Millennials Are Risking Their Health, and Not Because They’re Reckless
Would you treat pneumonia with supplements? According to a recent study, many Millennials would. Those who don’t have health insurance (and it’s a lot of them — about 11%) use risky alternatives to traditional medicine when they can’t afford their healthcare. Or just go without it at all.
Employee Wellness Programs, They Are a’Changin’
Employee wellness programs are pretty popular among American companies. A new survey out by the Society for Human Resource Management found that 78% of surveyed businesses used them. That number is more than 20% higher than it was a few decades ago.
It’s the Fourth of July! Happy Birthday America!
In celebration of America’s birthday, we’ve got a few fun July 4th facts for you.
How Is NC’s Middle Class Doing? And Can We Help Them Out?
What is the middle class? It’s not as easy to answer as it seems. Let’s play a game. You guess what class you’re in, and tell us here:
Health Insurance is Complicated
33% of Millennials have never had employer-based health insurance, according to a new study, and a full 11% aren’t insured at all. Worse, they don’t know what insurance options are available, or how to understand them.
Holler Back! Or…Not.
Spivey’s Corner, a small town outside Fayetteville, is calling quits to its historic hollerin’ contest. Hollerin’ isn’t just for Gwen Stefani, and it never was. This communication technique dates back hundreds of years in the rural South, where it was used to shout short messages between farms. Spivey’s Corner has kept the tradition alive since 1969 with its Hollerin’ Contest, but low attendance in recent years has put a damper on the fun, and they’ve suspended it this year.