Simone Biles’ decision is sparking conversations about the pressures these athletes face and the importance of mental healthcare. Experts believe it could usher in a shift away from the stigma tied to therapy.
Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital, University of Virginia Medical Center, and Augusta Health are not requiring employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19. All three, though, do highly encourage staff to get it.
Officials with Pfizer announced Thursday they are seeing decreasing immunity from its COVID-19 vaccine. They said they’ll develop a booster dose that will protect against variants, like the Delta Variant.
A new program in Augusta County is taking fun on the road. After a year of isolation during COVID-19, the Parks and Recreation Department wanted to get kids out and active, and they’re using the Rollin’ RecMobile to make that happen.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library in Staunton is doing something new. It’s an exhibit, not about century-old history, but instead it’s about modern-day experiences and the history being made right now by people in the Shenandoah Valley.
We’ve heard a lot about the coronavirus vaccine, but there are others that prevent what can be deadly health issues. Unfortunately, the pandemic has gotten in the way of many people staying up to date.