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Inflation is forcing Americans to change their diets: ‘We make vegetable soup’

Inflation is changing how and what people eat. More than half of consumers say they have changed their eating and drinking habits to manage the rising cost of living, according to a new survey by global intelligence company Morning Consult. Cutting back on trips to restaurants and bars is the most common change, accounting for …

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Opinion: Formula shortage. Hunger. Poor health care. The U.S. is neglecting its babies; here’s what can help right now.

As any new parent will tell you, taking care of a baby is nothing short of life-changing. The sleepless nights, the constant feedings, the endless diaper changes. And due to the nationwide infant formula shortage, caring for a baby now is exponentially more challenging. For parents who are living in poverty, the formula shortage hits …

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Warzone Players Think Radar Jammer Drop Rate is Still Too High

Warzone players are still having a rough time with Radar Jammers, saying that the drop rates is still too high despite having already been reduced. Radar Jammers are a particularly tricky device for players to use to disrupt their opponent’s actions. Jammers will scramble player minimaps for 45 seconds and disrupt the Killstreaks, Heartbeat Sensors …

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Yelp to shut offices in New York, Chicago, D.C., saying future of work is remote

Yelp Inc. announced Thursday it will shut its offices in three major U.S. cities, saying “the future of work at Yelp is remote.” In a blog post, Chief Executive Jeremy Stoppelman said online-review company will close its “most consistently underutilized offices” in New York, Chicago and Washington D.C. effective July 29. “Combined, the three offices …

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