Sebene Selassie, meditation teacher and author of You Belong: A Call for Connection, says the difficulties of the pandemic proved the need for interconnection.
The Central Pa. blood bank has less than half the blood it had on hand prior to the pandemic
“If we have a more infectious virus, and more lethal virus, and God forbid, one that evades vaccines, then we’re in big, big trouble.”
Lead poisoning prevention experts are calling on the state to fund remediation and testing
The so-called “vaccine passports” bill also would have limited the health secretary’s power.
Cannabis use advocates raised concerns about processing moldy plants
The proposal began as a call in the state Senate to ban so-called “vaccine passports.” However, Senate Republicans added an amendment that would prohibit the state secretary of health from requiring widespread public health interventions such as hand-washing, sheltering in place, wearing masks and social distancing.
Some have called the COVID-19 pandemic an equalizer or a shared experience, in that every single one of us has been impacted. We have all experienced a degree of fear, isolation or worry. What remains to be seen is how these feelings will impact our mental health.
On “Transforming Health: Mental Health After a Pandemic” we’ll hear from individuals who already had mental health concerns and then had to navigate through a pandemic. They’ll share their tips for others. Plus, why some feel connection and a sense of belonging will be the key to moving forward.