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The most brutal finance exam in the world, the CFA, takes place on Saturday — here’s what the questions look like
The Chartered Financial Analyst exams are notoriously difficult — every year, only about 40% of people pass.
An extrovert has a leg up over introverts at work, according to a new study. For example, extroverts are more skilled at schmoozing with coworkers.
Single elderly Singaporeans need S$1,379 a month for basic living needs, which include everything from curtains to holidays
The figure includes a budget for annual holidays, laptops and internet connection.
Diet sodas and other artificially-sweetened, low-calorie beverages have been linked to higher calorie consumption overall.
Research done on mice suggested that relying too heavily on BCAAs (branched chain amino acids) may reduce lifespan and cause weight gain and a lower mood.
A new study says skipping breakfast could increase your risk of dying early, but health experts aren’t convinced
The findings should be taken with a pinch of salt, experts say, stressing that it's a person's overall diet which is most important.
We should be eating more whole grains, fruits, nuts, seeds, and less salt.
Need some extra cash? Here are nine ways you can sell your body to science. But be warned: these financial hacks aren't all easy money.
WalletHub compared all 50 states to see which were the most stressed out. Turns out Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas are feeling it most.
Drinking one bottle of wine a week could increase a woman’s risk of cancer as much as smoking 10 cigarettes
The risk is higher for women than men because the alcohol causes an increased risk of breast cancer.