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The General used data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to compare how rates of hit and runs in 2021 compare to previous years. more
Wish you had stuck with piano lessons as a kid? Skoove looked at YouGov data and found the top 12 instruments people most regret quitting.   more
(BPT) - While many people look forward to enjoying their golden years, others are delaying or coming out of retirement. According to the Department of Labor, there's a growing trend of older adults … more
Foothold Technology used data from the Kaiser Family Foundation to look at the possible impact on 10 states that decided to not expand Medicaid. more
Stacker compiled 25 facts about James Baldwin, using, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and other sources. more
HeyTutor used National Center for Education Statistics data to explore and contextualize the current state of teacher vacancies in public schools. more
(Family Features) This year, you can make Halloween more than just a festive holiday by making a difference for children worldwide through purchasing gifts such as education supplies, soccer balls, immunization supplies and more. more
Stacker talked to experts and sifted through data to see how voter ID laws disenfranchise transgender voters. more
(BPT) - An exclusive savings event is happening at Walgreens to celebrate and thank myWalgreens members with extraordinary bonus offers and Walgreens Cash rewards. myW™days will kick off on … more
Task Group analyzed Census Bureau data to determine how restaurant sales have recovered and grown since the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the industry.   more
(BPT) - For recent high school grads, anyone transitioning from military service or those seeking a new career path, exploring job possibilities in the skilled trades can be eye-opening. The skilled … more
Stacker used data collected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to break down the costliest October weather disasters since 1980. more
(NAPSI)—Chances are, you’re not among the roughly 600 people who’ve been into outer space—but you can still learn about some of the products and discoveries of those who have. For example, … more
An altLINE analysis of Census Bureau data reveals Americans are still starting new businesses at higher rates than in pre-pandemic times. more
(BPT) - A largely behind-the-scenes network of wholesale banks is making a difference for households from coast to coast. While borrowers may not know the name, the Federal Home Loan Bank System … more
(BPT) - Do you experience regular back pain? You're not alone. According to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, more than 1 in 4 (26%) working adults experience low back … more
(BPT) - Davitria lives with two mental illnesses and tardive dyskinesia.This article was sponsored and developed by Neurocrine Biosciences, Inc. Davitria was compensated by Neurocrine Biosciences to … more
(Family Features) COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a serious lung condition that affects millions of people. To help lower your risk, wherever you live, consider these steps.  more
(Family Features) Making time for meals together can have a positive impact on the well-being of families, including children and adolescents. A simple-to-prepare ingredient like eggs can help you spend less time cooking and more time with family. more
(Family Features) Whether seafood night at your house means sauteed shrimp, baked fish or anything in between, it's an exciting excuse to bring the family together for favorite meals. more
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