By Melissa Caudle, Dr. Mel’s Message. What have you been doing during this global pandemic? For me, I have transitioned to operating my publishing company remotely and staying busy. I am eating better because no […]
In this interview with the HJ Book Blog, Trond Undheim answers ten questions: How are you dealing with this pandemic at a personal level? We have seen many contagious disease outbreaks in modern history, like […]
1618 Words offers readers “short burst of stories from aspiring and popular authors”. Today’s feature is from chapter 4 of my book Pandemic Aftermath which was just published as a Kindle ebook exclusive. See the […]
Why already ponder what’s next? The world is, arguably, still in the middle of fighting the virus and its impact. What could possibly be said about the future? Well, the truth appears to be that […]
I usually side with scientists, policy makers and parents. Each role can only be carried out well with trust. Personally, I have missed a steady hand in government in the US, in the UK, in […]
What does it mean not to be in school? How to students learn online? Great theoretical questions, but with widespread school closures across America, there’s time for a reckoning. Who is best suited to teach […]
By Gary Epler, M.D., Harvard Medical School and Trond A. Undheim, Ph.D., Futurist, Founder of Yegii, Inc. The media universe is drawn to negativity. Bloggers exploit this fully, but national media also pick extreme angles. […]
You would think we would have learned to deal with globalization by now. Goods, services, people, and money, and occasionally, diseases, flow across borders at a staggering pace. Little can stop these flows. Not walls. Not presidents. Not health authorities. People, however, remain quite rooted in their local communities.