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How COVID-19 is Actually Changing the Dating Game for the Better
Featured Speaker: Helen Fisher, PhD  
From the outside, it seems like COVID-19 has turned the dating world on its head. How are you supposed to have that perfect first date if you...can't have it in person?
Hey, Who Are You Calling Elderly in the Era of COVID-19?!
Featured Speaker: Kathleen Hughes  
We've heard since the beginning of the pandemic that COVID-19 is more dangerous for the "elderly." But who is that really talking about? 60? 70? 90-year-olds?
Start Plogging During Your COVID-19 Quarantine
Featured Speaker: Lauren Deeley  
Lauren Deeley is cleaning up your trash on the trails - one hike at a time.
Getting Fit During and After the COVID-19 Lockdown
Featured Speaker: K. Aleisha Fetters, MS, CSCS  
Not being able to work out not only impacts your physical health, but your mental health as well.
COVID’s Wake-Up Call to Get Healthy Now
Featured Speaker: David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, FACLM  
Dr. David Katz, preventive medicine specialist and globally-recognized authority on lifestyle medicine, has been one of the clearer voices of reason throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Build Resilience During COVID-19 and Beyond
Featured Speaker: Jennifer Wegmann, PhD  
How can you truthfully answer someone's inquiry of "How are you doing?" when it feels like this crisis will never end?
Break Your COVID-19 Anxiety Cycle
Featured Speaker: Jud Brewer, MD, PhD (“Dr. Jud”)  
For many, anxiety begets anxiety. Which then leads to panic and other undesirable symptoms.
Senator Kay Kirkpatrick Shares Her COVID-19 Recovery Story
Featured Speaker: Senator Kay Kirkpatrick, MD  
Senator Kay Kirkpatrick, MD, a Republican Senator in the state of Georgia, shares her COVID-19 recovery story.
Putting on a Good Face (Literally!) in the Era of COVID-19
Featured Speaker: Caroline Parker, Esthetician  
Just because you might not be out in public doesn't mean it's time to slack on your skincare routine.
Best Nutrition to Fight COVID-19
Featured Speaker: William Li, MD  
One of the most critical elements for staving off infection, or managing infection should you contract the COVID-19 virus, is nutrition.