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78 Million Dementia Patients by 2030 – WHO

78 Million Dementia Patients by 2030 – WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there will be 78 million people with dementia by 2030. More than 55 million people globally are living through the stigma of the neurological disorder that deprives them of their memory. Dementia also comes with grave economic cost to the individual and society; it …

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Wall Street Posts Weekly Loss, Ends Higher

Wall Street Posts Weekly Loss, Ends Higher

Despite experiencing a week that tested its resilience, Wall Street managed to close higher over worries that the US Federal Reserve could commence tightening its monetary policy in earnest. All three major indexes all rallied, but still posted weekly losses after a steep sell-off mid-week that ended a streak of …

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Shipping Issues Having A Big Effect on Products Made in China

Shipping issues are having a big effect on products made in China

Trade tensions and a global pandemic have contributed to the disruption of international shipping for Chinese companies. Fang Xueyu, vice president of international marketing for Asia-Pacific at the Qingdong-based appliance company, Hisense, said to CNBC that the company just can’t ship many of their products. Xueyu told CNBC in an …

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Women Provided Much More Child Care Than Men During Pandemic

A new study from the Center for Global Development has found that women provided significantly more additional child care than men. In the past year, the coronavirus pandemic has seen governments around the world impose mandated lockdowns, forcing businesses and schools to shut their doors for long periods of time. …

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