Amid India's COVID surge, regular folks are channeling their time, talents and resources to support their neighbors — and strangers, too. Public health experts say it's making a real impact.
One aspect of Georgia's election reform is the rule restricting how food and drink can be shared with people waiting in line to cast a ballot. An international charity that fed voters in the last election cycle said the law gets it all wrong.
"Lebanese people have to help each other in the absence of a functioning state," says Hussein Kazoun of Nation Station, a volunteer disaster relief effort operating out of an abandoned gas station.
Keeping your brain busy but relaxed by volunteering, gardening, or learning a new language, for example, can help you cope with hard times now and in the future, psychiatrists say.