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DC-Area Group Has Breast Cancer Resources For Latinas – NBC4 Washington

An organization in the DC area dedicated to helping Latinas affected by breast cancer is hosting a number of events for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Nueva Vida will offer cancer testing and information at Westfield Wheaton Mall in Montgomery County, Md., Until 4:30 p.m. Thursday. Events later this month include …

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ShareWell – Your Online Peer Support Home Page Launched Today | New

SAN FRANCISCO, 20 October 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Today a new startup, ShareWell, is setting out to become an online hotbed for peer support to ensure everyone across the world has access to do mental health a priority. ShareWell is rooted in the power of peer support for people …

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If cost is a barrier, there are free and inexpensive alternatives to treatment – Reading Eagle

The therapy is great. It can also be expensive. Affordable care laws included an obligation for insurance companies to cover mental health care as an essential service. However, consumers can find a significant gap between what is technically covered by their plans and what they can afford. If your plan …

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Mental health services on campus, student organizations collaborate to raise awareness about mental health – The Daily Free Press

Isolation, fear and loneliness – from distance learning to the pandemic to post-vaccination return to in-person schedules – mental health issues have been difficult for many students. The Terriers logo thrive together. The collaborative project was created to bring awareness of on-campus mental health resources to Boston University students throughout …

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Lowcountry Residents and Supporters Raise Over $ 213,000 in Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease on Saturday in North Charleston

CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) – Many Lowcountry residents gathered at Riverfront Park on Saturday morning for a walk to end Alzheimer’s disease, raising awareness and raising awareness of over $ 213,000 in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The annual walk returned as an in-person event with an ongoing fundraising …

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Joe Crowley Lobbying Biden’s Tax Hikes on the Rich

Joe Crowley, the former House Democratic Caucus chairman who lost her 2018 primary to progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., is now pushing for one of Wall Street’s most powerful advocacy groups against the hikes of his party’s taxes on multinational corporations. Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, or SIFMA, has …

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What happens 10-13-21 | Mille Lacs Messenger

• Island zoning meeting: 1 Mon., 5 p.m., municipal council room on Isle. • Onamia Planning Commission: 1st Monday, 6 p.m., Onamia Town Hall. • Meeting of the Mille Lacs County Board of Directors: Tuesday 1st and 3rd, 9 a.m., Mille Lacs County Courthouse. • Meeting of the municipal council …

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Oklahoma man continues and teaches others how to deal with Alzheimer’s diagnosis, after the death of his beloved wife

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – “Our relationship kind of started with a humorous first date,” said Herb Magley. And it never stopped. “It kind of evolved in our life that we were trying to laugh a lot and look at the lighter side of life.” Herb and Gail Magley later married …

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The importance of cancer screening in the event of a pandemic

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Experts say many people have postponed or even ignored major cancer screenings due to the pandemic. In some cases, this meant that people were diagnosed with cancer at a later stage than they otherwise would have been. Dianne Barndt is the Executive Director. “We found that …

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Obituary of David Verdery (1943 – 2021) – Cathedral City, California

David Verdery Dec 12 1943 – Sep 15, 2021 David “Dave” Verdery, beloved husband, father, father-in-law, son-in-law, dad, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle and dear friend, passed away of this life on the evening of September 15, 2021. David is born in Waco, Texas. He was the first of three children …

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