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Frontrunners League Members with Pandemic Solutions

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The following are some of our Frontrunners League members (from our innovator and expert network connected to the Frontrunners Innovate Magazine) who are providing some globally available solutions for situations caused by the pandemic.  If you’d like to reach out to any of these members, we are happy to introduce you.  Please email editor@frontrunnersinnovate.com Shower to Go (Large Body Wipes) …

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COVID -19 vs. Mental Health: Nature and Faith as a Way Through

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By Anthony Acampora Back in the 1960s and 1970s, the word “deinstitutionalization” became a familiar term in America’s psychiatric world as it was the government’s initiative to reduce the nation’s state psychiatric hospital population. The idea was to remove patients from inhumane conditions. What we ended up with, in many respects, was something even worse. Those with severe mental illnesses …

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Editor’s Perspective: Checking in on Planet Earth During the Pandemic

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So many articles I’ve read lately indicate that the planet, itself, is enjoying a respite from the fumes, emissions, smog, and air quality issues that have long plagued our more metropolitan areas.  Perhaps that’s not all.  So, with Earth Day 2020 very much in mind, below I’ll share some excerpts from a few articles I’ve read recently that reveal some …

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Cellphone, COVID-19, and Climate Change in Africa

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By:  Osita Aniemeka, PhD, Ambassador, Telemedicine Today, NIGERIA Before the dawn of COVID-19, the effects of climate change were already being felt by people across Africa. Evidence shows that change in temperature has affected the health, livelihoods, food productivity, water availability, and overall security of the African people. According to the Climate Change Vulnerability Index for 2015, seven of the …

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Climate Change and Contagion

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By David Ramjohn Our Perilous Path to Pandemics and Why Addressing Climate Change Can Prevent and Mitigate Outbreaks We asked one of our favorite scientists and environmental advocates, David Ramjohn, CEO, AlgEternal Technologies  and Head of Sustainability, Kind Earth Tech to share his commentary on the connecting points between pandemics and disasters and planet Earth.  Please read and share his …