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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Winter weather can create challenges for skincare. The frigid temperatures may cause existing conditions to worsen or create new problems for those with sensitive skin. Dr. Mohiba Tareen is a board certified dermatologist and the founder and medical director of Tareen Dermatology in Roseville. She said excessive use of sanitizers and masks …

Technology has been vital during the pandemic to keep us connected either with family or work. More seniors are getting online than ever before, but teaching our aging parents and grandparents how to use things like Zoom and social media can be daunting. Ming Yang is a Senior Learning Expert and Founder of Orchard Info, …

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) reports as of January 24, 2021, there have been 1,837,747 total confirmatory laboratory results received for COVID-19, with 115,307 total cases and 1,895 total deaths. DHHR has confirmed the deaths of a 54-year old male from Berkeley County, a 79-year old female …

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warned consumers to watch for identity theft, particularly with children who received digital devices for the holidays. Many children may have received new electronics as holiday gifts. These gadgets provide broad access to the Internet, which means every smartphone, tablet and gaming device poses an increased …

Where love exists, so does the possibility of heartbreak, and at some point, you may realize you and your partner have no future together. Even when this fact is perfectly clear, ending the relationship can still be pretty tough — especially when you cohabitate. If you’ve come far enough to move in together, you likely …

Back-to-school month in a typical school year can be a stressful time for caregivers. This year, with the addition of a pandemic, various changes to districts’ schedules and a potential work-at-home situation, it may be downright overwhelming. In my experience with educational technology and online learning as an educator and as a director of innovation …

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Technology is helpful but can be a burden when it fails, rendering that laptop or internet connection useless when it does. It is a feeling most students and their parents most likely do not want to experience as the school year goes virtual for the first time. To avoid issues, school …

This school year, your child could be spending hours a day, isolated, looking at a computer screen. A mental health expert says there are ways you can make this experience a little better for them.  “I think it’s difficult for them as far as not being able to socialize with others,” said Shareza Wilkerson, life coach …

By Bruce Dammeier, Pierce County Executive. I was really looking forward to my Tuesday morning.  I have been office-bound by COVID, so the prospect of getting out with our Roads Crew doing chip sealing got me rev’d up! First, I was reminded just how big our county is.  It took me nearly 45 minutes to …

Stan Popovich, Special to The News-Press Published 8:00 a.m. ET Aug. 9, 2020 CLOSE Many people are resolving to focus on mental health in 2019. (Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Do you know a friend or loved one who suffers from fear, anxiety, and depression and do not know what to do? If so, here are six ways …