23 budget | Daily news alerts

WEST — Concerns about the potential level of city and state financial support will weigh on the school board as it develops a proposed education budget for 2022-23. The budget-making process kicked off Wednesday with Superintendent of Schools Mark Garceau and Cindy Kirchhoff, the school district’s director of finance and …

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National blood shortage felt in the region; international organizations plead for donors | Health

A nonprofit that provides blood to hospitals in the Dakotas is offering an incentive to get people to donate during what officials say is a national blood shortage that is further stressing the nation’s health care system amid the coronavirus pandemic. Vitalant serves about 900 hospitals nationwide, including about 85 …

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Lack of relevant data blocks audit of competition between for-profit companies, government and non-profit organizations

TOPEKA — The Kansas Legislature-ordered audit of competition among government agencies, nonprofits, and for-profit businesses hasn’t ended political wrangling over efforts by a franchise club to Wichita-based fitness to get a property tax exemption. The Kansas Post-Audit Division, which works for the Legislative Assembly, presented a report on an attempt …

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Reader Caption: Share Your Experiences Navigating the Santa Barbara County Mental Health System | Local News

With just 16 beds at the Santa Barbara County Psychiatric Health Center — and no youth inpatient beds — residents are being ferried all the way to San Diego County to access this sometimes life-threatening care. Shortage of acute care beds in Santa Barbara County has caused long ER waits …

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A personal zoom: Quitting my job improved my mental health and my mission

It’s too early to tell if 2022 will continue “The Great Resignation,” where million americans, a record number, left their workplaces in 2021, wanting more money, flexibility or fulfillment. Even though my salary was low, I never thought I would join their ranks. Why should I? I loved being a …

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Nomination to key committee will divide Democrats

City Council Republicans are cartwheeling on a report that a tough-as-nails, independent lawmaker will be tapped to lead a powerful investigative committee whose job will be to scrutinize Mayor Adams. Council Minority Leader Joe Borelli (R-Staten Island) told The Post that the planned appointment of Councilwoman Gale Brewer (D-Manhattan) to …

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Organ transplants surge in part due to COVID-19, wife says husband was a proud donor

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A Kansas man died of COVID-19 but donated his kidneys, saving two lives. Kansas Senator Marshall plans to introduce ‘Fauci Law’ after clash at hearing Since the start of the pandemic, the Midwest Transplant Network said this was one of the reasons it was seeing an …

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Mental health advocates and professionals push for diversion grant-funded plans | Local News

Officials gathered at the Tyler Rose Garden Center Friday afternoon to hear from Smith County doctors and mental health professionals. Smith County law enforcement and legal officials, including Sheriff Larry Smith, Police Chief Jimmy Toler, Tyler Mayor Don Warren, 14th District Court Judge Reeve Jackson, District Attorney District officials Jacob …

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Here’s how you can get free Covid-19 home tests

The program is part of the Biden administration’s efforts to increase access to testing in the United States. It will also be handing out free at-home tests, with more information on how to order them coming next week. Most Americans with private insurance can purchase home tests online or in …

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Jamie Lynn Spears on dealing with trauma and her mental health

Jamie Lynn Spears appeared on an episode of hello america, during which she tearfully opened up about her strained relationship with Britney Spears, after her sister’s arduous conservatorship battle ended. Along with discussing the current situation with her family, Spears bravely revealed her struggle with trauma and mental health. In …

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RNC signals withdrawal from presidential debates

As a result, she added, the RNC would begin the process of changing its rules at the winter meeting “to bar future Republican candidates from participating in CPD-sponsored debates.” It remains to be seen which new entity, if any, the Republican Party will choose to host the debates and whether …

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🌱 San Leandro Hospital Approach Capacity + Fruit Donation

Happy Thursday, San Leandro! Here’s everything you need to know around San Leandro today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly to mostly sunny. High: 59 Low: 43. San Leandro Public Library: “We’re starting San Leandro’s 150th anniversary with a walk through history. On Saturday, January 29, join us for a walk …

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Notre Dame sophomores struggle to adapt amid pandemic, use advice at higher rates // The Observer

Editor’s Note: Mental health resources are available on the Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s, and Holy Cross websites. COVID-19 has upended normalcy across the globe, and at the University of Notre Dame, the Class of 2024 has felt the brunt of the impact of the pandemic. With compulsory vaccinations and the …

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Test & Trace deploys mobile test teams to support hospital emergency departments.

