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Covid-19 Testing

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; testing; false positive; rapid test

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/04/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

This is an anecdotal news clip which discussed the antigen tests used to detect COVID-19 can produce false positive results. I found this article to be simple to follow and understandable to the general public.

Topic: Covid-19 Testing

Media Type: Video

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Kaitlin Stansell

Tags/Keywords: travel; COVID-19 testing; NYC; traveler health form

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 10/31/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

Do I have to get a covid test to go to nyc today? NY Governor's page on state guidelines about travel into NY. Helpful but out of date for current-day update and not as explicitly clear as desired. Also, all voluntary.

Topic: Life circumstances, Covid-19 Testing

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: NY Governor's office

Tags/Keywords: media, journalists,Trump, Covid research, remdesivir,vaccines, plasma, drug companies,

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/28/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ What have been the top ten lo-lights of misinformation in media in 2020? Learn the lessons of misinformation. /*-->*/ A brilliant readable compilation of thoughtful articles about the many streams of misinformation pouring forth in 2020. Recommend

Topic: Trust, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Gary Schwitzer, HealthNewsReview.org

Tags/Keywords: podcast, policy, studies, science, safe living

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 2/22/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Where can I stay up-to-date on what's happening with COVID and the science of Covid? Twice a week podcast with Andy Slavitt and Bob Wachner, MD answers questions, guest scientists and policy leaders My go-to source for up-to-date, thoughts discussions about the science, culture, politics, life on the ground during the pandemic

Topic: Life circumstances, Managing risk, Policy, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: most episodes are in the 45-60 min range

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; testing; false positive; rapid detection

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 11/03/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

FDA recommendations and statistics about what causes false positive covid tests and why they may occur. (Potential for False Positive Results with Antigen Tests for Rapid Detection of SARS-CoV-2 - Letter to Clinical Laboratory Staff and Health Care Providers) I thought the information was very reliable and gave a thorough answer to my question. It gave not only statistics, but also reasoning.

Topic: Covid-19 Testing

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <15

Author and/or Source: FDA

Tags/Keywords: inflammation, mutations, transmission, immune system

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/11/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

What has science learned about covid so far? Podcast with Britt Glaunsinger is a professor in the department of molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley, and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. She has been studying viruses for 25 years, with a particular focus, before December 2019, on the herpes virus. Over the past 12 months, her lab has been focusing on strategies the virus uses to suppress the body's innate immune system. Rich with information. Good transcript and show notes.

Topic: Managing risk, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: JEFFERY DELVISCIO, Britt Glaunsinger; Scientific Amercan

Food Accessibility

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19, resources, food accessibility, SNAP, WIC, USDA, government, individuals, families, food, low-income

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 07/08/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ Search: "food resources covid-19" Summary: This page serves as a home page to direct users to other resources available on the website. The most important information available on this page is the links to applying to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Special Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program for Woman, Infants, and Children (WIC). /*-->*/ I would recommend this site and it did not mention diversity and inclusion in any way.

Topic: Food Accessibility

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; New Jersey, Healthcare, insurance; health insurance; food; food accessibility, family, homeless

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 3/29/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Search: "food resources for homeless covid 19" Summary: This is a pretty lengthy document which describes the different updates to food accessibility, monetary compensation, and health insurance programs offered in New Jersey. Within the document are hyperlinks that direct you to more specific resources. I would recommend this site and it does mention inclusion when describing the resources New Jersey administers.

Topic: Food Accessibility, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub

Tags/Keywords: COVID19; food accessibility; elderly; seniors; food; resources; grocery; drugs; food delivery; low-income

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 3/26/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

Search: "grocery assistance for seniors covid19" Summary: Lists several franchise drug stores and grocery stores that offer drug and food resources for the senior/general population. However, it is geared towards residents of North Carolina since they only describe community organizations based out of NC. Yes I would recommend this site and yes and inclusion is addressed when describing the resources offered by certain businesses.

