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Dealing with Cornovirus: It's OK to Be Anxious

Posted on April 21, 2020 - When we feel bad about something, we can make ourselves feel worse if we judge those feelings! And few of us are escaping anxiety these days. Duke University experts say we should cut ourselves some slack.

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Family Caregiver Concerns During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted on April 16, 2020 - Now that most of us have been practicing social distancing for over a month, it’s becoming apparent that our experience depends in part on our life circumstances. People who still must work around others — healthcare workers, grocery workers, mail carriers, bus drivers — are all heroes, and let’s not forget to honor and thank them! Parents are scrambling to telecommute while ensuring their children are keeping up with online lessons. And people who also are providing care support for elderly loved ones have an extra set of concerns.

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Psychologists to public: Here’s how to stop touching your faces and #flattenthecurve

Posted on April 14, 2020 - We’ve had a month to break the face touching habit! How are you doing? Rice University experts offer some tips.

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Scam Alert: Con Artists Prey on COVID-19 Fears

Posted on April 9, 2020 - From natural disasters to world disturbances, any time there is big news that worries people, con artists are quick to capitalize on our fears and concerns. We haven’t seen a more concerning current event than the COVID-19 pandemic in many years—and no sooner did the word “coronavirus” appear in the headlines than fraudsters unleashed their own epidemic of schemes.

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What heart patients should know about coronavirus

Posted on April 7, 2020 - The American Heart Association offers coronavirus-related advice for people who are living with heart disease.

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