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Donnie Ray Jones/FlickrScientists found students born in September boast a higher yearly average score.Being born in September puts children in the older end of the spectrum in the school year, giving them an advantage.Being in this older spectrum...
Children born into poverty start at a big disadvantage. To thrive, they need food, shelter, and health care. But a growing body of evidence shows…
The first treatment to help prevent serious allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the way. A Brisbane company said Tuesday that its daily capsules of peanut powder helped children build tolerance in a major study. Millions of children are...
The first treatment to help prevent serious allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the way. A California company said Tuesday that its daily capsules of peanut flour helped children tolerate the nuts in a major study. Millions of children have...
Good news, parents! Your kids’ empathy levels, or lack thereof, may not be all your fault. A new study, published today in Child Development, finds…
Shutterstock Successful Millennials aren't like their friends.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A $2 trillion investment chief corrects the 'myths about millennials' when it comes to investingSee Also:Study finds that...
New data finds that the total amount of CPG coupons used declined in 2017 due to changes in retail landscape.
Resolution Foundation says young Britons have suffered biggest reversal in fortunes save for young GreeksBritain’s millennial generation, born since 1981, have suffered a bigger reversal in financial fortunes than their counterparts in most other...
As the Trump administration weighs slashing and dramatically reshaping the food-stamp program, a new study finds the program dramatically cuts the poverty rate.
A joint study between the University of Cambridge and Stanford University came to a conclusion that could negatively impact Main Street's trust in Wall Street. read more
Reuters/Lisa HornakThe Trump administration is considering making it harder for foreigners to get permanent residency if they or their US-born children use public benefits such as food assistance.The Department of Homeland Security has drafted...
Medicine, dentistry and nursing top list with almost all graduates working in related professionsTraditionalists may complain about universities offering degrees in landscape gardening or public relations – but new research shows they are subjects...
The Trump administration is considering making it harder for foreigners to get permanent residency if they or their American-born children use public benefits.
A new study out of Bard will no doubt produce a hissy fit among orthodox economists…assuming they don’t succeed in ignoring it instead In The Macroeconomic Effects of Student Debt Cancellation, Scott Fullwiler, Stephanie Kelton, Catherine...
Positivity breeds positive results.
New statistics indicate that after years of growth the number of ultra-Orthodox Jewish men in Israel's workforce has begun to decline.
Women more likely to juggle work and childcare than male partners, stalling their pay progressionWomen who work part-time after having children are likely to suffer the extremes of the gender pay gap, according to fresh research showing how working...
Workplace wellness programs have two main goals: improve employees’ health and lower their employers’ healthcare costs. They’re not very good at either, new research finds. For the study, 3,300 employees of the University of Illinois at...
Strelka Institute/Flickr"Great at Work" by Morten T. Hansen suggests that working harder isn't the best way to achieve success.Instead, it's about working smarter — maximizing the effort and energy you put in, and the value you put out.The...
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