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How to care for seasonal affective disorder during a pandemic

Whether relying on favorite podcasts, journaling or making playlists, the scrappy members of Gen Z  are relying on media and technology to survive winter...

INTERVIEW: A doctor answers your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine

“This is a scientific triumph.” That’s what Patricia A. Stinchfield, a nurse practitioner and president-elect for the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, said in a...

ICYMI: Updates on the Moderna vaccine, new stimulus bill, more

Over the weekend, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized emergency use of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.  Approval followed the FDA's endorsement. As of December 18,...

California ICU capacities dwindle same day Moderna vaccine endorsed by FDA

As hospitals across California approach their limit, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration endorsed emergency use authorization of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine. Widening vaccine availability “We...

As U.S. hits grim milestone, distribution of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine begins

Administration of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine began yesterday as the United States approached 300,000 deaths.  Sandra Lindsay, an intensive care unit nurse at Long Island...

Why you should still care about COVID-19

Watching others lack empathy and understanding can feel like a knife to the heart. Maskless folks inspire feelings of dread and anger. America’s challenge...

News of the Day: COVID-19 deaths reach 1 million

As September comes to a close, COVID-19 deaths surpass 1 million worldwide.  The United States has the highest number of cases and deaths, with now...

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month underscores need for research funding

In 2015, 8-year-old Ty Murray’s hips were uneven. It hurt for him to walk and his left leg was slow growing. Ty was not...

Take a note from Alopecia Awareness Month and celebrate your uniqueness

Kaili Fendrick started her year by doing motivational speaking. Even at just 12 years old, she has the intention to make an impact on...

A friend’s remembrance on World Suicide Prevention Day

Suicide Prevention Week runs September 6 to September 12, with September 10 marking World Suicide Prevention Day. Today, guest writer Megan Concepcion opens up...

A doctor offers family guidance for a Covid-19 world

Across the country, whether class is in-person or online, going back to school has been a whirlwind. Like much of the Covid-19 pandemic, there...

INTERVIEW: One mom’s experience with COVID-19

As a mom of 4, I find myself obsessed with all things related to COVID-19. For months now, I have been panic watching the...
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