Archive for March, 2018

Men, Cycling and a Devastating Injury

Men, Cycling and a Devastating Injury

Sporting-related cervical fractures increased by 35 percent from 2000 to 2015, mainly due to an increase in cycling-related injuries, according to research presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). Men experienced the most fractures due to cycling, while the most common cause of fractures in women was horseback riding. The […]

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The Goodwill Box Gives Back

The Goodwill Box Gives Back

You’ve probably donated clothing or other items to Goodwill at one time or another. Now the nonprofit organization behind the thrift stores and donation boxes wants to make sure that people with low incomes are getting something back. Goodwill is raising public awareness about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), which can mean thousands of […]

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Heart Patients See Benefit in Activity Trackers, But Few Use Them

Heart Patients See Benefit in Activity Trackers, But Few Use Them

Wearable activity trackers have been widely adopted in fitness circles but they’re being under-utilized by those whose lives might be saved by these devices. Device makers say that activity trackers with a heart monitoring functions (such as heart rate and blood pressure) can be a lifesaving tool when used by people with heart disease – […]

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Subaru Brings Back Its Dog Family

Subaru Brings Back Its Dog Family

Japanese car maker Subaru is hoping you remember the Barkleys – the family of dogs featured in the company’s 2013 “Meet the Barkleys” campaign. Subaru of America is rolling out a new series of five commercials featuring the Barkleys, and you can see them all on the company’s YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/Subaru. According to Subaru, the […]

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Wow!: The Average Worker Spends Six Hours on Sports-Related Activities During The College Basketball Tournament, OfficeTeam Finds

Wow!: The Average Worker Spends Six Hours on Sports-Related Activities During The College Basketball Tournament, OfficeTeam Finds

Employees are mad about sporting events like March Madness, suggests a new survey from staffing firm OfficeTeam. Professionals said they spend an average of 25.5 minutes per day on sports-related activities in the office during the college basketball playoffs. With the tournament spread across 15 workdays, that’s the equivalent of six hours per employee. Male […]

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Parents Demand More Support for At-Home Science Learning for Young Children

Parents Demand More Support for At-Home Science Learning for Young Children

More parents would engage in science-related activities with their children—if they only knew how, according to the results of a new survey. In a first-of-its kind survey, Education Development Center (EDC) and SRI International spoke to more than 1,400 parents about the educational activities they do with their young children. The survey results are captured […]

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Majority of Adults Have Less than $5,000 in Savings, PenFed Credit Union Survey Finds

Majority of Adults Have Less than $5,000 in Savings, PenFed Credit Union Survey Finds

The majority of adults have less than $5,000 in savings, according to survey results from PenFed Credit Union. However, when asked about their outlook on the future, say they plan to save more this year over last year. PenFed, the nation’s second-largest federal credit union, has presented results from a nationwide survey on consumer behaviors and opinions […]

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Tech Professional Get More Serious About Security

Tech Professional Get More Serious About Security

Corporate Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are pulling out all the stops to combat IT security threats, according to new research from staffing firm Robert Half Technology. This could provide a career boost for interested IT professionals. Cybersecurity Attacks on the Rise With cybersecurity attacks on the rise, more companies are taking advanced steps to protect […]

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Americans Save 7.6% of Salary on Average for Retirement, PenFed Survey Finds

Americans Save 7.6% of Salary on Average for Retirement, PenFed Survey Finds

A recent nationwide survey found that on average, adults direct 7.6% of their salary to their retirement savings, PenFed Credit Union reports. The percentage increases among households with incomes over $100,000, college graduates, men, adults with a financial advisor and adults who have automatic savings. Market research firm McLaughlin & Associates conducted the survey on behalf […]

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America’s Favorite Architectural Styles, According to Trulia

America’s Favorite Architectural Styles, According to Trulia

Americans’ favorite home styles are craftsman (43%), ranch (41%) and colonial (36%), according to a survey from home and neighborhood site Trulia. This new survey was conducted online by Harris Poll of more than 2,000 Americans age 18 and older. Millennials, aged 18-34 years old, were more likely to favor craftsman-style homes (52% vs. 36% […]

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