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Summer of Record-Breaking Heat 

Summer of Record-Breaking Heat 

What it means for you and our world With a summer of extreme weather records dominating the news, meteorologists and scientists say records like these give a glimpse of the big picture: a warming planet caused by climate change. It’s a picture that comes in the...

The IRA Choice: Traditional or Roth?

The IRA Choice: Traditional or Roth?

With so many variables that factor into an individual’s tax liability, it can be difficult to determine what the right strategy looks like for your situation Building your savings and retirement strategies around maximizing flexibility can be far more effective than...

How to Become a Board Member Early in Your Career

How to Become a Board Member Early in Your Career

Joining a board as a young professional can be a career-shaping opportunity. Becoming a board member is a step people tend to take later in their careers — an opportunity traditionally reserved for executives or more senior workers. But that’s changing.  How to Become...

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Just 2 Minutes of Walking After a Meal Is Surprisingly Good for You

A new paper suggests that it takes far less exercise than was previously thought to lower blood sugar after eating. Walking after a meal, conventional wisdom says, helps clear your mind and aids in digestion. Scientists have also found that going for a 15-minute...

How to Salvage a Workout After a Bad Night of Sleep

The key to enjoying exercise after a fitful slumber from a bad night of sleep is to start early and keep it simple. After a bad night’s sleep, nothing feels right. The mind is fuzzy and the muscles are sapped. Often the last thing you want to do is work up a sweat....

How to Salvage a Workout After a Bad Night of Sleep

The key to enjoying exercise after a fitful slumber is to start early and keep it simple. After a bad night’s sleep, nothing feels right. The mind is fuzzy and the muscles are sapped. Often the last thing you want to do is work up a sweat. You might find yourself...

You Won’t Live Longer by Diet or Exercise Alone, Study Says

New research showed that healthy eating and regular workouts do not, in isolation, stave off later health issues. They need to be done together. Health food or exercise alone isn’t enough to prevent chronic disease, new research shows. Contrary to popular belief, you...

How Much Exercise Do We Need to Live Longer?

Two studies suggest the sweet spot for longevity lies around 7,000 to 8,000 daily steps or about 30 to 45 minutes of exercise most days. To increase our chances for a long life, we probably should take at least 7,000 steps a day or play sports such as tennis, cycling,...

Want to Learn Some New Dances? Try These TikTok Tutorials!

Online tutorials for TikTok and music video routines can help you stay current on your dance moves. (Yes, the “WAP” dance is within your reach.) Across TikTok, many creators post short tutorials for their own dances, often recorded in slow motion to make them easier...

How Can I Use Max Heart Rate in My Training?

Max heart rate training can help you increase your fitness ability and reach your goals quicker. So how do you use it? Heart rate training uses—surprise—your heart rate, measured in beats per minute (bpm) or as a percentage of your maximum heart rate, as a guide for...

Love to Swim? Here Are Some Great Exercises to Keep You In Pool-Ready Shape

Pools may be limited or closed right now, but If you have exercise bands and a little ingenuity, these exercise movements will keep those swimming muscles strong and ready. In the before times, I traveled frequently for work and was always disappointed whenever there...

Ten Stretches To Keep You Moving From The Mayo Clinic

Stretching is an important part of staying healthy and mobile. Here are some great ones to keep you on your toes. Someday we're going to come out of quarantine, and we're going to want to jump back in to our old routines. It's important we keep ourselves flexible and...

Love Spinning, GCN Free On-Demand Training Series For All Levels!

No matter if you are a beginner or a pro, or if you have 15 minutes or an hour to mash on those pedals, Global Cycling Network has a spinning sessions for everyone to get you sweating. In Thrive33's article "Spinning At Home," we listed items to help you create you...

Need a Quick Workout? These 20-minute HIIT Programs Are All You Need to Get in Shape This Year

These 4 short HIIT workouts are just as effective as a full gym session. We're all spending far too much time sitting at our desks or dining room tables at home these days. When you need a brain-break, get up and give yourself the gift of getting your blood pumping in...

Ease back into fitness with this simple 31-day walking plan

Are you one of those people who found themselves moving less in the pandemic? Show yourself some compassion...and then ramp back up in 2021. Here's how. Walking can be great for both physical and mental health - even 20 minutes a day can make a difference. I don't...

