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Coronavirus: UK government enlists influencers to battle coronavirus misinformation
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The UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) will provide £500,000 (approximately $623,000) to the Humanitarian-to-Humanitarian (H2H) Network, an organization made up of approximately 50 other groups that fought misinformation during the Ebola outbreak in 2013.In addition to other initiatives, the network will work with social media influencers to pass on accurate information and advice to…

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Coronavirus: Pinterest’s new Today tabs offers curated boards and coronavirus info
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Unsurprisingly, coronavirus-related searches continue to be huge on Pinterest, so the company plans to include “expert” information from the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control front and center in the Today tab. Tapping into the “Coronavirus advice from experts” collection shows pins that include videos on how to prevent spreading COVID-19, how to…

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Three vital skills your team can borrow from improv amid COVID-19
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As businesses pivot and adjust on the fly in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, teams can learn a few important lessons from the improv world. After all, improvisors are particularly prepared for unpredictability. Here are three skills to hone that will benefit your team during this turbulent time.Adapting to changePerhaps your team was working…

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Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT II, Inc. Fourth Quarter and Year Ended 2019 Results
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TAMPA, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT II, Inc., or the Company, a public, non-traded real estate investment trust focused on net-leased data center and healthcare properties, announced operating results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2019. Quarter Ended December 31, 2019 and Subsequent Highlights Net income attributable to common stockholders totaled…

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Coronavirus: Your Health Insurance May Waive Coronavirus Testing Copays
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Image: ShutterstockMany of us are asking ourselves what we can do to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Some of us are also asking ourselves whether we can afford to get tested for COVID-19, should we come down with symptoms—and how much we’ll have to pay for treatment.Luckily, many health insurance companies have announced that…

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Coronavirus: If You Need Coronavirus Supplies, Try Using NowInStock
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Screenshot: David MurphyPlease don’t panic buy. We know this is easier said than done. We don’t have a toilet paper shortage per se, but it’s tricky to come by, sure, since everyone went out and bought it as if we were in the apocalypse. And don’t even get me started on hand sanitizers—important, absolutely, but…

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Coronavirus: Beat the Coronavirus Blues With a Free ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Adventure
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Screenshot: David MurphyWhether you’ve always wanted to try some dice-rolling adventuring, or you’re bummed because your regular Dungeons & Dragons group might have to virtual for a few weeks (or months), now’s as good a time as any to fight coronavirus-induced boredom with tabletop gaming.And since we’re all probably pinching pennies a bit, I recommend…

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Coronavirus: What Your Workplace Should Be Doing About the Coronavirus
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We know how individuals should protect themselves from COVID-19: mainly by washing hands and staying home if you’re sick. But workplaces have some more responsibility here, because they can be a place where the virus can circulate. The CDC has recommendations for specific actions that businesses should take to keep their employees safe. If your…

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3 Things Everyone Should Do in Their 20s to Build Mental Toughness – Inc.
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When you’re in your 20s, you can’t know everything life has in store for you. But while you might not know the name of your future spouse or what twists your career might take, there is still one certainty: There will be struggles. Even the happiest lives are studded with disappointment, failure, inner turmoil, and outer obstacles.…

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What we can all learn from the PGA Tour’s leaders in ‘strokes gained/attitude’
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Attitude means a lot in times of stress and adversity, and hasn’t this assumption been illuminated to a draconian degree in these astonishing times.Even before the world was elbowed off its axis by a microscopic assailant, the topic of attitude—a proper and healthy ability to cope—was deliberated comprehensively on the PGA Tour in the first…

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Coronavirus: How to Deal With Coronavirus Anxiety
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Image: ShutterstockIf the COVID-19 outbreak has got you checking the news a little more often—or asking yourself whether it’s time to stock up on food or medications, cancel travel, or prepare to work from home—you’re not alone.But there’s a difference between preparing for the coronavirus and letting thoughts about the coronavirus take over your brain.…

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