High Prevalence of Mental Health Risk Amid COVID Pandemic Taking a Serious Toll on U.S. Students’ Cognition

Neuroscientific research conducted by Total Brain and the Center for Adolescent Research and Education shows students’  focus, planning, memory and

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US hiring roared back in February as Covid cases declined

The US economy created 379,000 jobs in February, pointing to a sharp rebound in the American labour market amid a

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Strong T-cell response is good news for battle against Covid variants

Covid-19 variants may be less dangerous to vaccinated people and recovered patients than previously thought, according to researchers who found

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US and Asia allies plan Covid vaccine strategy to counter China

The US is working with Japan, India and Australia to develop a plan to distribute Covid-19 vaccines to countries in

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8 Questions that RNL’s Scott Jeffe Asked Us About Higher Ed After COVID

One of the best outcomes of writing books is when folks ask us to come and talk about what we’ve

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House of Representatives passes $1.9tn Covid stimulus package

The House of Representatives has passed a $1.9tn coronavirus relief package, as US president Joe Biden cleared the first big

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Survived Covid, long recovery ahead

Services won’t recover till vaccine is fully rolled out and, within manufacturing, it is bigger firms that are doing well

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Head of Canada’s largest pension fund quits after Covid vaccine trip

The head of Canada’s largest pension fund has resigned after he travelled to the Middle East and received the Covid-19

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COVID Bill Would Leave It to Biden Whether Undocumented Students Get Help

Undocumented students have been left out of getting emergency grants in Congress’s previous coronavirus relief bills. Whether they will be

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Moderna expects $18.4bn from Covid vaccine deals this year

Moderna expects to bring in $18.4bn this year from deals it has signed for its Covid-19 vaccine, as the pandemic

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