Learning to live in the midst of COVID-19 with community thinking | Art and culture

Learning to live in the midst of COVID-19 with community thinking |  Art and culture

Is the coronavirus pandemic over? With most regulations and restrictions lifted and OU courses with few remote options, it seems that COVID-19 has become part of history. This is far from the truth. Although not as pertinent, the virus continues to affect the community of UO and Lane County, with new cases it is still … Read more

Think and create your path to better health |

Think and create your path to better health |

It is widely known that our thoughts, and more specifically our beliefs about those thoughts, determine our actions. We have all heard sayings like: “As the mind goes, the body follows.” and “as is the thought of a man, so is he.” and “What you think about what you provoke”, right? Even science has been … Read more

everything doctors do to avoid getting sick during cold and flu season | Sand

everything doctors do to avoid getting sick during cold and flu season |  Sand

Great advice, straight from the experts. Nobody likes to be sick, and most of us also want to make sure we don’t spread viruses or other contagious diseases to our vulnerable loved ones. Therefore, it is important to do everything possible to minimize the risk of infection. This is especially true at this time when … Read more

Northeast Pennsylvania Amidst Robustest Flu Season in Years | News

Northeast Pennsylvania Amidst Robustest Flu Season in Years |  News

The rasping noises and whimpering you hear are the sounds of Northeast Pennsylvania’s most intense flu season in years. × This page requires Javascript. Javascript is required to be able to read premium content. Please enable it in your browser settings. kAm{23@C2E@CJ\4@?7:C>65 42D6D @7 :?7=F6?K2 24C@DD E96 C68:@?’D D6G6? 4@F?E:6D DFC865 E@`c[hd` 7C@> 62C=J ~4E@36C … Read more

Is it too late to get a flu shot? Flu season, free shots

Is it too late to get a flu shot?  Flu season, free shots

Robin Deal, a retired registered nurse, left, prepares to give Cheyenne Cravencrozier a flu shot at Rex Wellness Center of Cary on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021. travis long tlong@newsobserver.com Flu season is far from over. And with a few months left in this sick season, doctors encourage everyone to get vaccinated as soon as they … Read more

Is it too late to get a flu shot? Flu season, free shots

Is it too late to get a flu shot?  Flu season, free shots

Robin Deal, a retired registered nurse, left, prepares to give Cheyenne Cravencrozier a flu shot at Rex Wellness Center of Cary on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021. travis long tlong@newsobserver.com Flu season is far from over. And with a few months left in this sick season, doctors encourage everyone to get vaccinated as soon as they … Read more

‘Nothing is in stock’: Pharmacies experience shortages of adult cold and flu medicines

‘Nothing is in stock’: Pharmacies experience shortages of adult cold and flu medicines

Pharmacies in Toronto and beyond are experiencing a shortage of adult medications. cold and flu medicineswith many drugstore shelves having little to no inventory. Semah Salib, a pharmacist at Woodgreen Discount Pharmacy, said it’s an unprecedented shortage and something she’s never seen before. “There is nothing available,” he said. “It had never happened before. For … Read more

COVID-19 on the rise in Missouri, but the flu on the decline

COVID-19 on the rise in Missouri, but the flu on the decline

S T. LOUIS — COVID-19 cases are rising in Missouri, even as flu cases appear to be declining. Flu activity remains high but is declining in most areas of the US, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Control. So far, the flu has caused 20 million illnesses, 21,000 hospitalizations and 13,000 deaths … Read more

Is ‘Tripledemia’ Declining? Drop in flu and RSV cases prompts cautious optimism from doctors

Is ‘Tripledemia’ Declining?  Drop in flu and RSV cases prompts cautious optimism from doctors

VERY WELL, BROOKE, THANKS. WELL THERE IS A GOOD SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS SICK NOW. THE TRIPLE DEMIC CALL OF COVID 19, THE FLU AND CONTINUES TO AFFECT MILLIONS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. BUT HEALTH EXPERTS ARE OPTIMISTIC THAT CONDITIONS ARE STARTING TO IMPROVE WITH FLU AND RSV INFECTIONS DECREASING IN SOME AREAS. I TALKED TO … Read more

Masking by choice: Universities see hope against flu as students continue pandemic practices | Education

Masking by choice: Universities see hope against flu as students continue pandemic practices |  Education

Before the Covid-19 pandemic, Katie Jordan suspects that she never wore a mask. But when another respiratory illness, not Covid, according to her test results, brought her down this fall semester, she didn’t hesitate. When he had to venture out to the grocery store, he masked himself. “I knew (other buyers) didn’t want the cold … Read more