Due to ongoing construction, it can be difficult to find the entrance to the Stuttgart Law Center.
While most people snooze as soon as the words tax and law are mentioned, now is not the time for a nap.
The Stuttgart Legal Center has a few tips to help you make the best of a bad situation.
How to sort trash, recycle and go green with environmentally friendly products in Germany.
A nationwide shortage of EpiPens has prompted a change in policy concerning their administration.
Making a few small changes to your daily doings could make a big difference to sustainability—and the Army’s energy bill!
Enjoy your travels, but be safe and consider these tips from the USAG Stuttgart Protection Branch.
An estimated 25% of pregnant women carry the Group B Streptococcus (GBS) bacteria.
Harboring anger, bitterness, and unforgiveness is like lugging a colossal ruck sack needlessly.
Q: “I read that article in “The Stuttgart Citizen” last month–the one about wills, written by that extremely intelligent and handsome JAG officer–and I still don’t want a will.”
These event recycling tips will help you keep cleaner and greener with ease by helping you reduce waste at the source.
Q: My first sergeant told me I need to get a will before I deploy, but I don’t know why I would need one.
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the U.S. and the second leading cause of death from cancer.
So are you running a business? Do you need a German tax number or even a U.S. tax ID?
To help you and your child adjust and get the sleep you both need set up a bedtime routine that helps prepare your bodies and minds for sleep.