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The resurgence of COVID. Forest fires in the west, Afghanistan. Traffic jam in Washington. Drought. Hurricanes. Wickedness at all levels, from the personal to the political. The list of depressing phenomena that strike us daily is simply overwhelming. No wonder there is a mental health crisis plaguing so many of …

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Why automating your savings works

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on product links from our affiliate partners. You may have noticed that almost all financial advisers and financial experts have more or less the …

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Latest news on coronavirus: Significant increase in inevitable cases amid summer festivals and back to school, expert warns

A The plan for the booster vaccines is “urgent” because the protection provided by two doses of Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines could fall below 50% for the elderly by winter, a prominent scientist has warned. Professor Tim Spector, senior scientist at study app Zoe Covid, said the results showed protection …

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CrossTower ranked among the top four world stock exchanges in

New York, NY, August 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – CrossTower, one of the world’s fastest growing crypto trading and investment companies, today announced that it has received an AA rating from the provider data on CryptoCompare crypto assets in its August 2021 exchange Benchmark Report. CrossTower joins crypto industry leaders …

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Tourism and economic development leaders team up to recruit back in Arkansas

As COVID-19 has impacted tourism and travel as well as business development, Arkansas is working to stay open and ready for business. Arkansas tourism and economics officials have spent many years trying to get people to work, live, and play in Arkansas. Three people working hard on these efforts have …

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VOICE: Celebrate Safe Beach Safety Week

August 22-28 has been proclaimed Beach Safety Week in the state. Mayor Derek Kawakami took the time to officially issue a Kaua’i proclamation, and we water safety advocates are very grateful. Our mayor himself has suffered two personal family losses through drowning, so he is very aware of the challenge …

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Van Gogh Philly’s “Immersive” exhibition has been postponed

A highly anticipated ‘immersive’ Van Gogh digital show, which is slated to open somewhere at some point this week, has been delayed, a spokesperson for ‘Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience’ said on Monday, compounding the frustration of those who have already purchased tickets. . “Due to the impact of COVID-19 …

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CFOs Strive to Manage Higher Costs and Transportation Problems

CFOs settle for less as they strive to reduce the impact of rising costs and supply disruptions on their businesses. Firms in various industries face inflationary pressures caused by factors such as rising commodity prices, supply chain failures, and high demand for shipping capacity. Many of them respond by raising …

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Be aware of Biles’ struggle; It’s hers

The following words, put together and spoken by Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of this nation, might be my all-time favorite. “It’s not the critic that counts; not the man who shows how the strongman stumbles, or where the perpetrator could have done them better. The credit goes to the …

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Derry organizations donated £ 500 as part of Good Relations Week

Funding requests from groups to participate in Good Relations Week were invited by the City of Derry and Strabane District Council. Good Relations Week 2021 will run from Monday September 20 to Sunday September 26 and will reintroduce a program of face-to-face events in line with Covid guidelines, as well …

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