WFH: One Practice, Infinite Ways to Increase Profitability
Economic / Poll / Statistics

WFH: One Practice, Infinite Ways to Increase Profitability

If you think working remotely (working from home or WFH) is not a top hiring trend within organizations, think again. In fact, American employees are working remotely for longer chunks of time, according to Gallup, “State of the American Workplace”. The amount of workers who spent one day or less a week working remotely diminished … Continue reading

20 ‘Best Hospitals’ for the 2016 to 2017 Year
Health / Lifestyle / Poll / Reporting / Research / Self-Help / Technology / Uncategorized

20 ‘Best Hospitals’ for the 2016 to 2017 Year

From taking x-rays to welcoming a newborn into this world, we never know when we’ll have to visit a hospital. But, at least there are hospitals that have a high rank if we do need to go to them; in fact, there are 20 such hospitals in the U.S., according to U.S. News & World … Continue reading

15 Top Universities for ‘2016’ and Beyond
Education / Finance / Lifestyle / Poll / Research

15 Top Universities for ‘2016’ and Beyond

It’s graduation season! Thinking of heading back to college next semester? If so, it may be worthwhile to view the top 15 universities in the “National University Rankings,” as presented by U.S. News & World Report. Schools in the National Universities category, such as Johns Hopkins University and Brown University, offer a complete range of … Continue reading

3 Ways to Become an Expert on Anything
Lifestyle / Poll / Quote / Research / Self-Help

3 Ways to Become an Expert on Anything

Experts appear on television stations such as MSNBC, CNN and HLN, but how do people become experts on a topic anyway? If you want to become an expert follow these three steps. Take It As It Comes According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, an expert is defined as having or showing special skill or knowledge because of what you … Continue reading

Old Man Winter Got You Down?
Option / Poll / Reporting / Research / Safety / Self-Help

Old Man Winter Got You Down?

Mounds of snow on the ground that never seems to melt away for months at a time, treacherous driving conditions, having to brave blisteringly cold temperatures and bundling up in layers of clothing just to stay warm. Though spring is just around the corner, winter is absolutely miserable for many because they experience the blah’s. Not to mention the fact … Continue reading

4 Ways to Ramp-Up Memory Function
Health / Lifestyle / Poll / Reporting / Research / Safety / Self-Help / Technology

4 Ways to Ramp-Up Memory Function

You might be able to remember all the things you have to start and finish, if you had the memory of an elephant. Oh well, you win some and you lose some. But, you can learn ways to improve your memory function. Four ways, in fact, are listed below. Working Out your Brain 1. Lack of sleep can affect many … Continue reading

4 Tips for Taking Antidepressants
Health / Lifestyle / Research / Self-Help

4 Tips for Taking Antidepressants

You may have come to know Zoloft (sertraline), Wellbutrin (bupropion) and Prozac (fluoxetine) from television commercials or you may even take these popular antidepressants (depression medication). There are countless antidepressants on the market, each raking in big bucks. But, be forewarned that antidepressants also come with huge side effects and dangers. Although there is a … Continue reading

Seen & Heard, Part 2
Celebrities / Quote / Social Media

Seen & Heard, Part 2

Celebrities are never ones to be bashful, especially when it comes to voicing their opinions. Especially when they have popular social media platforms such as Twitter. In the article Seen & Heard, Part 1, we looked at quotes that have been imparted by stars and other public figures, directly to us. For your reading pleasure, here’s part two. Imagine … Continue reading