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When the pandemic stopped him in his tracks, celebrity chef Arnold Myint quietly closed his Nashville restaurants and retreated to a small desert town in Southern California, and soon fell in love with cooking all over again.
One day in March, after a stressful grocery run, classical singer Chris Mann went in his bathroom and recorded the parody music video "My Corona" on his smartphone. Two days later it had 4 million views.
Nearly half (45 percent) of adults across the country say that worry and stress related to COVID-19 are hurting their mental health, and the implications are concerning, particularly for adults who identify as LGBTQ+, who are twice as likely as heterosexual adults to live with a mental health condition.
With Americans stuck at home during the COVID-19 crisis, they are consuming more media than ever via streaming services, according to a new survey by TransUnion. And during Pride month there is no shortage of content.
In the early 1970s, Julian Stanley, launched the Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth (SMPY) near the end of his career at Johns Hopkins University. Camilla P. Benbow, dean of Vanderbilt Peabody College, took over the project as a graduate student, and has been tracking the subjects for 45 years.
With COVID-19 disrupting schedules and ramping up stress levels, it’s only natural that our sleep patterns would be affected. Vanderbilt's Dr. Beth Malow has solutions.
Like other businesses built around the in-person experience, the Belcourt has had to shift strategies in order to meet patrons where they are.
With the school year cut short, LGBTQ+ teens have had fewer opportunities to connect with peers in supportive spaces during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations are stepping up to help.
Addiction thrives in isolation, so sheltering in place and social distancing during COVID-19 can be challenging for people in recovery as well as for those who are susceptible to substance misuse. Professor Andrew Finch provides tips for staying sober.
Children may think more flexibly about gender identities than previously thought, according to a first-of-its kind study that examined children’s reactions to a genderless character on the Amazon children’s television program Annedroids.
Eradicating homelessness in America is possible, but it will take “political will,” according Vanderbilt University research professor and author Marybeth Shinn.
For people with disabilities, the impact of COVID-19 brings new challenges, including increased barriers to healthcare, information and much needed support systems.
Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga donated more than a dozen Cassiopea, or “upside-down jellyfish,” to the School for Science and Math at Vanderbilt so that Nashville high schoolers can learn about conservation.