How Much Is The Right Amount To Pay A Babysitter?A new survey indicates the going rate for babysitting is on the rise.
Study: 1 In 5 Americans Online 'Almost Constantly'A new Pew Research Center poll finds 73 percent of Americans use the web on a daily basis.
Survey: One In Five In Back Seat Passengers Wear Seat BeltsThe survey found 87 percent of people in the front seat wear them.
Survey: More Than One Third Of Vegetarians Admit To Eating Meat When DrinkingThe survey found that kebab and burgers were the most common meats the vegetarians couldn’t resist after a night of drinking.
Survey: Young Breast Cancer Survivors Make Treatment Choices Based On Fertility ConcernsA new survey finds young breast cancer survivors are making treatment decisions based on concerns about having children.
Survey: NJ Residents Aren't All That Happy With Life In The Garden StateIf you live in New Jersey and you're not all that thrilled about it lately, you are not alone.
Blog: 20 Million Households With Dependent Children Are UnderinsuredThirty-seven-percent of Americans with children under age 18 do not have any life insurance, according to a new Bankrate.com survey. And about one-third of the parents who do have life insurance have no more than $100,000 of protection.
Just In Time For Father's Day, Survey Reveals Many Feel They Take Dad For GrantedA new survey commissioned by Visiting Angels reveals more than half of adult children sometimes feel they take their dads for granted.
Consumers Plan To Spend More On Mom This Mother's DayAccording to the National Retail Federation, consumers are expected to spend more than $21 billion for Mother’s Day.
Cape May Ranked One Of America's Favorite Food CitiesOther cities on the list include Savannah, Aspen, Boston and Chicago.
With Royal Baby #2 Due Any Day, Folks Across The Pond Weigh In On Their Picks For NamesRoyal baby watch is well underway, and the British public has weighed in on their picks for the name of Will and Kate’s next child.
Survey: Companies To Hire More New Grads In 2015Good news for the Class of 2015: Employers are reportedly planning to hire 9.6 percent more new grads this year than they did in 2014.