Reebok recently launched the “Reebok x Wonder Woman 84” collection, a collaboration with the upcoming Wonder Women 1984 movie. Six Boston-area nurses —Cassie Moy, Vilma Pacheco, Taylor Meyer, Suki Stiles, Solange Rosa, and Kathryn D’Innocenzo — tell their personal wonder man stories in Rebebok's campaign documentary.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and this topic is more important than ever. The isolation brought on by COVID-19 is especially hard on people at risk for suicide. Here are some things you can do to determine if you have a patient who’s contemplating suicide and ways to help patients who’ve reached out to you with suicidal feelings.
Today's post is from our broker blog, AllWays Insider. We're sharing it because it has some great information on how officials and health experts are combating COVID-19 and making things easier for those who may be affected.
While the wait for a COVID-19 vaccine continues, health experts shift their focus to containing the virus and helping people stay as healthy as possible. From flu vaccine recommendations to simpler coronavirus tests and contact tracing, catch up on what's new in COVID-19 news this week.
Today's post is from our broker blog, AllWays Insider. We're sharing it because it has some great information on how Massachusetts is continuing to respond to the pandemic, why employers should support their employees' mental health, and how virtual visits can be better than in-person appointments.
Learn about the latest Massachusetts coronavirus mandates, the importance of mental health support in the workplace, and the advantages of telemedicine and virtual visits in this week's Insider News.
UPDATE: A couple of hours after we made this post, The Boston Globe reported on the plans that Massachusetts schools have submitted detailing how they will operate during the upcoming school year. According to the state, 30% of schools have chosen fully remote learning, but the other 70% plan to bring students back in person either part- or full-time. Some schools are offering hybrid learning, combining in-person and virtual instruction and allowing parents to choose fully remote learning for their children. All Massachusetts families are able to opt their children out of in-person learning if they deem it necessary.
As summer draws to a close, schools across the country are figuring out how to conduct the upcoming school year without putting children at risk. Some school staff and parents are eager to send kids back to school, while others are afraid of an increase in COVID-19 cases. We discuss what the CDC recommends for schooling and how the nation’s schools are planning to teach this coming school year.