- Feb 2021
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- physical health
- public health
- mental health
- health service
- primary care
- Oct 2020
Why, though, do we not romanticize our preservation? The same matter of chance, of the fleeting nature of fate exists on the other side of the coin. What would have happened if we were better rested, if our energy was better preserved, if we managed our time and said what we really mean? Rarely do we approach whether we get eight hours of sleep with the same guilt as we do whether or not we attended a party, even when, according to sleep expert Matthew Walker, sleep deprivation prevents the brain from remembering information, creating new memories, and sustaining emotional well-being.
A great observation!
- Jul 2020
Kalenkoski, C. M., & Pabilonia, S. W. (2020). Initial Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Employment and Hours of Self-Employed Coupled and Single Workers by Gender and Parental Status. IZA Discussion Paper, 13443.
- Jun 2020
Fiebig, J. H., Gould, E. R., Ming, S., & Watson, R. A. (2020). An Invitation to Act on the Value of Self-Care: Being a whole person in all that you do [Preprint]. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/k72vd
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- May 2020
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- social connection
- medical service
- physical distancing
- bipolar disorder
- mental illness
- mental health
- vulnerable groups
- social distancing
- Feb 2015
The disaggregation of news in the Internet age has inverted this relationship, and made news outlets hypersensitive to the interests of their readers. This is a positive development. It’s good that the media covers stories that its constituents are interested in and want to read about. It’s good when news outlets are connected to the communities they serve.
I'm not so sure this is the case across the board. Our desires don't always serve us.
I sometimes do want gatekeepers to prevent me from hurting myself.
I don't know how to translate this into advice for the next generation of media, though.