“Most parents recognize the health risks of vaping and feel their child does too."
The investing information provided on this page is for educational purposes only. NerdWallet does not offer advisory or brokerage services, nor does it recommend or advise investors to buy or sell particular stocks, securities or other investments. Welcome to NerdWallet’s Smart Money podcast, where we answer your real-world money questions.This week’s episode starts with a discussion about...
According to the team, adolescent screen time doubled to nearly eight hours a day at the start of the pandemic.
The more fearful participants felt, the more acidic their stomachs became.
One in 10 women said they’re completely over the cold by at least January, ready to let the sun in.
Tropical mountain forests experienced the most loss, making up 42% of global depletion.
The average lunch break lasts 36 minutes, according to a recent poll of 2,000 employees.
At the beginning of the year, many people have their eyes set on goals. Some of these goals may include increasing your income, starting a dream business, or both if you’re reaching for the stars. Before you get your hands dirty in the sometimes chaotic combination of formal employment and entrepreneurship, here are a few...
First Ticketmaster provoked the ire of Swifties — fans of pop star Taylor Swift — and now it's coming for another group of devotees in decidedly darker clothing: fans of The Cure. Anyone who attempted to purchase Verified Fan presale tickets on Wednesday was met with an array of added fees that, in some cases, more...
It can be as bad for you as noisy neighbors, living on a busy road or having a baby.
Trae Bodge, a shopping expert who lives in the New York City area, sees higher prices for products and services marketed to women everywhere: Socks, razors, shampoo and apparel are a few of the product types aimed at women that tend to cost more. “I don’t know why brands think this is acceptable,” Bodge says. “It’s...
THURSDAY, March 16, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- Like humans, some dogs suffer from anxiety. They might show fear or excitability toward strangers. Loud noises might result in "accidents." They may get destructive when you leave home.
"Saving it for later," is an excuse 47% of moms have previously used to get out of eating a meal cooked by their child.
It can be hard to know how much life insurance you need, especially when inflation keeps driving up the cost of living. Gas, housing, eggs: they are much more expensive than 20 years ago. If you buy a policy with today's prices in mind, it might not provide enough for your family to buy groceries...
Nature reserves have a range of measures in place to help protect swans, such as supplementary food.
The federal government will send $2.5 billion over the next five years to states, local governments and tribes to build electric vehicle charging infrastructure, Biden administration officials said Wednesday. The new Charging and Fueling Infrastructure grant program, which was authorized by the 2021 bipartisan infrastructure law, will spend $2.5 billion over five years to build […]
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Seven in 10 admit they reluctantly say “yes” to requests to share food because they don’t know how to say “no.”
Two banks have collapsed since Friday, the federal government swooped in to save the day, and there’s still a lot of uncertainty about what comes next. Depositors at Silicon Valley Bank — which failed Friday after a bank run — and New York-based Signature Bank — which collapsed Sunday — will see their money guaranteed by...
On average, those in a relationship receive less than four good nights of sleep per week.
Women also listed some challenges they face when running a business –such as fatigue (23%) and finding employees (13%).
The average new mom or dad will receive more than 200 pieces of "useful" advice by the time their baby reaches its half-year milestone.
“I wanted to reconnect with my culture.”
Scientists analyzed a collection of time-lapsed satellite images of the past 50 years.
Respondents would spend an average of $45.30 a year on items to try to stop snoring.
Many go on vacation to celebrate yearly occasions such as anniversaries or birthdays (both 45%).
Since 2016, I’ve spent $26,243 on 50 bookings with Airbnb. (Yes, I went through and added them up.) That’s more than I spent with Amazon in the same time period — $10,434 — and probably more than I’ve spent with any single company over that span. So I must have, like, Ultra-Adamantium Elite status with Airbnb, right?...
On Tuesday, the Justice Department sued to block JetBlue Airways from taking over Spirit Airlines in a $3.8 billion deal. The complaint, filed in Massachusetts in conjunction with New York and the District of Columbia, claims the consolidation would violate antitrust laws and make travel less affordable for price-sensitive consumers. It alleges that the consolidation would “make...
More frequent social activity was associated with significantly longer survival, researchers said.
When you’re caring for a newborn, it can be hard enough to carve out time to shower, let alone stay on top of money tasks. In the fog of sleep deprivation, you may miss a bill payment or impulse-buy random things online to help with infant care. Suddenly, your credit scores are down and your...
