Smoke and air pollution from wildfires will significantly impact the state's economy—particularly the tourism and hospitality industries, which have already been battered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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For Busy Parents, Maxi-Cosi Launches First-Ever Baby Car Seat Designed to Give Parents an Extra Hand
Busy parents who could use extra hand will love Maxi-Cosi's first baby car seat and carrier system.
If you are starting or committing to a diet plan to lose belly fat, you may come to a point where you would feel sluggish, hungry, and craving for food, up to a point where you would consider quitting the weight loss program.
It looks like the unnamed healthcare professional sweat entirely through his scrubs.
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No matter your age, having an insurance policy to your name can offer protection in more ways than one.
Rural hospital closures will force some of Georgia's poorest residents to travel more than 30 miles to seek health care.
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There's a lot you may not know about stress, including these adverse effects.
During Tuesday's Democratic National Convention, Cindy McCain narrated a video highlighting the bipartisanship shown between her late husband, Republican Sen. John McCain, and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
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Manage your debt situation with best tools and services.
Looking for a career pivot? Take a look at these jobs that have no formal education requirement. Some of which pay more than the average annual wage across all jobs.
Despite being bullied and dealing with the grief of my mother's death I began drawing, and it soon became a habit. Then, I started to really develop another creative outlet that has helped and empowered me over the years: my poetry.
In the latest episode of her podcast, the former first lady says Trump's handling of the nation's civil unrest has been "exhausting" and "dispiriting."
The arrests happened on Friday during a protest over police treatment of activists from May, and on Saturday during a "Back the Blue" counterprotest.
Now that the vow-exchange is out of the way, the newlyweds of "Married at First Sight" season 11 can get onto the hard stuff, like actually getting to know each other.
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Importance of nutrition on mental health, and how to eat healthy on a bad mental health day
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With a little bit of preparation and the right skincare products, you can prevent mask-induced acne.
Last year, when my mom moved back in with us, she knew who my children were—but she has now forgotten them. The lockdown really seems to have been detrimental to her disease—gone are the days when she remembers who I am.
In a recent interview, "Hamilton" film director Thomas Kail explained how he shot and edited the Tony Award-winning musical.
"Something happened in my life, and it started with a clogged pen," the cartoonist explained on his website.
All she needs is some water and her tennis ball.
The City Parks Foundation SummerStage's virtual Juneteenth celebration will highlight black voices through music and dance and a panel discussion on Friday.
I grew up in a household where the other men in my family had very negative experiences with the police. As a result, I have grown up with the sentiment that they are not to be trusted, and they are not who I should contact if I am in need of help or protection.
One Minneapolis group sent Newsweek an unpublished, 19-page document with recommendations, including requiring police to carry their own professional liability insurance, robust civilian oversight of police, and a disciplinary reset mechanism.
She called the police and seemed to feel certain she would walk away with impunity, as everything exploded behind her. But Christian Cooper didn't blow up. He just kept recording.
The high-profile killings of black men in recent weeks have ramped up the pressure on Joe Biden to pick a black woman as his running mate, with Senator Kamala Harris and former Georgia candidate for Governor Stacey Abrams mentioned most often.
Social media giants are announcing new efforts to combat misinformation. But here in the "infodemic," we can't rely on anyone to do that work for us.
Dr. Jessica Taylor has been been subjected to online abuse from thousands of angry men who had merely learned the title of her upcoming book: "Why Women are Blamed for Everything: Exploring Victim Blaming of Women Subjected to Violence and Trauma."
Bingeing shows on Netflix is just more entertaining when the libations are free-flowing.