Tag : policy

Paid parental leave at American Express rises to 20 weeks

Health/Nutrition  16 December '16

American Express Modifies Their Leave Policy For Parents

The American Express has decided that it will provide a 20-week leave for parents with full pay. This is a progressive step for the larger public.

Calls For Smoke Free Trafalgar Square and Parliament Square

Health/Nutrition  11 December '16

Smoking Banned In Presence Of Children

People caught smoking in cars with children could be fined up to £1,000

President-Elect Donald Trump And Vice President Elect Pence Hold Election Victory Rally In Ohio

Health/Nutrition  6 December '16

President Elect Donald Trump's Health Care Policies To Cause Serious Damage To US Economy? Jobless Americans To Increase?

Reforms in Health Law could cause serious damage to the economy where almost 200,000 are likely to lose their jobs.

Students Pledge Allegiance To The Flag In Pennsylvania

School Age  30 November '16

British Columbia Designating A Representative For Children? Youth Strongly Favors A Federal Guardian For Kids

The new representative is keen on finding a solution to children cases in federal authority.

President-Elect Donald Trump Holds Meetings At His Trump Tower Residence In New York

Health/Nutrition  29 November '16

Expect Significant Income Tax Increases During Trump Presidency

The tax hikes that would hit single parents and large families would result from Trump's plan to eliminate the personal exemption and the head-of-household filing status.

Republican Candidate Donald Trump Takes Part In Televised Town Hall In Green Bay

Body  25 November '16

Prosecutors Get Invention On Abortion: Getting Jailed For Terminating Pregnancy

Donald Trump has flirted with punishing women for their abortions. But some already are prosecuted under a variety of laws in what is murky legal territory

Michelle Williams Visits Aflac Cancer Center at Egleston Children's Hospital in Atlanta Before the Macy's Great Tree Lighting

Medicine  23 November '16

Health Care Still Not Accessible To Many Children In The U.S?

More than 20 million children in the United States still lack sufficient access to health care.

Tributes Paid To Murdered Labour MP Jo Cox

Behavior  21 July '16

Media Diet: Why Is It Important To Control Your Kid's Media Exposure To Violence

Kids exposed to vritual violence may possibly lead to real-world aggression, the lawyer claims.

Tougher Sentencing Blamed For Crowded Prisons

School  8 July '16

Growth of Budget for Prisons Three Times Faster Than Budget for Schools, An Unfortunate Truth

A new study has found that on average, the budget for prisons grow three times faster than the budget for schools.

School Re-opens For Children In Gaza

K-12 Reform  4 July '16

How Policy Makers can Learn from One of the Poorest Schools in America

An educational expert believes that policy makers can learn a lot from a documentary about one of the United States' poorest schools.

Republican Presidential Candidates Debate In Miami Area

News  11 March '16

Marco Rubio’s Immigration Policy Would Have Denied US Access to His Own Parents

Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio admitted that his own parents would not have entered the US had his merit-based immigration policy been enacted in 1956.

Electronic cigarette use a concern for Airmen

Health/Nutrition  20 February '14

Electronic cigarette use a concern for Air Force members

Electronic cigarette use is becoming a concern for Air Force health care providers as the new devices quickly overtake traditional cigarettes in popularity.

San Francisco Porn Company Mandated to Pay $78000 due to Condom Policy Violation

Health/Nutrition  4 February '14

San Francisco Porn Company Mandated to Pay $78.000 due to Condom Policy Violation

A San Francisco porn company has been required to pay a fine of approximately $78,000 due to a condom policy violation, Mercury News reports.


Health/Nutrition  24 January '14

FDA Mandates Woman Participation in PAS Studies For Medical Devices

Women can react differently to the medical devices based on genetic and socio-environmental factors.


Pregnancy  15 November '13

China Reforms One-Child Policy, First Time in 30 Years

China announced Friday it will put an end to its 30 year-long one-child policy in a bid to adjust the population shift, the state-run Xinhua news agency reported.


Parenting  8 November '13

Children with Hair Lice Allowed at School so Their Feelings Aren't Hurt: New Policy

New school policies across the United States allow children with live lice bugs back into class where they can readily pass on the lice to other students. The new policies are leaving parents outraged at the decision.

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