Some of Us Are Not “So Done With Covid-19” BY KAREN L. RANCOURT, PHD “There aren’t many of us left,” said the masked woman when I, also masked, thanked her
The Stretch It Takes: Competing With Time If there’s one thing that this pandemic has taught me, it’s that time looks and feels different to different people, depending on their
Helping Grandchildren Through The Pandemic BY REBECCA WHEAT As grandparents, we can be wonderful listeners and validate their feelings. What were the challenges this year and what were the highlights?
Are we in the endgame now? According to this article on Vox.com The Covid-19 pandemic in the United States has decelerated from its winter peak. On January 8, the country saw more
The Pandemic Could Be ‘Effectively’ Over by April, According to J.P. Morgan By Nicholas Jasinski The current trajectory of Covid-19 cases and vaccinations implies that the global pandemic could be as
How Do We Celebrate Thanksgiving in a Pandemic? We might not be able to gather for Thanksgiving this year—but that doesn’t mean we can’t make the holiday count. BY JILL SUTTIE
Wikki Stix – Innovation in a Pandemic! Over the years, we have heard about many unusual uses of our product, Wikki Stix, beyond being a creative activity toy and teaching
Grandparenting during the Pandemic BY KEN CANFIELD, PH.D. Many grandparents have reported that the pandemic and social distancing from their grandkids, other family members, and friends, has been very difficult.
By Dr. Indra Cidambi, Founder/Medical Director, Center for Network Therapy According to Dr. Cidambi, a leading addiction medicine expert, the mixing of “Benzos” with opiates will cause a drug pandemic