It's among the hardest things anyone has to do multiple times over a lifetime: Break up with somebody. There are a number of different approaches from totally ignoring the person to the "let's just be friends" to "I think we should see other people."
Guess what, though? "Seinfeld" has a solution to getting out of a relationship.
Attorney general Eric Schneiderman on Thursday announced a record $181 million settlement with Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and its parent company Johnson & Johnson to resolve charges of improper marketing and advertising of the powerful anti-psychotic drugs Risperdal and Invega.
You've really enjoyed your time with your new friend -- be it a bromance or the female equivalent. But you've learned that, really, you just can't stand the sight of that person anymore, and it's time to move on. "Seinfeld" has a solution for that.
With the end of summer vacation and the return to school, it is a good time for parents to make sure their children’s vaccines are current and up to date. Yet according to the agency of healthcare research and quality statistics, fewer than 70 percent of all children receive all the recommended vaccines.
Nearly 3,500 New Yorkers have used the new Department of Motor Vehicles online voter registration website since the Aug. 16 initiative, which streamlines DMV services by allowing New Yorkers to apply to register to vote, or update their address or party enrollment.