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Can COVID19 Reinfect Us?

This past weekend, the World Health Organization stoked the flames of global anxiety by issuing this in the guise of a reality check: we do not know that getting COVID19, and recovering from it, results in immunity. 

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Will There Really Be Post-COVID Valuable Healthcare Change?

Everyone seems to think that there will be significant, long-lasting post COVID change in US healthcare. 

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Zoom Fatigue Syndrome

Are you overwhelmed with online video information?

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COVID19 as Seen Up Close

Having just completed three 12-hour shifts as a volunteer physician at a hospital emergency department in the Bronx, I can tell you this: it would be bad not to get a N95 mask, but getting one is no walk in the park, either! You try wearing one for 12 hours straight, and then let’s talk. 

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Everything You Need to Know About the pH of Water

Most of us have experienced something acidic in our lives, from the sulfuric acid you may have used in a high school chemistry lab to the burning of lemon juice in a papercut on the tip of your finger.

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Building Resilience to Balance Our Fears and Anxiety about COVID19

Beyond handwashing, wearing a mask, and keeping a physical distance from others to minimize the risk of COVID19 infection, building resilience can help us manage the stress and carry us forward to the time when life eventually returns to “normal.”

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Wanted: Remote Sick Care Workers

According to a recent Linkedin report, working from home isn't a barely tolerated eccentricity anymore -- it's become a competitive advantage. Fresh data from LinkedIn's Economic Graph team shows a big leap during March in remote-work job postings by U.S. companies of all sizes.