Although we don’t grow up to live with our parents forever, sometimes it can end up just that way, with multiple generations in the household. One in five Americans currently lives in a multigenerational household.
If you want to do something good in the world, one of the best ways you can give back right now is to support healthcare workers. Fighting COVID in our hospitals has turned into a mentally and physically exhausting marathon for the healthcare workers who are committed to saving as many lives as possible. Here’s how you can help.
“In 49 BC Julius Caesar led the 13th Legion across a small river in northern Italy. This seemingly insignificant event heralded the end of a several hundred year old democracy…”
As England’s longest ruling monarch, Elizabeth II has not seen the decline of the British Empire, but rather the fruition of a somewhat turbulent but ultimately well meaning nation’s efforts over more than a millennium.
Providers and patients should come together to communicate health-supportive strategies. These include COVID safety and hygiene practices, beneficial exercise, and accessibility accommodations. Even the color scheme of a care facility can play a part in assuaging the fear and anxiety of the modern era.
…social psychologist Jonathan Haidt. He suggests that it’s not only possible to get along with people of diametrically opposing views, but both win by doing so.
Pondering the message of the two oeuvres, the themes still resonate in the current Philippine society even the artworks were created 136 years ago.
Sex trafficking is a chronic issue worldwide. But it’s alarming that we’re seeing an increase in the exploitation of human trafficking victims as the pandemic rages on. Here’s how you can help advocate for victims who are even more vulnerable during the pandemic.
Whether it be a social worker or someone working in physical health, we have to remember that these people are experiencing all of the same changes that we are due to COVID, and then they have to go help other people deal with their own issues every single day.
What many people don’t realize, however, is that some nurses are helping multiple communities in need during this time. Travel nurses are doing incredibly important work for patients all over the country. But what is it like being a travel nurse during COVID-19?