Category Archives: News

Friday Faves

Hi friends! Happy Friday. I hope you had a wonderful week. It’s the kids’ Rodeo Break (it’s a Tucson thing!) so it’s been so nice having a break from virtual school and dance classes for the crew. It reminds me of the slower days of summer and I’m LOVING it: sleeping in, taking lots of… Read More »

How depression can ruin your life

Author Sony Eguabor Published February 25, 2021 Word count 967 What Is Depression? Depression is a disorder that affects you personally and everything you do daily in life. When it sets in, recovery is not easy. Depression brings you to a low state of mind that takes time before normalcy sets in again. One can… Read More »

What Birth Control method is best for me?

Author Sony Eguabor Published February 7, 2021 Word count 704 Birth control is simply a way of preventing pregnancy. There are many methods used to achieve birth control. It can also be called family planning, fertility control, or contraception. They all mean the same thing. There is no best birth control for anyone. It all… Read More »

COVID-19 and hearing loss: What we know

COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, has now been linked to many long-term complications, including heart damage, lung damage and neurological disorders. One emerging area of research is whether hearing loss and tinnitus (ringing in the ears) can result from coronavirus infection—either as a symptom or as a complication days or weeks later. We do know that many different types… Read More »

California halts shared COVID-19 vaccine codes system after misuse

California is revamping its plan to help essential workers and seniors in underserved communities get coronavirus vaccinations after officials learned that appointment access codes were leaked to people who were not eligible for the shots. The move comes as the state of 40 million people is striving to prioritize vaccinating the most vulnerable, including low-income,… Read More »

In Search of the Shot

Too little covid vaccine and too great a demand: That’s what KHN readers from around the country detail in their often exasperating quest to snag a shot, although they are often clearly eligible under their local guidelines and priority system. Public health officials say the supply is growing and will meet demand in several months,… Read More »