Only twice have I walked past churches with doors bolted shut for days. War. Pestilence. September 11th. Covid-19. And this is when we most seek such havens.
Wellness went digital during lockdown, and industry insiders say much of it will stay.
The pandemic has shifted responsibility for health to the individual, as mental health, lockdown eating, and stress-reduction tips emerge.
Scientists decipher new info on coronavirus, lambast holistic treatments by high-profile people, and a medium carries out Conan Doyle’s posthumous wishes.
As lockdown restrictions loosen, can we balance suspicion of others with compassion? Research shows emotions affect immunity.
“We will not go back to the way it was,” industry expert Susan Harmsworth said in a video conference hosted by the Global Wellness Institute this week. Here is her advice for wellness businesses.
Doubts about Covid-19 slow lockdown restrictions, and psilocybin research gets $80 million investment. Are science and personal experience mutually exclusive in mind-body-spirit disciplines?
As lockdown is extended and face masks are recommended, people struggle with sleep, and one man solves NHS financial woes.
An altercation I witnessed on Easter Sunday led me to question the role of respect, patience and forgiveness while we cope through pandemic conditions.
Research demonstrates that generosity toward others and therapy dogs are helping reduce anxiety.