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  • Survey: South Floridians bummed about their retirement future

    Survey: South Floridians bummed about their retirement future
    The lingering bad economy appears to have taken a toll on South Floridians' confidence that they will retire in comfort, according to a new poll released Tuesday. Fewer than four out of 10 people living in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area feel "happy"...
  • 77 percent of Americans stressed at work, study says

    77 percent of Americans stressed at work, study says
    Here's a newsflash: Workers are stressed. More than three quarters of Americans say they are stressed out about something related to their job, according to the 2011 Work Stress Survey by Harris Interactive released Wednesday. The survey was sponsored by...
  • With no labeling, few realize they are eating genetically modified foods

    With no labeling, few realize they are eating genetically modified foods
    When a team of activists wearing white hazmat suits showed up at a Chicago grocery store to protest the sale of genetically modified foods, they picked an unlikely target: Whole Foods Market. Organic foods, by definition, can't knowingly contain...
  • Bargain hunting for men: The manly way to save money

    Bargain hunting for men: The manly way to save money
    Move over ladies, the men are after your bargain hunting title. "I'm a pretty manly man, and I try to use coupons," says Brent Enyart when asked about his shopping habits. "My wife is less involved than I am. I bought the Couponizer (a coupon organizer)...
  • Chocolate milk gets nutritionists' gold star

    Chocolate milk gets nutritionists' gold star
    It was the last school day before Thanksgiving, and Traughber Junior High's lunchroom crackled with adolescent energy and anticipation of a holiday break starting in just a few hours. Sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders at the Oswego school were busy...
  • Offices partying for holidays, but not like it's 2007

    Offices partying for holidays, but not like it's 2007
    Some workplaces hope to shake off the economic doldrums this year with holiday affairs for their employees. But few are going to party like it's 2007. IMRE, a Baltimore advertising and marketing firm, struck a balance between the extravagant pre-...
  • Love waits. No, really, it does.

    Love waits. No, really, it does.
    As far as Jill Cadigan was concerned, it was just another lonely Friday night. She poured her pinot grigio, TV purring in the background, and plunked herself down in front of the computer. At 40 and long single, she'd had plenty of friends rave about...
  • Poll: The Orioles are the 13th most popular team in baseball

    Poll: The Orioles are the 13th most popular team in baseball
    The Orioles haven't had a winning season in 13 years, and they are well on their way to making it 14 this summer. But they are the 13th most popular team in Major League Baseball -- and are on the rise -- according to a recent online poll by Harris...
  • Not Just for Kids: 'Want to Go Private?'

    Not Just for Kids: 'Want to Go Private?'
    Want to Go Private? A Novel Sarah Darer Littman Scholastic Press: 332 pp., $17.99, for older teens and mature readers Despite words of warning in schools and cautionary talks with parents, more than half of U.S. teenagers have given out personal...
  • Nothing new: SEC on top

    What conference did you expect would top Sunday's first release of the Bowl Championship Series standings, the Sun Belt? It seemed fitting the Southeastern Conference, which includes the last five national champions and seven of the 13 in BCS history,...
  • References, and how to avoid giving them

    References, and how to avoid giving them
    Not long after becoming America's most beloved workplace-advice columnist (self-proclaimed), I learned that our nation's economy is based largely on companies that generate surveys about workplace issues. Approximately every 12 seconds, I receive a press...