While the name of snow days may change, the concept is here to stay. Using virtual learning can definitely help students stay current.
According to a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court decision, the NCAA violated antitrust provisions of the Sherman Act in its limitation of student athlete benefits.
It’s easy to think that management jobs will be safe. But AI and advanced technology will likely take over many management duties.
Working hard without overtraining is something that Olympic athletes have honed. But how can we safely push ourselves to improve our own fitness?
While it may be useful to improve daily motivation, it’s discipline and consistency that actually move the needle forward to reaching a healthy lifestyle.
Flu infections reached historic lows, due partially to mitigation measures aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19. Will wearing masks and social distancing be part of public health education in the future?
Will the COVID-19 pandemic have lasting impacts on our collective psyches, mental health, psychological development, and socialization behavior?
When the COVID-19 vaccine became available, there was concern it wouldn’t adequately reach underserved communities. Learn how providers came together in California to quickly mobilize volunteer-based vaccination centers.