I write for healthcare - caregivers, hospitals, manufacturers, and the B2B firms who support them. Here are some things I write outside of my "real" work.
Are there more bullies now than a few years ago, or just more witnesses with camera phones? Regardless of the reason for the recent attention, bullying is a serious issue and parents and adults play an important role in educating our children.
As a city overall, Charlotte scores 39 out of 100, making it a “car-dependent” U.S. city. Realtors are using the professional version of WalkScore when helping people move to new cities.
Heading into a long Fourth of July weekend, Charlotte has no shortage of family events to celebrate Independence Day. Here are a few options for the top of your list:
While Hospital Compare won’t let you compare hospitals like AutoTrader.com lets you compare hatchbacks, it will let you look at individual hospitals to see their scores in key areas, and how those scores rank against the North Carolina average and the U.S. national healthcare average.
If you think you have trouble reading food labels, consider how vulnerable children are, especially in school lunchrooms where pudding cups and string cheese fluctuate values faster than foreign oil futures.
Mother's Day weekend is jam-packed with Charlotte area events, from a Charlotte Roller Girls bout at the Grady Cole Center, to the Asian Festival in Cornelius, and a certain sold-out golf event in South Charlotte.
If "Bob" is trying to build lean muscle and lose some fat, what happens to his net calories for this workout if he drinks two or three 120-calorie 'sports drinks' during his workout?
Mecklenburg’s black eye comes in the category of physical environment, where we rank 99th out of 100 North Carolina counties. This is driven mostly by our number of air-pollution ozone days: 22 days in Mecklenburg versus a North Carolina average of 6 per year.