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What is a Recession and is the U.S. in a Recession?

SNHU economics instructor Valbona Cela answers questions about what a recession is, whether the U.S. is in one, and offered insight about the effects of the recession on businesses and individuals and what you can do to try to prepare financially for a recession.
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What is Monkeypox?

In May, the World Health Organization reported outbreaks of monkeypox in several countries. Dr. Leanne Skehan, a clinical faculty member in SNHU's public health program, answered questions about what the virus is, how it is contracted and whether experts are worried about the spread of the disease.
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Mental Health Awareness Month: What is Mental Health and Why is it Important?

Dr. Matt Glowiak, clinical faculty in SNHU's master's in clinical mental health counseling program, offers his expert advice on what mental health and mental health awareness is, why it continues to carry stigma, and how individuals can better focus on their mental health.
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How to Talk to Kids About Ukraine, War and Other Difficult Topics

As the fighting in Ukraine continues and reports of civilian deaths and other atrocities fill the airwaves, some parents are confronted with difficult questions from their children. Dr. Rebecca Sheffield, a clinical faculty member in SNHU’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, offers her advice to parents struggling to explain the war – or other difficult topics on their kids’ minds.

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