The legendary Harlem Globetrotters and high-octane pro wrestlers bring memorable moves to U.S. military personnel in Europe and Asia beginning March 5 as part of Armed Forces Entertainment’s (AFE) Spring Tour.
WeightWatchers Continues to Capture the Weight Loss Market in 2023
Weight management has always been part of mainstream health and lifestyle improvement conversations.
The Salvation Army encourages Americans to take part in 132nd annual Red Kettle campaign
The Salvation Army is highlighting its purpose of helping those who are most vulnerable with this year’s “Love Beyond” theme as the 132nd Red Kettle campaign, the longest-running charitable fundraising of its type, gets underway.
Twitter losing over “$4 million a day” says Elon Musk as workforce cut
Twitter’s precarious position and financial viability has made it more urgent for Musk to look at ways of reducing costs while building a sustainable revenue stream for the platform.
This short film is raising awareness of mental health disorders in young adults
The impact of mental health disorders on young adults continues to affect millions of Americans, with a steadily increasing number of reported cases nationally in the last 10 years.
US house prices cooling at fastest rate in over 10 years
The second recorded monthly decline in US house price growth comes as mortgage rates go up due to tightening economic policy.
Interview with Jan Hauser, CEO of Applifting on creating an empowering work culture
Jan Hauser, CEO of Applifting, shares his insights on business strategy, the implementation of flat management structures, retaining staff and supporting worker autonomy in our new economy.
Star Trek: Prodigy heads to Nickelodeon with newest crew joining the franchise
The original animated series Star Trek: Prodigy will make its weekly debut on Nickelodeon on Friday, July 8
Insight Global joins 48in48 challenge to create 48 websites in 48 hours for nonprofits
Insight Global volunteers gave their time and knowledge to charity organizations whose goals are to advance social justice issues including inclusivity and diversity.
New study reveals more than 50% of U.S. workers feel mentally unwell and require time away
Over half (56%) of American employees, particularly Millennials and Gen Z, reported feeling mentally ill in the preceding year, according to new study from employee benefits provider Unum.