Senior athletes are faced with a tough decision after having their sports seasons cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Read their testimony’s and how they are faced with a critical decision in their early life.
More and more students are choosing to take time away from school during the COVID-19 pandemic and new research is showing that taking the time off might actually be to their benefit.
Adult learners are using this time to refine their skills and learn new ones through both degree and non-degree-granting institutions to enhance their resumes during this time of economic distress.
Psychiatrists are seeing an increase in anxiety disorders during the COVID pandemic. Dr. Brendel shares some coping mechanisms.
Pediatric nurses are caring for the less vulnerable population when it comes to contracting COVID but the kids have no idea what’s going on.
Visiting nurses are adjusting to a new normal as patients don’t want them to enter their homes due to COVID-19.
Miami is a tourist capital of America, and now it’s a coronavirus epicenter. Learn more about how the city is dealing with earning the title ‘epicenter of the pandemic.’
The floral industry is facing transitions and obstacles nationwide, and Bostonians are stepping up to the plate to help local flower shops stay alive.
Living his American Dream, Angel Diaz opened up his flower shop in February of 2020, but wasn’t prepared for the challenges that came soon after.
Utilizing technology and his loyal customers, Richard O’Mara successfully kept Cedar Grove Gardens open during some of the most difficult times in the floral industry.