Biden to Do Remaining Debates by Mail

PITTSBURGH (The Borowitz Report)—One day after the most chaotic Presidential debate in U.S. history, Joe Biden said that he would participate in the remaining two debates by mail. Campaigning in Pittsburgh, Biden said that he would be happy to answer a series of debate questions and mail his responses to the appropriate venues. “The moderator […]

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Halloween at home

Erika Hardison, Reviewed Published 3:55 p.m. ET Sept. 29, 2020 10 ways to make Halloween fun this year for kids at home (Photo: Reviewed.com) — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. It’s time to get the house ready for Halloween. Even though things might […]

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The best on Netflix

Every month Netflix giveth, and every month Netflix taketh away.  The streaming giant regularly updates its vast library, adding TV shows and films for your binge-watching pleasure and removing those it no longer has the licenses to stream. Mix in the huge number of original series and films Netflix debuts each weekend there is a […]

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Screen time can change visual perception — and that’s not necessarily bad

The coronavirus pandemic has shifted many of our interactions online, with Zoom video calls replacing in-person classes, work meetings, conferences and other events. Will all that screen time damage our vision? Maybe not. It turns out that our visual perception is highly adaptable, according to research from Psychology Professor and Cognitive and Brain Sciences Coordinator […]

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Wheel of Coping Mechanisms

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Early data shows promising results from Regeneron’s antibody cocktail for coronavirus

Americans over 30 have been drinking more during the coronavirus pandemic compared to this time last year, and there could be consequences to their physical and mental health, researchers reported Tuesday. Overall frequency of alcohol consumption increased by about 14% from 2019, the researchers reported in the journal JAMA Network Open. That increase averages out […]

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