Covid is again weighing heavily on me--after months of seeing the light at the end of the tunnel! I'm sure many of you are feeling similar anxiety about what this means for the coming school year. I will be doing all the prevention measures we already know to work: Running my air filter. Taking elderberry syrup. Sanitizing my hands. Wearing a mask in crowded places. That said, I am convinced
UPDATE #1: Video here with my response to some of your comments. UPDATE #2: Here are our thoughts on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. UPDATE #3: No, this is not a sponsored post. (I've been asked by more than a few people if big pharma paid me!) When I asked you guys if you'd like to know my stance on the Covid-19 vaccine, including what my scientist husband thinks, I didn't
Many of us are still in the thick of debating what school model makes sense--fully remote, hybrid, pods--but if you'd decided that your child will be spending some amount of time physically in the classroom, here are seven ways to reduce the risk of catching COVID or bringing the virus back into your home. 1) Clean the air in the classroom. I hope your school has a plan for improving air
What kills coronavirus? I've done some digging on what chemical compounds will kill the virus that causes COVID-19, and I wanted to share my findings with you guys. A complete list from the EPA can be found here. Do I need to remind you that I'm not a doctor or any kind of medical professional? What follows is just my interpretation of what I've read about how to kill this terrifying virus.