India opens first plasma bank for COVID-19 treatment

India’s first plasma bank has opened in the national capital, New Delhi. Meanwhile, the country’s worst-affected state Maharashtra has started what it calls the world’s largest plasma therapy trial. Doctors say treating infected patients with plasma from recovered people could reduce the number of coronavirus deaths. Nearly 18,000 Indians have died and more than 600,000 … Read more India opens first plasma bank for COVID-19 treatment

Danielle Lloyd Explains Why She Sent Her Son To Therapy | Loose Women

Danielle Lloyd reveals her nine-year-old son Archie has therapy to help with his anxiety, and today Danielle will be explaining why she encouraged Archie to speak to someone. She joined us to support our Lighten The Load Kids campaign. From series 24, broadcast on 29/06/20 Like, follow and subscribe to Loose Women! Watch Loose Women … Read more Danielle Lloyd Explains Why She Sent Her Son To Therapy | Loose Women

Why Seeking Therapy Is Seen as “A Sign of Weakness” in the Black Community | Dark Girls | OWN

Dr. Malena Banks, a psychiatrist, explains that there’s a stigma associated with seeking therapy for mental health issues in the black community. However, one woman says this is unfortunate given that “we’re the people that need it the most.” For more on #DarkGirls, visit https://bit.ly/30RTcLP Find OWN on TV at http://www.oprah.com/FindOWN #OWNTV #DarkGirls #DChannsinBerry SUBSCRIBE: … Read more Why Seeking Therapy Is Seen as “A Sign of Weakness” in the Black Community | Dark Girls | OWN

Sugababes’ Keisha Says Racism Was ‘100 Percent’ to Blame For Being Labelled a Bully | This Morning

Keisha Buchanan of the Sugababes explained on ITV’s This Morning how racism was “100% to blame” for being labelled a bully, a portrayal she described as unfair, speaking to Holly Willoughby. She achieved chart-topping success as one of the original members of the Sugababes but ten years since parting ways with the girl group Keisha … Read more Sugababes’ Keisha Says Racism Was ‘100 Percent’ to Blame For Being Labelled a Bully | This Morning

Queues and distancing as shoppers return to England’s high streets – BBC News

There was the unfamiliar sight of shoppers on the high street today in England as clothes shops and department stores opened their doors for the first time since lockdown. At one store in central London scuffles broke out as customers tried to cram in. But despite long, socially distant queues outside some retailers, the number … Read more Queues and distancing as shoppers return to England’s high streets – BBC News

Shops Have Reopened, But How Can You Stay Safe? | This Morning

Non-essential shops will begin reopening across England today but if you’re hoping for a bit of retail therapy, your experience on the shop floor is about to feel very different. Alice Beer is at John Lewis in Kingston to find out about the safety measures in place to protect customers. Broadcast on 15/06/20 Subscribe now … Read more Shops Have Reopened, But How Can You Stay Safe? | This Morning

Researchers Retract Study Linking Hydroxychloroquine to Heart Risk

A study that said a malaria drug backed by President Donald Trump to treat and prevent coronavirus raised the risk of heart side effects and death has been retracted by the authors. The study was published on May 22 in the Lancet, a prestigious U.K. medical journal. Questions soon arose about the accuracy of the … Read more Researchers Retract Study Linking Hydroxychloroquine to Heart Risk

The Global Guardians: Chilean doctors use plasma to treat COVID-19 patients

Raimundo Gacitua and Carolina Selman Bravo are doctors for the Arturo Lopez Perez Foundation in Santiago, Chile. At the end of March, they were inspired by the research made by Chinese doctors who used convalescent plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients to treat those still infected. Without vaccines and artificial antibodies, they hope to use this … Read more The Global Guardians: Chilean doctors use plasma to treat COVID-19 patients

Zimbabwe lockdown: Grandmothers offer free therapy

Health experts say globally there has been an increase in anxiety and depression as people struggle to cope with COVID -19 and job losses. Some grandmothers in Zimbabwe are offering free therapy sessions to tackle these mental health difficulties during the coronavirus lockdown. This is part of an initiative called the Friendship Bench. Al Jazeera’s … Read more Zimbabwe lockdown: Grandmothers offer free therapy

The journey of recovery for one COVID-19 survivor

This is Ryan Harvey; a COVID-19 survivor who has endured a four week coma, kidney failure and blot clots in his lungs. But his journey isn’t over; he now needs intense therapy to re-learn how walk and eat – acts that many take for granted. Now, the first rehabilitation centre for COVID-19 survivors has opened … Read more The journey of recovery for one COVID-19 survivor

Pets provide solace for many in coronavirus isolation rather than Netflix or zoom chats | ABC News

Pets are a vital part of the family for many and restrictions during COVID-19 have given a new appreciation for our furry friends. The Ipswich Hospital Foundation (IHF) has launched a virtual pet parade, all in celebration of the mental and emotional benefits that pets have given us in these challenging times. An online form … Read more Pets provide solace for many in coronavirus isolation rather than Netflix or zoom chats | ABC News

COVID-19 Frontline Ep. 55: Recovery therapy for COVID-19 patients

As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc around the globe, Brazil is seeing an overwhelming spike as the country reported over 250,000 confirmed cases as of Tuesday, overtaking the UK to record the third-highest global infection level, according to the Johns Hopkins University data dashboard. CGTN invites three veteran experts from Peking University People’s Hospital, specialists … Read more COVID-19 Frontline Ep. 55: Recovery therapy for COVID-19 patients

Recreating famous movies scenes with lego helped this man control long term pain issues | ABC News

The resurgence of lego might be creating hours of fun during this time of isolation but for one Albury man, it’s been even more important. Geoff Reid turned to lego as a form of therapy, after an accident 25-years ago confined him to a wheelchair and now his recreations of famous movie scenes have caught … Read more Recreating famous movies scenes with lego helped this man control long term pain issues | ABC News