Tag: schools

Women

China plans to have over half of the country’s infants in their first six months to be exclusively breastfed by 2025, protecting the rights of new mothers at workplaces. Doctors say that even if the vaccine does have… Read More

Schools

Enjoy summer, build up mental resistance for the likely disruptions coming this Fall. How do I approach school and child care, now? Use rapid antigen tests regularly and you break chains of transmission so that cases don’t lead… Read More

Sweden

If you look at the mortality statistics, compared with Norway, Finland and Denmark, Sweden fared much worse. Compared to many other European countries, however, Sweden has done similarly or better, and not much worse. Sweden remains steadfast in… Read More

Mental Health

Caring for people with mental illnesses. The endless cycle of caregiving takes its toll. Both physically and emotionally. The Call of Duty, Relief and relentless guilt. During this pandemic, there’s so much loses, so much grief, anxiety and… Read More

Learning

Europe’s comparative success in getting workers idled by the pandemic back into the labor force. The great resignation. Singapore has one of the world’s highest vaccination rates at 84% but new Covid-19 cases nonetheless recently hit a new… Read More

History

The anti-vaxxer want recognition. Even if it means risking their life. Mandatory vaccinations have been with us for centuries, quietly saving lives. Seasonal festivals may be a pale echo of older patterns of seasonal variation. Fostering political self-consciousness… Read More

Future

Memories of 2021. The energy sector was responsible for around three quarters of all greenhouse gas emissions. 2045: How we achieved a net zero world. Outright wars between states remain extremely rare, but new technologies and strategies are… Read More

Pandemic

A perfect novel for these times and all times, the single textual artifact from the pandemic era I would place in a time capsule as a representation of all that is good and true and beautiful about literature…. Read More

Track / Trace

At-home rapid tests can be an extremely useful tool for allowing life to proceed semi-normally.  How do you manage that risk? The answer is to test again. It is worrisome! The fact that the residents died despite being… Read More

Effects

SARS-CoV-2’s wide-ranging effects on the Body have begun to reveal how the virus wreaks havoc in multiple organs and tissues. Those anti-Covid-19 plastic barriers probably don’t help and may make things worse. I’m saving humans, but I’m not… Read More

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