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When Can I Get My Covid-19 Vaccine? See A State-By-State Guide

Some states allow residents to preregister for the COVID-19 vaccine; others are taking appointments from select populations. See what your state is doing.

Who Nurses The Nurse?

The contributions of a nurse in today’s crisis – stricken society are countless, especially in the midst of this pandemic. For that reason, thorough explanation of the nurses’ role is imperative for greater appreciation.

Covid Doesn’t Matter To Them. Until It Matters.

As I take the pups on their daily walk around the neighborhood. I come upon eight adults outside their houses, near the street, laughing and coughing and sneezing and smoking their cigarettes and huddled up close together.

Which Country Has Vaccinated The Most People Against COVID-19?

The race to vaccinate the world against the coronavirus has begun with more than 40 countries administering a jab. The vaccination data illustrates that rich and middle-income countries have secured almost all the available vaccine supply to date.

Where Year Two Of The Pandemic Will Take Us

As vaccines roll out, the U.S. will face a choice about what to learn and what to forget. The influenza pandemic that began in 1918 killed as many as 100 million people over two years. It was one of the deadliest disasters in history, and the one all subsequent pandemics are now compared with.

Stressed? Try Screaming. Yes, Really.

A primal scream won’t solve all your problems, but it’s a good first step. This past year has given us a lot to be angry and frustrated about. Couldn’t you just scream? But really: Shouting from the rooftops (or into your pillow) can feel like a huge relief—especially when the issues we face seem so large that we don’t know how to begin to fix them.

Coronavirus Shutdowns Have Quashed Nearly All Other Common Viruses. But Scientists Say A Rebound Is Coming.

‘I never would have expected to see flu activity this low,' says CDC official. Veteran virus trackers say they are chronicling something never before seen — the suppression of virtually every common respiratory and gastrointestinal virus besides the novel coronavirus.

Women Can Better Lead Through Crises, Research Suggests

Female leaders may be more qualified to lead organizations through crises, two leadership experts wrote in an article.

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