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The app, which has been downloaded more than 200,000 times, offers a guided path to well-being, grounded in neuroscience and the concept that people can train their minds to be more calm, focused and resilient.
In this Badger Talks, Haley Vlach walks us through the reasons why the pandemic has been so challenging for our memory.
The new authorization will enable even more people vulnerable to COVID-19 to safely build immunity to the virus that causes it.
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Virtual Badger Talk from Verona, WI: "Stories Behind the Essays in Aldo Leopold's A Sand County Almanac"Speaker: Stan Temple11:30 am, Online