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  1. From coffee to COVID: An OECD icon reflects on resilience and well-being

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Blog

    Christoph Nabholz, Chief Research Officer, Swiss Re Institute, spent time with Ángel Gurría, secretary-general of OECD, ...

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  2. Why hasn't COVID-19 led to an increase in life insurance protection?

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Blog

    COVID-19 has made the value of life more palpable but life insurance sales have not seen an increase since the pandemic started.

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  3. Lessons learned in containing a borderless pandemic

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Blog

    Rapid action early on saves lives and reduces economic disruption – so in the future we must act faster.

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  4. Behavioural science may explain vaccine hesitancy

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Blog

    Late last year, as many of us again shut our doors and stayed home, we placed our hope on the COVID-19 vaccines to help us return ...

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  5. So much (more) to consider with cancer

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    Published by: Swiss Re Group Content Type: Blog

    We all know of parents, siblings, or wider family members who have had or died from cancer. The World Health Organisation (WHO) ...

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  6. Plastics in our bodies: the next asbestos?

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    Published by: Swiss Re Group Content Type: Blog

    Researchers in Vienna published a study that estimates that more than half of the world population have microplastics in their ...

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