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In the past few weeks, we’ve seen a lot of discussion in the media about face coverings. Unfortunately, for some people, the issue of face masks has become political. It shouldn’t be. Wearing a face mask has been shown to reduce the spread of coronavirus. When you wear a mask, you limit your ability to spread the virus. When you wear a mask, you protect your friends, your neighbors, and your community. Reducing the spread of coronavirus should be the goal of every American. We all have a part to play in lessening the impact of this disease that has already claimed the lives of more than 120,000 Americans. One part of that is wearing a mask when in public, especially when indoors where you are unable to practice social distancing.
What People With Bleeding Disorders
Should Know
Join us on Friday, June 26th at 4pm EDT as Christi Humphrey, LCSW of Hemophilia of Georgia and Jhon Velasco, MA of NHF discuss the principles of anger and how it works in/through the body, We will focus on how to effectively use the energy of anger and its side effects. The presentation will conclude with a meditation that focuses on accepting and releasing the energy of anger.
New Insights into Who Gets Sicker from COVID-19
As the coronavirus continues to spread, infectious disease experts have been able to gain more understanding into why some people get sicker or die from COVID-19, while others are asymptomatic or have mild cases. Two experts posit that transmission route – or how you were exposed – may play a role in how sick a person gets.

How to Use an Elevator During a Pandemic
More workers will be returning to offices this week, and for many, that means riding in elevators. Public health experts are encouraging new rules for elevator etiquette than can lessen your ability to spread the virus while in an elevator. (Hint: don’t talk.)

Understanding Cornonavirus Testing
Testing people for the coronavirus is the best way we can understand the spread of the virus. But understanding the data is important too. Here’s an explainer of why the “positivity rate,” rather than the bulk number of positive cases, can provide a more accurate understanding of the spread of COVID-19.

Health & Exercise
How can two balloons keep your kids active? You’d be surprised. This video from Raising Rookies shows an array of games kids can play, alone or together, using nothing more than a couple of balloons and a few other household items.

Mental Health
The upheaval and fear we experience during the COVID-19 can have a lasting impact on our mental health.

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