As you may have heard, the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine in America has been slow. But if you are one of the fortunate ones to have gotten vaccinated or plan to get vaccinated soon, then you might want to read the results from a new study out of Ohio State University. In … [Read more...] about Study suggests eating healthy makes vaccines more effective
As coronavirus pandemic trudges onward to a backdrop of political antics, you may be finding yourself looking at the post-pandemic future as a time where happiness can be experienced again. But there’s a problem with deferring happiness to the future—after all, all we got is … [Read more...] about 5 Evidence-backed ways to feel happier in hard times
One of the most unfortunate side-effects of the coronavirus pandemic is the massive amount of waste coming from disposable face masks. According to one estimate, the world goes through 129 billion single-use face masks each month during the pandemic. In an attempt to turn this … [Read more...] about Korean student creates colorful stools out of used face masks
During the pandemic, we have seen a resurgence of animal populations and cleaner air and water, but we have also witnessed a fundamental shift in many people’s personal relationship with nature. When the great outdoors is one of the few places you can safely have recreation, we … [Read more...] about Study: How has the pandemic changed our relationship with nature?
Among its many impacts on mental health, the pandemic is driving an increase in social anxiety. Cognitive behavior therapist Jennifer Guttman, PsyD, writes for mindbodygreen that she is seeing a noticeable increase in social anxiety among her patients. Social anxiety is defined … [Read more...] about How to manage social anxiety in a pandemic