Archive for July, 2017

New Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment Is Smaller than a Brace

New Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment Is Smaller than a Brace

CarpalAID has launched as a way to relieve painful carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms without drugs, braces or surgery, its maker claims. Carpal tunnel syndrome affects more than 8 million people a year. Women suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome at twice the rate of men. The common methods of treating CTS are painful surgery, the use […]

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Medicaid Is More Rural than Many Think

Medicaid Is More Rural than Many Think

Medicaid is America’s government healthcare for the poor, and many people think it mainly serves urban citizens. Some new data suggests that many people should think again. In fact, Medicaid plays a larger role in providing health coverage to people living in small towns and rural communities than it does in metropolitan areas, a trend […]

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Spendthrifty Millennials

Spendthrifty Millennials

Millennials lived through the Great Recession, but now they’re developing some spendy habits, according to some new data from Bankrate. Maybe it’s a form of delayed gratification? Bankrate found that millennials are falling victim to common financial vices, such as spending money in coffee shops, racking up bar tabs or frequently dining out. The average […]

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One of Fastest-Growing Workplace Perks Is…

One of Fastest-Growing Workplace Perks Is…

This may surprise you: pet health insurance is now one of the fastest-growing workplace perks, according to insurer Nationwide. Nationwide found that nearly half of all Fortune 500 companies offer pet insurance as a voluntary benefit, making it available to millions of employees throughout the U.S. To meet growing demand and to simplify and enhance […]

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Nearly a Quarter of Americans Have No Emergency Savings

Nearly a Quarter of Americans Have No Emergency Savings

Nearly a quarter of Americans have no emergency savings, according to a new report from Bankrate.com. However, the percentage of those without an emergency fund currently sits at a six year low, down to 24% this year from 28% last year. Additionally, Americans with an adequate savings cushion – enough to cover six months’ expenses […]

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U.S. Job Growth Comes Roaring Back

U.S. Job Growth Comes Roaring Back

The U.S. experienced powerful job growth in June following disappointing performances in recent months, according to new report from the government. In June, total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 222,000, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Friday. Experts were only expecting to see 179,000 for June. Job production has been erratic in recent […]

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How Hawaii Became a State

How Hawaii Became a State

In July in 1898, the United States began absorbing an island paradise en route to making it a state, the U.S. Census Bureau chronicles. President William McKinley signed a resolution annexing the Hawaiian Islands, then an independent republic. A short time later, Congress made Hawaii an incorporated territory of the United States, which it remained until achieving statehood in 1959, giving […]

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Another 12 Months of Home Price Gains. Will There Be a Crash?

Another 12 Months of Home Price Gains. Will There Be a Crash?

Home prices rose across the country during the 12 months leading up to April 2017, according to newly-released data from the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices, a key measure of U.S. home prices. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index, covering all nine U.S. census divisions, reported a 5.5% annual gain in April, […]

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