RVshare, the largest community for RV owners and renters, recently unveiled their 2023 Travel Report that indicates another blockbuster year for travel. As work flexibility continues to evolve and become a permanent lifestyle for many, RVshare is predicting it will ultimately affect the way Americans approach travel this year. RVshare insights highlight that remote employees […]
FRIDAY, Feb. 3, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- New research suggests that pregnant women and new moms in rural U.S. areas are at greater risk of adverse outcomes, including death, because they are more likely to be uninsured.
The funeral of Tyre Nichols had all the hallmarks of what’s known as a homegoing service in Black American communities. But in addition to offering an outlet for the private mourning of Nichols’ family and friends, this ritual was also public and political.
Some conservatives are holding up Jan. 6 defendants as martyrs, creating a political and possibly financial incentive for them to change their tune.
FRIDAY, Feb. 3, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- The Affordable Care Act's expansion of Medicaid makes it more likely that a woman will be diagnosed with breast cancer earlier rather than at an advanced, harder-to-treat stage, new research suggests.
The industry has long relied on immigrants to bolster its ranks, and they’ll be critical to meeting future staffing needs, experts say. But as the baby boom generation fills beds, policymakers are slow to open new pathways for foreign workers.
The International Olympic Committee has stepped up efforts to explain its position on trying to help Russian athletes qualify for the Paris Games. It comes amid a backlash from Ukraine and its allies. The Olympic body last week mapped a pathway to Paris for athletes from Russia and Belarus who have not actively supported the war. That provoked powerful pushback from Ukraine, which wants to see those countries remain banned from most international sports. The IOC also says there's no plan for its president Thomas Bach to accept Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy's invitation to visit.
THURSDAY, Feb. 2, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- Having a stroke is a life-altering experience, and complications can crop up afterwards, but a new study finds the color of your skin may determine whether you are treated for them.
At first glance, Priscilla Villarreal is not a particularly empathetic figure. Not to most conservatives, anyway.
Devotees in Ireland are marking the feast day of St. Brigid of Kildare, a medieval saint who is making a 21st century comeback.
THURSDAY, Feb. 2, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- Americans who live near a "food swamp" may have a higher risk of suffering a stroke, a preliminary study finds.
Growing numbers of people are flocking to churches in the U.S. that center their practice around giving parishioners a psychedelic brew known as ayahuasca.
TAMPA, Fla. — Sometimes, they miss their cue. The light will be gone, the townspeople will have moved on, and the hero will blow his final ride into the sunset. Not Tom Brady. Not the most successful, proficient, leading-man quarterback the NFL has ever known. Brady called it quits with a simple but elegant post on social media early Wednesday morning, and it felt absolutely right. Like any ...
Pat Riley puts it this way: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar never had any potential. Riley says, “he only had greatness." Abdul-Jabbar’s reign of nearly four decades as the NBA’s most prolific scorer is coming to an end. LeBron James is closing in on taking the top spot that Abdul-Jabbar claimed in 1984. Riley coached Abdul-Jabbar with the Lakers and brought James to Miami as a free agent in 2010.
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 1, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- Fizzy sodas, microwaveable meals and packaged cookies are convenient for people on the go, but these folks might not go as far as they’d like if that’s all they eat.
The official curriculum for a new Advanced Placement course on African American studies downplays some components that drew criticism from conservatives.
Today, the College Board released curriculum materials for the course's expansion to hundreds of additional high schools in the next academic year.
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 1, 2023 (American Heart Association News) -- When a heart stops, seconds matter. But too often, when someone has a cardiac arrest away from a hospital, people in a position to help don't.
For the past couple of years, hotel and airline loyalty programs have extended elite status in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. But in 2023, that’s coming to an end. A tsunami of downgrades will wipe out some travelers’ elite status because pandemic-era offers are expiring and loyalty programs are upping the qualification requirements.On Jan. 1,...
PHILADELPHIA — Sixteen years ago, Tony Dungy and the Indianapolis Colts beat Lovie Smith and the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI. You might remember it because Peyton Manning won his first ring, or because Prince delivered the greatest halftime show in history. You also might remember it because it was the first time two Black coaches met in football’s title game. It was a hallelujah moment ...
In a learning-packed time like infancy, one of the big problems with screen use is that young children aren't actually learning much from them, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
"It's time to fund Black feminist movements like we want them to win," supporters of the Black Feminist Fund wrote to other philanthropists.