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Brush Your Pet's Teeth

Brush Your Pet's Teeth

February Is National Pet Dental Health Month, according to PetFirst Pet Insurance. It’s time to brush up on this all-important aspect of pet care.

In 2017, PetFirst Pet Insurance reported nearly a quarter of a million dollars in claims for gingivitis and periodontal disease and those are just…

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Real Earnings on a Bumpy Path

Real Earnings on a Bumpy Path

Real average hourly earnings for all employees decreased 0.2 percent from December to January, seasonally adjusted, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.

This result stems from a 0.3-percent increase in average hourly earnings offset by a 0.5-percent increase in the Consumer Price Index…

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Teaching Kids about Animal Rescue

Teaching Kids about Animal Rescue

A new line of plush toys gives kids an education in caring for rescue animals.

KD Group has brought out the line, called Rescue Runts.

Kids find the sweet plush puppies and kitties in broken down crates with tears in their eyes and dirt on their paws, in need of…

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New York Women are Nation's Most Stressed, According to Study

New York Women are Nation's Most Stressed, According to Study

Life can be stressful in the hustle and bustle of New York. A new study shows just how hard it can be on women.

According to New York State health care provider Northwell Health, life in New York is more stressful than anywhere else.

A national survey of more than…

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Couples Spend an Average of $33,391 on Weddings, Survey Finds

Couples Spend an Average of $33,391 on Weddings, Survey Finds

In 2017, the average cost of a wedding was $33,391, with high spenders—those spending an average of $60,000 or more on their weddings—spending an average of $105,130 on their wedding day, according to a new study.

Formal weddings have steadily decreased (20% in 2009 to…

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Information Systems Majors are the Best-Paid Business School Graduates, Study Finds

Information Systems Majors are the Best-Paid Business School Graduates, Study Finds

Here’s a good tip for choosing a major: Students who earn degrees in Information Systems (IS) earn higher starting salaries than fellow business-school counterparts.

Additionally, IS students benefit from one of the strongest national placement averages.

These statistics are just some of the findings from the latest edition…

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