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Millennial Moms Go Skimpy on Insurance Coverage Compared to Dads

Millennial Moms Go Skimpy on Insurance Coverage Compared to Dads

TheStreet (May 9, 2014) Millennial moms are less likely to be covered by life insurance than millennial fathers. A Life Ant survey found that eighteen percent of new mothers under 30 years old have life insurance coverage compared to 35% of fathers their age even though millennials pay the least amount for coverage. A 30-year-old can buy term life insurance for less than twenty dollars a month. But the younger the mother, the less likely she is to be insured -- only 38% of moms between 30 and 45 are insured. Video provided by TheStreet
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Study: Teens Are Drinking Less, Texting More

Study: Teens Are Drinking Less, Texting More

AP (June 12, 2014) American teens are smoking less, drinking less and fighting less. But they're texting behind the wheel more, according to the government's latest study of worrisome behavior. (June 12) Video provided by AP
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Fears South Africa's Treatment Success Could Breed Complacency

Fears South Africa's Treatment Success Could Breed Complacency

AFP (Nov. 29, 2013) South Africa's free AIDS drugs program has doubled over the last three years and now provides over two million patients with life-saving antiretrovirals. But some fear that this treatment success might make people less careful to avoid infection.
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FTC: Apple to Refund Kids' in App Purchases

FTC: Apple to Refund Kids' in App Purchases

AP (Jan. 15, 2014) The Federal Trade Commission has announced that Apple will pay full refunds to consumers, a minimum of $32.5 million, to settle a complaint the company charged millions of dollars for purchases made in kid's mobile apps without parents' consent. (Jan. 15)
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