Testing for All: NYC Test & Trace Corps Deploys Mobile Testing Teams to Support Hospital Emergency Departments During Omicron Surge Mobile testing teams have deployed to 37 unique hospitals to ease demand in hospital emergency departments New York, NY The NYC Test & Trace Corps announced today that it has …

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US sees mental health in crisis – Leavenworth Times

Maureen Groppe and Sarah Elbeshbishi USA TODAY WASHINGTON – An overwhelming majority of Americans believe the United States is in the throes of a real mental health crisis, according to a new USA TODAY / Suffolk University poll. Almost two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has …

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The tourism committee has concerns with the parish of St-Landry

The three-year term of the tourism commission expires next month. St. Landry Parish Council members plan to recruit new board members, but community leaders in St. Landry Parish have concerns. In a meeting with members of the parish council, St. Landry Parish Director General of Tourism Herman Fuselier told the …

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Omicron Peak may be flattening in the upstate, but the North Country is two weeks behind

Governor Kathy Hochul at a COVID-19 briefing on January 7, 2022. Photo: Don Pollard / Office of Governor Kathy Hochul January 11, 2022 – Governor Kathy Hochul said there was a “silver lining” that the spike in omicron cases was leveling off in the New York City area, but Upstate …

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Eatontown NJ Mental Health Clinic – Medicare / Medicaid

Eatontown, United States, January 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The new options complement Positive Reset’s established services, which include therapy for adults, children and teens, couples, and those mourning the loss of a loved one. In addition to traditional therapy for individuals and groups, the clinic also offers cognitive behavioral …

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Whatcom to open second COVID isolation center in Civic

Due to a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in the region, the Whatcom County Health Department announced on Monday, January 10 that it will open a second isolation center at Civic Stadium. The facility can accommodate up to 25 guests who are vulnerable members of the community and need a …

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Pete Davidson pays tribute to Bob Saget after his death

Pierre Davidson paid a vibrant tribute to Bob Saget shortly after the announcement of the sudden death of the former “Full House”. The “Saturday Night Live” star described Saget as “one of the nicest men on the planet” who has always looked after him and his sanity. “When I was …

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Standing parliamentary committee meetings canceled because staff members are positive

After more than 400 members of Parliament’s staff tested positive for Covid-19 in randomized tests and with the increase in cases in the nation’s capital, meetings of several parliamentary committees were called off. Sources said the meeting of the standing parliamentary committees on personnel, public grievances, law and justice, the …

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Mon Health Hospitals Achieve National Recognition for Promoting Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Mon Health Hospitals Achieved National Recognition For Their Efforts To Increase Organ, Eye And Tissue Donor Registrations Across The State Through The Workplace Partnership for Life (WPFL) . The WPFL is a national initiative that unites the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Health Resources …

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Family-to-family classes to focus on mental health

The Family-to-Family Course is a free, eight-session educational program designed to help family members support loved ones living with mental health issues. The program, which begins February 2, aims to help family members understand and access local resources, while taking care of themselves. The course will cover information on illnesses …

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Oregon wants quick fix to high lead levels in Portland water

It has been six years since Dr. Marc Edwards first identified toxic levels of lead in water in Flint, Michigan. Since then, Professor Virginia Tech – credited alongside her colleague with calling the world’s attention to a brewing water crisis in Flint – has become baffled by lead levels in …

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Ellenberg and Manley: Mental health and addiction as a public health crisis

We’ve seen the headlines and reports, social media posts and countless podcasts. COVID-19 has brought to light existing gaps in our systems that have left us all exposed. But for decades before the coronavirus became part of our lexicon, these shortcomings began to manifest on our streets, in our schools, …

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School Board Finance Committee Reviews Additional Compensation for Teachers and Apprentices | Lee County

A way to financially subsidize teachers and substitute teachers who work during their planning / break times was one of two topics discussed at a recent Lee County School Committee meeting. During the finance committee meeting, the committee discussed and adopted a classroom teacher compensation coverage plan. Sandra Bowen, school …

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Unique efforts underway to increase blood donation

