Autism Speaks has taken the word “cure” out of its mission statement. The new mission focuses on the advance of research concerning causes and therapies for autism instead of finding a cure for autism.
Do you ever say to yourself “I constantly get passed over for promotions”? Perhaps you fulfill your job description well, but there are other bad habits that you have slowly accumulated over time that may damage your opportunities. Here are seven big ones.
You can love technology, you can hate it, or you can fall somewhere in between. Regardless of how you feel about it, you will appreciate the serious benefits the following apps provide to people with disabilities.
Regulations are complicated. Healthcare insurance is baffling. Laws are complex. The Affordable Care Act exchange combines both laws and insurance. Need help. Here are answers to the basic questions.
The Affordable Care Act is extremely detailed and confusing. How do you get ACA coverage if you have a summer and winter home, you work in one state and live in another, or you recently moved? Find out here.
More information about the size of the insurers’ network of doctors and hospitals, more standardized out-of-pocket costs, more warning about unanticipated out-of-network medical, and higher premiums are several Obamacare changes for 2017.
Each year, The Environmental Working Group updates it’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™. The guide tests 48 fruits and vegetables and ranks them according to their level of pesticide contamination. The 12 fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residue are named the year’s Dirty Dozen™. Should you avoid these products? See for yourself.
A list of 10 signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease will help you decide when forgetfulness is simply age related or whether it is something more serious.
The question is not can I operate, but should I. Surgery is not always the answer. At times, it can make an issue worse. If the right injury, in the right person is addressed by the right surgeon, in the right manner—a satisfied patient emerges.
We believe we are better than average workers because we humans overestimate our abilities relative to other people. We overestimate our many things, including our work performance. And we likely surround ourselves with co-workers who pose no threat to our self-concept. If you want to improve at work, listen to those that can provide you critical feedback.