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Prediabetic Youth Have Nearly 70 Percent Higher Risk of Cardiovascular Disease: Study
Pre-diabetes is a common health problem that is often overlooked or underdiagnosed due to a lack of public awareness. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, of the ...
January 20, 2023
COVID-19 Deaths Among Children and Youth Are Extremely Rare: Study
COVID-19 deaths among people under 20 are extremely rare, with most fatalities occurring in children with specific underlying ...
November 24, 2022
CDC’s Excess Death Report, Insurance Data Sounding Major Alarm Bells | Facts Matter
Right now, there is an alarming trend of young people dying from unknown causes. Specifically, looking at the ...
October 31, 2022
Gen X, Y, and Z | Counterculture
In this episode of Counterculture with Danielle D’Souza Gill, Danielle compares Gen X, Y, and Z to make ...
June 8, 2022
Danielle D'Souza Gill
Youths Are Losing $750 a Month on Average Living in Canadian Cities
Young Canadians are losing $750 a month on average living in cities across the country, and to break ...
June 6, 2022
Risk of Severe Illness or Death From COVID-19 ‘Extremely Low’ in Children
The risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19 is “extremely low” in children and young people, according ...
July 9, 2021
When Posting Online Becomes Our Lives
On a recent visit to the Museum of Modern Art with a friend and her daughter, meandering through ...
June 6, 2021
Aussies Unsure How Much Super They Get
Many Australians are not aware how much superannuation their employer pays them and only one-third think they will ...
December 25, 2020
The Morrison Government’s $4 Billion Young Worker Incentive Set for Approval
The Morrison government's $4 billion hiring credit for young workers is expected to pass parliament this week. However, ...
November 8, 2020
Young Aussies Farm Incentive $6000 to Fill Harvest Shortages
Would-be farm workers will be able to access up to $6,000 (US$4,210) to cover relocation and travel ...
October 31, 2020
5 Wounded in Shooting at Gathering of Young People
PHILADELPHIA—Gunfire at a gathering of more than 200 mostly young people in north Philadelphia wounded five people, including ...
August 16, 2020
The Associated Press
Australian PM Details Victoria Mental Health Funding Boost
An extra $5 million in federal government funding will go to mental health support in Victoria as people ...
August 6, 2020
Victoria’s Lockdowns Impacting Youth Mental Health at Higher Rates
MELBOURNE—Hundreds of thousands of young people in Victoria have sought online mental health support since social distancing and ...
July 26, 2020
Australian Young People Suffer More in Weak Jobs Market
Young Australians have been struggling to find employment in their desired occupation since the 2008-2009 global financial crisis ...
July 26, 2020
Engaging the World: Some Lessons for the Young
In 2016, more young adults lived with their parents than with a spouse.
March 13, 2020
A Leaf, A Branch, A Tree: Giving Our Young People Their History
Michael Crichton said, “If you don’t know history, then you don’t know anything. You are a leaf that ...
May 21, 2019
China Cracks Whip on Government Social Media Image
BEIJING/SHANGHAI—China's cabinet has warned government departments to clean up their social media image amid a drive to bolster ...
December 28, 2018
Poll Suggests Younger Canadians Interested in Attending Remembrance Day Events
TORONTO—A new survey suggests Canadians of all generations are more likely to honour military veterans by attending a ...
November 8, 2018
The Canadian Press
EU Threatens More Sanctions If Russia Stations Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Belarus
Global Financial Risks Have Risen Amid Bank Turmoil, IMF Chief Warns
First Citizens Buys Failed Lender Silicon Valley Bank
Netanyahu Sacks Defence Minister as Military Reservists Threaten Refusal to Serve Over Judicial Reform Bill
New York Close to Passing Statewide Gas Stove Ban on New Homes
Kidney Disease: A Silent Killer With 7 Early Symptoms to Consider
Many Americans Likely in for Tax Refund Disappointment: Survey
Philadelphia Officials Issue Emergency Alert to Residents to Drink Bottled Water After Chemical Spill
Putin Says Russia Will Place Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Neighboring Country
Law Professor Reveals Why Manhattan DA’s Case Against Trump Is ‘Falling Apart’