84% Think Medical Cannabis Should Be Legal: 4 Health Facts to Convince the Other 16%

Although it is still controversial, the idea of medical cannabis is becoming more popular. According to Business Insider, 84% of the population believe that it should be legalized. If you’re still on the fence about this issue, there are several health benefits that you should be aware of.

It’s a Safe Alternative to Opioids

Drug-related overdoses have reached epidemic levels across the country.… [Read more]

Advice To Help You Prepare For A Job Interview in Any Environment

Getting a new job is a big undertaking, even during periods of economic expansion. It’s not easy and will, without doubt, take a toll on your health if you’re not careful. While it’s an important part of your life, remember that you aren’t defined by whether or not you get the job. And remember to be patient, as the job market differs across sectors and geographic regions.… [Read more]

Does Colorado Really Have a Drug Problem?

When there is talk about the drug epidemic that is plaguing the United States now-a-days, there is always quite a bit of reference to Colorado and how it ranks among the highest for drug problems in the country.

There are many studies that seem to back this up. However, being someone who is first, from Colorado, and had my own stint with being an addict there, I would have to say that it doesn’t really look any different to me wherever I live.… [Read more]

Why Has Teen Pregnancy Slowed? Stats on Generation Z

If you’re looking for good news, you might be surprised to find it in teen pregnancy trends. Since the 1990s, there has been a sharp decline in teen pregnancy. In fact, from 2008 to 2010, there was a 15 percent decline alone. There is clear indication of some major things slowing down the trend and below covers a few other factors to consider.… [Read more]

How to Help a Troubled Family Member

In this era during which there is a daily barrage of troubling news, and reasons to feel concerned and fearful, many are feeling the weight of mental fatigue. While not always the case, many have family and friends who are there for them. When your close family member seems to be going down a dark path, however, you can feel lost and distressed.… [Read more]

Human Migration: An American Problem That’s About To Get Way Worse

A lot of people move around America. Even a year with records lows moving rates, in 2016 11 percent of Americans moved, accounting for over 30 million people. Human migration is a big problem for the US government. Fund allocation, interstate planning, and even representation are all based on the census, which is done every 10 years!… [Read more]

3 Ways A Nursing Degree Helps Your Healthcare Career

The first year of a nursing career is an exciting and overwhelming experience. Nursing is a rewarding career, but requires a great deal of dedication and time. A degree in nursing can also take you many different places with your career path. Below are three ways nursing can expand your skillset and make you more marketable.… [Read more]

The Mobile Lifestyle of the New Middle Class

The middle class is shrinking. It sounds dire, doesn’t it? It sounds like the sky is falling down, like the foundation of the nation is crumbling and on its way to total collapse, swallowing up all the debt-riddled students and blue collar workers along with it.

We’re talking full-on catastrophic natural disaster movie scene here: the ground will crack open—there’s probably a river of hot magma down there—and every coverall wearing, book-toting, making-ends-meet citizen of the country is inexplicably thrust into the chasm.… [Read more]

Why a STEM Degree is the Best Choice for Undecided High School Leavers

Leaving high school and deciding on a college major can be a very challenging time if you don’t have a career in mind yet that you want to follow. If you are certain that you want to do a degree that will make you employable, but is also versatile enough to allow you to choose your field or specialism later on, then there are a few paths you can go down, for instance studying business.… [Read more]

Redefining Tiny: Housing and Millennials

I suppose you could say we are here to discuss the housing market.

But don’t fret, there will be no talk of subprime mortgages or the groan-inducing US housing crash of the early 2000s. Instead we’re looking at the most recent housing fascination to sweep the world: we’re going tiny, my friends.

The Rise of Tiny

A tiny house is a fully functioning domicile, typically somewhere between 100-400 square feet.… [Read more]