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Saving Is Sexy: 9 In 10 People Think Being Frugal Is Attractive Quality

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Jun 28, 2018 … NEW YORK — Being frugal is no longer taboo, even in the dating world. That’s the main finding of a newly-released survey, which shows that the vast majority of Americans value thriftiness in a potential partner — even on the first few dates. Researchers at Slickdeals, a popular online couponing site, recently surveyed 2,000 American…

Money Matters: Financial Stress Literally Making 2 In 5 Young Americans Sick

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Sep 09, 2019 … COLUMBUS, Ohio — The cost of health care in the United States is a controversial topic. For many, health costs are a serious source of stress, particularly with an economy showing symptoms of a potential recession on the horizon. Now, a recently conducted survey reveals some troubling truths about the impact financial stress is having on…

Hard times: One in four Americans have missed a bill payment since COVID-19 emerged

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Aug 10, 2020 … Paying off bills is tough for many these days, and a new survey shows that Americans are cutting costs or even adopting a ‘minimalistic’ lifestyle to make ends meet. NEW YORK — From our social lives to professional careers, life as we know it has shifted since the beginning of 2020. Well, almost everything; millions may…

Millennial gold rush: Young adults investing in metals, cryptocurrency amid COVID-19 uncertainty

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Jul 24, 2020 … NEW YORK — The coronavirus pandemic is far from over and it’s anyone’s guess as to just how much worse things will get. Its impact on the global economy poses an equally worrisome mystery. With so much uncertainty surrounding jobs and money, many young investors are looking for whatever sure thing they can find. A new…

Always On The Move? Keeping Busy Is Actually Good For Your Health

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Jul 28, 2019 … SINGAPORE — Time may fly by and stress may surge when we feel too busy, but having a jam-packed day may actually be good for the body. A study by researchers from the international business school INSEAD finds that busier people make healthier choices in their everyday lives. The study suggests that being busy helps individuals…

Study: Just A Third Of People Diagnosed With Depression Start Treatment

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Feb 09, 2018 … PORTLAND, Ore. — Only one-third of people newly diagnosed with depression go forward with getting treatment, a new study finds. The findings, released by Kaiser Permanente, are disturbing for healthcare professionals, who are trying harder to detect and diagnose depression in patients during primary care visits. The numbers are also surprising considering the increasing numbers of…

Study: Over A Quarter Of Millennials Prefer Bitcoin Over Stocks And Bonds

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Jan 26, 2018 … SAN FRANCISCO — For all of bitcoin’s complexity and intricacies, over a quarter of millennials would rather invest in the currency than certain traditional assets, such as stocks and bonds, a new survey finds. Blockchain Capital, a cryptocurrency-focused venture capital firm, funded a of survey more than 2,000 Americans last October, finding that 30 percent…

Depression On The Rise In America, Particularly Among Children, Study Finds

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Nov 05, 2017 … NEW YORK — Depression rates, particularly among young Americans, have increased significantly over the past decade, a new study finds. Researchers at Columbia University and the City University of New York (CUNY) examined data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, an annually-administered survey conducted among Americans aged 12 or older. More than…

Young Americans feel financial goals are unreachable, blame older generations for current economy

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Feb 11, 2021 … NEW YORK — With the economic impact of COVID-19 throwing a wrench into the lives of countless people, many young Americans think their financial dreams are permanently out of reach. A new survey finds four in 10 adults under the age of 40 are not optimistic that they’ll ever achieve their financial goals. A OnePoll…

Maybe Next Year: Average American Gives Up On New Year’s Resolutions By Feb. 1

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Feb 01, 2020 … NEW YORK — January 1st is a time when millions of people set lofty goals and expectations for themselves in the new year. Unfortunately, most of those resolutions are easier said than actually accomplished, and a new survey is showing just how frequently, and quickly, most Americans give up on their self-improvement strategies. According to the…

Ball & Chain: 4 In 5 College Grads View Their Student Loans As A ‘Life Sentence’

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Jan 02, 2020 … Nearly three in ten graduates are still living with their parents due to financial restraints from college debt. More than a third (35%) admit to living in a dangerous neighborhood to save money on rent. NEW YORK — The extravagant cost of higher education in the United States is a hotly debated topic these days, and…

Breaking The Habit: Self-Control Strategies Require Much More Than Willpower, Study Finds

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Aug 30, 2019 … PHILADELPHIA — Self-control or self-discipline strategies aimed at improving one’s life — such as eating more vegetables, watching less television, or saving money for retirement — require a lot more than sheer willpower to be effective, according to a new study. Angela Duckworth, a University of Pennsylvania psychology professor and the study’s co-author, says this research…