With many people staying at home due to coronavirus, our apartments and houses have become work spaces, classrooms, gyms. If you’re homebound with your family and/or partner all the time, that could be stressful. We talk to a psychologist about maximizing your mental health and happiness at home. Also: tips on fighting loneliness if you’re living by yourself.
Mental health at home
From this Episode:
With 3 million Americans out of work, will $2 trillion stimulus package be enough?
More than 3 million people filed for unemployment last week. The Senate has unanimously passed the $2 trillion stimulus bill. The House is expected to approve it on Friday.
2 Southern California doctors work to get more ventilators where they’re needed
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How to make lemon yogurt cake at home
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