Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - August 26 2021

Newsletter 08/26/2022

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More Americans Than Ever Rate Themselves as 'Suffering' in New Survey

Facing rising costs of goods and housing, an ongoing pandemic and the threat of other public health crises, and high levels of stress, Americans are more likely than ever to rate themselves as "suffering" according to a new survey released Monday by Gallup.-CommonDreams.org

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Biden announces student loan relief for borrowers making less than $125,000

President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced historic new steps to address student loan debt, which includes forgiving up to $20,000 for millions of borrowers and extending the payment freeze one final time until the end of the year. The decision is already disappointing many, with those on the left arguing that the President should have provided even more loan forgiveness and those on the right asserting that Biden is punishing Americans who avoided going into debt. Borrowers who hold loans with the Department of Education and make less than $125,000 a year are eligible for up to $20,000 in student loan forgiveness if they received Pell Grants, which are given to students from low- and middle-income families. Individuals who make less than $125,000 a year but did not receive Pell Grants are eligible for $10,000 in loan forgiveness. Additionally, the department is proposing a federal rule aimed at making the student loan system more manageable for current and future borrowers.The proposed rule would change income-based repayment for student loans, cutting in half the amount borrowers would have to pay each month on their undergraduate loans.-CNN

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Idle living: 1 in 4 adults admit they lead a sedentary lifestyle

More than a quarter of adults believe they lead a sedentary lifestyle – with the average person sitting down for up to 40 hours a week, according to a recent survey. The poll of 2,000 British people finds 27% admit they aren’t as active as they should be, despite easily being able to. -StudyFinds.org

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Do you have a secret twin? Strangers with similar faces share many gene variants

A new study finds unrelated people with similar facial features likely share many of the same genetic variants. The findings are based on photos of genetically unrelated lookalikes, along with a DNA analysis. Researchers say it could lead to screening patients for illness and even improvements in crime-solving through DNA testing. The number of people identified online as doppelgangers — virtual “twins” who are not family relatives — has increased due to the expansion of social media. Pictures of humans can be exchanged across the world, enabling characterization on a molecular level of random human beings who resemble each other. -StudyFinds.org

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