Monthly Archives: August 2021

Overcome mental health stigma

The psychological and socioeconomic fallout from the pandemic could lead to an accelerated trend in depressive symptoms and suicidal ideation, attempts and deaths in Fairfax County, mental health experts reported during the ‘Fight Suicide’ Walk-a-thon at Lake Fairfax Park in Reston. 21st of August. There is a need for the …

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Snell resigns his seat on Middletown city committee

MIDDLETOWN – Republican township committee wife Patricia A. Snell has stepped down from her seat on the township committee with two years and four months remaining in the three-year term she was elected to in November 2020. Snell resigned from the governing body on August 19. In her resignation letter, …

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Update on the Top 10 and Top 10 Qualified Nursing Facilities in Maryland, Ranked by Staff Immunization Rate

23 Aug 2021 Media contact: Deidre McCabe, Director, Office of Communications, 410-767-3536 Charles Gischlar, Deputy Director, Media Relations, 410-767-6491 Update on the Top 10 and Top 10 Qualified Nursing Facilities in Maryland, Ranked by Staff Immunization Rate Maryland Department of Health also announces 21 facilities that failed to submit adequate …

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David Raines Community Health Center and Healthy Blue Louisiana inaugurate land to begin work on Linwood Public Charter School fitness grounds

Dr. Christy Valentine, newly appointed President of Healthy Blue Louisiana, makes her first visit to Shreveport today, August 23, 2021, to join the David Raines Community Health Center in an inaugural ceremony to begin fieldwork fitness center at Linwood Public Charter School. “We are excited about this opportunity to continue …

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Curtain peeling off veterinary mental health

CLEVELAND – Dr. Elizabeth Wierczorek loves being a veterinarian. She works almost every day. She sees patients physically and virtually and checks in via email. Even with the long hours, she loves what she does. “Since I was little, I have always loved animals. The typical “oh that always fed …

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Kaufmann to chair nominations review committee | Local

Jeff Kaufmann, chief of the Iowa GOP, speaks during a visit to Davenport in 2020. Jeff Kaufmann chats with a member of the Westside Conservative Club during a meeting at the Machine Shed restaurant in Urbandale in 2016. A large crowd gathered at the 2017 Republican Caucus at Muscatine High …

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Cowlitz County Police and Mental Health Care Providers Concerned About Changes to New Crisis Response Law | Crime and courts

“We maintain that contact so we don’t just walk away, but our hands are really very tied in these situations,” said Shook. “Making decisions about who we can help and who we can’t is heartbreaking. “ Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} Changes to police response …

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How can we all follow Simone Biles’ example

At only 24 years old, Simone Bilès is the most successful gymnast in the world. She has an incredible number of 32 medals, from the Olympics and other international competitions. With her talent, she seems to have everything, from the outside, that is to say. Like everyone else, Biles isn’t …

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Nutrafol pledges to donate for Hair Loss Awareness Month

After reaffirming its commitment to the industry and committing to open the dialogue on hair loss and thinning through healthcare providers, Nutrafol, a leader in hair wellness, announced today He will donate part of his total income for the month of August to National Alopecia. Areata Foundation (NAAF), according to …

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Non-profit organizations working to strengthen mental health

By Felix Rodriguez, Program Associate, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Officially recognized in June 2008 (and still recognized today), National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month Bebe Moore Campbell – otherwise known as BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month – was created to raise awareness of the unique struggles people of color …

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News from Tri-Town News, August 11

When Jackson’s voters going to the polls on Nov. 2 to vote for state officials, they will also vote to elect four members of the Jackson School District Board of Education. July 26 was the deadline for New Jersey residents to file a nomination petition to run for a seat …

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COVID-19 epidemic affects 8 people in retirement home

The Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency identified a COVID-19 outbreak at a nursing home on Friday, officials said. Health officials said five residents and three staff at Maggie Nursing and Rehabilitation in Maggie Valley have tested positive for COVID-19. The following is a statement from Maggie Nursing and …

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Blood and platelet supply critical in Collier County

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. Blood and platelet supplies are extremely low in Collier County. A dramatic increase in use by cancer and surgical patients, coupled with a marked decrease in the number of donors, has resulted in a shortage, according to the Community Blood Center, an affiliate of the NCH Healthcare …

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