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World Economic Forum Convenes Global Business for COVID Action Platform

World Economic Forum Convenes Global Business for COVID Action Platform

The World Economic Forum on Wednesday announced the creation of the COVID Action Platform The global platform, the first of its kind, aims to convene the business community for collective action, protect people’s livelihoods and facilitate business continuity, and mobilize support for the COVID-19 response The platform is created with the support of the World […]

Few Homeless Off California’s Streets As Virus Spreads

By Stefanie Dazio and Kathleen Ronayne • Published March 22, 2020 • Updated on March 22, 2020  Homeless people in California congregated in parks, popped into each other’s tents on sidewalks and packed closely together to get food Friday, routine scenes that took on different and dangerous significance as state officials try to contain spread of the coronavirus. California is […]

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The corona virus is a very serious challenge to Ethiopians as it is to millions of Africans

This is essential reading for all. The corona virus is a very serious challenge to Ethiopians as it is to millions of Africans. This piece written by experts,  while frightening,  should make us more determined to fight the pandemics with more resolve and UNITED. The virus does  not belong to any ethnic group or political […]

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Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease 2019 – CDC

Symptoms Watch for symptoms Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases. The following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.* Fever Cough Shortness of breath This is based on what has been seen previously as the incubation period of MERS-CoV viruses. If you develop emergency […]

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COVID-19 update – A newsletter

Parent and Family Coalition members and friends, Are you looking for tips on how to talk about COVID-19 with a loved one?  by  biomedical researcher and educator network While several information memos have come out to help with how we should handle the Corona virus epidemic, no information memos have reached me about how to explain this […]

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Coronavirus School Closings: Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

History teaches us that keeping children at home early in an outbreak can save lives. By Howard Markel Dr. Markel studies the history of pandemics. March 6, 2020,  New York Times My research on the long history of epidemics has taught me that when it comes to outbreaks of contagious respiratory infections, closing schools can help […]

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Corona virus Epidemic and the Snail paced Public Health Preparedness in Ethiopia

Corona virus epidemic has caused huge public concern globe wise. The World Health Organization declared that the problem has reached epidemic level. Economic/Trade, political, social connections among nations and people are affected so much. Number of deaths and infected people is increasing at an alarming rate.  Worse yet, So far, no cure is found for […]

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‘In good and bad times’: Africa’s biggest airline, Ethiopian, sticks by China’s side

An Ethiopian Airlines employee wears a face mask at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport on Jan. 31. (Luke Dray/AFP/Getty Images) ByMax Bearak and  Danielle Paquette  Feb. 9, 2020 at 1:43 a.m. PST ADDIS ABABA, Ethi­o­pia — As dozens of airlines around the world forgo massive profits and suspend flights to China amid fears of spreading the […]

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An American in Wuhan Dies of the Virus

New York Times The death appeared to be the first of a U.S. citizen from the disease and prompted further questions about Beijing’s handling of the outbreak. RIGHT NOW Eighty-six more deaths from the coronavirus were reported in China, pushing the toll past 700. An American in Wuhan has died from the coronavirus. A United […]

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Coronavirus in Africa: Suspected cases in Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Kenya

The coronavirus was first confirmed in China in the city of Wuhan after which other cases were reported in Asian countries and the United States. The first suspected case of coronavirus in Africa was announced in Ivory Coast when a 34-year-old student who returned from Beijing showed flu-like symptoms. The traveller has lived in China […]

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To Fast or Not to Fast Does When You Eat Matter?

What you eat matters. Many studies have shown that the types of food you eat affect your health. But what about the timing? Scientists are just beginning to understand that when you eat may also make a difference. Throughout history, people have experienced periods when food was either scarce or completely lacking, says Dr. Valter […]

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Africa’s looming drugs crisis fuelled by organised crime and poor policy

New research warns that African consumption of illegal drugs is projected to become a public health emergency. 5 September 2019 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Africa faces a substantial increase in illegal drug use, fuelled by organised crime and ineffective policy. In the next 30 years, sub-Saharan Africa will see the world’s biggest surge in illicit drug […]

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The Best (And Worst!) Cocktails to Drink if You Want to Avoid a Hangover

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The Best (And Worst!) Cocktails to Drink if You Want to Avoid a Hangover

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Butternut Squash And Apple Soup

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Butternut Squash And Apple Soup

Butternut Squash Apple Soup is a healthy and easy squash soup recipe. Perfect for freezing and reheating. This is one of my favorite fall soup recipes! When I look back on the month that Ben and I spent in Paris, what fills my heart with the most longing isn’t the array of chocolate shops, the way the […]

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Healthy Foods To Eat Everyday

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Healthy Foods To Eat Everyday

Kelly Bilodeau Executive Editor, Harvard Women’s Health Watch Improving your diet can seem like a lofty goal, one that people often think requires rigid self-discipline and sacrifice. Cupcakes out, pizza out, treats out, sigh. But it doesn’t really have to be that way. Sometimes making better decisions for your body can be about adding — not […]

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Benefits of Hot Stone Massage

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Benefits of Hot Stone Massage

What happens during a hot stone massage? A hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy. It’s used to help you relax and ease tense muscles and damaged soft tissues throughout your body. During a hot stone massage, smooth, flat, heated stones are placed on specific parts of your body. The stones are usually […]

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Tibetan Singing Bowl Massage

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Tibetan Singing Bowl Massage

For thousands of years, singing bowls have been used to induce a deep state of meditation. There use to restore peace to the body has stood the test of time. Tibetan Singing bowls create a wide variety of harmonious and soothing sounds, which when played, restore vibrational frequencies of the body – mind – emotions […]

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A brief note on the use of Mefaqia (plant-based traditional toothbrush sticks) in Ethiopia

by Fekadu Fullas, Ph.D. How did people clean their teeth and maintain oral hygiene before the advent of modern toothbrush, paste and the whole gamut of other techniques? Obviously, in olden times modern techniques were not known. Dentistry as we know today didn’t exist then. Even today, many people in different parts of the world, […]

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