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Hello Ithaca College Community! I am writing today to share some information about workgroups and committees that are working on health and wellness initiatives for the university in the 2022-2023 academic year. I hope that you will consider checking out the goals of the workgroups below – and consider getting involved with one of these …

May 26 (Reuters) – World number three Alexander Zverev said he did not open up about the mental health issues he dealt with this year but that he struggled at times due to the intense scrutiny players come under on a daily basis. The German, who came from two sets down to beat Sebastian Baez …

The City of St. Petersburg Prioritizes Mental Health All Year Long – for St. Pete Residents and City Staff As the topic of mental health continues to be prioritized and discussed nationally – the City of St. Petersburg has created accessible resources and programs for its residents and team members to ensure they feel supported …

The invasion of Ukraine means that fewer Russian tanks and other military hardware will rumble through Moscow’s Red Square on Monday, when the country marks its victory over Nazi Germany in World War II. The patriotic fervor associated with the sacred holiday, however, could be as strong as ever. This year’s Victory Day won’t just …

Rapper YNW Melly, whose real name is Jamell Maurice Demons, has given fans an update on when he could be released from prison. The 22-year-old, who is known for his tracks Murder on My Mind, Mixed Personalities and Suicidal, was arrested and charged with double murder in February 2019. This came after he was accused …

I live on a farm and every year the arrival of lambs in the spring brings me much joy. I can hear the little babies shouting for their milk first thing in the early morning through my window. Their warm and fluffy little bodies are soft to touch and are so cuddly. Although sometimes the …

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The start of spring can, for some, also mean the start of allergy season. Bryce Wylde, the author of several health and wellness books, joined Daybreak on Friday to give a preview of what allergy sufferers can expect. “A lot of experts out there that are about global warming are saying this …

Katheryn Houghton A year after a new Montana law stripped local health boards of their rulemaking authority, confusion and power struggles are creating a patchwork oversight system that may change how public health is administered long after the pandemic is over. The law, which took effect last April amid criticism of mask mandates and other …

April used to be known as Autism Awareness Month. But in 2021, the designation changed to Autism Acceptance Month. It’s a simple – but important – revision. The Autism Society of America announced the suggested shift in terminology last year, urging the media to go along, in order to ignite change in the lives of those …

Russia’s UN Ambassador, Vassily Nebenzia, has said Russia will carry out a ceasefire on Tuesday at 6pm (AEDT — 10am Moscow time) and open humanitarian corridors to evacuate citizens from Kyiv, Chernihiv, Sumy and Mariupol. He took the floor at the end of a UN Security Council meeting on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine to …