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The Coronavirus and Mental Health: 5 Tips for Isolated Singles

The Coronavirus and Mental Health: 5 Tips for Isolated Singles

On the 11th March 2020, WHO Director-General made an official statement in assessing the COVID-19 Coronavirus as a global pandemic.  At that time, there were 118,000 confirmed cases of Coronavirus globally. Fast forward just 24 days from the Director-Generals chilling assessment, the official count of confirmed COVID-19 infections now top …

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Helping the Elderly During Coronavirus

Helping the Elderly During Coronavirus

By Evelyn James Just over two weeks ago, the UK government asked that the over 70s should self-quarantine at home for at least 12 weeks to reduce their chances of catching COVID-19. According to the World Health Organisation, this group is at substantially higher risk of being hospitalised or falling …

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How to stay on track during the coronavirus pandemic

How to stay on track during the coronavirus pandemic

Navigating COVID-19   By: Dr. Kim Feinstein, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist and Weight Loss Specialist     You are now dealing with an ever-changing environment and massive disruptions to your daily life:   You are quarantined, isolated from friends, and worried about your health, finances, and food supply.  You are either working …

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Coronavirus for Runners – What You Need to Know

coronavirus and running

The Coronavirus has been officially called a pandemic by the World Health Organization and as the virus spreads worldwide – health officials are urging everyone practice ‘social isolation’ and be extremely diligent about washing your hands and other cleanliness habits. As runners we spend a lot of time potentially using …

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