The Wages of Millions Are Being Seized to Pay Past Debts
A new study provides the first-ever tally of how many employees lose up to a quarter of their paychecks over debts like unpaid credit card or medical bills and student loans.
Across Cultures, Music Therapy Promotes Sounder Sleep
Find yourself nodding off during a five-hour Wagner opera? Here’s your excuse.
Accepting a Warming Planet Could Cool Urge To Go To War
New psychological research suggests the shared threats posed by a changing climate may bring people together in a common cause.
A Look at History of Health Cooperatives in the U.S.
Depression-era health solution may find new favor in the modern American struggle for health care change.
Product Stewardship Bills Shift Recycling Cost To Manufacturers
Recycling is leveling off, trash is piling up and cities are broke. In a throwaway society, who should pay for waste disposal?