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Memoirs Take The Wheel

Memoirs Take The Wheel

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Lives not just on the interstate but at the intersections of culture and intellectual life.
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="left" content_custom_font="“If baseball is the great American pastime, driving may be the great American time waste. The Federal Highway Administration tells us that in 2015, the nation’s drivers logged a record...

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The Amyloid Hypothesis On Trial

The Amyloid Hypothesis On Trial

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As the development of treatments for Alzheimer’s disease continues to stumble, is it time for researchers to broaden their list of the condition’s potential causes?
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="''..Much remains to be explored. ''There are a lot of ideas out there that are reasonably well-supported,...

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In Depth

In Depth

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An effective treatment for the most common form of dementia has so far eluded researchers, but it’s not for want of trying.
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="Despite decades of research, there are still no drugs that can slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, let alone offer a cure. Promising...

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Parents and Children Remain Separated by Miles and Bureaucracy

Parents and Children Remain Separated by Miles and Bureaucracy

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How will federal authorities reunite them?
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="left" content_custom_font="''Ms. González, who had been released on a bond, was meeting her lawyer on Thursday and would soon join the volunteers who were driving her to New York City to find her three...

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Stop the Meeting Madness

Stop the Meeting Madness

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How to free up time for meaningful work
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="''Meetings do not have to be a trap; they can be a conduit for change. A process like this one can improve productivity, communication, and integration of the team’s work, not to mention job satisfaction...

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The Overcommitted Organization

The Overcommitted Organization

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Why it’s hard to share people across multiple teams—and what to do about it
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="''Nearly every knowledge worker these days is a member of multiple concurrent teams. Together, organizational and team leaders can make the most of that trend by creating an environment where...

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The Transformative Experience of Writing for Sense8

The Transformative Experience of Writing for Sense8

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[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="“..My screenwriting experience confirmed my belief. While Lana, Lilly, and Joe were responsible for the foundations of the show—for all the characters and their narrative trajectories—my role was to make proposals that would be taken up by the other people in the room and spun...

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