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When Loved Ones Die At Home, Family Caregivers Pay The Price

Increasingly, people are dying at home, which sounds like a good thing.For years, Americans have told researchers and anyone else who would listen that this is how they want to go: surrounded by loved ones in the familiarity of their own house. About one-quarter of all U.S. deaths now occur at home. That reflects a 29.5 percent increase from 2000 ...

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The Science Of Taste, Or Why You Choose Fries Over Broccoli

Most people say that if there is a healthy choice on a menu they will take it. But observations and research show this is generally not the case. Instead, people tend to make choices based on how food tastes. Typically, the more sugar, salt and fat in the food, the more we will like it. Genetics, experience and environment also ...

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Brexit expat retirees ‘may cost NHS millions’ – BBC News

Brits abroad Around 190,000 British pensioners live abroad. Under the EU reciprocal “S1” scheme, British pensioners have the right to go to any other EU member state and receive the same health care rights as the local population. According to the Nuffield Trust, it may not be easy to continue with this agreement after Brexit. If all of these pensioners ...

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After beating the worlds elite Go players, Googles AlphaGo AI is retiring

Googles AlphaGo the AI developed to tackle the worlds most demanding strategy game is stepping downfrom competitive matches after defeating the worlds best talent. The latest to succumb isGostop-ranked player,Ke Jie, who lost 3-0 in acquired by Google for around $500 million in 2014,it beatformer Go world champion Lee Sedol, and theChina event took things to the next level with ...

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12 Things Everyone Needs To Know About Anxiety Disorders

Illustration by Daniella Urdinlaiz 1. ANXIETY IS THE MOST COMMON MENTAL DISORDER IN THE USA An estimated 40 million American adults suffer from some form of anxiety disordereven more than those who suffer from depression. About one in every five adults and one in every ten children experiences some form of anxiety disorder. () 2. ANXIETY IS NATURAL AND EVEN ...

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Senate introduces first bill to provide insurance for gig workers

Uber drivers are getting some attention from the Senate.Image: Eric Risberg/AP/REX/Shutterstock We know about the problems with the gig economy: workers who drive for Uber, deliver food for Postmates, and run errands on TaskRabbit don’t have health insurance or any other guarantees or benefits from their employers and their ranks are only growing. While the growth of gig jobs has ...

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China Stocks Slump, Yuan Falls After Moody’s Cuts Credit Rating

China’s stocks headed for their lowest level since September, the yuan retreated and default risk increased after Moody’s Investors Service cut its rating on the nation’s debt for the first in almost three decades. The Shanghai Composite Index declined 0.8 percent at 10:17 a.m. local time, poised for its biggest loss in two weeks. The yuan dropped 0.1 percent against the ...

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