Archive for August, 2016

The Economy is Barely Growing, But Job Growth is Strong. What Gives?

We’ve received two different reports recently that seem to be at odds with one another. First, the government’s Bureau of Economic Analysis said that real GDP (Gross Domestic Product) increased by a paltry 0.8 percent (revised) in the first quarter and by an annual rate of just 1.2 percent in the second quarter of 2016. […]

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KBB Picks the 10 Best Back-to-School Cars (Hint: None of Them Are Ferraris)

Parents and students often have differing opinions on what makes for the perfect back-to-school car. So building a list of the best options has a lot to do with who wins this argument in households across America. Kelley Blue Book is betting on the parents. When it came to making their picks for the 10 […]

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The Unreported Knock on the Head

Concussions are very serious health events, as has recently been shown in coverage of football injuries. But it’s not just athletes who get them. In fact, many Americans suffer concussions without ever reporting it, or seeking medical attention. Basically, a concussion occurs when a person’s head is hit hard enough that the brain slams into […]

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Is Fall the Best Time to Buy a House?

Guest Blog by NerdWallet Sometimes it’s smarter to buy certain items according to the season, like sweaters near the end of  winter and swimsuits in late summer. But what’s the best season for buying a house? The answer: the fall. As temperatures cool and trees shed their leaves, enough factors break in the buyer’s favor to make it […]

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FDA Issues Warning about Eating Raw Dough

Say goodbye to another favorite childhood pastime. In a statement released this week, the U.S. FDA is warning consumers that eating raw dough can make people sick. That’s right, no more licking mom’s mixing spoon; no more delicious balls of raw dough. FDA actually specifies that children shouldn’t use raw dough to make ornaments or […]

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