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8 Ways to Manage Body Image Anxiety After Lockdown

In a survey of 3,000 adults in the U.S., 61% experienced undesired weight changes since the start of the pandemic.

Biden’s Proposed Budget Is a Step in the Right Direction for Emerging Tech

The administration must engage cutting-edge tech companies that will drive economic prosperity and keep the U.S. ahead of its adversaries. 

Winners and Losers of the Work-From-Home Revolution

High-income workers at highly profitable companies will benefit greatly. Downtown landlords won’t.

Over Half of Adults Unvaccinated for COVID-19 Fear Needles – Here's What's Proven to Help

Research-proven adult interventions for pain, fainting, panic and fear can make vaccination more tolerable.

It's Crunch Time for Homeland Security's Continuous Monitoring Program

To aggressively move forward and to defend critical infrastructure, we must first acknowledge the hurdles that stand before us. 

Reimagining Access to Services with Government-to-Citizen Identity

With the traditional perimeter gone, identity management is the new boundary.

Name the Emotion You Want Drone Video to Capture

Researchers worked on ways for the drone to help create exciting videos rather than rely on the operator's skill.

COVID-19 Messages Make Emergency Alerts Just Another Text in the Crowd on Your Home Screen

Many people still react to such messages with uncertainty, irritation and intense emotion.

The Psychological Benefits of Commuting to Work

Many people who have been working from home are experiencing a void they can’t quite name.

How the Pandemic Impacted Government’s Cloud Migration Plans: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

While federal, state and local agencies remain firm believers in hybrid environments, they face several obstacles.

Bringing Tech Innovation to Wildfires: 4 Recommendations for Smarter Firefighting as Megafires Menace the U.S.

Managing the threat can start with better coordination and leveraging of technology for detecting and tracking the fires that matter.

Teens Have a Hard Time Finding Truth Online

Researchers say students need to be prepared for a world filled with a continual flow of misleading information.

Study Shows AI-generated Fake Reports Fool Experts

Misinformation within communities of expertise has the potential for scary outcomes such as delivering incorrect medical advice to doctors and patients.

Enhancing the Mental Wellbeing of Federal Workers

Employee mental health is an important barometer of the health of agencies, with implications for retention and productivity.