Topic: Food Accessibility

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19, SNAP; food accessibility; resources; individuals; families; food

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 03/15/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Search: "How do I apply for SNAP" Summary: States the several categories that are taken into account to determine one's eligibility for SNAP. Contains a chart full of drop-down menus that provide answers to common questions about SNAP. /*-->*/ I would recommend this site and I'm not sure if it mentions diversity and inclusion in any way.

Topic: Food Accessibility

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; WIC; food accessibility; resources; women; infant; children; families; food; low-income

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 03/18/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Search: "How do I apply for WIC" Summary: This page serves as a home page with a series of links regarding WIC eligibility and how to apply. There is a brief text box that gives a two sentence instruction on how to apply for WIC. I would recommend this site and I don't think it mentioned diversity and inclusion in any way.

Topic: Food Accessibility

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture

Life circumstances

Tags/Keywords: Mental Health; Depression; Covid 19,

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

Date Last Updated: 05/01/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during covid? First the article starts with explaining depression and the many causes to make sure the reader understands what depression is. (This was very useful) Then it went into the various way to deal with depression such as developing long and short-term healthy habits. I would recommend this site but there are better ones out there. There isn't too much backing without checking other sources to make sure the information is accurate and trustworthy.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: Lawrence Robinson and Melinda Smith

Tags/Keywords: travel; COVID-19 testing; NYC; traveler health form

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 10/31/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

Do I have to get a covid test to go to nyc today? NY Governor's page on state guidelines about travel into NY. Helpful but out of date for current-day update and not as explicitly clear as desired. Also, all voluntary.

Topic: Life circumstances, Covid-19 Testing

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: NY Governor's office

Tags/Keywords: travel, air travel, symptoms, testing, behavior

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/15/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

How safe is air travel? Thanks to the pandemic, air travel is drastically reduced compared to this time last year. People are wondering if flying is safe, and airlines are promoting studies that suggest it’s not only safe, but potentially safer than some daily activities like grocery shopping. How much stock should we put into those claims? My go-to resource for day-to-date information, easy to understand. Tells you what he doesn't know.

Topic: Life circumstances, Managing risk

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: Aaron Carroll; Indiana University

Tags/Keywords: COVID 19;Cancer; Depression; Anxiety; Stress; Healthy Habits

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during COVID? This video took a new perspective and focused on cancer patients who are having trouble dealing with anxiety, stress, and depression. /*-->*/ I believe this video is a very easy and quick way to begin receiving help. It not only works for cancer patients but some healthy habits talked about can also help anyone as well.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Tags/Keywords: mental health, suicidal ideation, addiction

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 10/26/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

What can you tell me about mental health issues during COVID-19? Our mental health is getting beat up during this pandemic: anxiety, depression, substance abuse and suicidal ideation are all on the rise. Andy talks about it with two inspiring guests: Stephanie Wittels Wachs, the host of Last Day, and Gary Mendell, the founder of Shatterproof. Both have moving personal stories and are out to change how stigma, mental health, and addiction are talked – and thought – about. Lived experience plus expertise, low drama. Good resources in show notes

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: podcast, policy, studies, science, safe living

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 2/22/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Where can I stay up-to-date on what's happening with COVID and the science of Covid? Twice a week podcast with Andy Slavitt and Bob Wachner, MD answers questions, guest scientists and policy leaders My go-to source for up-to-date, thoughts discussions about the science, culture, politics, life on the ground during the pandemic

Topic: Life circumstances, Managing risk, Policy, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: most episodes are in the 45-60 min range

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; Pandemic; Mental health; US; depression; loneliness; distress

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 03/16/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ This article was found by searching "COVID 19 mental health US." Furthermore, it goes into detail about how the pandemic has mentally affected those in the US, as well as which age groups are more severely affected. /*-->*/ I would recommend this site as it provides a more in-depth look at the US' mental condition during the pandemic, as well as looking at the mental state of blacks, hispanics, and asians too.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Scott Keeter

Tags/Keywords: Food, shopping, safety

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 05/01/2020

Language(s): Spanish, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Tagaolg, Vietnamese

Summary:

Where do I get food during the pandemic? Protecting yourself, store workers, and other shoppers Didn't answer the question, but provides good information about shopping.

