by Rachel Gore As the COVID-19 pandemic remains ongoing in the United States, it's safe to say that this year's return to school is more stressful than most. Parents nationwide are grappling with the tough
by Brian Katz and John Creevy Businesses around the world purchase insurance in an attempt to recover from a catastrophe or event that causes their business damage. Usually, those catastrophes and events are weather or
by Colleen M. Story, Chaffin Luhana The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDKD) estimates that 60 to 70 million people are affected by digestive diseases in the U.S. These include serious
by: Rachel Gore Recently, vaping addiction and its accompanying lung illness outbreak have been at the top of national news. U.S. health officials are scrambling to identify what is causing thousands of vapers to develop
by Rachel Gore I n recent years, a harsh stance has been taken on the impact that bullying has on teens. With the rise of the anti-bullying movement, it has become common to see claims
It’s summer, which means lawn and garden maintenance is in its prime. Some relish in the peacefulness of sitting in the garden as they take in the summer breeze. For others, however, working lawns, landscaping
The one place most Americans never picture child sex trafficking occurring is within the United States itself—yet, it’s between our borders where thousands are sold into sex trafficking every year.
Could new social movements bring about significant change to our view on gender equality by Bryan Silver Unlike some social media movements of the past that ultimately fizzled rather than fueling real change, the #MeToo