- The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult, but it’s hardly unprecedented. In 1918, the Spanish flu pandemic sickened or killed millions around the globe. In this episode, we look at the lessons of the 1918 pandemic.
- The lack of scientific clarity around COVID-19 has offered a perfect opening for conspiracy theories. But accepting a certain level of uncertainty around the pandemic can help people resist easy answers and, over time, inch closer to the truth.
- Life during a pandemic can bring lots of anxiety and stress. One way to deal with those issues is to practice mindfulness – and that doesn’t necessarily look like what you might expect.
- James and Elyssa have a relationship built on games and puzzles, so they came up with a plan to turn their passion into a business called Paruzal. Then the pandemic hit -- and gave their idea a big boost.
- Small gestures can help our mental wellbeing and maybe even boost our immunity during this pandemic. Learn a few simple ways to make a difference.
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