Author: Karla Bowsher
The new version of the “Nutrition Facts” label that appears on packaged foods puts the danger of sugar consumption in the spotlight.
It takes an income of about $216,000 per year to afford a two-bedroom apartment in one U.S. city these days — and it’s not New York.
A recent analysis found that certain parts of taxis and ride-share and rental cars are loaded with bacteria.
Lifestyle changes might prevent 20 percent to 40 percent of cancer cases — and about half of cancer deaths, new research indicates.
Two West Coast cities lead Glassdoor’s latest annual list of the top 25 cities for jobs.
The salary threshold below which most white-collar, salaried workers are entitled to overtime pay will be twice as high.
The company that owns the discount retail store chains T.J.Maxx, Marshalls and Home Goods is planning to increase its store count by more than 50 percent.
A large percentage of people are willing to click a dubious link if they believe it will get them closer to one goal, a survey finds.
A study finds that one stage of life is a particularly happy time for most Americans.
Fears of identity theft and data abuse are dramatically changing how Americans use the internet, a new survey finds.
Chocolate isn’t the only treat you need to keep away from Fido. Find out which other foods and products are a threat.
New research shows that side windows offer significantly less protection from UV-A rays than windshields provide.