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Weary but Still Winners – Wired to Finish the Race

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Dr. Sandi Chapman

This holiday season shines bright as we long to be with our loved ones. Taking the precautions necessary to safely connect with our family and friends during this time of thanksgiving and joy is the best gift we can give each other.We have been running a marathon for the past nine months. Still, we can call upon our endurance to beat COVID fatigue by keeping our eye on the finish line, with vaccines near. Exhausted but NOT depleted, let us not slip and fall so close to the goal!For practical reminders about how to stay safe as you celebrate, take a moment for this message from our chief medical advisor, Dr. Jane Wigginton, an ER doctor with UTSW and Parkland Hospital in Dallas. I am thankful for you, our BrainHealth community. Together, we are building stronger, more resilient minds and making the world a healthier place.
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Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD

Chief Director Dee Wyly Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project

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