Virtual visits: Spurred on by the pandemic, telemedicine has gone mainstream
As cities across the country began shutting down when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, people still needed to receive advice and treatment from doctors for symptoms non-COVID-related. Physicians had to figure out another way to reach patients.
MOURNING CHANGE: IF YOU’RE FEELING DOWN ABOUT THE LOSS OF A LIFESTYLE, YOU’RE NOT ALONE
Two weeks in, I suddenly felt like my life was over. Maybe not over, but definitely ruined. I hadn’t lost my job. No one close to me was sick. And although my future was and remains uncertain, there is no immediate, visible jeopardy.