Topic: Life circumstances

Media Type: Print/Website, Video

Media Type: video and print

Minutes to Consume: <15

Author and/or Source: FDA

Tags/Keywords: COVID 19; Podcast; mental health; depression; anxiety

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ COVID 19 Mental Health Podcast /*-->*/ I believe this series of podcasts is a very very great source for mental health help for children and families and all different types of people

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: Sally Pfitzer, Dr. Archana Basu, Dr. Karestan Koenen

Tags/Keywords: Mental health, covid 19, treatment, diversity

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

Date Last Updated: 02/10/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ Mental Health COVID 19 This site gave much needed information on mental health and the many disorders that can be caused or heightened because of COVID 19 such as anxiety and depression. I loved this site because it used bullet points and easier to understand language compared to a medical journal. /*-->*/ Yes I would mention this site, only negative is that its pretty lengthy and may be above some reading levels. It talked about all different age groups and ethnic groups and communities of color

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: Nirmita Panchal , Rabah Kamal , Cynthia Cox, Rachel Garfield

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; Pandemic; Mental Health; Anxiety; Depression

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: The article mentions using statistics from the census bureau.

Date Last Updated: 06/29/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ This article was found by searching "COVID-19 and depression age groups" on duckduckgo. The article goes into a study conducted by the census bureau that reveals which age groups have the highest cases of depression and anxiety, and how they relate to the COVID-19 pandemic. /*-->*/ I would recommend it as it shows the severity of mental health issues among certain age groups thanks to the COVID-19 Pandemic, even though it does not mention diversity/inclusion in any way.

Topic: Life circumstances

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Managing risk

Tags/Keywords: Covid-19 precautions, grandparents

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Language(s): English

Summary:

What safety precautions can I take to keep my grandparents healthy from covid-19? allowing for an explanation in precautions - minimize risk, reach out, run errands for grandparents, teach then to use technology, send care packages, and keep them and yourself informed. Not well written and did not give any information that can really help also no way to find out when it was published or if references were used.

Topic: Managing risk

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Jackie Menjivar

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; travel; testing; quarantine

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Not citations but did speak with different individuals

Date Last Updated: 01/11/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

When will I be able to travel internationally again? News report providing insights into when international travel might be expected to resume more regularly It gave a news reporters compilation of information on what the travel industry might look like in 2021, with estimations based on different sources

Topic: Managing risk

Media Type: Print/Website, Video

Author and/or Source: Marnie Hunter; CNN

Tags/Keywords: Mental Health; Depression; Covid 19,

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

Date Last Updated: 05/01/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during covid? First the article starts with explaining depression and the many causes to make sure the reader understands what depression is. (This was very useful) Then it went into the various way to deal with depression such as developing long and short-term healthy habits. I would recommend this site but there are better ones out there. There isn't too much backing without checking other sources to make sure the information is accurate and trustworthy.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: Lawrence Robinson and Melinda Smith

Tags/Keywords: travel, air travel, symptoms, testing, behavior

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/15/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

How safe is air travel? Thanks to the pandemic, air travel is drastically reduced compared to this time last year. People are wondering if flying is safe, and airlines are promoting studies that suggest it’s not only safe, but potentially safer than some daily activities like grocery shopping. How much stock should we put into those claims? My go-to resource for day-to-date information, easy to understand. Tells you what he doesn't know.

