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Cybersecurity experts warn of COVID-19 vaccine scams sent by text, email

Dec 18, 2020 - As the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine begins, scams connected to the vaccine begin also.

Why the US government hack is literally keeping security experts awake at night

Dec 16, 2020 - Numerous federal agencies, as well as private companies in several countries, have been severely affected by a coordinated security breach.

It’s Time to Change How We Talk about ‘Retirement,’ Starting with the Word Itself

Dec 16, 2020 - Replacing the term "retirement" with the phrase "vocational freedom" helped this financial advisor's clients imagine their goals for the future.

Costs, COVID-19 risk and delays top older adults' concerns about seeking emergency care

Dec 15, 2020 - A national poll of older Americans shows that a variety of worries are affecting their decision to go to the hospital for immediate medical help.

3 Retirement Planning Steps To Take Before 2020 Ends

Dec 10, 2020 - Financial planning for retirement is a necessary part of life that may need to be adjusted before 2020 ends.

Genetic study in Sardinia shines new light on disease and immunity

Dec 10, 2020 - Research in Sardinia studying the effects of genetics on the immune system is supported by The National Institute on Aging.