Curated public health reads for the week:
“When public-health programs are successful, they are invisible, and what is invisible is almost always taken for granted.”
When public-health programs are successful, they are invisible, and what is invisible is almost always taken for granted.
“Pandemics require us to change our behavior — our socialization, hygiene, work and more — collectively, and knowing our fellow citizens are on board is important for all efforts.”
To help manage the shortage, the authorities sent a message that made them untrustworthy.
“Most importantly, happiness isn’t cancelled, joy isn’t cancelled, and love isn’t cancelled. Make sure you do those three things often.”
More and more get-togethers and events are being cancelled, here are some things that aren’t.
7 Science-Based Strategies to Cope with Coronavirus AnxietyThe Conversation
A psychologist explains how to get a grip on anxiety triggered by COVID-19.