How America's Poor Sell Their Blood Plasma to Get By
"Donating" twice a week isn't an act of charity—it's a job.
Alzheimer's & Dementia Caregiver Center
Dementia & Alzheimer's care, help and support - get information on stages, behaviors, memory loss, medication, activities, care facilities and more. Find support groups, message boards and other tools to help you cope.
Is It a Cold, Allergies, or a Sinus Problem?
Got a cold? If you have a stuffy nose, runny eyes, and other symptoms, you might think so.
Here's Why You Should Definitely Be Shopping At A Thrift Store
People who love thrift stores really love thrift stores. And they were gaining in popularity well before
SEC Names Stephanie Avakian and Steven Peikin as Co-Directors of Enforcement
Washington D.C., June 8, 2017— The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Acting Director of the Division of Enforcement Stephanie Avakian and former federal prosecutor Steven Peikin have been named Co-Directors of the Division of Enforcement. The Division of Enforcement is the agency's largest unit with more than 1,200 investigators, accountants, trial attorneys, and other professionals “There is no place for bad actors in our capital markets, particularly those that prey on investors and undermine confidence in our economy,” said Chairman Jay Clayton. “Stephanie and Steve will aggressively police our capital markets and enforce our nation’s securities laws as Co-Directors of the Division of Enforcement. They have each demonstrated market knowledge, impeccable character, and commitment…
How the 1986 immigration law compares with Obama’s program
As the federal government gears up to offer deportation relief to about 4 million unauthorized immigrants, it’s worth looking back to 1986, when a new law established what was then the biggest legalization and citizenship process in U.S. history.
Why Japan's 6.9 Quake Wasn't 2011 All Over Again
The damage from yesterday's quake, like its magnitude, was much lower than six years ago.
What Happens to Developmentally Disabled as Parents Age, Die?
Many of the 860,000 people over 60 who care for someone with intellectual or developmental disabilities are waiting for the person they care for to receive state Medicaid services, fretting over what will happen to the person they care for when they die.
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10 Ways to Save Pollinators and Protect Our Food Supply
You can help save pollinators. Here are ten ways you can directly help pollinators and support National Wildlife Federation’s efforts to protect and restore these critically important wildlife species.