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★ THANKSGIVING 2020: Rethinking the holidays season, from The Lily, “Holidays are dicey this year. Here are ideas for safe ways to celebrate Thanksgiving.”
★ WISE DOGS: Learning a lesson from our canine companions, from The New York Times, “Old Dogs, New Research and the Secrets of Aging”
★ RETIRING BOOMERS: Boomers? Retirement? Fromm the Pew Research Center, “The pace of Boomer retirements has accelerated in the past year”
★ MISSED: Left out of the stimulus? From The 19th News, “Why women-owned businesses are struggling — and how a new round of stimulus could help”
★ END GAME?: Another win in the effort to control the Covid-19 pandemic, from Fast Company (Compass), “Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine: 5 things you need to know”
★AI LIE DETECTOR: Disinformation? From Fast Company (Compass), “This tool could act as an early warning system for harmful conspiracy theories”
★ REMINDER: Do you feel like you are having problems with your memory lately? Covid-19 and the lockdowns may be contributing factors. From the BBC (Future), “Lockdown has affected your memory – here’s why”
★PLANNING FOR THE HOLIDAYS: A this time the advice in this article from Wired should be considered as part of your Thanksgiving and Christmas planning, “How to Reduce (but Not Eliminate) Covid Risk at Holiday Gatherings”
★ PRACTICAL TIPS:Working remotely? If so, this article from Forbes provides some practical advice on “How To Build A Better Relationship With Your Boss While Working From Home”
★ RECEPTIVE: A change in the majority towards the acceptance of Covid-19 vaccination, from Gallup, “More Americans Now Willing to Get COVID-19 Vaccine”
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