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A Simple Antidote to Help With Coronavirus Anxiety

It’s a science-backed mindfulness tool called Just the Facts, and it actually works

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EEvery single morning for the past 10 days, I’ve woken up with a singular thought blaring in my brain, a certainty: Well, it’s finally here. I’ve caught the coronavirus.




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