How To Set Successful Exercise Goals You Can Actually Achieve

Want to succeed in hitting your New Year's goals to move more? Here's how to actually make it happen. The National Center for Biotechnology Information released a study on goal setting and exercise, just in time for all of us who are making goals as we enter the new...

cnet: Best Workout Subscription Apps for 2021: Apple Fitness Plus, Peloton, Daily Burn and More

You can take (almost) every fitness class you could ever want right from your living room. Workout videos (and gym fitness overall) have come a long way since Jane Fonda's Workout from the 1980s. Now, in the age of Netflix and Hulu, all you really need is a...

Mayo Clinic: Exercise When Ill With COVID-19

What’s Okay and What’s Not to do during COVID-19 Exercise is important for a healthy body and mind, but if you're feeling under the weather, you may wonder what's OK to tackle or if you should hang up your sneakers. Dr. Daniel Montero, a Mayo Clinic sports medicine...

How to Check Your Cardio Fitness (VO2 Max) on an Apple Watch

Here’s what it all means, how to check your VO2 max—and how to improve it. With the watchOS 7.2 update, which was released on December 14, 2020, the Apple Watch can now track your VO2 max. The Watch has actually been able to do this for a while, but it’s been a...

Tips To Help You Make Yoga Part Of Your Pandemic Routine

Adding yoga to your fitness routine can help you stay calm and centered as you deal with stress and anxiety navigating this unusual holiday season. By Sheila Johnson Yoga might sound like a New Age practice, but rest assured this ancient form of fitness is much more...

GMA: This dad used fitness to redefine the ‘dad bod’, and set an example for his daughters

Personal trainer Ose Akhile’s Daddy Fitness program not only helps dads get in shape but helps them lead all-around healthier lifestyles. Try looking for a set of dumbbells on amazon or the local Target and you'll see that everything is all sold out. Personal trainer...

GQ: The Best Fitness and Wellness Gifts For the Men in Your Life (And Everyone Else, Too)

Because who on your list couldn't use a physical or mental tune-up this year? GQ rounded up their favorite wellness and fitness gifts because everyone has earned a moment to take care of themselves. That's why they're calling it right now: The 2020 holiday season is...

New York Mag: How Safe Are Group Fitness Classes Right Now?

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, kettlebells and resistance bands have been hot commodities (right up there with toilet paper and hand sanitizer) as we pivoted from working out at the gym to exercising at home. Those of us who like the motivation of...

Variety: Beyonce Teams With Peloton for Multi-Year Partnership Benefitting HBCUs

Beyonce and the popular fitness platform Peloton have announced a multi-year partnership “rooted in the celebration of music — a central component of the Peloton class experience — and pro-social initiatives.” The launch of the collaboration with...

Cycling Weekly: The long and the short of Covid-19 for cyclists

Dr. Josephine Perry unpacks the coronavirus risks and precautions specifically relevant to cyclists. Snot-rockets have become the new half-wheeling – the most annoying, risky faux-pas you can commit on a club ride. Long-drawn-out sociable coffee stops are out, in...

LA Times: Fitness equipment is hard to find. Here are tricks for buying and selling

Today, with gyms mostly closed due to the pandemic, people are desperate to stay fit. But they can’t get new bikes and fitness equipment. Bike shops are sold out. Buying new dumbbells and weight benches is practically impossible. The solution: Go online and buy and...

US News: Two Sisters, a Giant Hula Hoop and a New Vision

These sisters are changing the hoop dancing game and making it more inclusive – and fun. SISTERS ROWAN AND Blythe TwoSisters (their legal last name) were relaxing one evening in Rowan's Houston home, when a hoop dancing DVD showed up months after Rowan had ordered it....

Wellness+Fitness: How To Tell If Fitness Influencers Actually Know What They’re Talking About

Fitness influencers are often motivational, aspirational, and—let’s be honest—pretty darn attractive. But it’s not always the best idea to follow their advice without first engaging in some little healthy scrutiny. “There’s too much information out there that nobody’s...

ESPN: Justin Turner of Los Angeles Dodgers pulled from World Series after positive COVID-19 test

The NBA started sports on its way by creating a bubble environment at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida to keep COVID-19 away from the league's stars. Other leagues created similar environments and for the past month, Major League Baseball set-up in San Diego, CA...