Topic: Life circumstances, Managing risk

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: Aaron Carroll; Indiana University

Tags/Keywords: media, journalists,Trump, Covid research, remdesivir,vaccines, plasma, drug companies,

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/28/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ What have been the top ten lo-lights of misinformation in media in 2020? Learn the lessons of misinformation. /*-->*/ A brilliant readable compilation of thoughtful articles about the many streams of misinformation pouring forth in 2020. Recommend

Topic: Trust, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Gary Schwitzer, HealthNewsReview.org

Tags/Keywords: COVID 19;Cancer; Depression; Anxiety; Stress; Healthy Habits

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during COVID? This video took a new perspective and focused on cancer patients who are having trouble dealing with anxiety, stress, and depression. /*-->*/ I believe this video is a very easy and quick way to begin receiving help. It not only works for cancer patients but some healthy habits talked about can also help anyone as well.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19, symptoms, Spread, Transmission

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 03/20/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

How does COVID-19 spread? CDC explanation of how COVID-19 is spread easy to understand answers

Topic: Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: CDC Dr. Nancy Messonnier

Tags/Keywords: Quarantine, pods, connections, mental health, risk tolerance

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 7/15/2020

Language(s): English

Topic: Managing risk

Media Type: Print/Website

Media Type: How do I safely add someone to my Covid pod? Forming a pod, things to consider, risk profile, risk tolerance, informed consent, agreements, Comprehensive, long, considers many different circumstances

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Jeremy Adam Smith and William Winters; Greater Good Magazine

Tags/Keywords: podcast, policy, studies, science, safe living

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 2/22/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Where can I stay up-to-date on what's happening with COVID and the science of Covid? Twice a week podcast with Andy Slavitt and Bob Wachner, MD answers questions, guest scientists and policy leaders My go-to source for up-to-date, thoughts discussions about the science, culture, politics, life on the ground during the pandemic

Topic: Life circumstances, Managing risk, Policy, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: most episodes are in the 45-60 min range

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: inequities, policy, Congress, funding

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 01/27/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

What policy changes are needed to fight COVID19? Comprehensive list of legislative policy actions that could help fight COVID19 and future pandemics Comprehensive list of federal and state policy opportunities to help our public health systems address pandemics

Topic: Managing risk

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <15

Author and/or Source: United States of Care

Tags/Keywords: inflammation, mutations, transmission, immune system

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/11/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

What has science learned about covid so far? Podcast with Britt Glaunsinger is a professor in the department of molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley, and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. She has been studying viruses for 25 years, with a particular focus, before December 2019, on the herpes virus. Over the past 12 months, her lab has been focusing on strategies the virus uses to suppress the body's innate immune system. Rich with information. Good transcript and show notes.

Topic: Managing risk, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: JEFFERY DELVISCIO, Britt Glaunsinger; Scientific Amercan

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Mental Health

Tags/Keywords: Mental Health; Depression; Covid 19,

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

Date Last Updated: 05/01/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during covid? First the article starts with explaining depression and the many causes to make sure the reader understands what depression is. (This was very useful) Then it went into the various way to deal with depression such as developing long and short-term healthy habits. I would recommend this site but there are better ones out there. There isn't too much backing without checking other sources to make sure the information is accurate and trustworthy.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: Lawrence Robinson and Melinda Smith

Tags/Keywords: COVID 19;Cancer; Depression; Anxiety; Stress; Healthy Habits

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during COVID? This video took a new perspective and focused on cancer patients who are having trouble dealing with anxiety, stress, and depression. /*-->*/ I believe this video is a very easy and quick way to begin receiving help. It not only works for cancer patients but some healthy habits talked about can also help anyone as well.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Tags/Keywords: mental health, suicidal ideation, addiction

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 10/26/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

What can you tell me about mental health issues during COVID-19? Our mental health is getting beat up during this pandemic: anxiety, depression, substance abuse and suicidal ideation are all on the rise. Andy talks about it with two inspiring guests: Stephanie Wittels Wachs, the host of Last Day, and Gary Mendell, the founder of Shatterproof. Both have moving personal stories and are out to change how stigma, mental health, and addiction are talked – and thought – about. Lived experience plus expertise, low drama. Good resources in show notes

