Archive for June, 2009
Those who make energy efficiency home improvements may qualify for a tax break, and the Tax Incentives Assistance Project (TIAP) has set out to remind Americans to take advantage of them not only to cut their bills but also to help the environment.
Capital flows to where it feels secure. The recent leftward tilt of the U.S. Government has sent money flowing to places other than the U.S. Dollar. Read this article to learn what that means to you…
Iron plays a key role in brain development, and its deficiency has been linked to hearing complications in prematurely born babies, a new study has found.
According to new research, a low-carb diet high in plant-based proteins may help lower heart disease risk factors in overweight people.
A faulty pool drain cover can lead to serious injuries, and the beginning of the summer season is a good time to review basic safety measures that pool-owners should keep in mind to avoid a disaster.
U.S. Census workers are on the streets of America. But they’re not just counting the number of people in each house. In fact, the census doesn’t even start until next year. Read this story to find out what the government has them doing now…
According to a new article, dietary adjustments may help prevent or treat prostate cancer.
Deft Research, a market research firm, has released a study which analyzes the expectations of those aged 63-64 for their retirement and health insurance.