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Want more happiness? Try this

July 2, 2021

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Kelly Bilodeau, Former Executive Editor, Harvard Women's Health Watch

Kelly Bilodeau is the former executive editor of Harvard Women’s Health Watch. She began her career as a newspaper reporter and later went on to become a managing editor at HCPro, a Boston-area healthcare publishing company, … See Full Bio
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Comments

K P Vasudeva Rao
July 3, 2021

Hi,
This is a much awaited article as many people are suffering from mental trauma due the Covid-19 pandemic.
Your suggestion that if you have had full vaccination, you can go out and enjoy is rather too early to implement. But still one can try. In India there have been cases of relapses of Coronavirus infection even after 2 dose of the vaccine. Maybe it is the Delta variant of the virus causing this. But I do appreciate that we do need some sort of mood elevator and your recommendation of exercise out in the sun is welcome.
I guess I will share this article on my FB page.
Adios.

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