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Fri, March 27thDIY personal protective equipment, Part 2

By Julie Van Esler

With the surge of COVID-19 hospital cases, health-care professionals are struggling with shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) - vital to save the lives of others, as well as their own. Makers who who want to help ...

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Fri, March 27thWhat to read when angst makes it difficult

By Emilyn Linden

One piece advice often see about staying sane while Safer at Home is to take breaks from the news. That can be difficult unless you can fill your checking-the-news time with something else. But stress and anxiety caused by the co...

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Wed, March 25thDIY personal protective equipment, Part 1

By Crystal Valentine

Many people have access to a sewing machine and cotton fabric, so what about sewing face masks for health-care workers?

While homemade masks are not as effective as proper surgical masks, they are better than nothing. A stud...

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Mon, March 23rdYes, you can learn to knit online

By Emilyn Linden

A little more than four years ago, my family moved to Wisconsin for my husband’s career. I moved without a job and found myself with quite a lot of time on my hands during the very contentious 2016 election season. I was spendi...

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Fri, March 20thGetting sleep in the age of COVID-19

By Emilyn Linden

One of my health interests over the past decade-plus, has been sleep. I think that’s pretty much a given when you have a colicky baby. Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child by Dr. Marc Weissbluth was my Bible for a few years there....

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