By Ali Watkins, Michael Rothfeld, William K. Rashbaum, and Brian M. Rosenthal April 27, 2020 A top emergency room doctor at a Manhattan hospital that treated many coronavirus patients died by suicide on Sunday, her father and the police said.
By Masha Gessen April 21, 2020 B. spoke to me by Zoom from the car parked outside their house—we couldn’t talk when B. was at work, or inside the house, where B.’s children were playing. B. has also used the car
By Patrick J. Kennedy and Shawn Coughlin April 20, 2020 In January, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced some hopeful news when it reported a slight uptick in U.S. life expectancy following years of decline largely due to
By Patti Neighmond April 19, 2020 For many young people, sheltering at home means missing milestones and public recognition of their achievements. This is especially true for seniors graduating from high school and college. (Read more)
By Kim Hart and Alison Snyder April 19, 2020 The new pressures on working parents to be full-time employees and full-time homeschool teachers while protecting their families from the pandemic are leading to exhaustion — with no end in sight. (Read more)
U.S. News & World ReportCOVID-19 Is Making Psychiatric Treatment Tougher By Serena Gordon April 9, 2020 In the best of times, it can be hard to get mental health treatment. But these definitely aren’t the best of times, and even