How to stay honest when filing taxes in a pandemic year

Many in the U.S. will be filing their personal income tax returns in the next few days, as the deadline ...
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What US medical supply chain can learn from the fashion industry

The shortage of crucial medical supplies, especially personal protective equipment, has crippled the United States’ ability to quell the COVID-19 ...
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Young musicians can perform on virtual stages when schools are closed

Live performances ceased across the U.S. and around the world in early 2020 as governments everywhere barred large gatherings to ...
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Money buys even more happiness than it used to

Many factors determine happiness, but one has stirred considerable controversy over the years: money. While the old adage says that ...
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Hong Kong activists now face a choice: stay silent, or flee the city. The world must give them a path to safety

In recent days, the prime ministers of the UK and Australia each declared they are working toward providing safe haven ...
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How did ‘white’ become a metaphor for all things good?

Shortly after George Floyd’s death, one of my friends texted me that Floyd wasn’t necessarily a bad person, but, pointing ...
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New York’s latest redesign in times of dramatic change opens traffic clogged streets to people during pandemic

On some normally congested New York City streets, cars are gone, replaced by diners tentatively returning to restaurants – though ...
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How Hemingway felt about fatherhood

Ernest Hemingway was affectionately called “Papa,” but what kind of dad was he? In my role as Associate Editor of ...
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How to deal with judgment: others’ and ours

Sixty years ago, Theodore Seuss Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss) wrote “The Sneetches.” Many of his rhyming narratives for children conveyed ...
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Fireworks can torment veterans and survivors of gun violence with PTSD – here’s how to celebrate with respect for those who served

For some combat veterans, the Fourth of July is not a time to celebrate the independence of the country they ...
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Within the next decade prisoners in US suffering dementia may hit 200,000 – many won’t even know why they are behind bars

Prison officials are bracing for a silver tsunami that will flood correctional facilities with elderly and often vulnerable prisoners. Like ...
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Telltale signs of a stroke

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention statistics indicate more than 795,000 people annually have a stroke, and stroke kills about ...
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What US medical supply chain can learn from the fashion industry

The shortage of crucial medical supplies, especially personal protective equipment, has crippled the United States’ ability to quell the COVID-19 ...
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Millennials drive for 8% fewer trips than older generations

Millennials – typically defined as those born between 1981 and 1996 – have gotten a lot of press, both positive ...
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The history of ‘coming out,’ from secret gay code to popular political protest

You probably know what it means to “come out” as gay. You may even have heard the expression used in ...
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