Guest Column

May 13, 2020

As a vascular neurologist, I’m concerned that people’s fear of catching COVID-19 is stopping them from seeking health care, even those who may be gravely ill. Having a stroke is a major emergency that requires immediate medical intervention, yet people with symptoms erroneously believe the risk of ...

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This has turned into a year like no other, and one we will reflect on for years to come. But under such challenging circumstances, we can find the best in ourselves and others. We can become more resilient, adaptable and optimistic. And we can encourage those same qualities in our kids. With ...

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Disasters make us want to talk. We talk to share information and compare notes, for the feeling of belonging, and to make sense of things. But what happens, as with the COVID-19 crisis, when everyone is dealing with the same bad event simultaneously, when we seek out listeners to hear our concerns, ...

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The $2.2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill is providing a lifeline for small businesses in New Jersey and across the country in states that have been hit hard by the epidemic. The cornerstone of the legislation for business owners is a bold $349 billion lending program for companies ...

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Schools around the country have begun to close, professional sports leagues have been suspended and citizens are stockpiling toilet paper at unprecedented rates. As a high school student getting ready to visit potential colleges, what does the spread of COVID-19 mean for your future? How can you ...

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It shouldn’t take a healthcare crisis to find ways for health care leaders to show front line healthcare team members how important they are and how much you care, but it is an especially important time to be extra considerate and thoughtful. Be prepared to go above and beyond for your employees so ...

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