Research by UNLV communications expert Natalie Pennington finds that texts, video calls burdened the mental health of working moms during pandemic.
In the post-pandemic world, a few things have become ubiquitous: masks, hand sanitizer and Zoom fatigue, or the feeling of being worn out after a long day of virtual meetings. But new research from a team led by University of Georgia psychologist Kristen Shockley suggests that it’s not the meetings causing the fatigue—it’s the camera.
Videoconferences may be less exhausting if participants feel some sense of group belonging, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.
While 2020 may have felt like the longest year, unfortunately, there is one aspect of the pandemic that may have been accelerated — aging skin. According to board-certified dermatologist Rajani Katta, MD, FAAD, clinical assistant professor at the Baylor College…