January 10, 2024

Whether we like it or not, COVID will haunt us for generations to come. Studies surface every month discovering new things about the lethality and longevity of this mysterious virus. Now, with the benefit of hindsight, discoveries have been made as to how to avoid infection and what the virus actually does to our muscles that makes exercise a bigger pain than it is; College administrators are bracing for a terrible 2025 and it has nothing to do with efforts to shut down DEI practices; Do you have intellectual humility? One researcher shows why this is an important trait to possess; The American Red Cross sounds the alarm that blood donors hit a 20-year low; and The world is increasingly disgusted by Israel’s Netanyahu’s quest for vengeance and 100 lawyers in one country are pursuing legal action to stop him. Go beyond the headlines…

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