New Study Finds That Acupuncture May Help Those Suffering from Fibromyalgia

Feb 23, 16 New Study Finds That Acupuncture May Help Those Suffering from Fibromyalgia

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Millions of people around the world use acupuncture to help with general soreness, but new research has indicated that it could also benefit those who suffer from severe medical conditions, particularly fibromyalgia. According to Fox News, a recent study in Spain has found that individualized acupuncture treatments are associated...

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German Utilities Companies Urged to Pool Cash For Nuclear Clean-Up

In Germany, the costs of dismantling their nuclear plants has become a major issue for the country’s energy firms, with markets eagerly awaiting commission proposals due by the end of the month. The chairman of a government-appointed commission said that Germany’s ailing utilities should transfer cash into a fund in...

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New Study Finds That One in Five People May Never Be Able to Retire Fully

Feb 19, 16 New Study Finds That One in Five People May Never Be Able to Retire Fully

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Saving for retirement is one of the biggest concerns for people all over the world, and new research has found that this uncertainty may be warranted. According to CNBC, a recent report from UK-based bank HSBC found considerable discrepancies between most workers’ will to retire in the near future and their actual ability to...

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In These U.S. Cities, Millennials Are Competing With Their Grandparents For Housing

Feb 19, 16 In These U.S. Cities, Millennials Are Competing With Their Grandparents For Housing

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America’s slowly aging senior population is like a slow-moving freight train. Every day, more than 10,000 Baby Boomers pass the age of 65, and by 2050 seniors will make up 21% of the population (81.7 million). Despite this clear data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the supply of senior housing will soon fall short of demand, and...

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President Obama’s Budget Proposal Includes 1.6% Raise for Federal Employees

Feb 18, 16 President Obama’s Budget Proposal Includes 1.6% Raise for Federal Employees

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As America’s economy begins to slowly rebound, it looks as though federal employees may be in line for a pay raise if President Obama’s current budget proposal is passed by Congress. According to The Washington Post, the president’s proposal would result in a 1.6% pay raise for federal employees, although it would...

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