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This year, resolve to make the most of your employee benefits

This year, resolve to make the most of your employee benefits

Many Americans start the New Year by resolving to improve their lives by exercising more, losing weight or making other changes. Based on research findings, one in five should resolve…

Off-beat, inspiring and controversial: The 10 most-talked about science stories of 2015

Off-beat, inspiring and controversial: The 10 most-talked about science stories of 2015

The new Star Wars movie, Adele’s new album or the latest tech gadget  — what headlines grabbed your interest in 2015? For many, the most riveting stories didn’t come out…

School-to-home computers: Maximizing study and fun

School-to-home computers: Maximizing study and fun

Today’s youth are well versed in transitioning their computers and phones from school to home, and futurists believe that will be even more necessary in coming years. That is something to…

Cultural diversity of healthcare workforce key to improving nation’s health

Cultural diversity of healthcare workforce key to improving nation’s health

By 2060, the American population will be older and more racially and ethnically diverse than at any other time in our history, according to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau.…

7 must-have survival tools for dorm-dwellers

7 must-have survival tools for dorm-dwellers

College is full of milestone moments, both wonderful (walking across the stage to get your diploma) and not-so-great (realizing your sick roommate has sneezed all over your desk and mom…

Did George Washington sound like a wimp?

Did George Washington sound like a wimp?

We all know what George Washington looked like. There are many well-known paintings and the museum at Mount Vernon even displays a painstakingly accurate facial reconstruction to definitively show his…

Was George Washington an adulterer?

Was George Washington an adulterer?

The roof of the Capitol Rotunda shows George Washington being lifted to heaven by angels. According to a new book, however, this Founding Father was no angel. He was once…

Comforting touches can ease back-to-school transitions for both parents and kids

Comforting touches can ease back-to-school transitions for both parents and kids

Every school year brings new beginnings, whether your child is going to kindergarten, entering middle school, or heading off to college. New environments, people and challenges can create anxiety for…

4 tips for working adults going back to school

4 tips for working adults going back to school

Do the back-to-school signs in the store have you itching to get back in a classroom? Back-to-school season traditionally falls around August or September for students in kindergarten through 12th…

Simple ways to ease kids into back-to-school season

Simple ways to ease kids into back-to-school season

Excitement and dread are common feelings for both children and parents when back-to-school season arrives. No matter how much they look forward to seeing friends and buying a new school…