Category Archives: Home Remedies

As delays hamper some second coronavirus vaccine doses, a debate rages: Prioritize one shot or two?

By | February 26, 2021

The vast majority of recipients of the two-dose Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are able to get their second shot within the recommended period, according to vaccine data reviewed by The Washington Post. Yet some people are still encountering problems navigating local programs and unplanned delays — such as bad weather or supply shortages. More than a dozen people… Read More »

‘It’s Up to You’: Ad campaign to encourage coronavirus vaccination gets underway

By | February 25, 2021

The campaign — the first concerted effort urging Americans to get vaccinated against the novel coronavirus — will further encourage those skeptical of the vaccines to visit a new website, getvaccineanswers.org, for the latest information on the safety and availability of vaccines. The campaign was overseen by the Ad Council — the nonprofit communications industry group responsible for… Read More »

Single Mom by Choice: What You Need to Know

By | February 24, 2021

By Kathryn Murray, as told to Michele Jordan I never saw myself as truly maternal. I’m a girl from L.A., from a large, blended family. I’ve lived all over the country and I’ve been exposed to many cultures. I was truly happy. I told myself that if I didn’t have children by age 35, then I… Read More »

Book Excerpt: Sustainable Herbs Project – Herbal Academy

By | February 24, 2021

This excerpt is from Ann Armbrecht’s new book The Business of Botanicals: Exploring the Healing Promise of Plant Medicines in a Global Industry (Chelsea Green Publishing, February 2021) and is reprinted with permission from the publisher. Globally, some thirty thousand plant species are said to be used for medicinal purposes, and four to six thousand are traded internationally.… Read More »

Co-parenting: How to Do It Right

By | February 22, 2021

It can seem cruel that just as you’ve called your marriage quits, you have to quickly leap into “we’re a team” mode to work out what’s best for your kids. But it can be done with success. Learning to compromise and setting new boundaries are key, says family therapist Constance Ahrons, PhD. She’s a professor emerita of… Read More »