How to navigate a friendship shift

With research showing how friendship affects our health and happiness, it’s important to keep nurturing those bonds Image: iStock While lockdown prevented us from seeing our friends in person, it would have been even more difficult to navigate the past few months without the support of our friends on the other end of a Zoom […]

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Weddings as a Coronavirus Super-Spreader Worry

Jo Ellen Chism, 57, a retiree who lives in The Woodlands, Texas, about an hour outside Houston, was nervous about attending her stepson’s wedding on June 20. “They were going to postpone it, but then the Catholic church decided they would open and would have up to 75 people,” she said. “75 people seemed like […]

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Turn the News Into a Rose

Paper flower-making is a popular craft that can result in blooms as complex and realistic as you want, from dahlias with 100 or more hand-cut, hand-curled crepe petals to coffee filter pom-pom carnations. A newspaper rose is a great entry-level project. Using our template makes creating your blooms almost foolproof. Once you get the hang […]

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A Delta Flight Turned Around After 2 Passengers Refused to Wear Masks

Like many airlines these days, Delta requires masks for passengers on board in an effort to reduce the risk for spreading COVID-19. Unfortunately, not everyone seems to have gotten the memo, including two passengers who refused to wear masks while on their flight, which caused the plane to return to its gate.  On July 23, […]

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Birx Says U.S. Epidemic Is in a ‘New Phase’

Dr. Deborah L. Birx, the Trump administration’s coronavirus coordinator, said on Sunday that the nation was in a “new phase” of the coronavirus epidemic that was much more sprawling across the country than last spring’s outbreaks in major cities like New York and Seattle. She recommended that people living in communities where cases are surging […]

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Do you have reverse SAD?

Image: iStock Reverse – or summer – seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a tough condition for people to get their heads around. We understand winter seasonal affective disorder: the days are shorter and the weather is colder, so we look forward to summer.  Most of us are in better spirits when the sun’s shining, but […]

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Red Onions Linked to Salmonella Outbreak, Officials Say

Red onions grown in California have been traced as the potential source of a salmonella outbreak that has infected more than 500 people in the United States and Canada, health officials said. Confirmed cases have surfaced in 34 states. Those most affected as of Saturday included Oregon (71); Utah (61) and California (49), the Food […]

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How to Stay Safer on Mass Transit

In cities across the country, ridership on public transportation has dropped precipitously as people have stayed home to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But for some, continuing to take mass transit was never optional. Many essential workers who cannot work remotely or don’t drive have continued to ride buses, trains and ferries; they […]

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Your new holiday health to-do list

You’ve weighed up the risks, and got your face mask and hand sanitiser at the ready. Here’s your checklist for travel health Image: iStock After saving for it, shopping for it, maybe even shrinking for it, you’re determined that nothing – not even coronavirus – is going to ruin your holiday…  For those of us who […]

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Should Youth Come First in Coronavirus Care?

In April, as the coronavirus was rampaging through the Northeast, Larry Churchill considered what he would do if the pandemic caused medical shortages. Should he, a 75-year-old, direct care to younger people before him if he got sick? He was in a good position to raise the question. A bioethicist retired from Vanderbilt University, he […]

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Everything you don’t know about SPF

Image: iStock Whether you find yourself bewildered in the sun care aisle or consider yourself SPF-savvy, with new research constantly being done in the field of UV damage, it’s never a bad idea to swot up. Plus, the fact remains that we, the great British public, have dermatologists and skin cancer specialists tearing out their […]

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Spending My Tenderness on Animals

When it all went to hell, we adopted sheep. We were standing in the shed, five years into our marriage, and I just wanted my husband to put the saddle on the rack. It wasn’t going well. First, James was not sure why I owned a saddle since I have never owned a horse. Second, […]

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