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<b>COVID-19:</b> Answers to commonly asked coronavirus questions

COVID-19: Answers to commonly asked coronavirus questions

Many people are unsure of what's safe, what's true, and what isn't
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Social media both a blessing and a curse during coronavirus pandemic

Social media both a blessing and a curse during coronavirus pandemic

Experts say we are facing an 'unprecedented crisis of public understanding'
Coronavirus has ‘unprecedented’ number of Canadians making a will

Coronavirus has ‘unprecedented’ number of Canadians making a will

Number of Canadians making wills has spiked in the last two weeks
Niagaras top doctor on what's next as regional cases close in on 100

Niagaras top doctor on what's next as regional cases close in on 100

21 new cases reported on Thursday - but it's not fully as bad as it seems
Structured family activities, recreation can help ease COVID-19 stress: Brock U

Structured family activities, recreation can help ease COVID-19 stress: Brock U

Associate Professor of Sport Management suggests low-cost, home-based leisure activities such as board games, a game of soccer in the yard or reading together
The struggle to distance social teens during a pandemic

The struggle to distance social teens during a pandemic

Psychologists say helping teens learn a new skill or discover new interests, passions and pursuits could make isolation a little easier
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<b>CANADA:</b> Penitentiaries dangerous for aging and palliative prisoners, study says

CANADA: Penitentiaries dangerous for aging and palliative prisoners, study says

The annual report from Canada’s prison watchdog paints a bleak picture of a prison system where violence between and against prisoners is concerning
Ontario researcher shares experience working to isolate new coronavirus

Ontario researcher shares experience working to isolate new coronavirus

Expert says that the more versions of a virus that can be isolated, the better