1 in 3 College Students Face Food Insecurity – Expanding Snap Benefits on Campus Will Help Stave Off Hunger

Thanks to new legislation, college students who are enrolled at least half-time may be eligible for food assistance

Nutrition & Movement

What the American Rescue Plan Says About President Biden’s Health Care Priorities – and What They Mean for You

The Affordable Care Act is strengthened under the American Rescue Plan, giving greater access to health insurance at lower costs for millions of Americans

Access & Affordability

Living With a Disability Is Very Expensive – Even With Government Assistance

For 20 million working-age adults living with disabilities in the U.S., it takes more money to make ends meet because of the additional expenses they face every day

Your Care

COVID-19 Scams: Not Even Masks Can Protect Us From This Danger

Scammers always prey on the vulnerable. And, with the pandemic looming large, a lot of people are vulnerable right now.

Your Wellness

How Biden’s Dogs Could Make the Oval Office a Workplace With Less Stress and Better Decision-Making

A growing area of research suggests that dogs can provide real benefits, not only to their daily companions, but also to those in their orbit

Self-Care & Mental Health

Why a Stimulus Package Matters to Women

As the next stimulus package sits in limbo, women have been suffering. Congress needs to act.

Policy

Women Risk Losing Decades of Workplace Progress Due to Covid-19 – Here’s How Companies Can Prevent That

More than one in four women are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce completely. If action isn't taken, a generation of women may never fully recover

Family & Caregiving

Retiring Early Can Be Bad For the Brain

New study finds that people who retire early can suffer from accelerated cognitive decline.

Menopause & Aging Well