Many decisions have been left up to us throughout the Pandemic. Should I mask up with friends? Should I venture to a restaurant? Should I travel? Daniel Zahler, founder of Picasso Health, created a model for weighing the health risks of air travel. Here’s what he found.
A hospitality staffing company shares how they were able to not only pivot their platform with the pandemic, but help stop the spread of the virus and get people back to work.
Sports is back, but since we’re still not allowed in stadiums, here are 10 movies that’ll help you connect with your inner fan.
As millions (that’s right, millions!) tune in to watch cornhole on ESPN (main ESPN, not The Ocho for you Dodgeball fans), the perfect pandemic pastime is finding its reputation as a lazy backyard game fading fast. The man known as the “King of Cornhole” explains how Coronavirus helped land this sport in the big leagues.
Feeling as though you’re in need of a time out? Take a few minutes for yourself and join Kirsty Spraggon, who has garnered the reputation as “the next Oprah,” in a guided meditation to relieve tension and anxiety.
The Future Of Fitness
Series: Family Matters
Next time your child tells you they’re bored, whip out this list of creative projects from Nimbus Haus and let their imaginations run wild!
We’re spending so much time cleaning lately. If the toxic smell of sanitizer and scrubs is getting you down, here are some less harsh options to check out.
Ditch the tin foil and other other expert tips to make this years Labor Day BBQ a healthier one.
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“If you’re asking me when is it going to be generally available to the American public…I think we’re probably looking at third, late second quarter, third quarter 2021.” CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield
Vaccines are making progress, but they may not defeat the virus completely. Luckily, other therapies are on the way, too.
As the U.S. heads toward the winter, the country is going round in circles, making the same conceptual errors that have plagued it since spring.