Before the pandemic, elderly isolation was a major concern. Now, it's a crisis
While trying to keep seniors safe from the virus, there's something just as deadly for older people: isolation.
As pandemic wears on, seniors find walks, pen pals and phone calls alleviate isolation
"It's about trying to find that balance between emotional wellness and safety...That kind of sums up our whole year,” one nursing home administrator said.
COVID-19 sparks call to action, challenges, concerns for poll workers
“I can't say I'm unconcerned, but I'm not worried,” said one longtime poll worker about handling voters and COVID-19.
‘Serious with a smile’: Ben Weir’s love for family, journalism, nature marked a long life
Ben Weir's life was marked by community service, love for his grandson and dedication to journalism.
Why won't some people wear masks? It's about social norms and threat perception
Some people who refuse to wear masks or social distance are under the influence of psychosocial factors, researchers say.