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The Daily Briefing

Feeling 'joyless and aimless?' That's called languishing—and there are ways to fight back.

The Covid-19 pandemic has driven up rates of burnout and depression, but many people are experiencing another, distinct feeling—one that makes you feel as if you're "looking at your life through a foggy windshield," Adam Grant writes for the New York Times. It's called languishing, "and it might be the dominant emotion of 2021."

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AMA pledges to 'play a more prominent role' in advancing health equity

Acknowledging that the organization is historically "rooted in white patriarchy and affluent supremacy," the American Medical Association on Wednesday released a report detailing plans to "play a more prominent role in the current national reckoning on equity and justice" and "pivot from ambivalence to urgent action."

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Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine is now the first authorized for kids under 16

Following a 14-0 vote by its Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, CDC on Wednesday authorized Pfizer and BioNTech's vaccine for children ages 12 to 15. Here's what the long-awaited move means for the epidemic—and for the prospects of returning to full-time in-person schooling.

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