Good Housekeeping: 20 Fitness Spaces Dedicated to Inclusivity That Are Changing Gym Culture for the Better

Movement and health are for every body, and these orgs are working to make that known. There are many gyms looking to create more inclusive spaces so that anyone who walks through their door feels welcomed. But since "inclusivity" is such a buzz word nowadays, it can...

Forbes: The Top 10 Health & Fitness Apps Of 2020 Have One Thing In Common (Mostly)

Health and fitness apps are winning the Covid-19 era, thanks to closed gyms. But a certain kind of health and fitness app is winning mobile, according to a new report from Apptopia. “Six out of ten of the top Health & Fitness apps are apps that offer video...

Vogue: Are Outdoor Gyms the Future of Fitness?

Get outside and into the wild for a New York City gym Gyms still remain closed in Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties, but that hasn't stopped a network of gyms in New York city from reimagining how a gym should be set up. Equinox is calling...

Popsugar: I’ve Worked Out Every Day in Quarantine — Here’s My Secret

See how to keep at the workout regimen during COVID-19 With gyms closed, it's easy to make an excuse not to exercise during COVID-19. With so many new responsibilities like homeschooling your kids or endless zoom meetings, the workout routines that we once had could...

WSJ: Readers Share Their Fitness Transformations: ‘It Has Changed My Life’

In response to a WSJ article about a reporter’s journey into bodybuilding, readers shared their own experiences of physical and emotional change A Wall Street Journal article about reporter Anne Marie Chaker’s journey into midlife bodybuilding described a physical...

Yahoo: This is how you restart your fitness regime if you’ve fallen off the wagon during the pandemic

How a 30-minute walk every day can usher in a slow but sure change. So there you are, trying out that pair of jeans that was just beginning to fit in March but refuses to go up your thighs now. Trust us, we know the pain. How then, does one begin? Walking. Read the...

Popsugar: Keep Your Workout Equipment Organized With These Genius Hacks

Right when the pandemic started and all the gyms closing, I heard from a friend that he was outfitting his garage into a home gym. Instantly, I took to Amazon to amass all the workout equipment. I bought yoga mats, dumbbells, an elliptical, strength bands, a cycle...

Healthline: Does Medicare Cover Gym Memberships?

Original Medicare covers inpatient and outpatient medical care, as well as some preventive care services. However, gym memberships and fitness programs aren’t part of that coverage. Optional Medicare plans like Medicare Advantage and Medigap, on the other hand, may...

Golf.com: Women’s Fitness Tips- 3 Reasons you need to add squats to your workout routine

You’ve probably heard how important a strong, stable lower body is for golfers. Women in particular need to build strength in their lower bodies to help them generate more power in their swing. So how do you build the strength you need to send it off the tee? Squats!...

New York Post: In honor of National Yoga Month, save up to 96 percent on these at-home fitness services

Happy National Yoga Month! To help you celebrate, the New York Post rounded up six of our favorite at-home yoga services, so you can build strength, reduce stress, and increase flexibility. Did we mention they are all massively discounted? Yup, below, you will find...

Runners World: This App Wants to Help You Connect With People In Your Group Fitness Class

The FitGrid Class App was created to help people—and studios—create a community. Did you ever find yourself (pre-pandemic) in a fitness class with the same people, giving each other a nod of recognition but making no other connection? And maybe now, are you seeing the...

Apple Has a New Fitness Target

Will Apple's new fitness service make Peloton pedal faster to stay ahead? In 1984, it came for the personal computer. In 2007, it changed the way consumers used cellphones. In 2015, it strapped technology to our wrists. Now, in 2020, Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is...

Amazon says the $500 Peloton knock-off isn’t from Amazon after all

Amazon is distancing itself from the $499 stationary bike that the manufacturer said was "developed in collaboration with Amazon. Fitness startup Echelon said in a press release Tuesday that it built a Prime-branded bike and Amazon partnered with the startup to build...

These Futuristic Fitness Mirrors Are Full-Fledged Exercise Studios for Your Home

Get workout classes for all skill levels, delivered to you on a slim, interactive screen Like most of the world, fitness is now stuck at home. But, thanks to an array of new exercise technologies, that doesn’t mean your fitness needs to be put on hold. Enter the best...

New Favorite YouTube Workout: CDorner Fitness

Looking for a great new cardio workout? Christina Dorner will help you get that heart rate up...and have you enjoying it! She's my new favorite - and with a large variety of workouts to choose from, there's something for everyone. In the before times, I had a fairly...

