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(NAPSI—According to a recent EdChoice and Morning Consult poll, half of parents of school-aged children said they were very or somewhat comfortable with their children returning to school “right … more
(NAPSI)—There is good news for many individuals who care for a loved one living with an injury or illness connected to military service. They’re now eligible for free professional … more
(NAPSI)—The classic American road trip is getting a makeover.  To meet the growing need for deeper, meaningful experiences that promote wellbeing, the automaker Lexus is putting travelers … more
To the Editor: COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting the LGBTQ+ community. LGBTQ+ Americans report higher rates of underlying conditions than heterosexual people, according to a new CDC report. This makes us more vulnerable to severe illness from more
Last week was a hectic week for me. When a slight stomachache plagued me in the middle of the night, I assumed it was just from the strange concoction of dip Hubby had whipped up in the kitchen for our nightly chip and dip television viewing marathon. more
By DON FOWLER It has been a long year since we bunkered down due to COVID-19. The last few weeks have been the most frustrating as we 80-somethings tried to get on the vaccination list. I have spent hours upon hours every day this month trying to sign up more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE State officials on Feb. 4 announced the easing of a handful of pandemic-related business restrictions - although they cautioned that as new, more transmissible variants of the coronavirus loom, the moves may prove temporary. more
By JACOB MARROCCO Seemingly nothing can stop Thomas Pagliarini, a 92-year-old Johnston fixture who ran Central Nurseries for more than six decades after returning from the Korean War. Pagliarini enlisted just a couple months after the conflict began, more
By HERALD STAFF Allan Fung, who was due to swear in Ken Hopkins as his successor in the mayor's office during Monday night's largely virtual inaugural activities, tested positive for COVID-19 shortly before the ceremony. "e;2021 is no less full of more
This has been an exciting week as the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were distributed in Rhode Island. We have had a lot of people reach out to us with questions about the vaccine. Today, Dr. … more
By JOHN HOWELL Doctors have new medications to help those with COVID-19 from developing a life threatening case of the disease although neither is its application a simple procedure nor is there, at this time, sufficient quantities of the drugs for its more
By YVONNE WOLNY Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a tremendous focus on following guidelines to safeguard your health while also recognizing the importance of not putting off routine care in order to maintain good health. Total health is more
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