• A Few More Recommended Article Reads…

    “Months of data have helped scientists home in on the general portrait of a symptomatic coronavirus case.” Charting a Corona Virus Infection  – New York Times    “Being open to small wonders while on a stroll could help improve mental health.” An ‘Awe’ Walk Might Do Wonders For Your Well-Being – New York Times   “A film looks at an orchestra…

  • NYTimes Article: “The White House Testing Regime Couldn’t Stop Coronavirus”

    Testing Was Not Enough to Protect the White House The key to slowing down the spread of coronavirus infections is to have few, if any, close contacts. There’s just no getting around it. By Aaron E. Carroll The president has been infected with coronavirus. Schadenfreude is inappropriate. This is, however, a good opportunity for leaders to rethink their current policies…

  • “Most of Us Have Covid Risk Exactly Backward”

    Very interesting – and important – Covid related article written by Aaron E. Carroll, a professor of pediatrics at the IU School of Medicine. It was published here in the New York Time’s Op-Ed. For your convenience, I’ve inserted it below. When It Comes to Covid-19, Most of Us Have Risk Exactly Backward Written by: Aaron E. Carroll “We aren’t very…

  • A Few Quick Reads

    Hello! Below are recent New York Times articles I recommend to check out. Click on the links below to learn more about caring for your child’s mental health and other related subjects among this pandemic: What Back to School Might Look Like in the Age of Covid-19 When Things Aren’t OK with a Child’s Mental Health Young Adults Report Rising…