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In times of great stress, we are especially vulnerable; the social distancing we are all practicing to stay safe is taking its toll and we are challenged trying to keep our children mentally and physically active. more
There is an ongoing conversation about the worldwide spread of the COVID-19 virus and how to be prepared; according to the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, anyone can get infected by this virus, but older adults — ages 60 and up — are at higher risk for serious illness from it. more
With all the discussion and encouragement around “social distancing” for our physical health, it brings up a whole new array of potential mental health problems, especially for older adults. more
Bank of America has announced additional support for its 66 million consumer and small business clients in response to the unprecedented challenges of the coronavirus. more
Despite the scripture in Hebrews to “not forsake the gathering of ourselves together,” religious organizations near and far are following mandates to avoid gathering to decrease spreading the novel coronavirus. more
The Census count had kicked into gear a couple weeks ago  — citizens began receiving invitation letters in the mail that included instructions on how to respond to the census. Local … more
Since older Americans are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19), I wanted to let you know the steps we’re taking to help our Medicare beneficiaries cope with the pandemic. more
Here’s the irony of this COVID-19 pandemic: we may be scrambling to isolate, but we need each other. In times of stress, human beings do better when we’re connected. more
While the passage of the bipartisan Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act were critical first steps, more work remains to protect the health and financial well-being of Arizona families and the small businesses who are the backbone of Arizona’s economy. more
Written in stone across the front of the Maricopa County Superior Courthouse is the statement, “The first duty of society is justice.” And while thousands of people pass under these words every day, few stop to think about how important these words are to our democracy. more
Peoria officials recently learned that a city employee has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. more
It’s a tricky time right now, as we all try to navigate coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Events are being cancelled, schools are closing, and we are hearing requests for social distancing. You may have asked yourself, “What is social distancing, and how do I comply?” more
A day after Arizona officials announced the first death in the state due to the coronavirus, the state surpassed 100 cases of the disease. As of the morning of Saturday, March 21, there are 104 … more
Uncertainty often sparks unsettling feelings. The world health pandemic has caused a magnitude of economic ripple effects that many of us didn’t fathom in our lifetime. It’s a no-win … more
The world’s top medical researchers are working on a vaccine for the coronavirus, or COVID-19. That vaccine is poised to be the product of animal research. It’s a case study in how crucial animal research is to improving public health. more
While the media can’t stop reporting on the coronavirus it has been underreporting the devastating impact just starting to be fully realized on tourism communities. more
Cox Communications officials report they are doing what they can for Valley residents to stay connected as schools and restaurants begin shutting down. Specifically, Cox is stepping up and taking the … more
While the world is focused on a cure for coronavirus, not enough of the conversation is focused on the things people can do to avoid contracting the disease. more
The World Health Organization has officially declared the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak a “public health emergency of international concern.” more
By now, many people are aware that a Maricopa County resident has been diagnosed with the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. more
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