COVID & Other Ailments

10/18/21—With nearly 5 million deaths and roughly 239 million cases globally,1 COVID-19 has made an impact on the world. While infection can present with mild symptoms, in some individuals with…

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Children & Vaccines

10/18/21—Since the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S., debate about their safety has been ongoing. Steadily people are becoming less hesitant, as 188 million are currently vaccinated.1 While COVID…

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How Were COVID Vaccines Developed?

10/12/21—The COVID-19 pandemic brought many changes in the United States, as people were hurdled into a new normal with lockdown, social distancing, and safety practices like masking and isolating. Another…

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Preparing For The Twindemic

10/11/21—The word pandemic has become commonplace in the current COVID environment, but one term you may not be familiar with is,“twindemic.” The term twindemic refers to the onslaught of flu…

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School Safety & Emergency Management

10/4/21—The National Center On Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE), describes school safety as an atmosphere free of violence, bullying, harassment and substance use. The ability to create an environment with…

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Preventing The Next Pandemic

9/27/21—As the global community fights the COVID-19 pandemic, there is current debate over steps to prevent the inevitable future pandemics. The topic itself is complex, with focus on researching diseases,…

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Your Mental Health & COVID

9/20/21—The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a tragic toll on the lives of millions of people, with recent numbers from the World Health Organization (WHO) reporting 4.6 million deaths and over…

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Essential Workers & COVID

9/20/21—From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, jobs were one of the first things to come into question, as businesses temporarily or permanently shut down and people isolated in their…

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