Psychologists Confirm People Who Decorate For Christmas Early Are Happier, So Now You Have Justification
If you were one of those families who had installed a wreath on their front door, wrapped garlands around their banisters, and had a wintry holiday village set up on your mantel by Nov. 1, you might be in luck.
Study Finds J&J's COVID-19 Vaccine Effective Against Omicron Hospitalization
Johnson & Johnson released a statement on Dec. 30 announcing the results of a real-work study conducted by the South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) proving the efficacy of its COVID-19 vaccine series in preventing severe illness and hospitalization from the Omicron variant of the novel coronavirus.
CDC Scientists Are Proposing a "Path Forward" For Students to Return to School in Person
A plan for students to return to in-person schooling may finally be on the horizon, according to an article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association on Jan. 26 written by three scientists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The AAP Wants Schools to Reform Active-Shooter Drills That Cause "Untoward Psychological Distress"
According to data from January, more than 249 school shootings have taken place in the United States since the tragedy at Columbine High School in 1999, excluding those that took place at colleges or universities.
Study Confirms People Who Wrap Presents Sloppily Are Happier, So You Have Permission to Throw It All in a Bag This Year
I know what I'm good at, and I know what I stink at, and when it comes to gift-giving, my strengths lie in the presents themselves — finding the obscure, thoughtful, hard-to-find item that can really put a smile on someone's face.