Life Expectancy for Black Americans Goes Up, but Racial Gap Remains

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According to a new Vital Signs report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the life expectancy of African-Americans from 1999 to 2015 has gone up, while the gap between white blacks and has gone down. Visit for more information “The bottom line is that we are cautiously optimistic. However, stark […]

New Study Reveals American Childless Adults Are “Happier” Than Parents


A recent study conducted by the Council on Contemporary Families that was carried out in 22 countries (targeting European and English-speaking regions) shows the U.S. has the largest amount of parents that are unhappy compared to people without children. Utilizing the International Surveys conducted from 2007 to 2008 and the European Social Surveys from 2006 […]

New Study: Drink Spiking More Common Than Ever on College Campuses

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According to a new study conducted by Suzanne C. Swan, an associate professor of psychology at the University of South Carolina, nearly eight percent of college students have experienced having their drinks spiked with drugs, with another 1.4 percent saying they had or knew someone who has spiked someone else’s drink. “These data indicate that […]