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Life Lessons: Club sandwich generation

Life Lessons Club sandwich generation

Over the past 20 years, you’ve no doubt heard the term “sandwich generation” women mostly in their forties, who are raising kids and at the same time taking care of aging parents. As “baby boomers” continue to age, many families have taken on multiple layers of caregiving, and some experts are now calling this the “club sandwich generation.”

Life Lessons: Negotiating salary: Dos and don’ts

Life Lessons Negotiating salary Dos and don ts

According to a recent survey, 57% of people have never asked for a raise.

Life Lessons: WeGoLook: The millionaire business model

Life Lessons WeGoLook The millionaire business model

Do you ever say to yourself “Why didn’t I think of that?” That’s when you know something is a great idea. Here’s one savvy woman who turned a great idea into a million-dollar one.

Life Lessons: Silencing the doubters: What millionaires do

Life Lessons Silencing the doubters

Her teachers said she’d never make it, so did some of the people she used to work with. Lauren Coburn was scared, but stubborn. Because she chose her own path, she now has her own million-dollar company.

Life Lessons: Women’s Leadership Live: A Millionaire Mindset

Life Lessons Women s Leadership Live A Millionaire Mindset

It’s hard for most of us to imagine, but in 2015, 300,000 of our neighboring Americans became new millionaires.

Life Lessons: Safely throw out old tech (and make money doing it)

Life Lessons Safely throw out old tech

It feels like a new, improved phone, computer, or television comes out every few months. An MIT study found it equals more than 258 million pieces of tech waste a year. Here’s how you can toss it out legally and make money doing it.

Life Lessons: The facts about sunscreen

Life Lessons The facts about sunscreen

One person dies of melanoma every hour, which makes sunscreen application more important than ever.

Life Lessons: The truth about online dating

Life Lessons The truth about online dating

A recent study from the Pew Research Center revealed five percent of all Americans in a marriage or committed relationship say they met their significant other online. Some may be embarrassed to admit it, but dating websites have become the new meat market.

Life Lessons: Organ donation "gift certificate"

Life Lessons Organ donation gift certificate

Gift certificate, layaway plan or voucher. Call it what you want, but an innovative organ donation program initiated at UCLA has started to spread to other transplant programs across the United States.

Life Lessons: Worst wedding gifts ever

Life Lessons Worst wedding gifts ever

About 2.3 million couples in the U.S. will tie the knot each year. According to SoundVision, the average wedding budget is $20,000, and most wedding guests spend between $70 to $100 on the wedding gift.

Life Lessons: Before your teen goes to college

Life Lessons Before your teen goes to college

You got your kid through 12 years of school and they are now heading off to college in the fall. The hardest part is over, right? Guess again. Before your kid leaves the nest, here are some basic-life skills that you should spend this summer teaching them.

Life Lessons: Dry needling

Life Lessons Dry needling

A new study at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is testing the effectiveness of dry needling for pain management and on muscle strength and leg function for patients with knee pain.

Life Lessons: Banking on success

Life Lessons Banking on success

Put yourself in her shoes. You’re a woman, just arrived from Cuba, not knowing a single word of English.

Life Lessons: Pelvic floor disorders can be fixed

Life Lessons Pelvic floor disorders can be fixed

They will affect 50 percent of woman, yet almost no one likes talking about them. They’re pelvic floor disorders such as incontinence and prolapse.

Life Lessons: Bedtime and toddlers

Life Lessons Bedtime and toddlers

Preschoolers who are regularly tucked into bed by 8 p.m. are far less likely to become obese teenagers than young children who go to sleep later in the evening, new research has found. Bedtimes after 9 p.m. appeared to double the likelihood of obesity later in life, according to a study from The Ohio State University College of Public Health.

Life Lessons: Cleaning for a Reason: Cancer care from the heart

Life Lessons Cleaning for a Reason

Fighting cancer is hard enough and trying to maintain a family and a household while undergoing treatment is even harder. But more than one-thousand maid services have joined forces to offer free house cleaning to women fighting cancer.

Life Lessons: Words you might be using incorrectly

Life Lessons Words you might be using incorrectly

According to the global language monitor, there are more than one million words in the English language. So it’s easy to get some of them confused.

Life Lessons: Toothache? Some unexpected causes

Life Lessons Toothache Some unexpected causes

June is part of national smile month, an annual campaign to promote good oral health. As people get older, the likelihood of going to the dentist declines. A recent study revealed that only one out of ten people go to the dentist for their tooth pain. But that pain could mean something more than a cavity.

Life Lessons: "Healthy" habits you can give up now

Life Lessons Healthy habits you can give up now

Every day we’re learning new things from science, and because of it, information is constantly changing. So what we thought was good for our health 10 years ago, may not be the case today.

Life Lessons: Shoulder surgery

Life Lessons Shoulder surgery

Shoulder and arm pain come with the territory for some athletes and certain occupations like hair stylists, mechanics, even office workers.

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