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January 9, 2023

Weekly review: The 'Best Diets' for 2023, according to US News

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    What you need to know about the new omicron subvariant spreading quickly, how to keep your top talent when you can't promote them, and more.

    The 'Best Diets' for 2023, according to US News (Tuesday, January 3)

    U.S. News & World Report on Tuesday released its "Best Diets" list for 2023—see which diets made the list.

    What caused this NFL player to collapse during a game? Here's what experts say. (Wednesday, January 4)

    Last week, Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin collapsed after making a tackle during a football game, and according to cardiac experts, a "pretty unusual" event may have been the cause.

    This new omicron subvariant is spreading quickly. Here's what you need to know. (Thursday, January 5)

    Last week, more than 40% of Covid-19 infections in the United States were tied to an emerging omicron subvariant, known as XBB.1.5—and experts are projecting that the strain with "alarming" levels of immune evasion could drive a winter surge.

    Can't promote your top talent? Here's how to keep them anyway. (Friday, January 6)

    The number one reason driving voluntary workplace departures is low career mobility. Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Carrie Ott-Holland and Mengyang Cao explain how leaders can retain top talent—even when advancement opportunities are limited.




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