10 resolutions you might fail at this year
Starting in the new year, roughly 45 percent of Americans will make new commitments but only eight percent will achieve their goals.
10 easy-to-do steps to lower economic stress in 2014
Resolutions are usually a terrible way to effect change. Changing habits involves changing your lifestyle, and that requires a deep commitment that most of us lack. If you've resolved to get your financial life in order, I offer 10 important and easy-to-do steps.
More daters turn to Web but still keep lips zipped
Online dating: More and more people are doing it, but no one wants to talk about it. On the record, that is.
How to tame an out-of-control kid
An emerging psychological treatment for out-of-control preschoolers called Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) has been slowly making its way into clinics across the country after years of randomized trials that have won it recognition as one of the most effective treatments for young children prone to frequent and destructive meltdowns.
Tracking the thriving business of live Christmas trees
By now the more than 20 million live Christmas trees purchased across America are starting to dry and drop needles. But real trees, however short-lived, are big business, valued at $1.01 billion in 2012.
5 myths about the North Pole
Let's consider some of the biggest misconceptions about the North Pole and how its landscape is changing.
Iowa family pays it forward with son's final wish
Just 18 days before his death, Stewart sent a Facebook message to his brother and some of his friends, vowing to purchase 25 gifts to donate to a local toy drive and challenging them to do the same.
Science's top 10 breakthroughs of 2013
Every year, the editors of Science huddle together and pick an outstanding scientific achievement as the Breakthrough of the Year.
Which celebrities, politicians had the best and worst 2013?
What do the cast of Duck Dynasty, Jennifer Lawrence and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie have in common? How about Paula Deen, President Obama and Anthony Weiner?
AAA expects U.S. holiday travel to reach record high
U.S. travel during the Christmas and New Year's holidays will rise for a fifth straight year to reach a record, boosted by more automobile trips, AAA said.
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