President Obama says the Affordable Care Act has “growing pains” as he calls for expansion of federal subsidies to help more Americans afford insurance.
Obama proposes government-run "public plan fallback."
SPONSORED: Presented by Avalara. High growth is almost always cause for celebration, especially among company leaders and their investors. But no matter how well a business scales for expansion, some things get ignored. And those little things can quickly become big problems. Like indirect tax compliance. Growing companies face more tax risk (and scrutiny) that any […]
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. detailed some short-term pain it foresees when two previously announced spinoffs close in the coming fiscal year, but said its remaining businesses should grow slightly regardless.
Has watching too much anime on your phone left you with painful hand cramps? Then you're in luck, because Japanese anime network Animax made a hands-free, crotch-harness smartphone holder that looks like a huge swan growing out of your private parts. Now you can watch all the anime you want! read more
Summary: As Snapchat’s parent company — recently rechristened Snap Inc. — gets closer to a public offering, ad buyers and brands are questioning whether it can continue to provide a high level of service without becoming inflexible in its sales approach. It’s a familiar narrative. Before Snap, Google and Facebook started...
The New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers each have banked on players with little experience to cover opponents' starting receivers
CHANDLER TODD, MD, ADDRESSES PARENTS AT ALBUQUERQUE ACADEMY, NEW MEXICO Why are teenagers so much more impulsive and more emotional, than adults? "It's all about the brain," said Chandler Todd, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at...Show More Summary
The Daily Star reports that a growing number of women are opting to have their labia "puffed." This 30-minute non-surgical procedure, an alternative to the slightly more invasive "vagina lift," promises to make your labia majora look like they did when you were a minora. Show More Summary
Growing Pains 2 is a guide to Britain’s best emerging rap, grime, and R&B right now.
The social media platform now allows people to post possessions to people around them, though the feature has had a few growing pains
Los Angeles Ballet ended its benchmark 10th season in June as the first American company to dance Frederick Ashton's distinctively intimate and poetic "Romeo and Juliet." Unfortunately, that season left the company fiscally overextended, so the 11th season, which opened Saturday, has cutbacks in...
A growing number of Americans are experiencing joint pain, according to latest research findings. In 2002, 10.5 million Americans suffered from severe joint pain, by 2014 this number has jumped to14.6 million, according to the CDC. The...Show More Summary
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Tonight on the eighties nostalgic show The Goldbergs, will take on the hit show from the seventies, The Brady Bunch with an episode called “George! George Glass,” that was directed by Joanna Kerns of Growing Pains. Both Adam and Erica Goldberg look to the iconic show, The Brady Bunch for advice in dealing with their... Show More Summary
The Dolphins have a first-year head coach in Adam Gase and life in a new job can sometimes come with growing pains and learning experiences that inform how you do it in the future. Gase has had one such learning experience over the last couple of weeks. The Dolphins have used four running backs in…
With Karl-Anthony Towns and Tom Thibodeau leading the way, the Timberwolves will be contenders soon. But this process is going to take time. Paul Flannery and Tom Ziller are previewing all 30 teams via conversation. Next up: the Minnesota Timberwolves. Show More Summary
Youth on voting reform and on stage in Concord Floral; plus, Toronto's Growing Pains and bizarre crafts. Urban Planner is your weekly curated guide to what’s on in Toronto—things that are local, affordable, and exceptional. Monday, October...Show More Summary
Rather than taking medication, a growing number of people who suffer from chronic pain, epilepsy and drug cravings are zapping their skulls in the hopes that a weak electric current will jolt them back to health. Here's the issue: Until now, scientists have been unable to look under the hood of this DIY therapeutic technique to understand what is happening.
1. The body that isn’t used to. maybe the ninth, tenth… eleventh, and twelfth rep with a certain weight. So that makes the body grow, then. Going through this pain barrier. Experiencing pain in your muscles and aching… and just go on and go on. And this last two or three or four repetitions… that’s […]