It’s 3 a.m. You’re tossing and turning. You can’t fall asleep — it can be so frustrating. Everybody has an occasional poor night’s sleep. And millions of people have chronic sleep issues that can take a toll on their lives. CLICK HERE to read the entire NPR article.
When my daughter was young, it took a lot of mental energy — creativity and time — to come up with new ways to get our energy out inside, especially during bad weather days, extended weekends or even as part of our every day routine. Physical activity is important for children and adults alike. Getting … Continue reading 8 Indoor Activities to Release Kids’ Energy
This is part of a series looking at pressing coronavirus questions of the week. We’d like to hear what you’re curious about. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: “Weekly Coronavirus Questions.” CLICK HERE to read the entire NPR article.
The fact that the novel coronavirus appeared in the middle of flu season has prompted inevitable comparisons. Is COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, pretty much similar to the flu or does it pose a far greater threat? CLICK HERE to read the entire NPR article.
By now, you’ve heard the advice that to slow the spread of the coronavirus in the U.S., we need to practice social distancing. But if you’re confused as to what that looks like in practice, we’ve got some answers. CLICK HERE to access the NPR article.
There are a lot of new television shows coming at you right now, thanks in part to the flood of new TV streaming services. The choices are exciting, and with the extra TV time social distancing is giving us, we might actually have time to catch up on some of the many offerings. CLICK HERE … Continue reading Stuck Inside? Here’s Your TV Streaming Strategy