Category Archives: National Features

New Guidelines: No Plant-Based Milk for Children Under 5

Most young children shouldn’t drink plant-based milk, new health guidelines say By Jen Christensen, CNN (CNN) — Most children under the age of 5 should avoid plant-based milk, according to new health guidelines about what young children should drink. Plant-based milk made from rice, coconut, oats or other blends — with the exception of fortified…MORE

National Cheeseburger Day

Have faith America. National Cheeseburger Day falls on September 18. That means there’s a free (or at least discounted) cheeseburger waiting for you somewhere in this great nation. (See below.) Prepare to enjoy an American food icon — a cheeseburger oozing warm cheesy deliciousness on top of a moist, juicy patty (or two.) No matter…MORE

Couple Dodges Shark

Couple Narrowly Escape Shark Attack On Beach Well… I'm never going to the beach again. 😳🦈 Posted by UNILAD on Tuesday, September 17, 2019MORE

What Makes You Overspend?

(SWNS)–Sticking to a budget can be tough and you’re not alone if you agree. According to a new poll, Americans admit to spending $7,429.24 over their budget every year. The research found that, while only three in four Americans (74 percent) say they have some type of budget ‒ 79 percent of those still have…MORE

Telephone Tuesday

If it seems like going back to work the Tuesday after Labor Day is always met with a bombardment of calls and a never ending line of people on hold, it’s not just you. Over the past few years, businesses have experienced the phenomenon known as Telephone Tuesday, when companies receive more inbound calls than…MORE

Would You Take a Pay Cut in Exchange for a Good Night’s Sleep?

Having trouble sleeping lately? Maybe you’re one of the many Americans who would sacrifice a chunk of their salary in the name of perfect sleep. A new study found that nearly half of Americans (43 percent) would take a 10 percent pay cut for just ONE perfect night of sleep. The survey of 2,000 Americans…MORE

Millennials Spend Over a Month a Year on Food

Millennials devote about a month and a half per year to food – the equivalent of 1,140 hours – time spent meal-prepping and cooking to eating out, according to new research. The survey of 2,000 millennials looked at the trends and spends for millennial diets, examining their tastes and must-haves when it comes to food.…MORE