$7.22 million — that's the value of the average, generic American, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency. Not too shabby, I say, except that the agency has just cut its previous estimate, which used to be about $800,000 higher.Should I feel insulted?Maybe not. The EPA is ... Continue reading
What are you worth?
IVF and the ethical dilemmas of infertility
Justin and Heidi Dierking started trying to have children within months after they were married in 2004. At 32, Heidi married late (typical of many modern women) and knew that her body was in the late stages of its reproductive capabilities.Still childless two years later, the Dierkings began ... Continue reading