PEMBROKE PARK, Florida – Community blood drives have disappeared in the face of this pandemic, but not the need for blood donations. A new effort by OneBlood to encourage giving allows recipients to anonymously send a thank you note to their donor through a new program called Message My Donor. …

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WBUR CitySpace Presents Call to Mind Live: Pass or Fail – Mental Health in Community Colleges with US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy

On Thursday, January 13, WBUR CitySpace at Lavine Broadcast Center, in partnership with Call to Mind, will present “Pass or Fail – Mental Health in Community Colleges,” a virtual discussion of the inadequate mental health resources available to college students. community. Moderated by Here Now co-host Scott Tong, the free …

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Palm Medical Centers Announces Acquisition of Robert V. Barbarite, MD, PA, Primary Care Practice in Broward County

CORAL GABLES, Florida – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Palm medical centers (“Palm”), a portfolio company of MBF Healthcare Partners II, LP (“MBF”), announced the acquisition of Robert V. Barbarite, MD, PA, a six-provider internal medicine practice in Parkland, Florida. The medical clinic becomes 21 of the Palm Medical Centersst primary care location …

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Therapist says distance learning is bad for mental health

School districts in New York State are grappling with the possibility of switching to distance learning due to the increase in COVID-19 cases. Experts say distance learning can be detrimental to children. Tharaha Thavakumar, School-Based Therapist through Genesee Mental Health and Rochester Regional Health, speaks on distance learning. What would …

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Benton County moves January committee meetings online only

BENTONVILLE – Two Benton County committee meetings this month will be online solely due to the covid-19 omicron variant, County Judge Barry Moehring said on Wednesday. “As I’m sure you know, due to the omicron variant, the number of covid-19 cases in Benton County and across Arkansas tends to increase …

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Apple and RED Product Partnership to Donate Half of Proceeds to Fight COVID-19 Outbreak in Africa

Apple and RED Product’s partnership is now donating half of its revenue for the year 2022 to help fight the current COVID-19 epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa. (Photo: by FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP via Getty Images)Lead singer of Irish rock band U2 Bono holds the iPhone “Red” during a panel session …

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Long story short: Criminal justice, mental health and the political issues of 2022

In episode 1 of season 2 for Long story short (listen below), Oklahoma Watch reporters share insights from their recent and upcoming stories with executive director Ted Streuli. Oklahoma’s ability to carry out executions using its current lethal injection procedures is on the line next month in federal court. Keaton …

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Gambia: Freeman Health Care Foundation, Crawah donate medical items to public health facilities

The Freeman Health Care Foundation (FHCF), based in America in collaboration with the Center for Research and Advocacy on Women and Adolescent Health (CRAWAH) The Gambia last Wednesday donated medical items to various public health institutions in the country. Beneficiaries included Bundung Maternal Hospital, Fajikunda Health Center, Serekunda Health Center, …

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The bill would dedicate two days to student mental health

BOSTON (State House News Service) – The COVID-19 pandemic, marked by disrupted routines and social isolation, has drawn new attention to issues related to the mental health of young people. Now lawmakers are proposing ways to give Massachusetts students additional flexibility to deal with mental health issues as they arise. …

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The Rules Committee in figures

Looking at tables filled with numbers can lead to a high-pitched MEGO (My Eyes Glaze Over). However, when it comes to tables that you have created that reflect the results that you have experienced professionally, the numbers come to life and begin to tell their stories. I came to the …

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Health brief 01.04.22 | Life

SGHS holds pinning ceremony Local residents Reg and Diana Murphy recently presented a $ 50,000 grant to the Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation to establish the MaeLil Scholars program for registered nurses seeking certifications specializing in nursing environments. difficult and high intensity practice in a hospital setting. On December 21, …

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San Jose Museum COVID clinic aims to delight and immunize children – CBS San Francisco

New Year dawns with lingering woes at Bay Area airportsHundreds of flights have been delayed and dozens canceled at SFO as the omicron and bad weather brought another day of headaches for travelers and airlines alike. Betty Yu reports (1-2-22) 2 hours ago Raw video: fatal hit-and-run accident in San …

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To find out what works in rural mental health care, listen to the innovators – InsideSources

Everyone in this country is experiencing the impacts of COVID-19 on mental health in one way or another. Even before the pandemic, nearly 14.2 million Americans suffered from severe mental illness every year, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depressive disorder. It might surprise you to know that if …

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