Virtual Conferences Provide Key Opportunity for Accessibility

Virtual Conferences Provide Key Opportunity for Accessibility

By John Loeppky There was concern from some at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic that, in the words of research journal Nature, 2020 could be “a year without conferences.” Though cancellations or postponements from some of the world’s biggest conferences – academic and otherwise – were

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Best Foods to Keep Immunity Strong

Best Foods to Keep Immunity Strong

By Jessica Robinson The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic is testing the endurance of the world to the core. The highly contagious virus is affecting millions of people worldwide and has made public health vulnerable. In such a virulent scenario, our health and safety is both a personal and

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As reopening begins in uncertain coronavirus times, you need emotional protective equipment, too

As reopening begins in uncertain coronavirus times, you need emotional protective equipment, too

By Claudia Finkelstein (Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Michigan State University), Jennifer E. Johnson (Professor of Public Health, Ob/Gyn and Psychiatry, Michigan State University, and Julia Felton (Assistant Professor in the Division of Public Health, Michigan State University) As millions across the U.S. prepare to return to

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