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COVID-19 And Coping With Life Interrupted

As a result of COVID-19, everyone’s daily lives have been impacted. Not only in our regular routines such as going to work or getting groceries but many of our other life activities has also been impacted. In this Learning Bites session, Dr. Sean Hayes shares some suggestions on how to manage and cope with this.

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Growing More Than Just Vegetables

By Susan Williams Spring is now in full swing! Even though COVID-19 has made our lead up to spring this year a very different experience, it’s still nice to appreciate the warmer weather and the chance to go outside (while safely distancing of course). It’s also the time of...

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A Laugh A Day Keeps the Doctor Away

By Susan Williams Have you had a good chuckle today? Even if you don’t feel like it – this may be one of the best things you can do. Laughter is really good for you and your health – both physically and emotionally. According to the Mayo Clinic, when...

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This Week’s #TweetTalk – Care Homes, Staying Healthy and Robin Williams

In this week’s Tweet Talk, we talk about a few and very different trending topics. From the challenges that care homes are experiencing due to COVID-19, to trying to stay healthy as we self isolate to why Robin Williams was trending on Twitter this past week. Here’s our perspectives.

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Are We Potentially Trading One Pandemic For Another?

By Susan Williams During this pandemic, by all accounts I’m one of the lucky ones. I am healthy, safely isolating with family and we have enough space in our home so we’re not living on top of each other. All my extended family is also safe, I have easy access...

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Eating Healthy And Staying Active During COVID-19

By Susan Williams If you’re anything like me, trying to eat healthy and stay active while isolating at home can be proving to be a difficult task. But as challenging as this may be, these activities can also positively contribute to our overall physical and mental health which we need...

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