September 2020

Try This Nourishing Sequence the Next Time You’re Feeling Bloated

If you’re having digestion issues, give your gut some love. Often referred to as the second brain, your gut is one of the places in your body where you integrate information. This sequence allows you to be present and integrate undigested experiences, emotions, and food. See also How to Remain Steady in Crisis and Conflict […]

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Here’s how you can effectively communicate with an older person living with Alzheimer’s

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | September 30, 2020 9:40:40 pm If a person with Alzheimer’s is facing difficulty in communicating, let them know that it’s okay, and provide gentle encouragement. (Source: Pixabay) Alzheimer’s disease can be a crippling experience for both the afflicted as well as the one who is looking after them.

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Trump, Biden spar over COVID-19 vaccines at debate. Will it help public trust in the process?

With tens of millions of Americans tuned in to Tuesday’s presidential debate, the race for a COVID-19 vaccine took center stage in a big way. President Donald Trump said we’re “weeks away” from a working shot, while Democratic nominee Joe Biden said he doesn’t trust the president on the subject. Trump’s optimistic prediction—and Biden’s rejoinders—come

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Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine shows no benefit in COVID-19 prevention: Study

A malaria drug taken by U.S. President Donald Trump to prevent COVID-19 did not show any benefit versus placebo in reducing coronavirus infection among healthcare workers, according to clinical trial results published on Wednesday. The study largely confirms results from a clinical trial in June that showed hydroxychloroquine was ineffective in preventing infection among people

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Is the massive HHS pandemic ad campaign falling apart? Celeb refusals and HHS staff pushbacks stall effort: report

The massive HHS ad campaign to allay pandemic fears may be unraveling. First, there’s pushback from agency employees who see the $300 million effort as politically motivated. Many celebrities are refusing to participate. Plus, the campaign’s operating on a rushed timeline, Politico reports. More than 30 celebrities on the administration’s wish list—including musicians Billy Joel, Lady Gaga

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Indian vaccine giant pledges 100M more coronavirus shots as part of Gates-funded troika

A pack of drugmakers are angling for COVID-19 vaccine approvals in the coming months, making the global distribution task more important than ever. With licensing deals in place with two frontrunners, a major vaccines player is now upping its commitment to provide inexpensive shots in emerging markets. The Serum Institute of India (SII) pledged to

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UK doing more than most to help poor get Covid vaccine, study finds

The UK is doing more than most countries to support access to Covid vaccines for the poorest populations in the world, but it is not transparent enough about the deals it is doing at home, according to an international aid organisation launching a tracker. The One campaign has given countries and pharmaceutical companies scores for

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