July is Minority Mental Health Month which serves as an opportunity to highlight the fact that gambling is highly associated with mental health and the high prevalence of gambling problems in ethnic minority groups. Gambling and gambling related problems are common among all racial and ethnic groups in the United States, however research suggests that […]
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There’s no denying that the year 2020 has brought tumultuous news, trends, and patterns to the national gambling industry. From the closing of just about every casino nationwide to the insurgence of online gambling ventures and the burgeoning virtual gaming community, it seems like nothing is certain and that the gambling sector is continually evolving […]
If you haven’t been down the toy aisle lately, you might be surprised to find that one of the most popular items is not an action figure, doll, or stuffed animal. The relatively inexpensive item that has captured the attention of children everywhere is merely a small bag, box, or capsule that conceals a small […]
In recognition of World Senior Citizens’ Day on August 21st, it’s imperative to not only celebrate older individuals’ lives, but also to recognize the unique issues they may be facing. Problem gambling among seniors is undoubtedly on the rise — most have ample time and money at their disposal, and the influx of casinos all […]