SBV Curated Content | a weekly update of enlightening & intriguing information | July 15, 2020

Healthcare: What Happens Next (Collaborative Fund, Lily Bernicker)

A User’s Guide to Face Masks By now you’ve figured out that wearing a mask is not as simple as all those TV doctors made it look. Here’s our guide to the wear and care of your new mask. (The New York Times, Tara Parker-Pope)

A group of 239 scientists say there’s growing evidence covid-19 is airborne. What does this mean for you? (MIT Technology Review)

What’s the Biggest Threat to Your Retirement Plans? Hint: It’s hard to imagine a more significant threat to retirement than sudden death or a severely limited lifestyle due to poor health. (A Teachable Moment, Tony Isola)

Some thoughts and research about how to be a little happier during an awful time. (A Wealth of Common Sense, Ben Carlson)

Investing is the only business where, when things are on sale, people run out of the store. (The New York Times)

How I Broke the Cycle of Stress. A technique called “goal diversification” turned out to be surprisingly effective. (Scientific American, Ashten Duncan)

Let Yourself Be Unproductive. At Least for a Little While. (Harvard Business Review, Peter Bregman)

Beware – Fake IRS Scam (The Big Picture, Barry Ritholtz)

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