Youth mental health has worsened significantly over the past decade, but new interventions that teach positive psychology concepts in school may help.
The Census Bureau is projecting that 4,793 new businesses will form in the midwest within four quarters of their application date.
Nationwide unemployment dipped slightly from October, reaching 3.7 percent in November.
Assisted living centers have become an appealing retirement option for hundreds of thousands of boomers who can no longer live independently, promising a cheerful alternative to the institutional feel of a nursing home. But their cost is so crushingly high that most Americans can’t afford them.
Research shows that when women watch a female lead character on a fictional political TV show, it can increase their interest in participating in politics and their belief that they can make a difference in the electoral process and results.
Inflation in the United States continued to cool faster than expected, as prices fell from 3.7% in September to 3.2% in October.
U.S. senators voted 87-11 to approve legislation Wednesday that would fund the government into next year, clearing the measure for President Joe Biden’s signature.
The United States added 150,000 new jobs in October, according to the monthly report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
President Joe Biden’s nominee to head the Social Security Administration on Thursday promised senators that he would address hardships the agency has caused by trying to recoup billions of dollars it mistakenly overpays beneficiaries each year.
More than a third of schools nationwide don’t have a full-time nurse on-site, according to a 2021 survey by the National Association of School Nurses. The schools that don’t have a dedicated nurse either share one with other campuses, or don’t have one at all.