Archive for April, 2016

Home Improvement Binge

More than a tenth of the U.S. population are planning home renovations in the next 12 months, according to a report from Bankrate. That’s an impressive 36 million homeowners. These improvements range from simple landscaping or fencing projects to major surgery like home expansions. Americans are adding new flooring, roofing, windows or siding. Many will […]

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AERO Makes Top 200 Healthiest Credit Unions List for a Third Straight Year

DepositAccounts just released the 2016 edition of its Top 200 Healthiest Credit Unions in America and AERO Federal Credit Union made the list for the third straight year (one of only 42 credit unions to do so out of the 6,003 total federally insured credit unions)! Only three Arizona credit unions made the Top 200 and AERO came in […]

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More than 40 Percent of Retired NFL Players Had Brain Injury, Study Finds

More than 40 Percent of Retired NFL Players Had Brain Injury, Study Finds

More than 40 percent of retired National Football League (NFL) players in a recent study had signs of traumatic brain injury, the American Academy of Neurology said. For the study, researchers conducted thinking and memory tests in 40 retired NFL players, along with the brain scans. The players were an average age of 36, ranging […]

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Here Are Kelly Blue Book’s Picks for the 10 Best Sedans Under $25,000

The term “affordable sedan” used to refer to a car that was basic, sensible and rather boring. However, the latest crop of sedans under $25k offer style and performance that has to be experienced, according to vehicle valuation experts at Kelly Blue Book. KBB’s editors recently tested 2016 models, and made their picks for the […]

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Low-Dose Aspirin May Help Prevent Colorectal Cancer

Low-Dose Aspirin May Help Prevent Colorectal Cancer

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has published a recommendation for initiating low-dose aspirin for the primary prevention of both cardiovascular-related events and colorectal cancer in select adults. These new recommendations for daily low-dose aspirin apply to men and women 50 to 59 years old who have a 10 percent or greater risk of […]

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Killing Lowly Bacteria with Gold Dust

Killing Lowly Bacteria with Gold Dust

If you’re looking for an organic, chemical-free way to kill dangerous bacteria, try gold dust. More specifically, use light-activated gold nanoparticles. New research published in the journal Optical Materials Express chronicles how scientists at the University of Houston are perfecting a new method of controlling bacteria using highly porous gold nanodisks and light. Once deployed […]

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Credit Unions: Still Friendlier Than Banks

Credit Unions: Still Friendlier Than Banks

Maybe you’ve read banking industry propaganda recently claiming that credit union fees and policies are no longer much friendlier than banks are. Well, a new report shows just how wrong these claims are. The report, from Bankrate, finds that credit unions are more than twice as likely as banks to offer free checking accounts to […]

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The Lady Who Invented the Automatic Dishwasher

The Lady Who Invented the Automatic Dishwasher

Housework used to be drudgery without end – and no one knew this better than American women. So perhaps it’s not surprising that an American woman decided to do something about it. That woman was Josephine Cochrane, who in 1886 was awarded a U.S. patent for inventing the first practical automatic dishwasher. The U.S. Census […]

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Clouds Form in an Otherwise Bright Jobs Picture

Clouds Form in an Otherwise Bright Jobs Picture

It’s been a good month for jobs news so far: The economy added a surprisingly robust 242,000 new jobs in February, unemployment is staying below 5% and new unemployment claims plunged last week. However, there are some dark clouds amidst the sunshine. For starters, The Conference Board found that online job listings dropped in February, […]

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