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  1. I AM ALS

    I AM ALS is a patient-led, patient-centric movement ready to lead the fight for a cure.

    Education
  2. Tabitha Farrar on Eating Disorder Recovery

    Tabitha Farrar, one of the founders of World Eating Disorders Action Day, shares her experience of blogging about recovery — and supporting others in their own journeys.

    Education
    Neural Rewiring for Eating Disorder Recovery book cover, tabithafarrar.com
  3. Blue House Organics

    Blue House Organics is a 20-acre organic vegetable farm that offers harvest boxes online.

    Food
  4. Help Colorado Now

    Help Colorado Now is a hub to organize health care professionals, volunteers, supplies, and monetary and blood donations to help people across the US state of Colorado during the COVID-19 crisis.

    Current Events
  5. Not Every Pandemic Is the Black Death

    Dr. Eleanor Janega, a Medievalist, dives deep into the history of pandemics and dispels common mistakes about one of the most notorious (and deadly) ones — the 14th-century Black Death.

    Current Events
  6. Tell Us How Your Site Is Adapting to COVID-19

    With a pandemic raging across the entire world, many are finding solace in their online communities.

    Current Events
  7. Mapping 2019-nCoV

    An interactive web-based dashboard to track COVID-19 in real-time, courtesy of the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at John Hopkins University.

    Health
  8. We Can’t Travel, But the World Is Still Ours to Explore

    With the coronavirus pandemic bringing global tourism to an abrupt halt, travel writer Shivya Nath shares her ideas for safe, responsible exploration.

    Current Events
  9. Blue Ocean Mariculture

    Blue Ocean Mariculture, the only offshore fish farm in the United States, is the sole producer of Hawaiian Kanpachi, a sashimi-grade white fish, which is raised sustainably in the waters off Hawaii.

    Animals
  10. Gratitude When It’s Not Expected

    Alzheimer’s is a painful, drawn-out disease, especially for a child caring for a parent in decline. But in a fraught mother-daughter relationship, the disease’s emotional shifts also create moments of unexpected beauty where once there was only tension.

    Family
  11. Years ago I trained to be a doula for the dying, a companion for those in the last stages of life, visiting an hour or so a week or a day. That did not prepare me for living with someone who tells me regularly she only has two weeks to live.  

    Family
  12. The New Food Economy

    We all have to eat. At The New Food Economy, a nonprofit newsroom, in-depth reporting helps us understand what we eat, why we’re eating it, and the forces that influence those choices, for better and worse.

    Animals
  13. The Wellness Almanac

    The Wellness Almanac is a community almanac from Pemberton, Lil’wat, Area C and N’Quatqua in Canada. The site is a project of the Winds of Change Steering Committee to help promote healthy relationships and respect between the First Nations and farming communities that reside in these areas.

    Health
  14. Project Semicolon

    Project Semicolon is a nonprofit and online resource dedicated to the prevention of suicide. Browse stories and information on mental illness, loss and grief, and topics especially for teens, like bullying.

    Education
  15. Dr. Jen Gunter

    Dr. Jen Gunter is an OB/GYN and a pain medicine physician, often been called “Twitter’s resident gynecologist.” She is a fierce and vocal advocate for women’s health and writes incisive posts on sex, science, and more.

    Authors