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Tips on Coping with Stress and Anxiety During the Pandemic – 7 Ways to Keep Your Emotional Health in Check As we continue to hear unpleasant news about the novel coronavirus pandemic, it’s completely understandable for us to experience spikes in stress and anxiety. Like others, you may become more fearful as you fill your […]

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Recognize Nurses as Heroes on May 12th — International Nurses Day! A nurse plays a crucial role in the healthcare system. This is the reason why nurses all over the world have a special day reserved for them — the International Nurses Day on May 12th. Each year, people worldwide celebrate and recognize these heroes […]

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Woman Enjoying Food on the Table | Breast Cancer Car Donations

3 Delicious But Easy Rice Recipes to Make While Stuck at Home to Ward Off Coronavirus People have lately been filling their social media pages with numerous posts and pictures about various kinds of food — from chocolate cakes, brownies, and cookies to homemade lasagna, steaks, and a whole lot more! A lot of them […]

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Mother and Daughter Portrait | Breast Cancer Car Donations

It’s Mother’s Day on May 10th! Perhaps you’ve always tried to cultivate a solid and healthy relationship with your mother. However, almost every time you make an effort to do so, the results are often far from what you’ve been hoping for. Instead of feeling warm and fuzzy all over, you feel angry and disappointed. […]

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5 Reasons Why You Should Support Fair Trade: It’s World Fair Trade Day on May 9th! Did you know that you can help make the world a better place by participating in World Fair Trade Day on May 9th? In case you haven’t heard, World Fair Trade Day is a global movement that encourages everyone […]

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Social Distancing in Public | Breast Cancer Car Donations

How to Cope with Social Distancing and Isolation during the Pandemic – 5 Ways to Fight Loneliness as You Isolate Yourself The novel coronavirus can be transmitted through physical contact when an infected person contaminates another person with the droplets they spray when they cough, sneeze, talk, or breathe. As such, Americans have been urged […]

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Tax Season | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Tax Season 2020: Extensions and Dates to Remember – Support the Government in a Time of Crisis with Prompt Tax Payment In an unprecedented move since Tax Day was set for April 15 in 1955, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced on March 21 an extension on the deadline for the filing of federal income […]

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Doctor Carrying Face Mask | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Coronavirus and Breast Cancer: How Pandemic Affects Patients With the coronavirus pandemic affecting the entire world, nations have been taking extreme measures to ensure that the virus does not spread further and infect more people. In the U.S., the pandemic has affected millions, afflicted hundreds of thousands, and caused the deaths of thousands of people. […]

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6 Best Meditation Apps to Help You Stay Calm The coronavirus pandemic has the whole world feeling all sorts of negativity. People are panic-stricken, scared, and feeling hopeless and anxious. While it’s completely normal to experience fears and anxieties, dwelling too much on them and preoccupying yourself with toxic thoughts will only make things worse […]

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Woman Wearing Surgical Mask | Breast Cancer Car Donations

4 Major Challenges Coronavirus Presents to Charities – Economic Slowdown Adversely Affects Charitable Organizations With the novel coronavirus pandemic affecting millions of people around the globe, many countries have imposed lockdowns, quarantines, and other measures to “flatten the curve” and arrest the growing numbers of infected and deceased. The United States is one of the […]

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