A common question new parents have is how often their baby should eat. This is especially true as parents struggle with the infant formula shortage.
Overnight camping doesn’t necessarily come easy to all, including the role of a parent. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Your love for animals drove you to pursue a career as a veterinarian. But you’re less thrilled about your student loans, which are becoming increasingly common among those that work in veterinary medicine. Outstanding student loan debt is growing 4.5 times as fast as incomes for new veterina…
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Child safety advocates worry these new regulations, while well meant, will not make a significant dent in the number of annual infant deaths.
Over the past couple of years, there has been a lot of commotion within the federal student loan system. Some of the changes offered welcomed relief to borrowers, such as the temporary pause on monthly payments and interest charges due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But other long-term adjustment…
New findings emphasize that where children live and the resources of others in the neighborhood may affect their brain development.
Kindergartners who are relatively younger than their classroom peers are at risk for doing less well in school. Here's how to reduce problems.
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If you’ve been defrauded by a college and have been paying for it ever since—all while hoping for student loan forgiveness—you might feel like you’ve just won the lottery. On June 23, the Biden administration announced that it will cancel student loan debt for approximately 200,000 former students, to the tune of $6 billion. These […]
If you have federal student loans, you may have received a notification that your loans are being transferred to a new loan servicer. Navient, one of the largest federal loan servicers, ended its federal contract in 2021. All of the federal loans it managed were transferred to Aidvantage, a division of Maximus Federal Services. The […]
A National Bureau of Economic Research report shows proposed legislation could bring more moms back to work. Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
College students with financial need have access to various aid opportunities to help make higher education more attainable. One of these need-based financial aid programs is the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) program. In the 2021-22 academic year, nearly $875 million in FSEOG grant funds were awarded to eligible students across 3,500 schools nationwide. […]
Why you should protect your child’s eyes, especially in the summer heat. Veuer’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Three of the 5 U.S. child heatstroke deaths in cars listed this year happened when temps reached no more than 90 degrees. Here's what you should know.
As summer heats up, everyone, especially parents of young children, should read up on water safety. Even the color of your child’s swimsuit comes into play. Buzz60’s Johana Restrepo has more.
To help their children earn their college degrees, more and more parents are taking out loans to cover their child’s education costs. In fact, a recent Sallie Mae study found that 21% of families with college students relied on parent student loans to pay for school. Federal parent PLUS loans are a popular option because […]
If you’ve been shopping around for private student loans, you might have been prompted to prequalify with lenders you’re interested in. That’s generally good advice to follow, but it’s important to understand why. Here’s how student loan prequalification works and how it can help you score the best possible deal on your education debt. What […]
A 5-year-old boy died after his mother left him inside a car outside the family's home in Houston while she prepared for her daughter's birthday party, police said.
A 5-year-old boy is dead after being left in a car for hours
Excessive heat causes more deaths in the U.S. than hurricanes, flooding and tornadoes combined. It's especially dangerous for America's homeless.
Millions of Americans have experienced extreme heat this month. Is this the new normal? Here's what to expect as summer officially starts Tuesday.
Another heatwave is set to spread across much of the US this week. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.
A daily bath or shower is a routine for many of us — and for our children, too. But is it really necessary?
Being a parent can be tricky, and many turn to parenting guides for help in figuring out what to do. Here are tips for picking a book useful for you.
Heat waves are getting hotter and becoming more frequent because of rising rates of air pollution, putting children’s health at risk, a report finds.
International students—those who attend college in the U.S. but don’t hold U.S. citizenship—may be able to refinance their student loans if they’re eager for a lower interest rate. The process can be restrictive, since many lenders require U.S. citizenship, strong U.S. credit history or a U.S. citizen co-signer to qualify. There are lenders that specifically […]
If you have high-interest student loans, student loan refinancing can be an excellent way to lower your rates, reduce your payments and save money. Student loan refinancing is offered by a few types of lenders, including banks, credit unions and online lenders. There are some advantages to refinancing your education debt with a bank rather […]
To illustrate what summer weather was like from 1920 to 2021, Stacker consulted data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The average, maximum, and minimum temperatures and average precipitation data for each year was gathered from the NOAA’s Time Series database.