Less healthy seniors are hit the hardest by rising grocery costs

Three-quarters of people over the age of 50 in the United States say rising grocery prices have affected them somewhat or a lot, and nearly a third say they are eating less healthily because of increased food costs, according to new results from the survey. But food cost inflation has hit certain groups of older … Read more

Less healthy seniors are hit the hardest by rising grocery costs

Three-quarters of people over the age of 50 in the United States say rising grocery prices have affected them somewhat or a lot, and nearly a third say they are eating less healthily because of increased food costs, according to new results from the survey. But food cost inflation has hit certain groups of older … Read more

NEW PROFESSIONAL TEXTBOOK, READING ABOVE THE FRAY, BRINGS THE SCIENCE OF READING INTO THE CLASSROOM

Scholar Julia B. Lindsey guides educators with evidence-based literacy routines to build essential reading skills NEW YORK, September 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today announced the launch of Reading above the battle which is a practical guide for teachers who want to implement instructional practices … Read more

Americans’ mental health continues to struggle amid student loan debt

While previous student debt cancellations implemented by the Biden administration benefited some, they didn’t even reduce the debt incurred by many others, a new study finds. Of the 2,000 U.S. participants surveyed in a survey conducted by the ELVTR online learning program, 63 percent of Americans are still struggling with student loan debt. And 54% … Read more

A ribbon cutting marks the launch of Fort Drum’s STARBASE Academy for Science Training | Fort Drum

FORT DRUM — The Department of Defense STARBASE Academy wrapped up its first full week of classes for local fifth graders with an official ribbon cutting ceremony at Fort Drum Friday afternoon. STARBASE offers a hands-on science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, curriculum with 25 hours of instruction per week for fifth grade students. … Read more

Taking care of your brain and cognitive health is easy with these simple tips – News

The ability to understand and acquire knowledge can be protected by eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, consuming vitamin D and participating in social activities. Screenwriters: Ann Marie Stevens and Tehrem KhanMedia Contact: Anna Jones Samira Davuluri, Ph.D., Photo: Julie Nicole MillerAccording to Alzheimer’s Disease International, dementia starts to appear in 10 million people each … Read more

Taking care of your brain and cognitive health is easy with these simple tips – News

The ability to understand and acquire knowledge can be protected by eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, consuming vitamin D and participating in social activities. Screenwriters: Ann Marie Stevens and Tehrem KhanMedia Contact: Anna Jones Samira Davuluri, Ph.D., Photo: Julie Nicole MillerAccording to Alzheimer’s Disease International, dementia starts to appear in 10 million people each … Read more

UAB MHRC celebrates 20 years with name change to UAB Minority Health and Health Equity Research Center – News

As the Minority Health and Equity Research Center begins its next phase, it calls on all members of the community to work together to make health equity a reality. Screenwriter: Jessica Snyder Media Contact: Adam Pope There have long been significant health disparities by race, income, education, and geographic location. In Alabama and the Deep … Read more

New High-Tech K9 Joins College’s Veterinary Technology Program | News

The newest staff member in a program at Northeast Community College has a way of barking out orders. The college’s veterinary technology program now has an advanced canine medical trainer (K9 Diesel) — a full-body simulator designed for rapid response dogs, military working dog handlers, veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Designed in partnership with the US … Read more

New High-Tech K9 Joins College’s Veterinary Technology Program | News

The newest staff member in a program at Northeast Community College has a way of barking out orders. The college’s veterinary technology program now has an advanced canine medical trainer (K9 Diesel) — a full-body simulator designed for rapid response dogs, military working dog handlers, veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Designed in partnership with the US … Read more