SDI Productions / iStock.com College is so expensive that most parents can’t possibly afford to pay for it — but if they can, should they? “There are decent arguments to be made both for and against parents paying their children’s tuition,” said Giovanni Braghieri, CEO and co-founder of MyConsultingCoach. “On […]
Does Mewing Sculpt Your Jawline? Pros Weigh In
Once upon a time, YouTube was the place to go to uncover jaw-dropping beauty secrets worth putting to the test. Now, living in the land of Gen Z, TikTok has become the new Oz for beauty and lifestyle trends. What started as a place for choreographed dance moves quickly exploded […]
What’s Safe To Do After Getting The COVID-19 Vaccine? Experts Weigh In.
If you just got the coronavirus vaccine and your mind is buzzing thinking about all the things you can potentially do now that you’ve got some protection against COVID-19, it’s certainly understandable. This has been an incredibly tough year, and we’ve given up a lot. We haven’t been able to […]
Survey finds global mistrust could weigh on vaccine rollout
By PAN PYLAS (AP) — Waning trust in governments and all types of media is threatening to limit the rollout of coronavirus vaccines around the world, particularly in the United States, according to a survey conducted by communications firm Edelman. In an annual assessment on the state of trust in […]
Is CBG the Next CBD? Doctors Weigh In on the ‘Mother’ of All Cannabinoids
I can’t recall the first time I became aware of CBD. All I know is that I suddenly noticed the cannabis compound everywhere—CBD-infused lotions for achy muscles and joint pain; bars hawking CBD cocktails; droplets of it put in coffee at hip cafes; and, of course, the endless articles and […]
Online or in school? Districts weigh options before telling Pa. their plans under new COVID-19 rules
Nearly every single school district is in a county with substantial community spread of COVID-19. That means there have been more than 100 new cases of the coronavirus per 100,000 residents over the past seven days. That grim fact led the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Department of Education […]
Should Gov. Murphy close gyms to fight COVID-19 second wave? 3 experts weigh in.
Gyms were among the last businesses allowed to reopen this summer as New Jersey emerged from the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic and the prolonged closure led to a bitter court fight. Gov. Phil Murphy has called gyms “among the most challenging of indoor environments” when it comes to […]
Is It Safe To Get A Massage During The COVID-19 Pandemic? Experts Weigh In.
Living through a pandemic is incredibly unnerving, so it’s only natural to crave a soothing massage to help ease the tension. And now that many parts of the country no longer have COVID-19 restrictions ― even though cases are rising and we’re entering a third wave ― some people may […]
Is It Safe To See Grandparents For The Holidays During COVID-19? Experts Weigh In
On Friday, the United States hit a new record number of daily COVID-19 cases. Hospitalizations are up. Experts believe that the third wave of the virus is here and that it will be worse than what came before. At the same time, many Americans are experiencing “pandemic fatigue” and now, […]
Dining inside restaurants: Customers weigh the ethics, risks and responsibilities
If a restaurant can’t satisfy her minimum requirements, Kalemkerian, 43, won’t patronize its patio. She doesn’t even have a checklist for indoor dining, which resumed in New York City on Sept. 30. For her, that option isn’t on the table. “I don’t see myself dining indoors ever, not until I’m […]
Is It Safe To Vote In Person During COVID-19? Experts Weigh The Risks.
Millions of Americans have already cast their ballots in the 2020 election, but many others are still figuring out their plans to vote this year. The vote-by-mail option allows people to avoid the possibility of large crowds at the polls, where the coronavirus could spread. But lingering concerns about a […]
Penn State students weigh in on returning to the IM Building this semester | University Park Campus | Penn State | Daily Collegian
Many Penn State students have been waiting to take a trip back to the gym as a part of their daily routine for the fall semester — and now they have the chance. The Intramural Building reopened to students on Sept. 25. The White Building and the Hepper Fitness Center […]
Is it safe to back-to-school shop on Poshmark and at secondhand stores during a pandemic? Experts weigh in
Looking for more of the best deals, sales and product recommendations? Sign up for Yahoo Lifestyle Canada’s newsletter! Is it safe to shop at thrift stores and online during COVID-19? As we transition into fall, students are still looking for back-to-school clothing that is stylish and affordable, whether they are […]
To party or not to party? USC students living off-campus weigh COVID-19 risk
Conspiracy theories around COVID-19 continue to spread. Experts weigh in on why people believe them.
More than 200 people gathered at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus to protest the face mask mandate that multiple counties are under in the state. (Photo: Megan Jelinger/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) When Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Republican who has publicly shunned face masks, tested positive for COVID-19 on […]
Your kids could get the coronavirus when they go back to school. These are the risks and benefits to weigh before sending them.
school coronavirus Getty Parents are weighing the coronavirus-related risks of sending their kids to school against the education and social losses of keeping them home. Kids are generally less susceptible to severe illness than adults, but it’s still possible for them to be infected. Keeping your child home could negatively […]
Teachers weigh risks of COVID-19
Christy Karwatt teaches social studies, but she’s been thinking more like a math teacher the past few days. At 61, the Sarasota High School teacher is entering her 27th year in Florida’s system, and she loves her job. She had planned on teaching three more years to maximize her retirement payment. […]
Teachers weigh risks as COVID-19 looms
Christy Karwatt teaches social studies, but she’s been thinking more like a math teacher the last few days. At 61, the Sarasota High teacher is entering her 27th year in Florida’s retirement system, and she loves her job. She had planned on teaching three more years to maximize her retirement payment. […]