Governor Laura Kelly announced that starting next Monday, March 29, 2021, the State of Kansas will make the COVID-19 vaccine available to all Kansans (16+), entering the final Phase 5 of the Vaccine Prioritization plan.
Many can say you’ve bought something you really didn’t need or maybe went back for seconds or thirds of dessert. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all looked for ways to find happiness, but with that pursuit comes a question: Are those hobbies healthy for you?
The physical and mental strain has been especially grueling for healthcare workers, who, over the past 11 months, have worked tireless hours and have been exposed to patients who are more sick than ever before.
Self-harm, struggles with sexuality and suicide. All topics that can be difficult to discuss with your child, but one mother in Nickerson is having that discussion publicly in hopes the story of her child’s struggles can lead to a happy ending for others.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Christmas may look different for many families this year. Those who are feeling less than merry in taking precautions that include staying home and not seeing extended family in-person are far from alone.
Nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic, parents continue looking for ways to cope with stress, not only for themselves but also for their children. Some are turning to alternative treatments and CBD products.
For many high school students, learning from home during a pandemic comes with its own challenges as academic pressures are coupled with the added resposnibilites of caring for younger relatives during school days.
The upcoming Thanksgiving holiday is different for many choosing to keep distance with virtual extended family gatherings. While for most, meeting virtually is better than not meeting at all, the change can be challenging from an emotional and mental-health standpoint.
Grace’s mom, Laura Venneman, says it was best for Grace to stay home as much as possible even before the pandemic. This year, Laura says skipping large family gatherings is worth it to keep everyone healthy.
Kansas reported 7,234 new cases of COVID-19, ten new deaths and 104 new hospitalizations since Friday. The increase in cases comes as hospitals across the state reach capacity for patients with the virus.