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How to save money while attending college from home

Taylor Leamey •
The Simple Dollar
gahsoon

With the start of classes quickly approaching, many college students are struggling to find their footing in a school year that’s still being shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many universities like Harvard and George Washington University have announced fully remote learning for the fall semesters, while others are planning a remote and limited-contact hybrid format.

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Virtual vets are raking in funding—is pet telehealth the next big thing?

Serenity Gibbons •
Forbes

In human healthcare, telemedicine is booming. Telemedicine stocks like Teladoc and One Medical have doubled this year, and 90% of healthcare executives say their organizations are developing or already have a telehealth application.  Connecting virtually for human healthcare has become the new normal. It should come as no surprise, then, that veterinary telemedicine is surging

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Parenting children with special needs during COVID-19

Mayo Clinic Health Information Library
Jose Luis Pelaez Inc

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted family routines around the world. For families with children who have special needs, such as children with medical conditions or developmental disabilities, these disruptions are amplified. Public uncertainty makes schedules unpredictable and maintaining previous routines a challenge. Kids with special needs and their parents may feel anxious,

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Businesses continue to prioritize employee health benefits

Emily Payne •
BenefitsPro
NataBene

Results from the Principal Financial Well-Being Index released this month indicate that employers are continuing to prioritize employee benefits and health care in the wake of the fiscal impact of COVID-19. The survey collected responses from 500 “business decision-makers” spread across companies with between two to 10,000 employees. Those respondents were asked to rank their

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