OMAHA – If someone is traveling overseas, some places do not accept the card. Instead, these places only accept the vaccination record that a healthcare provider can issue.Read More
OMAHA – Some people step outside and within minutes they are sneezing and dealing with a congested nose. Some could also have watery, swollen eyes and watery throat that itches.
For millions of people, it’s seasonal allergy time; it is estimated that 40% of the worldâ€™s population has some kind of allergiesRead More
OMAHA – On August 11, at the age of 55, Leon lost the battle against COVID-19 in a hospital in Alabama. Sabino Garcia Lopez is one of Leonâ€™s two younger brothers. He lives in Omaha and had been receiving phone calls to update him on his brotherâ€™s health. On the morning of August 11, Sabino received the call that doctors tried to revive his brother, but it was not enough.Read More
OMAHA – Depression rates are escalating among kids as young as 12 and young adults up to 25. Someone in Omaha battled clinical depression for over two decades, now her friend is heavily dedicated to the “out of the darkness walk.â€Read More
‘Joann Thurlow’ The ‘Loss and Healing’ Journey Has Ups And Downs, But It’s Easier When Someone is There For You
OMAHA – Joann Thurlow and her husband would have celebrated 17 years of marriage this year. Steven or Steve as she always called him was a veteran. Steve took his own life in 2003.Read More
OMAHA – September is the month dedicated to raise awareness about this social problem. With the pandemic, Aileen Brady with the AFSP, and like almost everyone, it is adapting to continue with online support meetings.Read More