Popsugar: This 10-Minute Workout Proves That Pilates Is a Killer Strength-Training Exercise

Strength training and heavy weights go hand in hand, but there are so many different ways to strengthen the muscles in your entire body — even traditionally low-impact exercises like Pilates. Get the quick workout at popsugar.com

WSJ: At-Home Fitness Fuels Sales at Dick’s Sporting Goods

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GQ: Introducing Deep End Fitness, the Workout That Takes Place Underwater

Group fitness class aficionado Chris Black tried it—and tried not to drown.   It’s been five months since the pandemic closed gyms around the country, and those of us who depend on a daily workout for mental clarity (or abs) are all getting through this in our own...

Essence: These Black Women Found Fellowship In Fitness, Even During Lockdown

In the interest of pursuing wellness, through technology and sisterhood, exercise enthusiasts are finding new ways to get moving together- from inside their homes Fitness communities still exist, but they’re on our screens, where social media and other tech tools...

Bloomberg: Apple Readies Subscription Bundles to Boost Digital Services

Move over Peloton and Nike, here comes Apple Apple Inc. is readying a series of bundles that will let customers subscribe to several of the company’s digital services at a lower monthly price, according to people with knowledge of the effort, titled Apple One. The...

Futurity: Fitness Tracker Watches May Boost Your Anxiety

While health apps and fitness tracker watches can help shape a healthy lifestyle, they can also boost feelings of anxiety, according to a new study. Read the full story at futurity.org

Getting Out of Gym Fees Can Be a Workout During Covid Shutdowns

It was often hard enough to ditch fitness-club memberships before the pandemic—Chandler and Ross from ‘Friends’ couldn’t—and now it can be truly exhausting Read the full story on wsj.com

The NBA Bubble is a Grand Experiment in Epidemiology

We’ll see how technology, policy and human behavior influence an epidemic — and what we can do to stop it As the United States continues to deal with the consequences of the largest pandemic in a century with roughly 4.25 million cases and nearly 150,000 deaths as of...

Simple Stretches to Combat All That Sitting

Done correctly, these restorative stretches, working on muscles from your eyes to your toes, really do make you feel better. Whether you are hunched over a laptop in a makeshift work space or slouched on the couch binge-watching TV, you know — and can feel — that...

NY Times: Train Your Muscles Without a Gym

Get to a nearby park and get in shape (safely). Now that stay-at-home restrictions are easing, those of us interested in strong, healthy muscles but wearied by burpees in the living room may want to consider heading to the nearest reopened park or playground for...

Fit for the Front Line Challenge

Inspired by Captain Tom's pledge to walk 100 laps around his garden before his 100th birthday, and other commitments like it, Cedars Sinai is joining a nation-wide movement for physical activity called Fit for the Front Line.  The challenge is to think about an...

Healthline: Here’s Why COVID-19 Can Spread So Easily at Gyms and Fitness Classes

Key Points: People are antsy to get back to their normal exercise routines, but many are left wondering how risky going to a gym is right now.Researchers from South Korea recently warned people against rigorously exercising in confined spaces like fitness...

NBC News: ESPN’s Bruce Lee ’30 for 30,’ ‘Be Water,’ Shows How Much Racism Stole From Him and Audiences

Lee’s talent should've earned him lead roles in Hollywood. But an industry that regularly put white actors in yellowface wouldn't invest in an Asian actor. https://youtu.be/8-R7SZ1wgNY Read the op-ed at nbcnews.com Stream the 30 for 30 at espn.com

Sweatfest: Take Dance Class with Award-Winning Choreographer Ryan Heffington

Ryan Heffington is offering #Sweatfest dance classes on Instagram Live. Ryan Heffington is a dancer, choreographer and dance studio owner based in Los Angeles. He was nominated for two Grammy Awards for choreographing the music videos for Arcade Fire's "We Exist" and...

The Motley Fool: Peloton Stock Is the Netflix of Fitness

The company behind the trendy connected-fitness gear has a lot more in common with the market darling of streaming-video services than you probably think. Comparing Peloton  (NASDAQ:PTON) to Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) may seem like a ridiculous exercise, figuratively...

