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Sister Wives’ Meri Brown Finds “Courage” After Kody Brown Split

Meri Brown is sharing some words of wisdom following her split from Kody Brown. One day after confirming on the Sister Wives: One on One special that she and Kody have ended their 32-year polygamous relationship, the TLC star posted a cryptic message on Instagram about finding self-worth. “If you don’t want to make waves, keep on … Read more

Sudders to retire in January; Twitter poll finds users want Musk to step down Twitter

Marylou Sudders, who oversaw COVID-19 response efforts and helmed the sprawling health and human services secretariat, plans to retire from public service early next year. Sudders notified state employees Monday of her plans in her monthly newsletter, which she said would be her last. “Having entered state service in 1978, it has been the privilege … Read more

Car dealership finds remedy for ailing service department

Fixed Ops Journal interviewed Butler in April shortly after he was hired to manage the service department at the 55-year-old Honda dealership, one of 31 rooftops owned by the Memphis-based Umansky Automotive Group in California, Mississippi, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin. In the June issue of FOJ, he outlined the challenges he faced and presented a … Read more

Winning World Cup Could Actually Give Argentina Or France A GDP Boost, Study Finds

Being a World Cup host is normally considered to bring a host of economic benefits. Yet according to a new paper, the benefits of winning the cup, far outweigh those of hosting the event. Hosting the World Cup is understood to help nations get themselves on the map of international commerce. That’s the reasoning behind … Read more

Lack of Winter Daylight Impacts Sleep Quality, Study Finds – Consumer Health News

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Nearly half of US teens have experienced cyberbullying, new report finds – The Hill

Story at a glance Teenagers are some of the most avid social media users. Many view the platforms as a way to connect with others and foster creativity and support. However, for some, online activity comes with the threat of bullying and harassment.  Almost half of American teenagers have experienced some form of bullying or … Read more

U.S. economy weakens again in December, S&P finds

The numbers: Business conditions at U.S. companies eroded again in December, a pair of surveys show, as high inflation and rising interest rates dampened demand for goods and services. The S&P Global “flash” U.S. services sector index slipped to a four-month low of 44.4 from 46.2 in November, leaving it near the lowest level of … Read more

Recession Fears May Bring an End to the Great Resignation, Achieve Survey Finds

— Americans are anxious about the economy and have limited savings to withstand a recession, layoff or other financial emergency — Despite a grim outlook on the economy, most workers don’t think their employers will have layoffs — Few workers plan on quitting their jobs, although hybrid workers are more apt to resign than those … Read more

Study finds disparities in health care coverage, hampered COVID-19 vaccination efforts in rural areas

Vaccine hesitancy is just one reason fewer people in some parts of the United States have been inoculated against coronavirus. A study in the journal Lancet Regional Health found that wide disparities in health care coverage, particularly in rural areas, hampered vaccination efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. The findings point to a hidden divide in … Read more

Taking pride in identity may protect mental health against online hate, study about experience of Asian Americans finds

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Feeling proud of your background is key to one’s mental health when dealing with online racism, a new study in the Journal of Applied Communication Research suggests. Identity affirmation was linked to better psychological health in Asian Americans who were faced by a rise in online hate speech at the start … Read more