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Eat Out Less with These 6 Tips

The clean-eating trend isn’t new, but it is ever present. It’s a hashtag on Instagram, a hot topic on Twitter and Reddit, and a whole category of food blogs, cookbooks, and magazines. While this approach to eating looks a little different for everyone, it always promotes whole foods and warns against …

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Small-dollar mortgages are not as risky as most lenders think

The purchase of a single-family home worth $70,000 or less is rarely financed by a mortgage, and while there are a number of reasons why, one major factor is their perceived risk. A recent analysis by the Urban Institute examined the risk associated with small-dollar mortgages, determining that the perceived …

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Federal Home Loan Mortgage (FMCC) & First National Financial (FNLIF) Head-To-Head Analysis

Federal Home Loan Mortgage (OTCMKTS:FMCC) and First National Financial (OTCMKTS:FNLIF) are both finance companies, but which is the superior business? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, valuation, dividends, profitability, institutional ownership, earnings and analyst recommendations. Profitability This table compares Federal Home Loan Mortgage …

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REIT Sector: Residential REITs Have The Wind At Their Back

Residential REITs are the second-largest sub-sector within the FTSE NAREIT Index with a market cap of over $159 billion, of which Apartment REITs make up $121 billion, Manufactured Homes make up $19.5 billion, and Single-Family Home REITs make up $18.8 billion. There are 22 Residential REITs that make up the …

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Women’s History Month: 10 Women Biopharma Pioneers

March is women’s History Month, with March 8 designated as International Women’s Day. Let’s take a look at 10 pioneers, some still alive, and some who are no longer with us, who are pioneers in the field of biotechnology. Brigitte Askonas (1923 – 2013). Among immunologists she was known as …

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Ridesharing brings comfort to commute

Mansura Hossain, a journalist for over 15 years, frequently travels to various parts of Dhaka on assignments and for interviews. She does not like crowded buses dominated by male passengers.  “Over the years, I mostly used CNGs [CNG-run autorickshaws], though it was not easy to get one. Sometimes, it took …

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How ‘Shrill’ Made Aidy Bryant’s Best Outfits From Scratch

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Family gaming is a great way to bond with your kids

Are video games bad once again? As in the 1980s and 1990s, games have their detractors today. One doesn’t have to go far to see the same kind of narrow-minded, secondhand criticism we once saw back in the day. Video games were linked to epilepsy, autism, or Satan, to name …

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