7 research-based resolutions that will help strengthen your relationship in the year ahead

Scrap getting fitter or eating better and focus more on the people in your life.

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The new year is going to be better. It has to be better.
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When one of my co-workers found out about a tiny, orphaned kitten that needed a home a few months ago, he didn't hesitate to adopt it.
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The evolution of comfort food

An archaeologist considers the history and biology of what defines a taste of home.

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The winter holiday season will feel different this year for many: Extended families may not be able to gather, leaving holiday meals shared with smaller groups, or digitally, across different time zones.
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Experts fear Thanksgiving COVID spikes—Can you have your turkey and stay healthy too ?

Experts plead with Americans to keep gatherings limited this Thanksgiving, while families devise new ways to celebrate the holidays.

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  • Holiday travel and family gatherings will bolster America's already growing number of coronavirus cases, experts warn.
  • The CDC recommends families celebrating with people outside their quarantine households follow extra precautions.
  • For families staying physically distant, there remain many ways to connect with each other this Thanksgiving.
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    Yes, more and more young adults are living with their parents – but is that necessarily bad?

    Having grown kids still at home is not likely to do you, or them, any permanent harm.

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    When the Pew Research Center recently reported that the proportion of 18-to-29-year-old Americans who live with their parents has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps you saw some of the breathless headlines hyping how it's higher than at any time since the Great Depression.

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