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; Pandemic; Mental health; US; depression; loneliness; distress

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 03/16/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ This article was found by searching "COVID 19 mental health US." Furthermore, it goes into detail about how the pandemic has mentally affected those in the US, as well as which age groups are more severely affected. /*-->*/ I would recommend this site as it provides a more in-depth look at the US' mental condition during the pandemic, as well as looking at the mental state of blacks, hispanics, and asians too.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Scott Keeter

Tags/Keywords: COVID 19; Podcast; mental health; depression; anxiety

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ COVID 19 Mental Health Podcast /*-->*/ I believe this series of podcasts is a very very great source for mental health help for children and families and all different types of people

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: Sally Pfitzer, Dr. Archana Basu, Dr. Karestan Koenen

Tags/Keywords: Mental health, covid 19, treatment, diversity

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

Date Last Updated: 02/10/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ Mental Health COVID 19 This site gave much needed information on mental health and the many disorders that can be caused or heightened because of COVID 19 such as anxiety and depression. I loved this site because it used bullet points and easier to understand language compared to a medical journal. /*-->*/ Yes I would mention this site, only negative is that its pretty lengthy and may be above some reading levels. It talked about all different age groups and ethnic groups and communities of color

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: Nirmita Panchal , Rabah Kamal , Cynthia Cox, Rachel Garfield

Policy

Tags/Keywords: podcast, policy, studies, science, safe living

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 2/22/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Where can I stay up-to-date on what's happening with COVID and the science of Covid? Twice a week podcast with Andy Slavitt and Bob Wachner, MD answers questions, guest scientists and policy leaders My go-to source for up-to-date, thoughts discussions about the science, culture, politics, life on the ground during the pandemic

Topic: Life circumstances, Managing risk, Policy, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: most episodes are in the 45-60 min range

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Symptoms and conditions

Tags/Keywords: Mental Health; Depression; Covid 19,

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

Date Last Updated: 05/01/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during covid? First the article starts with explaining depression and the many causes to make sure the reader understands what depression is. (This was very useful) Then it went into the various way to deal with depression such as developing long and short-term healthy habits. I would recommend this site but there are better ones out there. There isn't too much backing without checking other sources to make sure the information is accurate and trustworthy.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: Lawrence Robinson and Melinda Smith

Tags/Keywords: media, journalists,Trump, Covid research, remdesivir,vaccines, plasma, drug companies,

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/28/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ What have been the top ten lo-lights of misinformation in media in 2020? Learn the lessons of misinformation. /*-->*/ A brilliant readable compilation of thoughtful articles about the many streams of misinformation pouring forth in 2020. Recommend

Topic: Trust, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Gary Schwitzer, HealthNewsReview.org

Tags/Keywords: COVID 19;Cancer; Depression; Anxiety; Stress; Healthy Habits

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during COVID? This video took a new perspective and focused on cancer patients who are having trouble dealing with anxiety, stress, and depression. /*-->*/ I believe this video is a very easy and quick way to begin receiving help. It not only works for cancer patients but some healthy habits talked about can also help anyone as well.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19, symptoms, Spread, Transmission

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 03/20/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

How does COVID-19 spread? CDC explanation of how COVID-19 is spread easy to understand answers

Topic: Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: CDC Dr. Nancy Messonnier

Tags/Keywords: mental health, suicidal ideation, addiction

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 10/26/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

What can you tell me about mental health issues during COVID-19? Our mental health is getting beat up during this pandemic: anxiety, depression, substance abuse and suicidal ideation are all on the rise. Andy talks about it with two inspiring guests: Stephanie Wittels Wachs, the host of Last Day, and Gary Mendell, the founder of Shatterproof. Both have moving personal stories and are out to change how stigma, mental health, and addiction are talked – and thought – about. Lived experience plus expertise, low drama. Good resources in show notes

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: podcast, policy, studies, science, safe living

