How Owning a Dog Can Improve Your Life
How Owning a Dog Can Improve Your Life

Man’s best friend — and other pets — benefit owners’ physical health and even social lives in multiple ways, according to a new study.

How to Go Organic Without Going Broke
How to Go Organic Without Going Broke

Organic foods can be cheaper than conventional foods — if you know where to look. Find out which stores offer the best deals.

8 Cost-Cutting Lessons from California’s Drought Crisis
8 Cost-Cutting Lessons from California’s Drought Crisis

No matter where you live, the California drought affects you, and it also provides some practical tips on saving water — and money.

How the Health of U.S. Moms Stacks Up in Global Ranking
How the Health of U.S. Moms Stacks Up in Global Ranking

Hint: American moms are between Somali moms (at the low end) and Norwegians (with the highest ranking), and by some measures on par with the Serbians.

Does Grandpa Have a Smartphone? It Could be His Key to Independence
Does Grandpa Have a Smartphone? It Could be His Key to Independence

A new study reveals that seniors with cellphones use them differently, but love them more than younger users. Here are the details.

Cool Trend for Women: FYOE (Freeze Your Own Eggs) Parties
Cool Trend for Women: FYOE (Freeze Your Own Eggs) Parties

Forget Tupperware parties. These get-togethers sell women on safeguarding the option of motherhood.

7 Eye-Opening Truths About Driverless Cars
7 Eye-Opening Truths About Driverless Cars

Media reports suggest that a driverless future is right around the corner. But here is the real scoop.

Is Your Coffee Hiding a Deadly Secret?
Is Your Coffee Hiding a Deadly Secret?

Your coffee machine could be dispensing more than meets the eye. Here’s what you need to know about the potential for deadly bacteria in your caffeine fix.

How to Fight ‘Surprise’ Medical Bills
How to Fight ‘Surprise’ Medical Bills

If you’ve ever gotten a medical bill your insurance company wouldn’t pay, you’re not alone. Here’s how to fight back.

Taking the Bite Out of ‘Vampire’ Electrical Costs
Taking the Bite Out of ‘Vampire’ Electrical Costs

Would you leave your car idling in your garage? That’s what you’re doing with many things plugged in around your house. Here are the worst offenders.

How to Make the Most Money Selling Your Used Textbooks
How to Make the Most Money Selling Your Used Textbooks

Bookstores and other buyers can pay vastly different prices for the same textbook, which is why it pays to shop around when selling your school books.

5 Home-Buying Cliches You Should Not Believe
5 Home-Buying Cliches You Should Not Believe

“Home values always rise” and other misconceptions that can lead you to make expensive mistakes in purchasing real estate.

Bon Appetit! Crickets, Anyone?
Bon Appetit! Crickets, Anyone?

Insects, such as crickets, could be the way to address growing global food demands. Here are some companies attempting to create a taste for bug-based foods in the United States.

Vanishing Campuses: 29 Colleges to Shut Down
Vanishing Campuses: 29 Colleges to Shut Down

Cascading closures could signal the beginning of the end for for-profit colleges. Here’s the latest.

College Majors That Land the 10 Best (and Worst) Paying Jobs
College Majors That Land the 10 Best (and Worst) Paying Jobs

Although college graduates earn about $1 million more throughout their lifetime than high school grads, they need to choose their major carefully.

Tips for Age-Proofing Your Resume
Tips for Age-Proofing Your Resume

These resume tweaks will help older workers avoid losing out on a job opportunity due to age discrimination.

How Rising Home Prices Hurt Us All
How Rising Home Prices Hurt Us All

Decreases in homeownership rates are driving increases in income inequality, according to a recent study.

Having Kids Later in Life Can Endanger Finances
Having Kids Later in Life Can Endanger Finances

There are more older parents than ever, and they face unique financial concerns. Find out more.

Top 10 Things You Should Never Buy Used
Top 10 Things You Should Never Buy Used

You could save a few bucks, but safety concerns and the “eww factor” suggest these items should not be thrift-store buys.

How Much Personal Data Should We Render Up to The Man?
How Much Personal Data Should We Render Up to The Man?

With the advent of Apple watches — and myriad similar devices — our employers, and others, will be seeking to collect our personal information, and will be capable of doing so in great detail, if we agree. Do we?

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