CBC: Why watching alcohol intake is advised, but closing liquor stores would be a problem

CBC News · Posted: Mar 26, 2020 An addictions researcher recommends Canadians keep an eye on their alcohol intake as they hunker down against the COVID-19 outbreak.

Why liquor stores are an essential service amid the coronavirus pandemic

By: RACHAEL D’AMORE GLOBAL NEWS The Ontario government’s inclusion of liquor stores as an essential service permitted to stay open in the time of coronavirus set off a

Alberta Health Services: A new text-based program called #Text4Hope

Dr. Deena Hinshaw Text4Hope sends subscribers text messages of support to ease stress and anxiety. All Albertans have been impacted by COVID-19, and this free

CBC: COVID-19 closures having bigger impact on most vulnerable, says women’s society head

Yellowknife Women’s Society executive director Bree Denning says that it’s important to keep the most vulnerable in mind when issuing guidelines for social isolation, or

World Health Organization: Q&A on COVID-19, pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding

Are pregnant women at higher risk from COVID-19? Research is currently underway to understand the impacts of COVID 19 infection on pregnant women. Data are

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