Zoom-y greetings, Friends of TVD! HIPAA-compliant Zoom, that is. As most of you know, The Village Doctor has been “Zooming” you for Telehealth since the beginning of these Pandemic days. In March went the extra mile and worked
Rainy greetings, Friends of TVD, Rain has never been more welcome. In keeping with the metaphor of rain washing our air and surfaces clean of contaminants, let me share a vaccine success story from my friends at Stanford
Stay well, Friends of TVD, What a disquieting week, and what dystopian skies. A reinforcing message regarding the wisdom of masks? Read more about masks below, and for now join Team TVD in missing the typical blue skies
Healthy greetings Friends of TVD, “Public Service Announcement”. Two things, important to many in our TVD community. The first are two announcements from the hard working team at NARAL Pro-Choice America, commonly known as simply NARAL, whose 2.5
Be well, stay safe, TVD friends, For those of us living in California, much less the San Francisco peninsula, this has been a harrowing week of smoke and fire, of asthma flairs, evacuation alerts, and for some, the
What a crazy week, TVD friends, I hope that this newsletter finds you safe, and well. The Team at The Village Doctor is holding all of you affected by this week’s California wildfires close in our respective hearts.
Due to the spread of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), children, like adults, are also affected emotionally and mentally due to physical distancing, quarantine, and nationwide school closures all over the world. More so, staying at home in isolation
Political greetings, TVD friends, In a word: Kamala! In a few more words: read, talk, learn, get involved, VOTE! NOTE: CV🦠News is a labor of love. If you enjoy reading this, please share widely! Was this forwarded
Somber greetings, TVD friends, So for all our complaining about San Mateo County being back on the “watch list” we must, as global citizens, pause and reflect on the horror inflicted upon Beirut, Lebanon on Tuesday.
Greetings, TVD friends, Ugh, so we (San Mateo County) are back on the “watch list”. On Wednesday, July 29th, State officials noted, “San Mateo County is experiencing an elevated case rate that exceeds the State threshold. The