by Kelly L. Haws, Vanderbilt University; Kevin L. Sample, University of Georgia, and Rebecca Walker Reczek, The Ohio State University Imagine you’re in the aisle of your favorite grocery store, bombarded with hundreds of the latest and greatest products on the […]
by Andrew Street, Professor, Centre for Health Economics, University of York The Second World War left the United Kingdom in ruins and in debt, yet just three years later in 1948 every household received a leaflet telling them that they […]
Growing up in poverty not only causes adverse physical effects but negative mental effects, as well. A study published Tuesday by researchers at Cornell University found that childhood poverty caused significant psychological damage in adulthood. Read more at IBT.