Category Archives: National Features

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

Americans Love Pumpkin Spice

By Zoya Gervis // SWNS–The vast majority of Americans love pumpkin spice so much that they’d be willing to sign a petition to allow the flavor to be available throughout the year, according to a new survey. Seventy-nine percent would be willing to add their name to the list, all to ensure one of their…MORE

National Radio Day

Good evening and thank you for joining us. On tonight’s broadcast, we’ll be discussing a time-honored tradition that has for decades been a source of joy, a focal point for debate and a way to bring friends and family together. On this day, August 20, we celebrate National Radio Day and we’ll be coming to…MORE

Study:  Social Media Use May Harm Teens

Study: Social Media Use May Harm Teens

It’s estimated that seven in ten Americans now use social media.  New evidence suggests those platforms may be harmful to teens’ mental health.MORE

International Lefthanders Day

Wonder what it’s like to see the world from a “left-handed” point of view? On International Lefthanders Day, August 13, you get to explore that world for a day. Did you know Presidents Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama were all left-handed?  Rock out with Paul McCartney or Jimi Hendrix, the world’s greatest left-handed…MORE

What Would You Give Up to Avoid Doing Chores?

By Marie Haaland // SWNS–From pretending to be sick, doing a bad job on purpose or inventing a work task, new research shows the majority of chore-doing Americans have given their partner one of these excuses to get out of doing housework. Of those who do housework, two-thirds (67 percent) admitted that they and/or their…MORE

The Doctor is In

There has been a lot of discussion in the news and social media about sunscreen and the potential that the very products made to protect us, could be hurting us. In this “The Doc Is In” segment, Emergency Room Physician, Dr. Ryan Stanton, examines the chemicals in sunscreen and offers suggestions on the types that…MORE

National Disability Day

National Disability Day on December 3 is a day to help everyone become more compassionate and understanding of the challenges faced by people with disabilities. The day doesn’t discriminate between mental and physical disabilities, and the spirit of the day is to ensure that all people in the world have equal opportunities for work, play,…MORE