Before We Lock Down Again: Coronavirus Emergency Kit Essentials

COVID-19, the newest strain of the coronavirus, has killed more than 120,000 Americans and infected 2.3 million of us. Facts and common-sense strategies are the only way to combat coronavirus panic and the spread of misinformation regarding how to deal with it.

The COVID-19 outbreak, now officially a pandemic, is increasingly likely to get worse before it gets better. Experts now predict 200,000 deaths before we get deep into the fall, when many viruses traditionally become more active as the weather cools.

If you get sick and must self-quarantine, here is what you need to have on hand to weather the two weeks of isolation — again.

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Study Link Selfies To Mental Disorders: What You Need To Know

Everyone can admit to taking a "selfie" — aiming a smartphone camera at yourself — from time to time, whether it be alone or with a group of friends when

Opinion: Value Investing Is Dead? Not By a Long Shot

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4 Lies That Your Financial Advisor Will Tell You

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Exclusive: Market Think Tank Experts On the Year Ahead for Stocks

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This Is How Your Birth Order Affects Your Personality

Many believe that the order you are born in affects your personality. By birth order I mean the oldest, middle, youngest or only child. Seems pretty obvious right that this could

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Tilapia has become the ubiquitous fish in America today. It’s cheap, not “fishy” tasting, boneless and skinless, and is hard to mess up by overcooking, which is a problem with

Social Security Is Running Out of Money. What Can You Do About It?

The Social Security Administration announced on Tuesday that it expects to pay out more money than it takes in this year. That means that it will have to draw on

This State Will Pay You $10,000 to Move There — But There’s a Catch

Vermont Governor Phil Scott has signed into legislation that will pay people to relocate to the state in a bid to grow the state's flagging taxbase and reinvigorate the economy

See the World: How to Fund a Nomadic Retirement

According to the 18th Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey, 70% of American workers dream of a retirement spent travelling the world, visiting exotic locations and enjoying the diverse cultures of the