Everyone should have a well-stocked first-aid kit at home and in their car.
Everyone should have a well-stocked first-aid kit at home and in their car. There are many pre-made kits you can buy at your local store or online, or you can make your own, depending on the potential needs of you and your family. Here are the recommended items you should have in your kit, according to the American Red Cross and the Mayo Clinic.
A Florida class president couldn't discuss being gay in high school graduation speech -- so he talked about his curly hair
The class president at a Florida high school says he wasn't allowed to share his experience as a gay student in his graduation speech or how the state's so-called 'Don't Say Gay' law will affect students like him, so he talked about something else that makes him a little different from his classmates -- his curly hair. Read more >>
How the cold could affect at-home COVID-19 tests as they arrive in metro DetroitThe first free COVID-19 at-home test kits sent by the federal government have now started arriving in mailboxes across metro Detroit.
Ohio Department of Health partnership making more at-home COVID-19 testing kits availableA new partnership with state health officials will bring an additional 175,000 at-home COVID-19 testing kits to undeserved areas, according to Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff.
Maguire, Garfield, and Holland Do Joint ‘Spider-Man’ InterviewAll three Spider-Men sit down to talk ‘No Way Home’ for the first time.
Free at-home rapid COVID test kits available for Illinois residents in these zip codesEligible Illinois residents can sign up for home delivery of five free at home COVID tests through the Access Covid Tests website. Seems wrong to exclude people Can keep mine. Never taken one, never will. Why not 61603
Minnie Mouse to wear her first pantsuit in honor of Women’s History MonthThe pantsuit is a symbol of progress for a new generation as Minnie will wear it in honor of Women’s History Month in March.
Chill out. Your COVID test from the federal government won’t be ruined if it’s left outside in frozen weather, FDA saysFree COVID test kits from the federal government are starting to be delivered. Cause they aren't accurate in the first place
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