In a year that has devastated our families and economies, the vulnerable paid a heavy price. For many of us finding a way to combat the virus …

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We have learned so much about the powerful brain burst moments in the early years of life and the impact toxic stress, trauma, and poverty hav…

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Wednesday’s tragic events in Buffalo shook the entire state to its core. My heart aches for the community and for the families of those that w…

Getting stabbed by a needle is absolutely my least favorite thing. While I’ve learned to tolerate the annual blood draw at the doctor’s office…

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This week, Democrats submitted a bill in committee that would create a $35 million State Aid for Emergencies (SAFE) Account in anticipation of…

Almost all of us have suffered a broken heart at some time in our lives. It might have been the end of a teenage crush or the betrayal by a cl…

Many years ago, I used my first-ever paid week of vacation to travel west to visit best friends who’d settled in the Bay Area of California. 

Maybe it’s the time of year or the pandemic, but in December, we all tend to evaluate the past 12 months, what we’ve experienced. 

I’m considered old even though I don’t feel it, and I have a chronic illness as well. These criteria put me at a high risk of dying if I am in…

Like you, I do not like inaccurate or biased reporting. For more than 30 years, objectivity and truthful reporting have been the underpinnings…

Every year right after an election, I’d find a small pile of requests waiting for me from journalists. They wanted some sort of comment on wha…

What a year, just like everything else, Thanksgiving 2020 is going to be a little different. We might not have the chance to see all our loved…

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Twenty years ago some of us were convinced society would grind to a halt at the end of 1999.

Certain things are omnipresent this fall – the election, the virus, charts filled with data points, Zoom meetings and ever-changing school options.

We are a nation adrift. Even before the pandemic and George Floyd’s death, the US was piling on problems with little sense that we had either …

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Getting stabbed by a needle is absolutely my least favorite thing. While I’ve learned to tolerate the annual blood draw at the doctor’s office…

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This week, Democrats submitted a bill in committee that would create a $35 million State Aid for Emergencies (SAFE) Account in anticipation of…

Almost all of us have suffered a broken heart at some time in our lives. It might have been the end of a teenage crush or the betrayal by a cl…

Many years ago, I used my first-ever paid week of vacation to travel west to visit best friends who’d settled in the Bay Area of California. 

Maybe it’s the time of year or the pandemic, but in December, we all tend to evaluate the past 12 months, what we’ve experienced. 

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