Today's Curated NoPo Headlines - February 27, 2020

Consumer/Personal Finance

JetBlue becomes first U.S. carrier to waive change and cancellation fees due to coronavirus; Amtrak makes its cheapest tickets non-refundable (new rules go into effect 3/1); Panera Bread launches coffee subscription program ($8.99/month); New home sales soar to highest level since 2007; Apple, Steve Jobs memorabilia going up for auction (next month); Red Sox legend David “Big Papi” Ortiz having estate sale (this weekend); Everything coming to Netflix in March 2020–and what’s leaving; Krispy Kreme delivery….nationwide; Snackin’ Bacon.

Health & Wellness

New California coronavirus case – first sign of U.S. community spread?; Cadbury testing new plant-based version of its popular Dairy Milk chocolate bar; Starbucks Canada adding Beyond Meat sandwich to its menu; Ultra-rich investing in companies trying to reverse aging – is it going to work?; A major breakthrough for millions of Americans on brink of kidney failure and dialysis; The berry that keeps Asia looking young.


Tempo begins taking pre-orders ($1995 + monthly subscription) for system that uses AI to make home workouts more like personal training sessions (for example, will correct users if form is wrong); Maria Sharapova announces retirement from tennis after 19-year pro career and five Grand Slams; Taco Bell launches new line of keto-friendly snacks; Peloton – as coronavirus play?; How to lose 10 pounds in 5 days (Mark Wahlberg’s strategy); What really happens to your body when you lose 10 pounds; The 81-year old great grandmother who is a cycling world-record holder.

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