Dan Uribe

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7-Day Mediterranean Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories

Recognized as one of the healthiest and most delicious ways to eat, the Mediterranean diet is easy to follow with this 7-day meal plan.<p>The …

Healthy Eating

Retirement Calculator | CNNMoney

The results offer a general idea of how much you'll need and are not intended to be investment advice. The results are presented in both future dollars (at retirement) and today's dollars, which is calculated using an inflation rate of 2.3%.<p>How we calculate your savings goal<p>First, we determine what …

How Much of My Retirement Savings Can I Safely Spend?

Financial experts explain how to not outlive your savings<p><i>In this series, Tips from the Pros</i>, <i>MONEY taps the collective wisdom of expert financial</i> …

Retirement

China Is Headed for a Debt Meltdown Like the U.S. in 2008 -- But Worse

World attention has focused in recent months on an acute refugee crisis occasioned by the mass migration to Europe of hundreds of thousands now fleeing the Syrian civil war. Less noticed has been another refugee crisis at least as ominous as that underway in the Middle East and Europe -- the …

Facebook adds a shopping section in trial for big e-commerce push

Facebook is adding a shopping section to its social network as part of test for a big e-commerce push.<p>Unlike the product ads you probably ignore on your News Feed, this is a dedicated tab on Facebook – like ‘Groups’ or ‘Photos,’ meant just for shopping. In other words, Facebook wants you to …

A Cultural History of the Fever

The fever phobia that parents experience is ancient and useful.<p>For most of human history, an unusually high body temperature was a sign of the supernatural. Fevers were sinister but common, unnatural but real. And without a theoretical underpinning by which to understand them, fevers long seemed to …