A recent survey shows that 6 in 10 Americans say their sleep routine during the COVID-19 outbreak has them feeling more tired than ever before, and 70% say their sleep pattern is inconsistent (2:51). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 15, 2020

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Survey: Americans Feel Sleepier Than Ever During PandemicA recent survey shows that 6 in 10 Americans say their sleep routine during the COVID-19 outbreak has them feeling more tired than ever before, and 70% say their sleep pattern is inconsistent (2:51). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 15, 2020
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How To Begin Building Relationship Bridges Between RacesDr. Kirsten Lind Seal and Dr. Shonda Craft discuss this all-important issue (6:21). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 1, 2020
60% Of Singles Are Cautious About In-Person DatingQuarantine meant more people were mingling online in hopes of finding that special someone (2:51). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 25, 2020
There Are Other Ways To Observe And Honor LGBTQ+ Pride This YearTwin Cities Pride board member Felix Foster shares some of the ways people can observe Pride amid COVID-19 and given the current unrest (3:35). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 24, 2020
How Minneapolis's Past Has Played Into Inequalities Of TodayFormer MPR News reporter Tom Weber, author of "Minneapolis: An Urban Biography," explains. (Weber is married to Minnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan.) (5:12) WCCO Mid-Morning - June 19, 2020
People Are More Generous Than You Might Think, Study FindsSociologists at Ohio State University say people tend to do right by each other, even with strangers (3:18). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 18, 2020
How Resilience Can Help You Work Through COVID-19 PandemicTo manifest resilience in your own life, do certain things, relationship guru Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal explains (5:40). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 17, 2020
The History And Significance Of JuneteenthIt's a day that marks the end of slavery in the United States, but for many the day is so much more, Lee Jordan, national Juneteenth state and regional director explains (3:54). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 17, 2020
Following SCOTUS Ruling, What's Next In Fight For LGBTQ+ Equality?Nick Alm, executive director and co-founder of Mossier, a Twin Cities nonprofit helping businesses offer inclusivity for LGBTQ+ people, discusses the ruling (3:13). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 16, 2020
Trying New Things Can Lead To Happiness, Study FindsBrain scans have found activation in the brain regions that process novelty and reward (3:16). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 16, 2020
How Systemic Racism Functions In Everyday LifeIt's a topic many have talked about for years, but now others are recognizing the impact it has on almost every aspect of our society, Heather Brown reports (). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 16, 2020
Minnesota Board of Pardons Approves First Posthumous Pardon In State HistoryMax Mason, a Black circus worker who worked with three other Black men who were publicly lynched in Duluth 100 years ago, was convicted and sentenced to 30 years in prison for rape. The allegations were later proven to be untrue. Reg Chapman reports on the historic pardon (1:30). WCCO 4 News At Noon - June 12, 2020
Bridging The Racial Divide: A Relationship DiscussionDr. Kirsten Lind Seal and Dr. Shonda Craft speak with Heather Brown (7:09). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 11, 2020
Finding Comfort, Reflection And The Path To Make A DifferenceGeorge Floyd’s death, recent unrest and dealing with racism are serious issues people are now having to manage and heal from, lifestyle contributor Jasmine Stringer explains (5:31). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 9, 2020
For Community Elders, Riots Reopen Old WoundsFifty-three years ago, the National Guard was sent to the Hawthorne neighborhood of North Minneapolis when young African-American residents rebelled against an unjust power structure, Jamie Yuccas reports (2:45). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 3, 2020
Would You Trust A Coin Flip To Make A Major Life Decision?A new study says flipping a coin to decide something like whether to move or quit your job can actually help people make big choices and make them happier (2:51). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 21, 2020
How COVID-19 Is Hitting LGBTQ Kids Particularly HardDr. Angela Kade Goepferd, medical director of the gender health program at Children's Minnesota, explains (3:04). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 20, 2020
Is This Stay-At-Home Fatigue Or Is It Depression?Relationships expert Dr. Shonda Craft talks about how to evaluate your feelings (4:51). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 13, 2020
57 Is 'Officially Old,' According To A SurveyWCCO viewers shared their thoughts about what they think "officially old" means (3:39). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 12, 2020
Minnesota's Grade For Social Distancing Takes A Hit, Survey FindsUsing cellphone data, tracking company Unacast initially gave us an "A" for staying home and limiting contact with others (3:24). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 8, 2020
How To Cope With The Many Types Of Grief The Pandemic Is FosteringRelationship guru Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal talks about such topics as anticipatory grief, grief over loss, and grief over our own powerlessness (7:10). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 6, 2020
What Old-School Games Are Floating Your Boat These Days?Puzzle sales at the world's largest deliverer are up 2,000% (2:39). WCCO Mid-Morning - April 8, 2020

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