How We Live: Wellness

The United States in the past two days has registered its highest number of new COVID-19 cases – about 84,000 on Friday and about 79,900 on Saturday.
"I’m desperate to find the message that will work ... to turn this around," said an emotional Dr. Ngozi Ezike.
Anxious governments have introduced more restrictions to curb the coronavirus as it once again spreads across the continent.
A national upswing of cases threatens dire shortages of supplies, medical staff and hospital beds.
With 76,195 new COVID cases on Thursday, the U.S. approached its one-day record high of 77,299 cases set on July 16.
A changing relationship to food in social isolation shouldn't be ignored.
Doctors and nurses in Idaho have asked officials for help, only to be met with reluctance or even open skepticism.
COVID-19 burnout is sapping our energy, making it difficult to nurture all but a few relationships in our lives.
Yes, most kids are resilient and will come out of this just fine. But experts warn about a smaller subset who are battling significant traumatic stress.
Kids of all ages continue to slip into old behaviors as the coronavirus pandemic slogs on. Here's what parents need to know.