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Coronavirus ‘Ask Me Anything’ with Dr. Vinita Dubey (Aug 25) – The Canadian News

We know you have questions about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and we are working to provide you with the answers, directly from the most trusted sources. Toronto Associate Medical Health Officer Dr. Vinita Dubey will answer your questions regarding COVID-19 in a LIVE video interview on Tuesday, August 25 at 12:30 pm on our Facebook page, as well as here on our website. Submit your questions in the chat window below or on Twitter using #COVIDanswers. Note: questions will be moderated before appearing in the chat window below
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Utah outdoor activities to relieve stress and anxiety

As the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic continues, many are feeling its effects as stress and anxiety begins to build. Social distancing, at its core, can cause people to feel isolated and disconnected from family members, coworkers, and friends. While it is necessary to practice safe public health options, doing so may negatively impact our mental health and increase stress and anxiety. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention),  during late June, 40% of U.S. adults reported struggling with mental health or substance use. Now many are turning to the outdoors to try and combat the negative effects of the pandemic. Research has even shown that spending less than an hour outdoors can positively affect your mood and decrease anxiety ...
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Coronavirus ‘Ask Me Anything’ with Dr. Vinita Dubey (August 11) – The Canadian News

We know you have questions about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and we are working to provide you with the answers, directly from the most trusted sources. Toronto Associate Medical Health Officer Dr. Vinita Dubey will answer your questions related to COVID-19 in a LIVE video interview on Tuesday, August 11 at 12:30 pm on our Facebook page, as well as here at our website. Submit your questions in the chat window below or on Twitter using #COVIDanswers. Note: questions will be moderated before appearing in the chat window below
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Seth Rogen calls Christopher Nolan’s pandemic release plans for ‘Tenet’

By Corey Atad. 14 seconds ago Seth Rogen, Christopher Nolan. Photo: CP images Seth Rogen is happy to see that Christopher Nolan is now taking a more cautious approach to the release of his new movie "Tenet". RELATED: Seth Rogen and Jimmy Fallon Take Pictures of Pickle Juice During 'Tonight Show' Challenge In a new interview with Hollywood reporter, the "An American Pickle" actor shot the box office director for originally pressuring "Tenet" to hit theaters in July amid the pandemic. "I'm waiting to see what Chris Nolan does," Rogen joked. “'WWCND' is basically what we are saying at all times. What would Chris Nolan do? For a time, it seemed that the answer was to kill his best admirers. But that's not today's answer, it...
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‘Game of Thrones’ tops the list of the most pirated television shows during the pandemic

By Brent Furdyk. 9 seconds ago HBO With people worldwide quarantined during the COVID-19 pandemic, those with more free time than usual have caught up to catch up on the television they wanted to get close to. Since not everyone has access to streaming services and pay cable channels like HBO, some are turning to piracy to watch. RELATED: Game of Thrones Tops List of 2017's Most Pirated TV Shows According to the data collected by Parrot Analytics, a global content demand analysis company, "Game of Thrones" is the most stolen television series, despite ending its eight-season career more than a year ago. These are the 10 most hacked shows worldwide in the last 60 days:"Game of Thrones" (HBO) "Rick and Morty" (adult swimming...
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Insulting wedding invitation sparks outrage on social media: ‘Please understand…’

A bride- and groom-to-be are under fire on social media after a photo of instructions included in their wedding invitation went viral.A photo of the note, which was shared on Twitter on July 23 by Mary von Aue, reveals the unusual method of RSVPing to the celebration laid out by the couple.According to the letter, guests in group A are asked to RSVP “as soon as possible” through the bride and groom’s wedding website. Invitees in groups B and C are asked to wait for seats to free up on a rolling basis, should any guests in group A decline the invitation.“Please understand that our venue is limited in the number of guests we will be able to accommodate for our wedding day,” the note reads. “As much as we would love to have each and every one of you join us...
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3 Quick Tips to Help Your Digital Security While Your Work From Home

This article about cyber security work from home is sponsored by PC Laptops. Visit PC Laptops today for free virus and malware scan because PC Laptops really loves you.If you’ve started to work from home during the pandemic, you might be more at risk than you think. Most big companies have more protective measures in place than you do at home. So what can you do to protect yourself and your computers at home? Here are three tips to help your work from home security on your computer!Make Sure You Have a Good Anti-Virus Program Photo: Adobe Stock You’ll want to install good antivirus software on the computer you are using to work from home. But before you do, make sure your computer is already clean. That means you need to do a scan on your computer to see if th...
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Jennifer Garner Tears Up Reflecting On Her Kids’ Pandemic Experience In Emotional Video

By Brent Furdyk. 1 hour ago Jennifer Garner is counting her blessings during the COVID-19 pandemic, but worries about the long-term affect the whole thing may have on her children, Violet, 14, Seraphina, 11, and Samuel, 8, whom she shares with ex-husband Ben Affleck. On Tuesday, the “Peppermint” star took to Instagram Live to chat with yoga/meditation instructor Dr. Chelsea Jackson Roberts. “Well, I mean I feel so lucky. I’ve been in the luckiest possible circumstance,” Garner, 48, told Roberts. “I have a roof, I have food, I have health and so does my family. I have no complaints.” RELATED: Jennifer Garner Expresses Her Frustration With Her Parents Going Out And People Everywhere Can Relate Yet she admitted to feeling unease when it comes to her children. “I think right no...
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6 Things That Suck About Doing The Right Thing During A Pandemic (When Everyone Around You Is Doing The Wrong Thing)

1. You get punished anyway. It doesn't matter that you've been stuck in your house since the middle of March. It doesn't matter that you've canceled your plans, canceled your vacation, canceled your parties. Everyone else has been doing whatever the hell they want, and you still have to pay the price. Knowing your luck, you'll be the one who gets sick the second you step out the door while everyone breaking the rules gets away with literal murder. 2. You gradually start to cut more and more people out of your life. Even though the people breaking the rules like to say, “I'm not judging you for staying inside so you shouldn't judge me for going out,” they're the first people to whine and complain when you turn down plans. They are judging. They are...