I see you. I'm grateful.

by Holly Yang (@hollyby)Thoughts as I drove to work at the hospital today:For people and families who stay 6 feet away and wear a mask, buff, or bandana when they work out near others, enjoy busy outdoor spaces, or walk their dog, I see you. I ’m grateful.For grocery, retail, postal, delivery, restaurant and all other essential workers who take care of us with careful hygiene, clean spaces, and by showing up and being professional despite encountering lots of stressed out people, I see you. I ’m grateful.For good citizens who are kind and respectful to grocery, retail, postal, delivery, restaurant and all other essential workers, and those who stand with them against abuse, I see you. I ’m grateful.For people who check in on their friends and neighbors who are high-risk for COVID, or support those who need help due to illness, financial distress, mental health issues, or all of the above, I see you. I ’m grateful.For parents trying to work, teach their kids, and provide a safe and happy place for them despite the disruption of the pandemic, I see you. I ’m grateful.For those of you who have learned how to bake bread, planted a garden, created art, performed music, and found small ways to restore a sense of expectant hope in spite of the chaos, I see you. I ’m grateful. For those of you who are graduating, who are starting a new job or making a pivot, or embarking on anything new in this difficult time, I see you. I ’m grateful.For tho...
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CONCLUSIONS: The percentages of those reporting a change in cannabis use were modest. Increased use may reflect efforts to relieve stress. Decreased use may reflect barriers to securing unregulated products and perceived vulnerability to the effects of infection on the respiratory system. As the pandemic continues to evolve, it will be important to monitor its effects on cancer patients as it relates to psychosocial stressors, psychological symptoms, and cannabis use.PMID:33657874 | DOI:10.1177/1049909121999784
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The palliative care doctor and author on a year of Covid in UK hospitals and her hopes for the vaccine‘The air reeks of invisible danger’ - read an extract from Rachel Clarke’s pandemic memoir BreathtakingYou wroteBreathtakingtowards the start of the pandemic when you couldn ’t sleep. Did you envisage that the world would still be looking the way it does almost a year later?No, I truly did not. I started writing the book as a forlorn kind of nocturnal therapy at a time when cases were going down, it was midsummer, there was hope and optimism in the air. And although I was sure there would be a resur...
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Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine,Volume 16, Issue 11, Page 1991-1991, November 2020.
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Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Ahead of Print.
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Conclusion: Results indicate that breast cancer survivors, doing yoga, have better psychological profiles and are able to deal with demanding situations better. The psycho-oncogenic model of cancer etiology suggests that a better psychological state in survival has the potential to improve prognosis and survival outcomes and Yoga may be a suitable practice for staying cancer-free for a longer time.
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