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Tips for Handling Controversial Holiday Conversations, from Toastmasters

This has been a difficult year, to put it mildly. We’re dealing with a pandemic, politics are ugly and people are generally on edge. There’s a very good chance that holiday gatherings, (such as they are), may be scenes of tense conversation, even argument.

The experts at Toastmasters…

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Emergency Physicians Urge Vigilance as COVID-19 Surges Across Country

The current surge of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations is extremely concerning for emergency physicians, patients, and health systems.

With the U.S. surpassing 11 million cases and 1 million new cases recorded in just six days, this wave is bigger than what we experienced in the spring and is…

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Put the Gourmet Touch on Classic American Comfort Food

American classics like mac and cheese and cheeseburgers don’t have to be predictable. With the right touches they can be so much more while still retaining their comfort-food goodness. Cheeses Of Europe shows you how:

Mac and Cheese

According to a recent article in Forbes, we are…

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37% Americans Are Happy with Their Financial Health

The economic harm caused by the pandemic is not being felt equally by all Americans. While some have faced economic stress from the beginning others – particularly those who can work from home – have weathered the crisis reasonably well. A new survey from mobile banking platform N26 adds some detail to…

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