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 2/22/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Where can I stay up-to-date on what's happening with COVID and the science of Covid? Twice a week podcast with Andy Slavitt and Bob Wachner, MD answers questions, guest scientists and policy leaders My go-to source for up-to-date, thoughts discussions about the science, culture, politics, life on the ground during the pandemic

Topic: Life circumstances, Managing risk, Policy, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: most episodes are in the 45-60 min range

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: COVID 19; Podcast; mental health; depression; anxiety

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ COVID 19 Mental Health Podcast /*-->*/ I believe this series of podcasts is a very very great source for mental health help for children and families and all different types of people

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: Sally Pfitzer, Dr. Archana Basu, Dr. Karestan Koenen

Tags/Keywords: Mental health, covid 19, treatment, diversity

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

Date Last Updated: 02/10/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ Mental Health COVID 19 This site gave much needed information on mental health and the many disorders that can be caused or heightened because of COVID 19 such as anxiety and depression. I loved this site because it used bullet points and easier to understand language compared to a medical journal. /*-->*/ Yes I would mention this site, only negative is that its pretty lengthy and may be above some reading levels. It talked about all different age groups and ethnic groups and communities of color

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: Nirmita Panchal , Rabah Kamal , Cynthia Cox, Rachel Garfield

Treatment and care

Tags/Keywords: Mental Health; Depression; Covid 19,

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

Date Last Updated: 05/01/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during covid? First the article starts with explaining depression and the many causes to make sure the reader understands what depression is. (This was very useful) Then it went into the various way to deal with depression such as developing long and short-term healthy habits. I would recommend this site but there are better ones out there. There isn't too much backing without checking other sources to make sure the information is accurate and trustworthy.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: Lawrence Robinson and Melinda Smith

Tags/Keywords: media, journalists,Trump, Covid research, remdesivir,vaccines, plasma, drug companies,

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/28/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ What have been the top ten lo-lights of misinformation in media in 2020? Learn the lessons of misinformation. /*-->*/ A brilliant readable compilation of thoughtful articles about the many streams of misinformation pouring forth in 2020. Recommend

Topic: Trust, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Gary Schwitzer, HealthNewsReview.org

Tags/Keywords: COVID 19;Cancer; Depression; Anxiety; Stress; Healthy Habits

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How to deal with depression during COVID? This video took a new perspective and focused on cancer patients who are having trouble dealing with anxiety, stress, and depression. /*-->*/ I believe this video is a very easy and quick way to begin receiving help. It not only works for cancer patients but some healthy habits talked about can also help anyone as well.

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; New Jersey, Healthcare, insurance; health insurance; food; food accessibility, family, homeless

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 3/29/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Search: "food resources for homeless covid 19" Summary: This is a pretty lengthy document which describes the different updates to food accessibility, monetary compensation, and health insurance programs offered in New Jersey. Within the document are hyperlinks that direct you to more specific resources. I would recommend this site and it does mention inclusion when describing the resources New Jersey administers.

Topic: Food Accessibility, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19, symptoms, Spread, Transmission

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Date Last Updated: 03/20/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

How does COVID-19 spread? CDC explanation of how COVID-19 is spread easy to understand answers

Topic: Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: CDC Dr. Nancy Messonnier

Tags/Keywords: mental health, suicidal ideation, addiction

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 10/26/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

What can you tell me about mental health issues during COVID-19? Our mental health is getting beat up during this pandemic: anxiety, depression, substance abuse and suicidal ideation are all on the rise. Andy talks about it with two inspiring guests: Stephanie Wittels Wachs, the host of Last Day, and Gary Mendell, the founder of Shatterproof. Both have moving personal stories and are out to change how stigma, mental health, and addiction are talked – and thought – about. Lived experience plus expertise, low drama. Good resources in show notes

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: podcast, policy, studies, science, safe living

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 2/22/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Where can I stay up-to-date on what's happening with COVID and the science of Covid? Twice a week podcast with Andy Slavitt and Bob Wachner, MD answers questions, guest scientists and policy leaders My go-to source for up-to-date, thoughts discussions about the science, culture, politics, life on the ground during the pandemic

