Apple News Today
Apple News Today
Nov 25, 2020
Life in Lockdown: Love
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For Vox, Elizabeth Segran talks to people about their dating experiences in the COVID-19 era. And the Washington Post offers some pandemic dating tips.

Sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox writes for the Washington Post about the declining divorce rate during the pandemic. And the Wall Street Journal looks at some of the most common reasons couples are experiencing tension right now.

The New Yorker and Bustle hear from couples who adjusted their weddings plans because of the coronavirus.

The Straits Times Audio Features
The Straits Times Audio Features
The Straits Times and The Business Times
Covid-19 vaccines likely still effective against variants: Expert | The Big Story Ep 71
The Big Story Ep 70: Recent Covid-19 cases in dorms not cause for alarm: Experts 3:31 mins Synopsis: This is a special episode of The Straits Times' video series The Big Story. Covid-19 vaccines like the Pfizer-BioNTech one being used in Singapore are likely to remain effective against new variants of the coronavirus, including recent strains detected in Britain and South Africa. Professor Ooi Eng Eong, deputy director of the emerging infectious diseases programme at Duke-NUS Medical School, shares more. Produced and edited by: ST Video team and Muhammad Firmann Discover The Straits Times Videos: Discover ST & BT podcasts: Channel: Spotify: Apple Podcasts: Google podcasts: Websites: Feedback to:  --- Discover more niche podcast series by ST and BT below: Follow BT Money Hacks Podcast on: Follow BT Mark To Market Podcast on: Follow Health Check Podcast on: Follow Green Pulse Podcast on: Follow Asian Insider Podcast on: Follow Lunch With Sumiko Podcast on: Follow #PopVultures Podcast on: Follow Life Weekend Picks Podcast on: Follow #GameOfTwoHalves Podcast on: Follow Bookmark This! Podcast on: Follow our shows then, if you like short, practical podcasts! See for privacy information.
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Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News
Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News
Reboot Your Brain
Look, last year wasn't great. And just because it's 2021 now, that doesn't mean things are magically better. If you feel burned out, stressed, or just plain exhausted, you're not alone. But there's good news on the horizon. Vaccine rollouts may be slow, but they're happening. Not long from now, life should return to some kind of normal and we'll be able to safely engage with the world again. The only trouble is lasting that long without completely losing it. This week on Gadget Lab, WIRED service editor Alan Henry joins us to talk about the ways we can manage our time and mental energy. Whether it's for focusing at work or just finding ways to relax, we have some suggestions that can help keep you on track. Show Notes: Get more great advice for improving your life at home with WIRED’s tips and how-tos. Read our roundup of the best note-taking apps. See our list of ways to relax and unwind during lockdown. Also see our home office gear guide and start working from home like a pro. Recommendations:  Alan recommends the YouTube series Taskmaster. Lauren recommends the documentary series The Last Dance on Netflix. Mike recommends the show Dark/Web, which is streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Alan Henry can be found on Twitter @halophoenix. Lauren Goode is @LaurenGoode. Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the main hotline at @GadgetLab. The show is produced by Boone Ashworth (@booneashworth). Our theme music is by Solar Keys. If you have feedback about the show, or just want to enter to win a $50 gift card, take our brief listener survey here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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