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Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - June 10 2021


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Travelling within America

The United States is such a diverse country--from deserts to snow capped mountains to 423 national park sites spanning across more than 84 million acres! Tell us your opinions about travelling within America!

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Do Americans Really Prefer Chain Restaurants?

Chain restaurants are a common sight everywhere you go. According to IBIS World, there are over "107,541 chain restaurants in the United States as of 2022." However, according to Restaurant Dive, 65% of Americans are leaning toward local restaurants rather than chain restaurants. The reason for this shift appears to stem from the effects of COVID-19 restrictions on a large majority of restaurants, which placed many smaller local restaurants in a severe financial state.

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Words and Context in Conversations

Having conversations with others can be a fun and enjoyable experience-until they use a word that you don't know!

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Being an optimist can add years to your life

Being an optimist could lead to a longer life, according to new research. A large-scale study found those who “always look on the bright side of life” were more likely to make it to the age of 90. The phenomenon applied across racial and ethnic groups, adding to evidence that happiness is good for the body as well as the mind. Lead author Hayami Koga, a PhD candidate at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, believes staying positive is as good for you as exercise. The findings come from a review of 159,255 women in the U.S. tracked for up to 26 years.

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