Life in the Time of Corona explores the questions we are all asking about living our lives when everything is changing around us so quickly. Mixing expert advice with personal stories, Dr. Saul Rosenthal brings together a diverse range of authorities, learning how we can best make our way through these difficult times. Learn more at https://saulrosenthalphd.com.
The New Year in the age of COVID
Reviewing 2020. What did we learn that can help us in 2021?
Religion and the pandemic with Reverend Stacy Swain
What is the role of religion and religious institutions in managing the pandemic?
COVID and the brain with Jay Gunkelman
The coronavirus can make its way into the brain. How does it do that and what mayhem can it cause?
Tech stress and the pandemic with Dr. Erik Peper
With the pandemic, we are spending even more time in front of our devices. What are the health consequences?
Disordered eating during the pandemic with Dr. Allyson Cherkasky
Our relationship with food is changing during the pandemic, and more of us are struggling with eating problems. What resources can support people with disordered eating manage in these times?
Screen time during the pandemic with Dr. Michael Rich
Screen overuse was a concern long before COVID, but the pandemic has thrown a never-ending series of stressors at us. How can we support our children to use technology in healthy and productive ways?