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Hi readers,

It's a tough time for everyone, but all of us here at Quick and Dirty Tips are committed to helping you get through it—together. If you have any questions about what's currently going on in our world, feel free to ask them in this form. Our expert hosts will do their best to provide you with the best answers (that are, as always, backed by science) so you can stay safe, calm, and healthy.

 
Parenting and Teaching During the Coronavirus
Finding yourself needing to provide a helping hand for your children's education over the coming months? We gathered our top tips and lessons to help you turn your home into the best school it can be.  
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5 Strategies to Manage Finances During Coronavirus Uncertainty
Feeling uncertain about how to handle your money or investments during the coronavirus pandemic? Money Girl offers five ways to make your financial health as resilient as possible and answers common listener questions.  
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How to Communicate Successfully When Working Remotely
Many of us suddenly find ourselves working from home—a familiar landscape with some unfamiliar work-life problems. Here's how to get your message across effectively even when you're working in your pajamas.
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How Are Seasonal Flu Vaccines Made?
Each year, a new flu shot is developed to try to combat the strains of the virus expected to wreak havoc that season. But who decides which viruses make it into the vaccine? What new technologies are being used to produce that vaccine more efficiently?
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What We're Reading
State of the Heart traces the entire arc of the heart, from the very first time it was depicted on stone tablets, to a future in which it may very well become redundant. While heart disease has been around for a while, the type of heart disease people have, why they have it, and how it’s treated is changing. Yet, the golden age of heart science is only just beginning. And with treatments of heart disease altering the very definitions of human life and death, there is no better time to look at the present and future of heart disease, the doctors and nurses who treat it, the patients and caregivers who live with it, and the stories they hold close to their chests.

In State of the Heart, the journey to rid the world of heart disease is shown to be reflective of the journey of medical science at large. In understanding how our knowledge of the heart evolved, State of the Heart traces the twisting and turning road that science has taken―filled with potholes and blind turns―all the way back to its very origin.

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Do You Really Have to Run a Marathon to Get Healthy?
A recent study touted the heart health benefits of training for and completing a marathon. But is doing an event as extreme as a marathon really the best way to good heart health?
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Does Drinking Milk Increase Breast Cancer Risk?
A new study finds that drinking milk is associated with a significant increase in breast cancer risk. How much should you worry?
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4 Ways Your Attachment Style Affects Your Relationships
Intimacy. Jealousy. Commitment. Sexual fulfillment. Here's how all these important pieces of close relationships are affected by your attachment style.
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