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COVID Chronicles | The Built Environment & Health

Throughout the pandemic, people have spent more time indoors — and in limited locations — than ever before. This episode explores how our health and well-being are influenced by the built environment that we navigate in our daily lives. Experts discuss environmental psychology, biophilia, and a range of building types.
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COVID Chronicles | COVID-19 Stave vs State

States have used different strategies to mitigate the spread and health impacts of the pandemic. In this episode, host Preye Jituboh speaks with experts in public health, healthcare delivery and hospital operations and management about the tactics that Georgia and New York have used during the past year.
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COVID Chronicles | COVID-19 & Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected mental health in various ways, particularly during widespread lockdowns and quarantine periods. Host Abel Girma talks with experts about the sociopsychological effects that have developed during the past year, including increases in substance use in the U.S.
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COVID Chronicles | Food & Nutrition During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had wide-ranging effects on food systems across the world, particularly in Africa. This episode of The COVID Chronicles explores insights from academics, sustainability experts and residents in Ghana to form a holistic view about barriers during lockdowns, initiatives to stabilize food systems and what to anticipate next.
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COVID Chronicles | The GAP: Gaming in a Pandemic

During the pandemic, video gaming has become a valuable form of entertainment that has seen exponential growth as an industry. More and more people are playing games, and the way games are being viewed by society is shifting to a more positive perspective and potentially life-saving resource during this time. The GAP explores the growth of video games as an industry, in media, and among American society.
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