While the global lockdowns for the COVID-19 pandemic have had far-reaching ramifications, not all side effects have been bad.
As people in the U.S. mark six months of coronavirus, the challenges of coping with life during a pandemic continue to evolve. Most recently, reopening of parts of society under unsettled conditions and lingering threat are creating formidable demands on…
Like many industries, the yoga industry is facing some major upheavals due to COVID-19, with studios closing their doors, some of them permanently, and a mass transitioning of classes to online formats.
Home gardening is having a boom year across the U.S. Whether they’re growing their own food in response to pandemic shortages or just looking for a diversion, numerous aspiring gardeners have constructed their first raised beds, and seeds are flying off suppliers’ shelves.
With the advent of an infectious disease outbreak, epidemiologists and public health officials quickly try to forecast deaths and infections using complex computer models.
Involving kids in green living doesn’t need to include hard conversations about human impact on the environment. Simply teach them to love nature.
No one can avoid today’s social media reach. From TV shows to advertisements to the constant stream from our devices, we are going to be prompted to leave a comment, to tweet, to add a hashtag to our posts, and more.
Plans are underway for Stonewalk 2021 which will focus on COVID-19 bereavement. The soon-to-be engraved, one-ton granite pandemics stone will be a universal symbol of condolence and commemoration of victims of this and past pandemics worldwide.
The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action's annual World Breastfeeding Week will take place this August 1 -7.
5 Ways Eating In A Pandemic Is Improving Your Relationship With Food – And Why You Should Stick With Them
It’s 5 p.m. on who can tell which day, and instead of rushing from work to kids’ activities, I’m unpacking a box of produce while my 7-year-old peels carrots beside me.
This week, we're asking you to send an email to the FCC requesting that the agency include at least one member with electromagnetic hypersensitivity on its advisory committee.
UC Berkeley scientists have surveyed more than 2,500 people in the United States and China about their emotional responses to these and thousands of other songs from genres including rock, folk, jazz, classical, marching band, experimental and heavy metal.
As a species, we crave contact with each other — babies give up and die if they are not held — and it takes much training and practice to reach the adeptness of monks or serious meditators who can placate the howling winds of their restless minds.