Collected Blog Series: Well-Being in the Age of COVID-19


At the beginning of the 2020 coronavirus crisis, we reached out to Johns Hopkins University Press authors – experts in fields of health and wellness – for their advice on how to weather this unprecedented storm. We happily received, read through, and published the submissions that came in, and we welcome you to explore them as well. Topics covered include mental health, the future of international travel, physical wellness, and much more. The entire series, “Wellbeing in the Age of COVID-19,” is free to read via the links below:

“Dementia-Aware” Support for Family and Professional Caregivers Through the COVID-19 Pandemic – By Laura Wayman

How Will International Travel Change After the Coronavirus Pandemic? – By Charles E. Davis, M.D.

The “Hidden Pandemic” - The Psychological Impact of COVID-19 – By George S. Everly, Jr., PhD, ABPP

Coping with Behavioral Addictions During COVID-19 – By Jon E. Grant, JD, MD, MPH

Helping Older Individuals Manage Anxiety and Depression during the COVID-19 Crisis – By Mark D. Miller, M.D., and Charles F. Reynolds III, M.D.

Possible Implications of the Novel Coronavirus for Mood Disorders – By Merry Noel Miller, M.D.

Dementia Care and Communication during the Coronavirus Pandemic – By Rachael Wonderlin, MS

Managing Depression during the Coronavirus Crisis – By Susan J. Noonan MD, MPH

Implications of the Coronavirus for Children – By Edward Bell, PharmD, BCPS

Living with Diabetes during the COVID-19 Pandemic – By Michael W. Quartuccio, MD

Wellbeing for Teens and Kids in the Time of COVID-19 – By Kathleen Trainor, PsyD

Alcoholism and COVID-19 – By Michael S. Levy, Ph.D.

How to Successfully Share Coronavirus Information with an Individual with Dementia Symptoms – By Laura Wayman

Rheumatoid Arthritis and COVID-19 – By Tammi L. Shlotzhauer, M.D.

As we learn more about COVID-19, important information about the latest guidelines can be found on these websites:

World Health Organization -
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -
Food and Drug Administration -


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