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State launches RI Delivers

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina Raimondo made several announcements Wednesday about the state’s response to COVID-19. • RI Delivers: The state has launched RI Delivers, Rhode Island’s connection to help for those living in quarantine or isolation due to COVID-19. This service will ensure that Rhode Islanders in quarantine will have …

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Period pain: Living with poorly understood endometriosis

Endometriosis occurs when ‘the lining’ of the uterus grows beyond it. Though it affects one in 10 women, the painful condition is little known here, says Helen O’Callaghan Amy Moriarty, in Kilkenny, has had many days when she couldn’t move or stand up, because of severe abdominal pain, which radiated …

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Information and College Updates on COVID-19 · The Wellness Center

Frequently Asked Questions – March 20Moving out of Keene State Residence HallsFacts About COVID-19Frequently Asked Questions for Students, Faculty and StaffPreventionTreatmentTravel Policy Update – Effective ImmediatelyTravel Registration Requirements14-Day Self-Quarantine Practice MonitoringCourse Instruction Will Continue Without In-Person Classes Meeting Until April 6Faculty and Staff Planning for the Semester and FutureImportant Highlights …

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs for Employers | Alston & Bird

For questions about exposure to the coronavirus (COVID-19), we recommend employers obtain guidance from their local public health authority or the CDC about their specific work environment, length/type of exposure to other employees, and the specific individual involved. The following is from published guidance on COVID-19 from the Centers for …

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Should I Visit My Parents? A Doctor Weighs in Amid Coronavirus

In the midst of a global pandemic, it’s totally understandable to want to return to the comforts of home. Many young people—especially those living in crowded urban environments—have considered taking refuge at their parents‘ houses. But 20- and 30-somethings’ parents are likely in their 60s or close to it, putting …

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