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Coffee drinking tied to lower risk of heart failure, University of Colorado studies show - Sat, 27 Feb 2021
A large analysis looked at hundreds of factors that may influence the risk of heart failure, and found one dietary factor in particular that was associated with a lower risk: drinking coffee.

In the pandemic, online homebuying picks up speed - Sat, 27 Feb 2021
Record low mortgage rates and a drastically low housing inventory, created by societal shifts from the coronavirus pandemic, have raised the stakes on the housing market in many places. But even if competition is fierce and the process often confusing, first-time buyers seem determined to enter the market, often accelerating plans for homeownership.

What NYT food reporters and editors make when they’re too tired to cook - Sat, 27 Feb 2021
If it’s your job to think about food all day, your enthusiasm for meal planning may have plummeted as the pandemic has worn on.

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In the pandemic, online homebuying picks up speed - Sat, 27 Feb 2021
Record low mortgage rates and a drastically low housing inventory, created by societal shifts from the coronavirus pandemic, have raised the stakes on the housing market in many places. But even if competition is fierce and the process often confusing, first-time buyers seem determined to enter the market, often accelerating plans for homeownership.

Colorado labor department launches new dashboard for unemployment information - Fri, 26 Feb 2021
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment on Friday launched a new online dashboard that provides the unemployed with information on computer system glitches that may affect payments, call center traffic, fraud holds and other problems that could impact benefits.

“Back in the same boat:” Jobless Coloradans worry Congress will take too long to approve more pandemic economic aid - Fri, 26 Feb 2021
Even if Congress approves a third pandemic-related economic stimulus package, the relief may not come fast enough to avoid another weeks-long gap in benefits for tens of thousands of Colorado workers, who have learned the hard way that the longer it takes for Congress to act the more they suffer.

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