Topic: Life circumstances, Managing risk, Policy, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: most episodes are in the 45-60 min range

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: inflammation, mutations, transmission, immune system

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/11/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

What has science learned about covid so far? Podcast with Britt Glaunsinger is a professor in the department of molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley, and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. She has been studying viruses for 25 years, with a particular focus, before December 2019, on the herpes virus. Over the past 12 months, her lab has been focusing on strategies the virus uses to suppress the body's innate immune system. Rich with information. Good transcript and show notes.

Topic: Managing risk, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: JEFFERY DELVISCIO, Britt Glaunsinger; Scientific Amercan

Tags/Keywords: COVID 19; Podcast; mental health; depression; anxiety

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ COVID 19 Mental Health Podcast /*-->*/ I believe this series of podcasts is a very very great source for mental health help for children and families and all different types of people

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: Sally Pfitzer, Dr. Archana Basu, Dr. Karestan Koenen

Tags/Keywords: Variants, mutant, contagious, B.1.1.7

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 02/11/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

What do I need to know about variant strains? Discusses COVID variants, contagion, and impact Hard to understand, technical, good references. What the deal with variants? Description of what mutants,variants mean,how to the come about, what might we expect? /*-->*/ High level,fairly technical briefing on variants and what they mean to us.

Topic: Treatment and care, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Heather Marshallk, PhD and Vito Iacoviello, MD; EBSCO Health Notes

Tags/Keywords: Mental health, covid 19, treatment, diversity

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

Date Last Updated: 02/10/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ Mental Health COVID 19 This site gave much needed information on mental health and the many disorders that can be caused or heightened because of COVID 19 such as anxiety and depression. I loved this site because it used bullet points and easier to understand language compared to a medical journal. /*-->*/ Yes I would mention this site, only negative is that its pretty lengthy and may be above some reading levels. It talked about all different age groups and ethnic groups and communities of color

Topic: Mental Health, Life circumstances, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: Nirmita Panchal , Rabah Kamal , Cynthia Cox, Rachel Garfield

Trust

Tags/Keywords: media, journalists,Trump, Covid research, remdesivir,vaccines, plasma, drug companies,

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/28/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ What have been the top ten lo-lights of misinformation in media in 2020? Learn the lessons of misinformation. /*-->*/ A brilliant readable compilation of thoughtful articles about the many streams of misinformation pouring forth in 2020. Recommend

Topic: Trust, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Gary Schwitzer, HealthNewsReview.org

Tags/Keywords: Trust, policy-making, CDC, SAGE

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 01/14/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ How does science inform policy? The pandemic is a high-stakes, real-time test of how science informs policy, and the first assessments of how decision-makers have tapped scientists for guidance are now emerging. /*-->*/ Intriguing thoughts about the political nature of policy with broad implications set against the narrow view of science

Topic: Trust

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Alison Snyder, Axios

Tags/Keywords: Rumors, trust, misinformation, vaccine hesitany, vaccine confidence project

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 10/13/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ Vaccine misinformation? Founder of the Vaccine Confidence Project, Heidi Larson, works to understand vaccine hesitancy. /*-->*/ Recommend. International approaches to misinformation, rumor management. International. Thoughtful

Topic: Trust, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: Jenny Anderson NY Times

Vaccination

Tags/Keywords: Vaccine safety

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 01/25/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Which vaccine is safe for COVID-19? Safety summary of Pfizer and Moderna vaccine available. Safety summary of the 2 approved FDA (Moderna and Pfizer) available

Topic: Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <30

Author and/or Source: CDC

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: We see there is a lot of source information here but it isn't explicitly called out.

Date Last Updated: 01/25/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

A CDC created high level set of questions and answers on COVID-19 vaccination. We looked at a specific question and the response and found the information helpful but it didn't really address our specific question about whether or not I could go to indoor restaurant for indoor dining with others after having been vaccinated. The high fog index suggests normal people might have trouble with this response and still feel the question they had remains unanswered.

