What Resources Do Families Have for Financial Emergencies?
For the typical family, earnings have grown little over the past decade and income has frequently been volatile, with more than half of U.S. households reporting that income or expenses vary from month to month. Income alone, however, no matter how consistent, does not guarantee that households can accumulate a sufficient financial cushion to protect themselves from the unexpected. One in 3 American families reports having no savings, including 1 in 10 of those with incomes of more than $100,000 a year. Lack of savings tops the list of financial worries of many households and affects families at all income levels. The findings in this issue brief reveal that a significant portion of the population is…
Straight Talk About Palliative Care: What Everyone Should Know
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Anterior Pelvic Tilt: What it is and how to help it
(KUTV) Jon Young, a certified athletic trainer at Utah Valley Sports Medicine stopped by 2News to help you Anterior Pelvic Tilt (APT) is in reference to the positioning of the pelvis. The pelvis or hips are an active joint meaning it does move in relation
10 Early Signs of Alzheimer's Disease
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There’s a fine line between caring and controlling—but older adults and their grown children often disagree on where it is.