Are YOU ready to join Britain’s health drive? These successful slimmers are proof you can still shrink your waistline and get fitter this summer!

These BPA-free, food-safe shaker bottles are the perfect accessory for helping you on your weight loss journey, offering a neat way to keep hydrated on the go. They even have a compartment in the bottom to carry your supplements, so you can take your Boombod sachets with you to the gym and beyond!

Chastity Milligan: Schools need to reopen for in-person classes — virtual education a poor substitute

The same can be done now. It is important to teach our children how to approach and overcome obstacles, and how many people working together can achieve a common goal. It is very possible that the coronavirus becomes a part of our lives and something we have to live with until a vaccine and effective […]

5 things to know for August 3: Coronavirus, schools, election 2020, stimulus, TikTok

Former President Ronald Reagan designated the rose as the national flower of the United States in 1986. The iconic White House Rose Garden is home to several political-themed varietals of the flower, including the “White House Rose,” the “JFK Rose”  and the “Peace Rose.”

New, paid internship places high school students in SF Public Defender’s office

As calls to “defund” the police and invest in underserved communities exploded into a national rallying cry, Raju said he was brainstorming with Jeremiah Jeffries of the nonprofit Teachers 4 Social Justice on how to seize on the momentum. A collaboration with the Mayor’s Office, Human Rights Commission and Teachers 4 Social Justice put the […]

Teaching during a pandemic: Drive-bys, 2 a.m. texts and Zoom therapy

Monique: Oh no. I felt for a while like I was burning the candle at both ends, because I had to be up during the day during my contractual school hours, but then my kids were teenagers and a lot of them were working so they weren’t getting off until 10 o’clock, 11 o’clock at […]

How college campuses can reopen safely

Our research suggests that many schools can reopen safely with rapid, less expensive tests administered on a regular basis. Colleges and universities can’t afford to reopen based on random testing or symptom-based monitoring. At the end of the day, given the dangerous risks involved, a school that cannot test all its students regularly or maintain […]

There may never be COVID-19 ‘silver bullet’: WHO

Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Austrian ski regions end season early All ski areas in the Austrian provinces of Salzburg and Tyrol are ending the winter season early. Cable car operation will be discontinued as of Sunday (March 15, 2020). Hotels and accommodations will be closed from Monday. The provincial governments said that this should […]

Coronavirus latest: Europe opens up for tourism

Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Tourism on Greek islands starts again From Monday (May 25), Greece’s islands will be accessible again by plane and ferry for domestic tourists. Taverns, bars and cafes are reopening nationwide. Ferries are to sell only 50% of their tickets, and taverns are only allowed to occupy half of their tables. […]

Coronavirus updates: Germany to scrap EU travel warnings by mid-June

Maas also confirmed there will be no further repatriation initiative this summer, after Germany chartered flights to return thousands of Germans to their home country from around the world during the spring. He said details for travel outside of the EU will depend on EU policies.

2 teen lacrosse players score goal in fight against hunger

The Acalanes High School students teach young lacrosse players the basics of the sport for $25 a lesson while observing Contra Costa County health guidelines. They practice social distancing, limit how many train at a time and wear masks when entering and exiting the field.