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Month: March 2020

Dealing with Stress and Anxiety

Anxiety can be crippling for many Americans, especially during a crisis. Every headline can add pressure, worry, and uncertainty. And during shelter-in-place orders, there are even fewer ways to deal with those worries. Fortunately, many organizations are working hard to help people alleviate their anxiety and stress. Here are some helpful tips to breathe easy

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Cloudy but 80s still prevail

82 degrees this afternoon despite the grey day experienced across the desert. The 80s aren’t going anywhere this week with weak high pressure in place over Southern California. Clouds will begin to clear through Wednesday. Wind speeds will strengthen tomorrow afternoon and remain breezy through Thursday. Sustained wind is forecast 15-20 MPH with gusts closer

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Autoridades de salud recomiendan el uso permanente de cubre-bocas se acercan criticas semanas.

Los funcionarios de salud del condado de Riverside emitieron nuevas recomendaciones sobre cómo los residentes podrían cubrirse adecuadamente la cara cuando salgan a viajes esenciales a citas médicas, compras de comestibles o visitas a farmacias. Según los funcionarios, los residentes deben asegurarse de cubrirse la nariz y la boca. No tiene que usar cubiertas faciales

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Local health care professionals and over 25 thousand others answer the call for help from Gov. Newsom

Governor Gavin Newsom is calling on all medical professionals, whether they are retired or students in the process of getting their degrees to help the state combat the coronavirus outbreak. News Channel 3’s Caitlin Thropay spoke with some local healthcare professionals who are answering that call for help. “If you’re a nursing school student, a

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