We need to pay attention to the latest information regarding the current pandemic, but we can also choose to attend to content that will bolster us and help reframe that information in a way that can reduce our distress. Accordingly, Cooper has initiated the Daily Dose, an brief, daily posting at http://wellness.cooperhealth.org/ to help you keep perspective while we work through this challenge together. Our goal is to be as all inclusive as possible, recognizing that not all postings will speak to everyone, and still we hope that at least some are meaningful to you.

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