There may be signs that individuals who would like to protect their wealth and assets in the coming years will come out to vote this November for candidates who put these concerns at the top of their agenda.
Earlier this month, devastating mudslides hit northwest China’s Gansu province leaving some 1,500 people dead. As classes resumed for primary- and middle-school students today, experts have called for a careful and systematic approach to rebuilding efforts.
Antioxidants — especially those found in alcoholic beverages like beer and wine — may provide significant support for brain health, according to a new study released by researchers from Boston University.
Yesterday’s primaries were expected to be a test of the Tea Party movement’s capacity to influence political outcomes leading up to the general elections in November. With some precincts still counting the votes, it appears that Tea Party-backed candidates did well overall, even if not everywhere.
In its quest to document immigration violations — and the government’s apparent inability to control the incoming flow of people — along the United States-Mexican border, the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) has released a new video reportedly showing gaps in border security.
Cognitive decline is one of the most serious conditions faced by aging seniors. It can rob them of their memory and ability to perform day-to-day tasks independently.
A new report from the National Association of Realtors has found that home sales fell by more than 27 percent in July and were more than 25 percent lower than at the same time last year. Experts say the expiration of the home buyer tax credit as well as the weak economic recovery that has produced far fewer jobs than expected have brought about this result.
Dealing at least a temporary blow to the Obama administration’s planned expansion of stem cell research, a Federal judge has ordered a ban on public funding for these types of studies.
Some financial experts believe that in times of economic uncertainly and possibly looming inflation, investments in precious metals like gold, provide the best way to protect one’s assets. However, some people may find it onerous to go through the process, which they may associate with something only wealthy individuals can do.
Choosing foods that have fewer unhealthy fats may help individuals avoid heart health problems, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health.