The parents of a 13-year-old girl who committed suicide in December have filed a wrongful death lawsuit that accuses White Middle School officials of failing to notify them of a bullying complaint involving their daughter.
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The majority of Americans support continuing the Social Security program, even if they are decades away from drawing benefits, a 2010 survey by AARP found. Nevertheless, with the program's future financial viability an ongoing subject of political debate, many people may undervalue the role Social Security can play in their retirement planning.
Many women suffer from heavy monthly periods and don't realize that they have a medical condition.
Managing money wisely: It's something that everyone is told to do from an early age. From putting pennies in the piggy bank to classroom instruction in how to balance a check book, the message is to spend and save thoughtfully. However, in the real world, those lessons often fall by the wayside due to crunched schedules, unexpected expenses and simple forgetfulness. However, the way you handle - or mishandle - your money from day to day will have an impact on your credit score.
It's not always a good thing to be the middle. For the children of baby boomers, the middle can be a financially stressful place.
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