One Year In


Doctors, personal trainers share the safe way to return to exercise after COVID-19

While physicians would like to get people back to their “desired levels of activity,” there is still a lot of uncertainty about the lingering effects of COVID-19, experts say.

Doctors, personal trainers share the safe way to return to exercise after COVID-19

While physicians would like to get people back to their “desired levels of activity,” there is still a lot of uncertainty about the lingering effects of COVID-19, experts say.

Doctors, personal trainers share the safe way to return to exercise after COVID-19

While physicians would like to get people back to their “desired levels of activity,” there is still a lot of uncertainty about the lingering effects of COVID-19, experts say.

Kids’ mental health is still pediatricians’ greatest concern, one year into pandemic

The lack of socialization from school closings could have lasting repercussions on development, experts in child and adolescent health said.

Kids’ mental health is still pediatricians’ greatest concern, one year into pandemic

The lack of socialization from school closings could have lasting repercussions on development, experts in child and adolescent health said.

What has living through the COVID-19 pandemic been like for you?

After about a year of a global pandemic, The Inquirer is asking how you're feeling about how things have been going and what you're looking forward to beyond the coronavirus.

What has living through the COVID-19 pandemic been like for you?

After about a year of a global pandemic, The Inquirer is asking how you're feeling about how things have been going and what you're looking forward to beyond the coronavirus.
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New parents worry how pandemic isolation will delay infant development: ‘I’m trying not to spiral downhill’

Experts say we should be more worried about how social isolation and financial hardship are hindering parents’ mental health and, in effect, their ability to withstand the pressures of new parenthood.

At local hospitals, COVID-19 cases decline as drug overdose and psychiatric cases rise

It’s been a tough year for ER doctors and nurses in the Philadelphia region. They’ve come a long way since those first terrible months.

Pandemic sleep issues persist as some battle ‘COVID-somnia,’ while others rest more

In one study, 25% of respondents reported that their sleep quality had worsened, because of pandemic stressors.

COVID-19 has more people seeking help for addiction and mental health. But treatment centers struggle with outbreaks.

Many residential treatment centers around the country have experienced more demand for their services, but COVID-19 protocols vary facility to facility.

A year without a commute for many in the Philadelphia region

For those privileged enough to be able to work remotely, they’ll face a question with a laundry list of ripple effects: Is the commute worth it?