Can COVID-19 cause hearing loss, vertigo, and tinnitus?

Can COVID-19 cause hearing loss, vertigo, and tinnitus? Some viral infections, such as mumps, measles, and meningitis, can cause hearing problems. In the current coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, reports of audio-vestibular symptoms have emerged. Researchers at the University of Manchester, UK, aimed to systematically review the literature to provide evidence on severe acute respiratory… Continue reading Can COVID-19 cause hearing loss, vertigo, and tinnitus?

Miami Beach Business Owners Say Mayor’s Curfew Is Cutting Into Their Bottom Line

Miami Beach Business Owners Say Mayor’s Curfew Is Cutting Into Their Bottom Line Miami Beach’s mayor has ordered a curfew to try to stem a crush of spring breakers and limit the spread of the coronavirus. Business owners say the order is cutting into their bottom lines. ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: Miami Beach is struggling to… Continue reading Miami Beach Business Owners Say Mayor’s Curfew Is Cutting Into Their Bottom Line

COVID Support VT Will Assist Vermonters Through The Pandemic

Stipe Miocic – Journey to UFC Champion Stipe Miocic climbed his way up the heavyweight rankings after joining the promotion in 2011, fighting top contenders and legends of the division every step of the way, before claiming the heavyweight title in 2016. Subscribe to get all the latest UFC content: http://bit.ly/2uJRzRR Experience UFC live with… Continue reading COVID Support VT Will Assist Vermonters Through The Pandemic

Things Are Looking Up For Boston Tavern Cornwall’s As It Prepares To Reopen

A-to-Z with Benedict Cumberbatch | The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Benedict Cumberbatch and Jimmy put their movie knowledge to the test by taking turns working their way through a conversation about their favorite films in alphabetical order. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Stream now on Peacock: https://bit.ly/3gZJaNy Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show… Continue reading Things Are Looking Up For Boston Tavern Cornwall’s As It Prepares To Reopen

Irritability: What to understand and how to manage

Irritability: What to understand and how to manage One more smidgen of stimuli and you’ll blow. To keep it from happening you’re staying away from people – life. But you hate doing that. Listen, irritability can be more than just a grouchy mood. Here’s what to understand and how to manage… Looks like our friend… Continue reading Irritability: What to understand and how to manage

Study measures language-skill improvement by tracking brain activity

Study measures language-skill improvement by tracking brain activity A study with first-time learners of Japanese has measured how brain activity changes after just a few months of studying a new language. The results show that acquiring a new language initially boosts brain activity, which then reduces as language skills improve. “In the first few months,… Continue reading Study measures language-skill improvement by tracking brain activity

Feel Like You Don’t Belong? You Might Have Impostor Syndrome

Feel Like You Don’t Belong? You Might Have Impostor Syndrome People with impostor syndrome struggle with self-doubt and fear that others will see them as a fraud. (Illustration/Eric Hanson) Jacqueline Liu ’03, MS ’11 holds three degrees, is vice president at marketing agency The Pollack Group and teaches classes at the USC Annenberg School for… Continue reading Feel Like You Don’t Belong? You Might Have Impostor Syndrome

New Year’s Depression: Yes, It’s Real. Here’s What You Can Do

New Year’s Depression: Yes, It’s Real. Here’s What You Can Do December 28, 2020, Mary Ellen EllisBridges to Recovery Many people struggle with holiday depression, and for some it peaks on New Year’s Eve. Those with existing depression are particularly vulnerable to the mental health challenges of this big night with major expectations. The start… Continue reading New Year’s Depression: Yes, It’s Real. Here’s What You Can Do

Navigating PTSD and Burnout for COVID-19 Healthcare Workers

Navigating PTSD and Burnout for COVID-19 Healthcare Workers January 12, 2021, Mary Ellen EllisBridges to Recovery Healthcare workers are experiencing unprecedented levels of stress and burnout. As the second wave of the pandemic races through the country, some workers may become traumatized. Healthcare workers deserve respect and admiration but also good mental health. Stress management,… Continue reading Navigating PTSD and Burnout for COVID-19 Healthcare Workers