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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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, …