Wearing a face mask is one important intervention to decrease the risk of transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, as well as other respiratory viruses, such as influenza.
As we navigate our new norms within a relentless global pandemic, how are we handling the virus in our own social circles?
I don’t like going to stores. Even several months ago when the world was “normal,” I avoided them like the plague. But now, despite America being on lockdown, I found myself inside the Acme in Havertown’s Manoa Shopping Center.
Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night or early in the morning from a vivid dream? Did you wonder if the dream meant anything?
DCCC hosted Philip J. Roundtree’s “#Yougoodman?: A Conversation on Wellness” workshop on Feb. 11 at the Marple campus to explore various aspects of men’s mental health.
African American hairstyles shouldn’t be policed because hair is a form of expression and there’s no law prohibiting certain hairstyles. People should also learn how to embrace hair of all different textures and styles, not just the hairstyles that meet society’s definition of conventional beauty: straight, silky hair.
From a young age Americans are taught about the origin of Thanksgiving, how the Puritans and the Native Americans came together for a feast and gave thanks for the food they were about to receive.