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program allows families and individuals in need to supplement their grocery budget with funds received via electronic benefits transfer. Early in the pandemic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture provided extra emergency allotments for SNAP recipients. However, some states have already phased out those additional payments and they will end nationwide this month....
Booking a flight involves navigating a maze of decisions. Is it better to fly with a budget airline or full-service one? How about basic economy versus regular economy? And would you prefer pretzels or a cookie? Choosing between a single round-trip or two one-way tickets is the most basic decision and — you might be surprised...
An online search for “early retirement” will yield millions of results, many of those about retirees who saved aggressively and exited the workforce before age 40. But most people have a more approachable target in mind: According to a new NerdWallet survey, Americans who aren’t yet retired but plan to retire say they plan to leave...
Welcome to NerdWallet’s Smart Money podcast, where we answer your real-world money questions. This week’s episode kicks off our new series called “This or That,” where the travel team compares different ways to travel.
Turo is a peer-to-peer car sharing platform that allows car owners to rent out their own cars to regular people. Consider it a sort of Airbnb for cars. Given high rental car prices and often limited rental car availability, alternative rental car services like Turo can be a lifesaver. After all, skyrocketing rental car prices became...
The economic calendar in March is not friendly to mortgage rates. There's not much on it to motivate rates to fall. After rising sharply in February, mortgage rates are more likely to level off or go up a little more.
Last year, one of my family's credit cards was used to rack up hundreds of dollars in bogus charges at Apple.com. Another card was compromised four times in a row, as thieves repeatedly charged merchandise and Uber rides.We ultimately got our money back, but repeated credit card fraud can be frustrating and disheartening. Dealing with...
Fewer travelers report fears of contracting (or spreading) COVID-19. Most border restrictions have been lifted. But there’s still one reason people might not be traveling in 2023: They can't afford to.
Third-party airfare search websites like Google Flights can make it easy to compare flights across multiple airlines. Even if you prefer to buy directly from the airline, these tools allow you to compare factors like departure time, the duration of the flight and the price across several major airlines. That is, except one, glaring omission...
Bill blocking local assistance with federal firearms regulations sails out of Kentucky House committee
FRANKFORT — A bill that would block local assistance with federal firearms bans — one of several filed by Republicans in the GOP-dominated Kentucky legislature that aim to curb gun control restrictions — sailed out of a state House of Representatives committee Tuesday.
A new study on how Kentucky’s youth have coped with Covid-19 reports mental-health challenges, negative views toward remote learning, and more.
LOS ANGELES — The ninth atmospheric river in a three-week series of major winter storms was churning through California on Monday, leaving mountain driving dangerous and flooding risk high near swollen rivers even as the sun came out in some areas.
WASHINGTON — Newly empowered House Republicans on Sunday demanded the White House turn over all information related to its searches that have uncovered classified documents at President Joe Biden’s home and former office in the wake of more records found at his Delaware residence.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden continued a 75-year tradition Monday and pardoned a pair of Thanksgiving turkeys named after his favorite flavor of ice cream while cracking jokes about his political party’s better-than-expected performance in this month’s midterm elections.
STOCKTON, Calif. — A man suspected of killing six men and wounding a woman in a series of shootings in Northern California has a criminal history that includes traffic violations and convictions for drug crimes, authorities said Monday.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will promise Tuesday that the first bill he sends to Capitol Hill next year will be one that codifies Roe v. Wade — if Democrats control enough seats in Congress for Biden to sign abortion protections into law. That’s a big if.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Education Department has begun accepting applications for President Joe Biden’s student debt cancellation — a plan that makes 43 million Americans eligible for at least some debt forgiveness.
NEW YORK — Stocks are back to tumbling on Wall Street Thursday as rising bond yields and worries about a possible recession put the squeeze back on markets.
WASHINGTON — Six Republican-led states are suing the Biden administration in an effort to halt its plan to forgive student loan debt for tens of millions of Americans, accusing it of overstepping its executive powers.
McLEAN, Va. — Student activists held school walkouts across Virginia on Tuesday to protest Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s proposed changes to the state’s guidance on transgender student policies, revisions that would roll back some accommodations.
CAGUAS, Puerto Rico — More than a half million people in Puerto Rico remained without water service three days after Hurricane Fiona slammed into the U.S. territory, and many spent hours in lines Wednesday to fill jugs from water trucks while others scooped water from mountain runoff.
As of Aug. 28, the Daysprings Outreach Center in Dawson Springs has changed its hours of operation along with what the facility is able to offer the community.
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