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Aging in place can be so much easier with smart home technology - The Washington Post

Supporting health, safety and security are important components of successfully aging in place. So are home management systems that maintain a comfortable environment, and communication and recreation systems that enable social engagement, stimulation and entertainment.

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Aging in place can be so much easier with smart home technology - The Washington Post

US likely 'dramatically undercounting' current COVID-19 resurgence, experts say - ABC News

Since last summer, dozens of states, alongside the federal agencies, have opted to scale back on regular COVID-19 data reporting.

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US likely 'dramatically undercounting' current COVID-19 resurgence, experts say - ABC News

Lifting of Covid mask mandate on US transportation horrifies health experts - The Guardian

Warning that ‘This is not the time to be pulling back on mitigation measures’ as CDC appeals judge’s overturning of face-covering rule

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Lifting of Covid mask mandate on US transportation horrifies health experts - The Guardian

Bitcoin (BTC) eine Versicherung gegen finanzielle Katastrophen: Milliardär Bill Miller über Kryptowährung - Cointelegraph Deutschland

Der Milliardär und Investor reagierte auf einen kürzlichen Kommentar von Buffett, der erklärte, er würde alle Bitcoins auf der Welt nicht für 25 US-Dollar kaufen. Miller konterte: "Es zwingt Sie ja keiner, ihn zu kaufen, oder? Also ignorieren Sie ihn."

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Bitcoin (BTC) eine Versicherung gegen finanzielle Katastrophen: Milliardär Bill Miller über Kryptowährung - Cointelegraph Deutschland

IN Store at Ellettsville's Richland Plaza offers locally made products - The Herald-Times

"You're you're almost guaranteed to find something just unique for someone," the store owner said.

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IN Store at Ellettsville's Richland Plaza offers locally made products - The Herald-Times

Miller profit doubles in bumper covid bounceback results - Housing Today

Turnover tops £1bn in first results published since acquisition by Apollo earlier this year

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Miller profit doubles in bumper covid bounceback results - Housing Today

Doubting mainstream medicine, COVID patients find dangerous advice and pills online - NPR

A 75-year-old woman became enmeshed in conspiracy theories about COVID. After she got infected, she rejected effective treatments and sought out black market drugs instead.

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Doubting mainstream medicine, COVID patients find dangerous advice and pills online - NPR

Siemens forges digital twin deal with Nvidia for metaverse - TechTarget

Multinational conglomerate Siemens forged a partnership with AI hardware and software vendor Nvidia on digital twin technology for industrial applications.

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Siemens forges digital twin deal with Nvidia for metaverse - TechTarget

Farm Hands on the Potomac: Chabot takes helm of Senate Ag majority staff, Perry promoted - Agri-Pulse

Erica Chabot has been tapped as the new majority staff director for Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow. Chabot replaces Joe Shultz, who has been rumored to be leaving for several weeks. A 20-year veteran on Capitol Hill, Chabot has spent the last 10 years as Appropriations Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy’s legislative director and deputy chief of staff. The Department of Agriculture named Ellen Luger as the next minister counselor of agriculture in Rome for the Foreign Agricultural Service. Luger previously served as vice president . . .

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Farm Hands on the Potomac: Chabot takes helm of Senate Ag majority staff, Perry promoted - Agri-Pulse

Should You Buy A House During A Recession? - Bankrate.com

If the country is headed toward a recession, how might that affect the housing market? Find out what the experts think.

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Should You Buy A House During A Recession? - Bankrate.com

Long Island home prices aren't dropping as the real estate market slows. Here's why. - Newsday

The housing market has showed signs of slowing, as the spring marked the end of an era of historically low mortgage rates. But so far prices haven't budged.

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Long Island home prices aren't dropping as the real estate market slows. Here's why. - Newsday