Older Americans say this great idea can make everyone better with money

Surveys regularly show that older Americans regret a lot of things — working too much, choosing the wrong partner, not taking care of their health, and so on. There are often financial regrets, too, such as not saving enough, and investing too little for retirement. This last regret has many causes: everything from the burden … Read more

Indian Zoos: The Seeds of Wildlife Conservation

I’ll start with a quote from my best friend Jane Goodall (Which I’ve never met, of course). Her message to the Anti-Zoo Brigade was that in these times on the brink, it is important, more than ever, to educate children about the importance of wildlife. And nothing, not even the best TV shows and movies, … Read more

Focus on promoting good mental health in 2023 with UAB Arts in Medicine – News

The Virtual Mental Health Monday series includes sessions on dance, healing rituals, forest bathing, LGBTQ+ youth support, suicide prevention and caregivers, and homelessness reduction. The Virtual Mental Health Monday series includes sessions on dance, healing rituals, forest bathing, LGBTQ+ youth support, suicide prevention and caregivers, and homelessness reduction.Find out ways to support mental health at … Read more

Biological treatment of IBD patients through the Financial Assistance Program can have superior results

A study conducted by researchers at UT Southwestern University found that patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) who needed treatment with biological therapies and enrolled in a financial assistance program were less likely to need surgery after starting treatment compared to those not enrolled in the program. There are gaps in the care of patients … Read more

New letter campaigns speak out against widespread book bans in Missouri

With hundreds of books banned in Missouri schools this year, the removals have come under fresh criticism from librarians and authors, including such high-profile writers as Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman, Louis Lowry, Laurie Halsey Anderson and Art Spiegelman. that open letter By PEN America Wednesday has a growing list of signatories criticizing the state’s removal … Read more

Goretti Gila Annual Supports Study Assistance Program | News magazine

HAgerstown — A student, coach, educator, distinguished alumnus, and philanthropist pair was in the spotlight Oct. 27 during the second annual Goretti Gila gala at the Maryland Theater in downtown Hagerstown, Maryland in front of an audience of nearly 200 people. The event is the largest fundraiser of the year for the St. Maria Goretti … Read more

Opinion: The gates are open for grandparents to grandchildren’s huge college savings

If you’re a grandparent looking to salvage the situation by helping your grandchildren pay for college, take a second look at the tax-advanced 529 college savings plan before the end of the year. rule changes To accounts for federal financial aid in 2023 means that new investment opportunities are open for family members to help … Read more

Galloway School Board Candidates Discuss Budgets and Mental Health Ahead of Elections

Unusually warm November weather for high school football matches GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP – The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on student well-being and the potential shortage of government funds to deal with the challenges of the pandemic era took center stage at the last town hall for a school board race. The Galloway Family School Associations … Read more