Thursday, July 29

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Remembering Kid Yamaka, the telegenic star and proudly Jewish boxer

Zachary Wohlman, a boxer known as Kid Yamaka, died in February at 32. Wohlman survived a nightmarish childhood in Los Angeles to become a promising welterweight and telegenic media star. The writer Alex Halperin explores Wohlman's legacy as a celebrated Jewish athlete, and what Wohlman meant to some of those who knew him best. See more stories on Insider's business page. Late in February, mourners gathered at Zuma Beach in Malibu to remember Zachary Wohlman, a boxer who had recently died at 32. In the billion dollar sunshine, they stood around a wreath of white orchids, the flowers Wohlman tended when he wasn't bloodying his oppone...
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The FDA is broken. It’s controversial approval of an ineffective new Alzheimer’s drug proves the agency puts profit over public health.

The agency's approval of a new Alzheimer's drug rightly caused an uproar. But the problems extend far beyond the drug, and far beyond the FDA: Drug science has been corrupted by the pharmaceutical industry. We must get money out of science to have safe and effective drugs. PE Moskowitz is an author and runs Mental Hellth, a newsletter about capitalism and psychology. This is an opinion article. The thoughts expressed are those of the author. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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Why non-negotiable downtime is the most beneficial habit for your professional growth

If you want to grow your business, creating space and stillness in your life must be non-negotiable. Developing healthy habits will help you turn downtime into a valuable asset to your career. Create a rest routine, take time to reflect, and follow a fitness schedule to keep your body going. See more stories on Insider's business page. You want to change the world, so you work long, tireless hours, your mind never shuts off, and your body never rests. It feels as if your life were burning on both ends of the candlestick, but you can't seem to let yourself stop. I used to live that way, too. The idea of ​​taking a break or resting w...