Grover Wilhelmsen couldn’t talk after he was intubated to help treat a Covid-19 infection that had spread to his lungs. But he still wanted to give thanks to the nurses and doctors taking care of him in the intensive care unit, so he found his own special way.
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The world has yet another reason to love Dolly Parton. The Queen of Country bestowed $1 million to Covid-19 research last April. Fast-forward to November, when the record shows her kindness and generosity are paying off.
Pfizer dropped a feel-good bombshell on Monday morning, announcing that an early analysis of its coronavirus vaccine proved to be 90 percent effective in preventing the disease among the trial group of volunteers.
Today’s older adults have access to other paths that generations before them never had thanks to the Internet, including online learning courses.
A recent study looked at how COVID-19 impacted the brains of more than 84,000 people that have recovered from the virus.
There’s no question that caregivers are under siege during this pandemic. If you fall in that category, check out these helpful tips for coping with the stress.
The long-reaching impact of COVID-19 includes the financial stability of elders. About 11 percent of people 65 and older, or about 1.1 million people, have lost their jobs during the pandemic.
One day, New Yorker Barbara was fine; the next, she was sick from COVID-19. She shares details on the journey of recovering her own health while protecting those around her.
Have you turned to the arts during this global pandemic? Whether it’s painting, crafting, reading or watching films and TV, the arts have had a crucial role in making many of us feel better. Have you thought about creating art yourself? It’s easier than you think! Joshua Vickery of CFC Arts offers encouragement for tapping into your creative side.
In our latest conversation with national and Florida thought leaders who are dedicating their time and talents to helping us all navigate through this global pandemic, we’re thrilled to welcome Sarah Iselin. She is the Executive Vice President of Government Programs and Diversified Business at Florida Blue and GuideWell.