ESPN: NBA to Approve Plan for 22-team Return with Eight Regular-Season Games

The NBA's board of governors intends to approve a league proposal on a 22-team format to restart the season in Orlando, Florida, sources told ESPN. The conference call and vote is set for 12:30 p.m. ET Thursday, sources said.Commissioner Adam Silver and the league's...

Peloton’s Fitness App Finally Lands on Apple TV

Thank you Peloton for launching the Apple TV version of the app. There have been countless times I've struggled connecting from my iPhone to my LG 50" TV. It required that your iPhone and TV were on the same network. Most of the time it was a success, but on that rare...

USA Today: 24 Hour Fitness Reportedly Preparing for Bankruptcy Filing

Gym chain 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy, as retailers and other companies navigate the coronavirus pandemic. According to The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg, the company is seeking a loan to allow them to keep operating...

(Video) Governor Newsom’s Economic Recovery Zoom Roundtable on the Fitness Industry

Continuing his Economic Recovery and Reinvention Listening Tour, Governor Gavin Newsom hosts a digital roundtable with Californians who work in the fitness industry. The participants share how they are dealing with the COVID-19 crisis, how they are adapting to...

InStyle: Trust Me, Isaac Calpito’s Free Instagram Workouts Are Infectious — Just Ask Kelly Ripa

Isaac Calpito, a former Soul Cycle and SLT instructor, developed the class 'Torch'd" while dancing in West Side Story on Broadway is a 45-minute, non-stop “dance conditioning” workout that relies on body resistance and targeted repetition to sculpt your muscles and...

Your Favorite Athletes. 2 Epic Rides. All on ESPN.

With the coronavirus pandemic, even athletes and the best Peloton riders are stuck at home, but ESPN and Peloton have combined to bring celebrities and athletes together for an epic, all-out, 20-minute Peloton race on Saturday, May 30 at 9PM PST....

NY Times: The New Training Facilities: Backyard Gym, Hallway Track

With restrictions imposed in their countries to slow the spread of Covid-19, athletes from the canoeist Mallory Franklin to the runner Valeria Nazarova have found ways to train at home. View the story on nytimes.com

The Best Online Workout Classes, According to Strategist Writers and Editors

Over the last six weeks (and even before), New York Mag The Strategist writers and editors have been testing all sorts of online workouts, from yoga to boxing, even dance cardio. They chose their favorites based on how the classes compare to being there in...

(Video) Centr: Chris Hemsworth’s Free 3 Bodyweight Exercises That Will Get You Fat-Burning Results

Bodyweight training removes the need for equipment or a gym by using your own weight as resistance against gravity. Think exercises such as burpees, lunges, running on the spot, and push-ups. It’s all about pushing, pulling, squatting, twisting, bracing, and balancing...

(Video) CBS: Microgyms Pushing To Reopen Sooner As A Safer Alternative To Large Fitness Chains

With hundreds of members using the same equipment, large fitness chains will have a tougher time reopening amid physical distancing guidelines in the coronavirus era. However, smaller “microgyms” are pushing to reopen sooner, arguing that it will be easier for them to...

Fast Company: Reebok’s Fitness Masks Point to an Even More Dystopian Future

Reebok is working on masks to address the current need for facial coverings that won’t interfere with performance—but it’s also thinking way into the future about how fitness masks will look decades from now. Read the story on fastcompany.com

NY Times: Where Group Prayer Meets Group Fitness

In the midst of a pandemic, faith-based wellness programs have been grounding for some religious followers. At first glance, the streaming fitness class looks like any other: blue yoga mats against a neutral background, with ambient music and candles to set the mood....

CNN: More than 100 infections linked to fitness classes in South Korea, study finds

Indoor fitness classes could provide a route for spreading coronavirus, researchers in South Korea report. They found evidence that a single, intense dance workshop held in February led to the spread of Covid-19 to 112 different people. The cases were all...

Bazaar: Why Home Fitness Will Never Replace Gyms

A survey suggests only 30% of people will return to gym classes post-lockdown, but one fitness coach disagrees The coronavirus pandemic has forced more people to partake in home workouts, whether as a replacement for those all-important steps, to start a fitness...

CNBC: The Only 5 Insanely Cheap Workout Items You Need to Exercise at Home, According to Fitness Trainers

You don't need to buy a Peloton or a treadmill to exercise at home. CNBC interviews several fitness trainers and finds out the 5 cheap and essential pieces of equipment you can have at home. Top 5 Exercise Equipment Yoga MatFoam RollerKettle BellJump RopeSliders Read...

