State Urgently Lacks Psychiatric Nurses

May 1, 2020 Kaiser Health News – Jane Gunter, a nurse practitioner in Tuolumne County, California, has long wanted to specialize in mental health so she can treat patients who have anxiety, depression and more complicated mental illnesses. Her county, a rural outpost in the Sierra Nevada foothills with a population of about 54,000, has only five psychiatrists — “a huge shortage,” she said. But Gunter, 56, wasn’t about to quit her job at the Me-Wuk Indian...

How To Reopen A City After Coronavirus

"I'm so excited, I want to cry." City at center of China's virus outbreak gradually revives | By Ng Han Guan and Joe McDonald | WUHAN, China (AP) — Shopkeepers in the city at the center of China's virus outbreak were reopening Monday but customers were scarce after authorities lifted more of the anti-virus controls that kept tens of millions of people at home for two months. "I'm so excited, I want to cry," said a woman...

Undertakers: It’s Not A Good Time To Die

The most important thing to know in life is where you're going to die. Then just make sure you never go there. – Headline Health Funeral planning during COVID-19 crisis Statement from the Luzerne County (PA) Funeral Directors Association During these difficult and confusing times, to many people the loss of a loved one can feel more overwhelming than normal. We, the members of the Luzerne County Funeral Directors Association, have dedicated our lives to giving guidance and...

Thirsty Woman Coughs On $35K Worth Of Food in COVID-19 ‘Prank’

“I have the virus. Now everyone is going to get sick.”  – attributed to Margaret Cirko, 35, accused of coughing on groceries, stealing beer  | Mar 27, 2020 CNN – A woman purposely coughed on $35,000 worth of food at a Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania area grocery store, police said. She likely faces criminal charges for coughing, one of the primary ways the novel coronavirus spreads. The woman entered small grocery chain Gerrity's Supermarket in Hanover Township and started coughing...

Foods That Cause Mental Disorders

Jan 24, 2020 Psychology Today – If there’s one concept health researchers have come to agree on it’s this: What you eat matters. Although they don’t always agree on what constitutes a healthy diet, medical experts have long understood that while certain foods can help to improve your physical well-being, others have the opposite effect. Now, a new collection of evidence clearly demonstrates that what you eat also affects your mental health. A review article published last month...
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