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★ VOTE 2020: !From the 19th, “The 19th Explains: Everything you need to know about voting and Election Day 2020”
★ SOCIAL DILEMMA: Have you viewed the film, The Social Dilemma? Some ideas, from The Center for Humane Technology, on what you can do next, “Take Control”
★ MORE HEART: More information on Covid-19’s damage to your heart, from Undark, “Experts Raise Questions Over ‘Scary’ Covid Heart Studies”
★PROTECTING PUBLIC HEALTH: A you employed as a Public Health worker in California? If so, this article from Undark may be of interest to you. “In California, Public Health Workers Given New Privacy Protection”
★ TILTED: The lopsided Covid-19 recession, from The Washington Post, “The covid-19 recession is the most unequal in modern U.S. history”
★POLITICS OR HEALTH?: Reopening schools: science or politics? From the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE), the results of a study, “Politics, not science, driving many school opening plans”
★ AFFORDABLE CARE: On the eve of the Supreme Court case (California v. Texas) making the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) uncertain. The California Health Care Foundation has release a new report, “We are hard workers, we just cannot afford the health care system.”
★ FEMALE RECESSION 2020: A look at the depth of the female recession, from the 19th, “865,000 women left the workforce last month”
★ LONG COVID: What is “Long Covid” and why is it important? From BMJ ( a “high impact medical journal”), “Why we need to keep using the patient made term “Long Covid”
★ WOMEN IN THE WORKPLACE 2020: The 6th Annual “Women in the Workplace” study and report, from McKinsey.
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