Keeping your kids well-rested during homeschooling

As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on and shelter-in-place restrictions stay in effect, families are settling into a new routine, one that for most allows for more time to relax and spend time together. But all of this extra time at home can also increases the likelihood that children may develop unhealthy habits like excessive screen…
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Essential self-care during the COVID-19 pandemic

The new norm of social distancing coupled with a possible loss of work and abnormal routines are tremendous pressures, both physically and mentally. Many of us feel pressure to continue to perform at the same level as before, but juggling work full-time remotely (or facing the financial uncertainty of unemployment) while simultaneously caring for family…
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What you need to know about chloroquine

Though stories of death or severe complications from COVID-19 are dominating headlines, untold numbers of Americans experience only mild to moderate symptoms and recuperate at home without medical treatment. And while symptoms may only be mild, they can still be very uncomfortable. This discomfort coupled with fear that the disease may worsen or infect loved…
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Risk of prolonged grieving increases during pandemic

Social distancing, isolation, and self-quarantine aren’t just phrases that have changed our day-to-day life—they have also changed the way we grieve. Even families who haven’t been affected by the illness or loss of a loved one due to COVID-19 may still experience loss, but the ways in which they are able to process those losses…
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