With public health messaging now emphasizing how remarkably effective COVID-19 vaccines are, it’s reasonable to ask what exactly that means? Based on the published studies of the leading three vaccine candidates, I dove in to better understand that for myself.
Tag: Physical Health
After years of studying contrasting health narratives and their correspondence with actual scientific data, I can’t help but say, be wary of the medical salvation story. It’s usually too good to be true.
It’s nice to be able to say we trust “only what our own logic or reasoning” tell us. That can feel satisfying. But what happens when a legitimate threat exists outside the boundaries of our own logic and reasoning? Could this be a good time to trust something more than just that?
We all know seniors are more at risk in our ongoing pandemic, with public expressions of concern and worry common. Do they know they are valued, cherished, and appreciated though?
Regarding COVID-19 and those who have assumed management of our lives, the public needs to know and agree on when it is necessary for us to cede control.
During a pandemic, it’s tempting to think that it is somehow misguided to be focusing on education. C.S. Lewis boldly and beautifully suggests otherwise.
Five books that contain sentences and paragraphs and pages full of unique ideas that move our minds, touch our hearts, and fill our souls with light.
Learning to live well with major depressive disorder through holistic self-care spanning the biological, psychological, relational and spiritual.
When it comes to public discourse, not all conversations are equally challenging. Maybe it shouldn’t surprise us how angry disagreements about health are.
These are serious times – with serious challenges. Does that make it less (or more) important that we stay open to diverse perspectives on what’s happening?
Is this a time to mostly get through and distract ourselves until we can get back to normal? Or are there precious adjustments this challenge could prompt us all to make?