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Make the Most of Your Next Stimulus Check • Pay bills, erase debt, save for emergencies or something else? Financial pros suggest five smart money moves if Congress passes another round of pandemic relief
Reimagining Diplomacy in the Post-COVID World: An Indian Perspective • The pandemic is redefining the nature of globalization
Breaking Through the Noise • In a world constantly flooded with social media posts on multiple platforms, these five strategies will help you stand out from the crowd
HOW COVID ATTACKS THE BRAIN • “Brain fog” and other lingering effects beset survivors of COVID-19 and could fuel a spike in dementia and other neurodegenerative diseases in the coming decades. Scientists are starting to unravel the mystery.
COVID Long-Haulers: Waiting for Relief
AMERICA’S BEST LOYALTY PROGRAMS • We shoppers all have our favorite stores or websites, and it’s satisfying when the places we’re loyal to, are loyal to us in return. A birthday present from Sephora? I’m not going to say no. As part of our commitment to reader service, Newsweek partnered with global data research firm Statista to rank America’s Best Loyalty Programs 2021. Our rankings highlight 241 loyalty programs in 43 categories. You’ll probably find some of your favorites on this list, and you may discover some attractive new reward programs as well.
The Dating App Myth • In his new book, Make Your Move: The New Science of Dating and Why Women are in Charge, Jon Birger pulls the curtain back on cyber-mating—and why it’s no way to find your soul mate
Unique Adventures for Embracing the Cold • Winter might entail dark days and cold weather—at least in some parts of the world — but for some brave souls, dropping temperatures can also offer invigorating and unforgettable outdoor adventures. From tracking wolves in Yellowstone to walking on Siberian drift ice in Japan, or snorkeling between two continents off Iceland, cold weather doesn’t necessarily require staying inside. “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes” is the mantra often recited to entice outdoor enthusiasts to emerge from under their blankets and comfort zones. So thank Mother Nature for supplying us with these unique experiences around the world that will get your blood pumping and heart racing, no matter the freezing temps.