(CNN) — Many things a child does -- from playing outside to sprawling out on carpets and lawns -- puts them at greater risk for exposure to environmental hazards such as pollution in the air, pesticides
Below are our picks for the weekend’s four biggest games. It's not just who you pick, it's how confident you are. Every college football media outlet has its own version of a pick 'em. SB Nation’s will
Five weeks into the 2016 regular season, two programs have demanded a place atop the Big Ten football hierarchy. Ohio State and Michigan have consistently dominated inferior teams and earned a significant
How does a seemingly ordinary woman become a super-successful business leader? What qualities do you need to reach and then effectively fill a top leadership position? And what qualities or actions are
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Although many think the economic recession inspired Americans to become better savers, a 2013 study from Northwestern Mutual on Financial Planning Obstacles shows the reverse is true. Some 6 in 10 Americans
Republicans have another reason to hate Obamacare: It could grow the number of people on food stamps. The Obama administration has ordered a study to determine whether the Affordable Care Act, by increasing
DETROIT — Sheilah Johnson was a building inspector for the city for 28 years, a college graduate who passed up jobs that paid more because a city job offered stability and the promise of a good pension.
Is the president's difficult stretch just a case of bad luck, or is it bad strategy? It doesn't get much better than the exhilaration Barack Obama felt when he looked out at the hundreds of supporters
With less than two months to go until Romanians and Bulgarians gain free access to the UK employment market, the media campaign against them is well under way. "Allowing this new flood of migrants is lunacy,"