Saturday, March 28, 2020

Why making hand sanitizer from booze isn’t the best idea

BY LUCAS KWAN PETERSON LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS Hand sanitizer is currently difficult to find on drugstore shelves due to fears surrounding the coronavirus and COVID-19. The dearth...

98.6 isn’t the normal body temperature anymore

BY KATE THAYER CHICAGO TRIBUNE/TNS For centuries, 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit was said to be the average, normal body temperature. It’s not. More recently, researchers have known normal...

Singulair gets FDA’s strongest warning over depression, suicide risk

BY OMAR ABDEL-BAQUI DETROIT FREE PRESS/TNS The Food and Drug Administration is issuing a boxed warning — its strongest warning — for a widely prescribed asthma...

KICKING THEIR SNEAKERS FOR CASH

A no-savings generation is selling their collections of pricey shoes. BY RONALD D. WHITE LOS ANGELES TIMES A wedding. Transmission repair. Bail money. Those are some of the...

How to talk to children about coronavirus

BY CARLI TEPROFF MIAMI HERALD/TNS MIAMI – Was your child looking forward to a sports tournament only for it to be canceled by concern over the...

SICK LEAVE AND FREE TESTING

Senate passes bill as Americans deal with infection concerns and daily life interruptions caused by the coronavirus. COMPILED FROM WIRE REPORTS Here’s an update of the...

Coronavirus forces churches to live-stream services

WORSHIPPING AT A DISTANCE The music ministry sings to a nearly empty sanctuary at Epic Church International, a megachurch in New Jersey during the March...

‘No cash shortage’

Experts say there’s no reason to pull money out of banks BY AUSTIN WEINSTEIN CHARLOTTE OBSERVER/TNS There is no reason to stock up on cash, experts say,...

Surgeon General appeals for trust during NAACP conference call

BY HAZEL TRICE EDNEY TRICE EDNEY NEWSWIRE American life as usual has drastically come to a halt around the nation and world due to the coronavirus...

High-profile issues that died this legislative session

TALLAHASSEE – As they finished most of their work the night of March 13, lawmakers could celebrate bills they had passed during the 2020...