Biden Challenge: 100 Million Vaccinations In 100 Days Not Easy

21 January 2021

It’s in the nature of presidential candidates and new presidents to promise big things. Just months after his 1961 inauguration, President John F. Kennedy vowed to send a man to the moon by the end of the decade.

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Online Sign-Ups Complicate Vaccine Rollout

20 January 2021

Howard Jones, who’s 83, was on the phone for three to four hours every day trying to sign up for a coronavirus vaccine.

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7 Credit Card Perks To Prioritize In 2021

19 January 2021

As you lay the groundwork for 2021 financial resolutions, take inventory of your credit cards to see if they’re still in line with your goals and priorities. 

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5 Reasons To Wear A Mask Even After You’re Vaccinated

18 January 2021

As an emergency physician, Dr. Eugenia South was in the first group of people to receive a covid vaccine. She received her second dose last week, even before President-elect Joe Biden.

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Negative Thoughts About Aging Can Harm Your Spouse

17 January 2021

Older husbands and wives can expect their health to decline, as well as that of their spouse, when their self-perceptions about aging become negative, a new study suggests.

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Pandemic: Life And Money Lessons Create New Opportunity

16 January 2021

I’m a “be prepared” kind of person. I like having money in the bank and a good stock of emergency supplies.

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