Topic: Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website, Video

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Tags/Keywords: COVID-19; vaccine; vaccination; immunization

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: No

Language(s): English

Summary:

What are the covid vaccine priority groups in Georgia? A variety of information related to COVID-19 vaccination in the state of Georgia, including vaccination locations, vaccination dashboard, vaccination hotline, vaccine administration groups/phases, which group(s) are currently being vaccinated, and the Georgia vaccine plan. The state department of health should be a trusted authority on COVID-19 vaccination

Topic: Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <15

Author and/or Source: Georgia Department of Health (no individual listed)

Tags/Keywords: media, journalists,Trump, Covid research, remdesivir,vaccines, plasma, drug companies,

Readability: 13-17 (college)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/28/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ What have been the top ten lo-lights of misinformation in media in 2020? Learn the lessons of misinformation. /*-->*/ A brilliant readable compilation of thoughtful articles about the many streams of misinformation pouring forth in 2020. Recommend

Topic: Trust, Managing risk, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: >30

Author and/or Source: Gary Schwitzer, HealthNewsReview.org

Tags/Keywords: podcast, policy, studies, science, safe living

Advertising?: Yes

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 2/22/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

Where can I stay up-to-date on what's happening with COVID and the science of Covid? Twice a week podcast with Andy Slavitt and Bob Wachner, MD answers questions, guest scientists and policy leaders My go-to source for up-to-date, thoughts discussions about the science, culture, politics, life on the ground during the pandemic

Topic: Life circumstances, Managing risk, Policy, Symptoms and conditions, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: most episodes are in the 45-60 min range

Author and/or Source: Andy Slavitt; Lemonada Media

Tags/Keywords: covid-19 vaccine safety

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: January 8, 2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

How safe is COVID-19 vaccine? Describing how vaccine is developed through mrna technology. First on the google search

Topic: Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <30

Author and/or Source: Lisa Maragakis, and Gabor Kelen; Johns Hopkins

Tags/Keywords: inflammation, mutations, transmission, immune system

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 12/11/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

What has science learned about covid so far? Podcast with Britt Glaunsinger is a professor in the department of molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley, and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. She has been studying viruses for 25 years, with a particular focus, before December 2019, on the herpes virus. Over the past 12 months, her lab has been focusing on strategies the virus uses to suppress the body's innate immune system. Rich with information. Good transcript and show notes.

Topic: Managing risk, Treatment and care, Covid-19 Testing, Vaccination

Media Type: Audio

Minutes to Consume: 16 - 30

Author and/or Source: JEFFERY DELVISCIO, Britt Glaunsinger; Scientific Amercan

Tags/Keywords: Rumors, trust, misinformation, vaccine hesitany, vaccine confidence project

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 10/13/2020

Language(s): English

Summary:

/*-->*/ Vaccine misinformation? Founder of the Vaccine Confidence Project, Heidi Larson, works to understand vaccine hesitancy. /*-->*/ Recommend. International approaches to misinformation, rumor management. International. Thoughtful

Topic: Trust, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: 6 -15

Author and/or Source: Jenny Anderson NY Times

Tags/Keywords: Variants, mutant, contagious, B.1.1.7

Readability: 9-12 (high school)

Advertising?: No

References Cited?: Yes

Date Last Updated: 02/11/2021

Language(s): English

Summary:

What do I need to know about variant strains? Discusses COVID variants, contagion, and impact Hard to understand, technical, good references. What the deal with variants? Description of what mutants,variants mean,how to the come about, what might we expect? /*-->*/ High level,fairly technical briefing on variants and what they mean to us.

Topic: Treatment and care, Vaccination

Media Type: Print/Website

Minutes to Consume: <5

Author and/or Source: Heather Marshallk, PhD and Vito Iacoviello, MD; EBSCO Health Notes