Popsugar: Make These Simple Plank Corrections and Say Goodbye to Hand and Wrist Pain

Come on! How hard can it be to do a plank? I've been doing planks for years and I've come to realize I've been doing it all wrong. I remember years ago I saw an episode of "The Office" where the staff performed planks during the day and embedded the video down below....

Join the Next Dodgers Zoom Party Monday 5/18 6pm!

Join Dave Roberts, Justin Turner, David Price, Alex Wood, Austin Barnes, Andre Ethier and other Dodgers on Monday, May 18th at 6pm on Zoom. Space is limited as event spots will be issued on a first come first serve basis. Sign up for the invite here

(Video) Popsugar: “Pre- and -Post Workout Tips From a Bootcamp Trainer”

https://youtu.be/bVLNvCScFHo Committing to overall health requires a well-rounded approach. This is something Allie Cohen, a Barry's Bootcamp instructor and personal trainer, couldn't agree with more. With a lifelong love for being active (she's a former professional...

Insider: Gyms to Re-open with 400-Page Cleaning Bible

A major gym chain is starting to reopen in the US. Precautions include temperature checks and a 400-page cleaning protocol. Key Points: Oklahoma began phase one of its coronavirus lockdown re-opening plan on May 8. That includes allowing gyms and fitness centers to...

THR: “Richard Simmons and Britney Spears Combined: Meet YouTube’s Fitness Marshall”

The channel founded by Los Angeles-based self-proclaimed fitness pop star Caleb Marshall features his unforgettably campy dance workout videos and has garnered over 2.5 million subscribers. https://youtu.be/mwl2KVaehwY Read the story at hollywoodreporter.com

Mashable: The Beat Fitness App for Your Mood

Just broke up with your significant other? This workout app will pair you up with the right workout. If you couldn't already tell by its name, the app's workouts are literally centered around your mood and music genres. In addition to dance classes, you'll also have...

(Video) ABC:”‘Reimagined Experience’: Bay Area Fitness Clubs, Gyms Prepare for Reopening After COVID-19 Restrictions Ease

Preparations are underway at hundreds of Bay Area gyms and clubs as they figure out ways to re-open their operations. What will it look like to walk into your favorite club or gym? Watch the video at abc7news.com

Video: Who Should Take Protein Shakes – (And How Safe Are They?)

Dr. Majd reviews why we need protein, how much we need, the types of protein shake sources, and their proposed risks. Stay tuned until the end where she provides her personal take on it as a physician. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XDfG_l1bIE Other sources for...

Tech Insider (Video): Debunk 17 of the Biggest Exercise Myths that do More Harm than Good” (~9 mins)

Crunches will give you abs. Cardio is the key to weight loss. These are two of more than a dozen exercise myths that do more harm than good. Business Insider brought in three professional athletic trainers to debunk them. Common Myths: Unused muscle turns into...

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Disinfecting Your Home When a Loved One Has COVID-19

Disinfecting Your Home When a Loved One Has COVID-19

The CDC has helpful instructions and detailed guidance for disinfecting your home when a loved one has a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19. When a family member has COVID-19, we know you probably have a lot of questions and concerns.  We hope we can help make...

Summer of Record-Breaking Heat 

Summer of Record-Breaking Heat 

What it means for you and our world With a summer of extreme weather records dominating the news, meteorologists and scientists say records like these give a glimpse of the big picture: a warming planet caused by climate change. It’s a picture that comes in the...

Pentagon Approving New Rules for Mental Health Access

Pentagon Approving New Rules for Mental Health Access

These rules are coming more than a year after passage of law requiring changes. The Pentagon is moving forward with a series of changes to mental health care access required by a 2021 law that was passed in memory of a sailor who killed himself in 2018 after...

The IRA Choice: Traditional or Roth?

The IRA Choice: Traditional or Roth?

With so many variables that factor into an individual’s tax liability, it can be difficult to determine what the right strategy looks like for your situation Building your savings and retirement strategies around maximizing flexibility can be far more effective than...

How to Become a Board Member Early in Your Career

How to Become a Board Member Early in Your Career

Joining a board as a young professional can be a career-shaping opportunity. Becoming a board member is a step people tend to take later in their careers — an opportunity traditionally reserved for executives or more senior workers. But that’s changing.  How to Become...

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