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Report: High School Not Too Late to Improve Student Outcomes

As school districts grapple with the pandemic's academic fallout,

A Staggering 70% of Parents Lose More Than 130 Nights of Sleep in their Baby’s First Year

With the majority of parents losing over one third of a year’s sleep - the realities of parental sleep deprivation cannot be ignored.

One In Four People Aged 70+ Admit To Being A Victim Of Financial Abuse

A quarter of people aged 70 or above have suffered financial abuse, according to a new survey which details the shocking scale of the problem.

Omega-3s — Can You Take Too Much?

Are there any side effects to taking omega-3s? Can we take too much of them?

Paint Proven to Reduce SARS-COV-2, Virus Causing Covid-19

Microsafe by Hanford+Green, a highly effective antimicrobial paint proven to significantly reduce the growth of harmful bacteria is now proven to reduce SARS-COV-2 (the virus that causes Covid-19) on painted surfaces.

Group Works to Research Internship Pay and Inequities

Former unpaid interns in Congress are broadening their quest for paid internships, with a $200,000 grant to research racial inequities in internship programs across the country.

Only 20% of Businesses on Government Entrepreneurship Schemes reach their First Growth Milestone

Only 20% of businesses on Government entrepreneurship schemes achieve any growth milestones, according to new research by emlyon business school.

How Can You Modify Your Business with New Generation Analytics?

Here are some of the aspects that the right SAP S4 HANA for you brings

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Texas Benefits from Post-Disaster Philanthropy

When the unexpected winter storm hit Texas in February, foundations, corporations and individual donors stepped up to help communities recover.
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Essential During Pandemic, Home Caregivers Push for More Hazard Pay

Home caregivers in Washington are urging the state to extend - and raise - hazard pay for their essential workforce.

Environmental Bond Act Called Victory for Clean Water, Climate, Jobs

In November of 2022, New York voters will have the chance to approve the largest Environmental Bond Act in the history of the state.

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Texas Benefits from Post-Disaster Philanthropy

When the unexpected winter storm hit Texas in February, foundations, corporations and individual donors stepped up to help communities recover.

Essential During Pandemic, Home Caregivers Push for More Hazard Pay

Home caregivers in Washington are urging the state to extend - and raise - hazard pay for their essential workforce.