Well, you’ve done it. You finally decided you’re going to learn how to drive. Some may consider you…
Homeownership is one of those things that many of us dream of, but are never quite able to…
2020 has been a tumultuous year — to put it mildly.
By mid-May, the coronavirus pandemic had created a devastating 36 million jobless claims.
There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted almost everyone’s lives.
We are living in a time of significant community challenges.
The news today is terrifying. And it’s not just the virus that haunts your dreams and plagues (literally) your waking thoughts.
When many of us think of hackers, we think of a person sitting alone in a dark room attempting to “break-in” to a computer system using their technological know-how. In reality, most hackers, especially the successful ones, don’t work like that. Rather than forcing their way in, they knock on the door and ask if you’ll let them into your computer and eventually your life.
About 14% of the U.S. population moves each year.
It doesn’t matter what culture, gender, background, or religion you hail from — everyone can have a green thumb.
The Green Wave is sweeping across the United States of America with the legalization of recreational marijuana in addition to medicinal marijuana.
While the dearth of medical care in rural America has gotten a lot of attention recently, there has been less of a focus on access to health care in cities.
More than three years ago, researchers uncovered a troubling trend in the realm of pain management. There is compelling evidence of racial bias in emergency room settings, with black patients half as likely to be prescribed opioids for pain than white patients.
The Internet of Things (IoT) uses sensors and communication devices in all kinds of unexpected and exciting ways.
You’ve worked long and hard to create your company from the ground up. Are you doing everything in your power to protect it?
Access to safe and nutritious food is a fundamental human right, according to the United Nations, but the reality is much more complicated.
Living in an apartment in an urban setting can have a lot of benefits.
The holidays are right around the corner making this an exciting time of the year for many.
There are many factors that can affect a person’s health.
There is nothing more important to every household than the protection and security of the family within.
Gone are the days of the traditional nine-to-five work schedule.
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicates that the U.S. unemployment rate was holding steady at 3.7% as of May 2019.
A traditional college experience isn’t going to work for everyone.
Anybody who has committed their life to providing education in urban areas will know exactly how deep the struggles can go.
For many Americans, renting makes financial and logistical sense.
Graduating high school is an exciting feat on its own, but heading off to college in a new city can be the adventure of a lifetime.
Moving in together is a big step.
Nonprofits are busy these days as the world reaches new levels of generosity.
Since 1950, the world's urban population has been on the rise, and the trend is expected to continue.
Mountain biking can be an intimidating sport to get into.