This “dogtor” may not have a degree in medicine, but he has been helping to treat hardworking healthcare employees with joy and care packages…
Politics & Community
Without interference that is swift, educated, and ethical, our society may not survive — and neither will the world that comes after.
On Corona Virus Project, hospital and direct care centers can post needs they have for supplies, resources and labor that can be done at home.
The efforts range from a Slack chat community connecting people around the world to suggestions about what to do with your stimulus check.
The Ojibwe, one of the largest indigenous groups in North America, with communities from Quebec to Montana, are revitalizing the “berry fast,” a coming-of-age ritual for girls.
The conditions of this virus have communities rehashing togetherness, and relearning what remains when our money-based lifestyles slow down.
There is no getting around the fact that this is an extremely stressful time for all of us. There are concerns for our health, of course. But it’s not just that.
People check into the hospital expecting to get better, but there are risks — and some even wind up getting sicker.
In 2015, I began experiencing the world in a different, less enjoyable way. It started with occasional bouts of nervousness that I didn’t recognize as anxiety — because I’d never experienced clinical anxiety before. In fact, 2015 was preceded by the happiest, most fulfilling decade of my life.