Tips to help you keep calm and continue your daily life


Feeling a little down and helpless? We understand your frustration and have gathered a couple of articles that can help ease your tension and provide you with useful tools to regain some sense of normalcy. All of the articles are below: http://theconversation.com/coronavirus-self-isolation-a-psychologist-explains-how-to-avoid-cabin-fever-133317 https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2020/mar/17/self-isolation-survival-guide-relationships-coronavirus https://www.today.com/health/coronavirus-outbreak-how-avoid-going-stir-crazy-during-self-isolation-t176155 https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2020/mar/18/dealing-with-cabin-fever-during-coronavirus-isolation-video

No-Touch Greetings Take Off: People Are Getting Creative About Saying ‘Hi’


The way the world says hello is changing. Quickly. In lieu of the germ-rich exchange of the handshake, alternative salutations are taking hold. In Tanzania, President John Magufuli introduced a low-touch greeting when he met with the opposition leader from Zanzibar Seif Sharif Hamad, reports Eyder Peralta, NPR’s correspondent in east Africa. It takes the … Continue reading No-Touch Greetings Take Off: People Are Getting Creative About Saying ‘Hi’

You Have A Fever And A Dry Cough. Now What?


If you or someone in your household is┬ásick with a fever and cough, you may be dealing with another symptom: the fear that you have coronavirus. What are you supposed to do? First of all, don’t panic. Remember that it’s still flu and cold season in the U.S., and seasonal allergies are starting up, too. … Continue reading You Have A Fever And A Dry Cough. Now What?

Too Busy? Make Time To ‘Do Nothing’


When you collapse on the couch after a long workday and start scrolling through social media, you’re not doing your tired brain any favors, says author Celeste Headlee. “Your brain sees your phone as work,” she explains. “To your brain, any time that phone is visible, part of your brain is expending part of its … Continue reading Too Busy? Make Time To ‘Do Nothing’