With the rise of apps like Betterhelp and Cerebral, “telehealth” has become a major player when it comes to mental health services. The convenience and safety of being able to stay at home while discussing personal matters with a licensed professional has been a big draw for those seeking to take control of their mental health, a post-COVID phenomenon that has contributed to a swelling market now valued at $28 billion. But what exactly are the pros and cons of mental telehealth, and does it really help as much as in-person services?
It’s no secret that online hate has serious mental health ramifications. Japan has taken this issue very seriously as ‘online insults’ are now considered a punishable crime in the country.
The Shaolin Temple, known for the birthplace of Chan Buddhism and their mastery practices in Shaolin Kung Fu, held their kung fu competition online this year due to the constraints of the pandemic. In order to compete for their international competition, competitors must send photos and videos of their kung fu performance to the Shaolin Temple website so judges can observe their posture and technique.
It’s almost two weeks since the war in Ukraine began, and it doesn’t look like it’s ending anytime soon. Reservations in Russian restaurants have decreased because people did not want to support Russian cuisine. Sveta, one of the restaurants that serves Russian meals, receives negative emails about the war. The owner thought it would be a good idea to use a more recognizable name.
Imagine yourself sitting on the beach. It is a nice sunny day and people are relaxing on their floats. Then, a giant wave comes towering over your relaxing place. You’re in the deep. You try to swim upwards, but the water is pushing you down. You sink into a black abyss, not knowing what it is like in the big blue ocean. That is how we students feel every day with school.
Estancia, New Mexico, is one of the many cities that New Mexico employed to have National Guard troops teaching in classrooms. New Mexico shared National Guard staff in the education industry because there had been a shortage of teachers when the pandemic hit. Many teachers quit teaching in school because of the complications over teaching on Zoom, ongrowing depression, or to keep themselves safe from spreading the disease.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation announced their nominees for the 2022 induction just yesterday. The official nominees include: Beck, Pat Benatar, Kate Bush, DEVO, Duran Duran, Eminem, Eurythmics, Judas Priest, Fela Kuti, MC5, New York Dolls, Dolly Parton, Rage Against the Machine, Lionel Richie, Carly Simon, A Tribe Called Quest, and Dionne Warwick. To be eligible for these nominations, each of these artists have released their first commercial recording at least 25 years prior to this nomination.
Here we are in the last week of July and coronavirus has not slowed down a bit. It has been suggested by doctors, scientists, and some government officials, that the country may need to have a second shut down. With many companies allowed to reopen back in May and June, Broadway theaters were still not […]