When we hear weather described as “treacherous,” images of blizzards or hurricanes usually come to mind. But sunny summertime can also bring hazards. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more people die from extreme heat than from other weather conditions.
I recently attended a memorial service for an older member of my community whom I was fond of but did not know very well. My wife, Melissa, knew him better and has enjoyed a friendship with his wife which has lasted for almost two decades.
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(HealthDay News) -- If you toss and turn every night because the coronavirus epidemic has left you anxious and worried, one sleep expert has some advice.
Financial struggles, loss of control, or worries about loved ones can affect peoples' quality and duration of nightly sleep, said sleep psychologist Emerson Wickwire, an associate professor of psychiatry and medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.