Managing So-Called Reopening AnxietyDr. Moe Gelbart from Torrance Memorial Medical Center discusses anxiety the public might be experiencing with the reopening of Southern California.
Historic SpaceX Launch Scheduled For WednesdayBusiness Insider’s senior space reporter, Dave Mosher, discusses Wednesday's historic SpaceX launch.
LA Mom Opens Up About Lockdown ChallengesAlissa Walker from Curbed LA shares her her experience in quarantine and what it’s like to be a part of the “sandwich generation” - those taking care of kids and parents - the stressors, what she's learned and her advice to others.
Grief Support Helpline Launches TodayDr. Joseph Shega from VITAS discusses the launch of a free helpline and counseling for California residents and frontline healthcare workers.
SoCal Economy Analysis StudyKome Ajise from the Southern California Association of Governments explains economic analysis that predicts the coronavirus will depress SoCal economy through December 2021.
LA Actor Leads Free Virtual WorkoutsAlexander Nevsky from Maximum Impact talks helping people exercise for free hi Skype or Zoom and shares with us a workout you can even do from your chair!
Local Hospital Uses Plasma as COVID-19 TreatmentDr. Wesley Tait Stevens discusses how Loma Linda University Health is using convalescent plasma to treat COVID-19 patients.
Loughlin & Giannulli Plead Guilty in Admissions ScandalFormer LA county prosecutor and current criminal defense attorney, Lisa Houle, discusses Loughlin and Giannulli's plea deal.
Ice Cube Discusses Plans for Big3Ice Cube and Clyde Dexler talk Big3 tryouts and how the coronavirus outbreak has impacted their schedule.
Fun Things to Do This Weekend at HomeMichael Juliano from Timeout LA shares some unique fun ideas while staying safe!
Economist on LA Co. Home PricesSelma Hepp from CoreLogic discusses LA home price index holding strong but luxury homes driving down median price.
Sikh Temple in Pacoima Giving Meals DailyThe Khalsa Care Foundation is making 1,000 meals a day to hand out to people in need.
New Virtual Babysitting Service Launches During Coronavirus PandemicA new startup is offering parents who need a break during the coronavirus quarantine a virtual babysitting service.
Microgyms Pushing To Reopen Sooner As A Safer Alternative To Large Fitness ChainsWith hundreds of members using the same equipment, large fitness chains will have a tougher time reopening amid physical distancing guidelines in a post-coronavirus world. However, smaller “microgyms” are pushing to reopen, arguing that it will be easier for them to keep people safe.
Tech Talk: Facebook Acquires GiphyJessica Naziri from TechSesh discusses Facebook's acquisition of Giphy, Twitter CEO letting employees work from home permanently and TikTok having a new CEO! For more information on any of these topics, make sure to check out
Expert on Dealing With Work Change StressDr. Roseann discusses the toll COVID-19 is taking on the mental health of employees still working from home and those transitioning back to work.
Report: Academy Considers Postponing 2021 OscarsThe Academy is considering postponing the 2021 Oscar ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report Tuesday.
Help for the LGBTQ Community Amid COVID-19Samuel Garrett-Pate discusses Equality California launching COVID-19 online help center and help line for LGBTQ+ community.
SoCal Sewage Study to Track COVID-19Dr. Sunny Jiang discusses UC Irvine studying wastewater as a possible early warning for COVID-19.
"Why We Stay Home" Book for ChildrenDevon Scott from Loma Linda University School of Medicine discusses a children’s book he and another student wrote about coronavirus.
App's New Tool to Monitor Mental HealthDr. Renee Dua from Heal joining us to discuss how an app is helping through telemedicine. Heal recently launched a collaboration between tele-psych and physicians to get a full picture of a persons mental challenges as it relates to their physical health.
Impact on Charities Funding Amid COVID-19Jeri Wilson from Pediatric Research Center Foundation discusses how charities like are coping during this time and working together.
'Do No Harm' Film Highlights Doctors' ChallengesRobyn Symon, an Emmy winning filmmaker, who produced and directed a new feature documentary, "Do No Harm," is exposing an epidemic among physician suicide.
Prof. Discusses Positive Changes Due to PandemicUCI philosophy professor, Aaaron James, discusses why he believes pandemic problems will provide opportunities for positive progress.

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