Lee® Jeans encourages people to celebrate Lee National Denim Day today by putting on their jeans and donating $5 to the American Cancer Society's fight against breast cancer. Lee National Denim Day has focused on raising money for the Society's life-saving breast cancer research and support programs since 1996. Denim Day has raised more than $91 million to date, and today Lee Jeans hopes to add millions more to that total.
Each year, DiversityComm, Inc. (DCI) and it's four diversity magazines conduct select evaluations of the nation’s Employers, Supplier Diversity Programs , Industry Leaders, Law Enforcement & Government Agencies and Colleges, Universities and MBA Schools.
WASHINGTON, DC (July, 2014) - As we celebrate the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the US Business Leadership Network® (USBLN®) is excited about the many recent productive partnerships that have been forged resulting in cutting edge events and initiatives to fulfill the promise of the ADA of full inclusion of people with disabilities in every aspect of life, including employment.
Most people get health insurance through job-based health plans or buy policies on their own from an insurance company.
If you have to buy your own health insurance, there are many kinds of available private health insurance policies. Different kinds of policies can offer very different kinds of benefits and can limit your access to some doctors, hospitals or other providers. The kinds of benefits and specific care-providers your policy covers can make a big difference in your costs and the quality of care you get if you become ill.
Setting healthy goals is a great way to promote your own well-being by lowering your risk of conditions such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity and more. Of course, that’s sometimes easier said than done. After all, have you ever caught yourself saying, “I’m going to get in shape this year by exercising more and eating healthier”? As it turns out, The Huffington Post reports that about 100 million Americans make resolutions every year, but only 45 percent follow through with them. Setting health goals isn’t simply about buying into a new health fad.